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Meet Harley, a Young Carolina Dog

He is a loving, devoted, smart, and sweet dog.

Harley is a loving, devoted, smart, and sweet little Carolina Dog who is ready to start his life with his new family.

He weighs about 30 pounds now and the staff at Angel Dogz thinks he will be a little dog - maybe 35 or 40 pounds. He got a late start but is catching up quickly.

Harley is all set for his vaccinations and is on heartguard and frontline already! He is eating Taste of the Wild Salmon and it is requested that he remain on this food.

He would love a home where he can go hiking, camping, snuggling on the chair or couch and sleeping in bed with you! He is only a little bit spoiled! He loves other dogs but he is a little bit afraid of new dogs. He would love a canine companion to play with and have in his life forever though.

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Harley would love a fenced yard, a stay at home mom, some older kids to play with, and romps in the fields. He has never been off leash and might do well on an electric fence.

Because he looks like a coyote, they want to make sure he is safe as well as loved. Having him off leash in the woods would not be safe for him! 

He is an indoor dog, crate trained, pretty housebroken now, and is just waiting for the right fun, loving home. He is a loyal boy but must be leashed when away from home.

Harley will be neutered before he goes to his new home! His adoption fee is $375.

If you would like to adopt Harley, please contact Moespups121@yahoo.com. Angel Dogz will require and adoption application, a vet check, and a home visit. 

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