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Adopt CRUSH

Male Senior Labrador Retriever / Husky


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Austin Animal Center

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About CRUSH

Meet your newest crush, whose name will be easy to remember since it’s Crush!Crush is the first to admit that he has not had an easy life. He first arrived at the shelter as a stray in 2013. He had been attacked by two other dogs and as a result, had a pretty painful spinal injury. He was then adopted by someone who brought him back just a few months later because she was moving. He was adopted again, and this time stayed with that family for over 5 years. But when they decided to start a family, they returned Crush.Crush can potentially live with another dog, but it would need to be the right dog and with an adopter willing to take things slowly. He is super smart and loves treat puzzles. Okay, so he really just likes the treats in the puzzle, but he knows he has to solve the puzzle to get the treat so he gets to work right away! If the treat happens to be cheese, he gets to work even quicker!Toys are fun, especially the soft, squeaky ones! Car rides are exciting, and if you let him, Crush will nudge up to the front seat just far enough to give you some kisses. Hiking at the park is the best because there are so many smells and people and dogs and his whole face just lights up with curiosity!Crush is ready for some stability, with someone who understands he isn’t an object that can be returned if he doesn’t work perfectly all the time, or if there are some life changes. He’s looking for someone willing to put in some effort, and in return, he promises to do his very best. You’re a good boy, Crush!Reach out to orangedotcrew@gmail.com to learn more!Find Orange Dot Crew on Facebook and Instagram!

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Name
CRUSH
Age
Senior
Gender
Male
Size
Medium
Shots up to date
Not Sure
Ok with kids
Not Sure
Housetrained
Not Sure
Hypoallergenic
Not Sure
Spayed / Neutered
YES
Ok with dogs
Not Sure
Ok with cats
Not Sure
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Labrador Retriever

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Oh, Alfie! His name is actually Alfred but we only call him that when he`s being naughty. Alfie is young and frustrated and smart... that is a recipe for naughty dog when you are living in the shelter! Alfie also isn`t the most confident doggo. But no worries, Alfie has a big circle of shelter friends and they are helping show him that people are good and the world isn`t so scary!Alfie enjoys taking his time on strolls, leaving no smell un-smelled. He also likes treats and puzzle toys. The car still makes him a little nervous so we`re taking baby steps with car rides but Alfie is getting braver and braver each time.Alfie takes direction nicely and would do well with a patient, savvy foster. He has shown friendly interest in other dogs, but he would definitely need some decompression time and then slow intros.Alfie is a bit handshy and while we don`t like to think of why that is, we do keep it in mind and make sure to go slowly and move very deliberately around him. This cute little shepherd mix is fairly out-of-sorts at the shelter and we`d love to get him into foster so he can catch up on his zzz`s and be the best doggie he can be. In addition to all the regular goodies, Alfie goes home with a couple of bottles of spray cheese - his FAVORITE thank you very much!Reach out to orangedotcrew@gmail.com to learn more! http://petharbor.com/pet.asp?uaid=ASTN.A802396 show less