Introducing Donegal, a big guy at 22 pounds with a big personality and heart to match! He's a very friendly boy and can be enthusiastic about greeting people. Donegal is looking for an active family who will occupy him with lots of walks and play time, and he would do well with kids and other dogs. He also loves keeping himself busy with constructive activities, antlers, and chew toys that hold treats. He's smart too! He's crate and potty trained, knows sit and down, and is learning to stay and walk well on a leash. As rowdy as Donegal is, he also knows how to chill and is so sweet. He likes to lay right by his person and will keep your feet warm on a chilly day. If you're looking for an active boy to keep up with your active family, then look no further than Donegal!
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DONEGAL is being fostered in PHOENIX, ARIZONA in a PRIVATE FOSTER HOME but we allow our dogs to be adopted out all over the United States and Canada!
LEARN OUR "ADOPTION FAQS": Any questions that you may have about our adoption process, fees, transporting a dog, and our policy not to adopt to families with small children, can be answered at this link.
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