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Male Adult American Pit Bull Terrier Vizsla (mixed)

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About Fontaine

Adoption Fee: $175

6yr Neutered Male Pit/Vizsla Mix

UTD Vaccinations, including Rabies and Bordetella

I prefer dogs my size, but no cats or small animals please

Respectful older children ok

Hi everyone! My name is Fontaine. My family got tired of taking care of me and were on the way to have me euthanized when a kind woman brought me to a safe place. I stayed there for a while until one of the farm hands here found me. I’m so happy they did, since I know my new family will find me now, and I will have a place to call home and somebody to play tug with me. I have been a farm dog for a while and would love a family of my own.

Being a solid sized boy in the prime of my life, my biggest dream is to find someone who wants to take me with them as they adventure and see the sites.  We could hike up the mountain, or go to the lake, I don't really care, let's just live life to the fullest.  My foster family has spent time training with me, so I got those basic obedience commands down, and certainly am respectful of rules and only go potty outside.  I'm pretty keen on the belly rubs too!  If you have another doggo my size, I'm down with sharing. Just no cats or other small animals, please.  I'm not going to lie, they drive me crazy and are just not meant to be in my inner circle.

The farm hands want only the best for me, so with the help a very generous benefactor I attended a full 6 week board and train with Method K9. The best part is, once I get adopted, we get to continue with training brush-ups for life for free!





6 years, 9 months
Shots up to date
Ok with kids
Ok with dogs
Ok with cats

The Furry Farm Rescue

PO Box 394 Rathdrum ID 83858

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