Lone Ranger

Meet Lone Ranger! This precocious young man is approximately 4.5 months old. He is likely a terrier /chihuahua mix. He’s currently 8lbs.  Ranger came to us with a broken rear leg. He spent several weeks in a cast and is now available for

adoption. It’s likely that he will have a little limp for the rest of his life. He doesn’t let it slow him down! Ranger is all boy! He loves to run, wrestle and dig ! He also loves a good cuddle and kisses. He loves every one he meets . He’s extremely social with other dogs of any size. He engages with his toys when it’s crate time. He plays, sleeps and eats in an x-pen . He travels great in a crate.He lets us know when he needs to go potty outside. He will need continued encouragement on his house training. Ranger will make a great pet for someone looking for a partner in life. He is athletic and smart. Ranger would love to have a fur sibling or the regular opportunity to socialize.

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