Duke is a 1 to 2-year-old young terrier/pit mix who needs a home where he can cover and then learn to be the best dog he can be! Duke is playful with toys but he’s not very good at giving them back to his human friends! He’ll need some basic training to help him learn that he can trust his human friends and play with toys nicely with them. He has several volunteers working with him to learn to trade a tennis ball for another ball or for a treat, but since he has come down with a cold his learning has been slowed.
He lived in a home previously, but was surrendered to the shelter because his owners didn’t have the time to get him through his puppyhood. Duke can be rambunctious at times, but all it takes is a few minutes of walking or playing fetch and he settles right into being a normal, happy, loving dog. He has met some other dogs at the shelter and was totally appropriate and friendly with them. If you have dogs at home please bring them along to meet Duke to make sure they’ll be the best of friends.
Also if you have cats please feel free to ask about getting Duke a cat test to see if he can live with them.
If you have questions about Duke or want to learn more, please feel free to contact his human friend at firstname.lastname@example.org or contact the shelter where he is currently living directly.
Animal Care and Control Team (ACCT)
111 W. Hunting Park Avenue
(267) 385-3800 | phone
Hours: 1pm – 8pm, weekdays; 10am – 5pm, weekends
Hours: 9am – 6pm, everyday