Scott Tom

Scott Tom

I have been a Portland boy my whole life! My wife Adele and daughter Veronica and I live in Portland with our dog Thunder and cats Shadow and...Full Bio

 

FIDO-Friday-Today's Featured Shelter Dog From Oregon Dog Rescue-DEXTER

My name is Dexter. I am a 9-12 month old, Male, Terrier Mix. I weigh around 40 pounds. I was a stray in California. I am a HIGH energy pup who wants a person to bond with.Photo: ODR

Fido Friday Featured Shelter Dog From Oregon Dog Rescue.

IMPORTANT INFO: Adoption appointments for Oregon Dog Rescue are now booked online through our website (please do NOT submit a petfinder inquiry)! We offer 1 hour appointments to view up to 2 of our available dogs. If you find the one that's the perfect match you will fill out our adoption contract and take the dog home with you that day!

Read through our adoption policies and request an appointment today at www.oregondogrescue.org/request-appointment

*DO NOT SEND AN INQUIRY VIA PETFINDER--YOU MUST GO TO WWW.OREGONDOGRESCUE.ORG AND COMPLETE AN APPLICATION--WE WILL NOT SEE INQUIRIES SENT VIA THIS POSTING!!

Meet: DEXTER

My name is Dexter. I am a 9-12 month old, Male, Terrier Mix. I weigh around 40 pounds. I was a stray in California. I am a HIGH energy pup who wants a person to bond with. I need daily exercise and will do best in a home where we can go running or walking every day. I like some other dogs but some I am fearful of. I will likely do best in a home where I can be the only spoiled pet!

About

CHARACTERISTICS

Playful, Athletic, Funny

COAT LENGTH

Short

HEALTH

Vaccinations up to date, spayed / neutered.

PREFERS A HOME WITHOUT

Other dogs, cats, children.

Are you ready to adopt? View our available appointments and fill out the application below to get started!

LINK TO OREGON DOG RESCUE APPOINTMENTS AND APPLICATION PAGE. THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR CARING!

Phone: 503 612 0111

You can also reach us via email at info@oregondogrescue.org — we will make sure your question gets routed to the right person.

6700 SW Nyberg St in Tualatin.

Our policy is that we do not place stray and adult dogs with children under age 5 in the home. Puppies may typically go with any age. If the dog is not good with all children it will be noted in profile..


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