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Male Senior Dachshund Jack Russell Terrier (mixed)

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About Luke

Luke is an 8 y/o Dachshund / Jack Russell Terrier Mix who came to us as an owner surrender.  He is a little shy / skittish with people he doesn't know well, but once he gets used to you, he is a major snuggly snuggle buddy who wants to be held and loved on ALL THE TIME.  If you want a velcro lap dog, this is your boy!!  Luke is also a fantastic alarm dog, as he'll let you know right away if someone has shown up at your door.  No one will ever sneak up on you!

Luke generally gets along well with other dogs of all sizes and ages, although he can be a little snippy with dogs that insist on invading his personal space.  He's had a full senior blood panel done, and he is completely healthy apart from needing a teeth cleaning.  We'll get his dental work handled before he goes to his new home.  Luke is not on any special medications, and he is still active and ready to go!  He is (mostly) house trained, (mostly) crate trained, and (fully) nondestructive.

Adoption Fee: $200



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Ok with kids
Ok with dogs
Ok with cats
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Old Dog Home

Conyers GA 30094

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