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Ceasar needs a home, again

Ceasar

Ceasar is a 9-month-old neutered male black and white terrier and pit bull mix.

“To all of the bully breed lovers out there, I am Ceaser! I thought I finally caught my break but I am back at the shelter. The family who adopted me said I was too much energy. Well… I am a pup!

“Hopefully, this time around I will find my perfect family who will love me and commit to me for the rest of my life. Paws crossed! Some people pass me by just because of my breed, which is very unfortunate because I am just about as wonderful as dogs come!

“I am such a handsome guy who has my party tuxedo on 24/7! I do well on my housebreaking. I need daily exercise to keep me physically and mentally stimulated. I would be a good candidate for doggie sports such as agility, tracking, or just obedience.

“I do very well with children but sometimes I do not realize how big I am. Remember I am just a puppy! I need to be around children who know how to play nicely with me but also follow rules for safe playing.

“I love to play with other dogs! I can run and play with them for a long time, and boy does that wear me out!

“I didn’t seem to mind the cat during my assessment but with my bouncing personality I might chase them for fun.

“If you are interested in spending some time with me to make sure I am the right dog for you and lifestyle please come to the Allen County SPCA Tuesday-Saturday from 11a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

“I will be patiently waiting for your visit, and I am sure to make you fall in love with me!”

For more information, call 744-0454 then choose from the following:

Extension 200 if you found a stray cat or dog, lost your pet or wish to surrender your pet.

Extension 202 to adopt or speak with an animal care specialist.

Extension 205 to volunteer or donate pet food or supplies.

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