Black Mouth Cur Mix
Up-to-date Vaccinations (DHLPP & Rabies)
Tested for Heartworm Disease
Current on Monthly Flea & Heartworm Prevention
Free Wellness Exam Within 2 Weeks of Adoption
Garrison is a ton of fun. He may have been found as a stray, but there's no way he wanted to live on his own. He loves people, attention, affection, other dogs, and just about everything else. He can be a little excitable when you first meet him, but that quickly wears away once he realizes he has your focus. Garrison can be a little rough and rowdy with other dogs, but he takes corrections well and would be a great companion for dog parks and hiking.
Garrison loves his toys, especially the soft squeaky ones that he can rip open and take the squeaker out, but he will also play nicely with his hard bones and chew toys. He can be a little anxious at first when it's time for bed at the shelter, but he will wind down and sleep peacefully on his luxurious bedding made from old comforters and pillows like a big princess. Did we mention how smart Garrison is? He's so smart and is extremely food/treat motivated. He already knows "sit" and he quickly learned the daily schedule of the shelter life upon arrival.
Garrison would do best in a home environment with access to a fenced yard rather than an apartment because he likes to practice his whale call when he is first put up in his kennel. He would be a great companion for an active dog and for older children (14+).