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Dashing and Debonair Duke has now arrived at Rescue in Iowa. He He is a Dapper fellow with lots of ginger coloring, great coat, nice conformation, tail dock and ear set. Duke is ayoung boy 2 to 3 years old.
He loves people and is very social, loves to go on a leash and gets all happy and excited, knows sit for a treat and likes to ride in the car. Duke is very Discerning about his friends. He gets along with some females, not so good with males and dislikes Cats, so probably best for Duke to be an only dog.
He is a great companion but plays best by himself. He is crate trained, doing very well with house training, likes it out in the yard and is not a barker. Duke was in a humane shelter in Texas for several months.
They thought this Dignified Dude was a poodle and clipped his curls with the 'shaved body - poofy legs and head' familiar style. After his discovery and no one closer willing to help him, another Rescue volunteer agreed to pull him and help transport him to the Midwest.
Duke was shuttled up to Minnesota first for a short retreat and now is in Rescue in Iowa. Duke is neutered, vaccinated, and ready to be the best friend and companion to his Forever Home.
To adopt Duke, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
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You can mail a check made out to 'AFTR' or 'American Fox Terrier Rescue' to: American Fox Terrier Rescue c/o Lee Eckholm AFTR Treasurer 430 East Grant Street Appleton, WI 54911 Thank you! All dogs represented by American Fox Terrier Rescue are spayed or neutered prior to placement, unless there are valid health reasons preventing the procedure (i.e., puppies under six months of age). For those adopting a dog that is not neutered or spayed due to these health reasons, an American Fox Terrier Rescue volunteer will work closely with you, checking with you and your vet to ensure the procedure is done on a timely basis. For more information about our organization and our rescue and adoption program, please visit the American Fox Terrier Rescue website.