Gully was found by a hunter in AL who heard his cries from under a pile of trash about a mile and a half into the woods. He was about 5 weeks old at the time and very affectionate. He spent the next 3 weeks in a loving foster home in AL eating nutritious food, socializing with people & dogs, and getting lots of love. 

The vet feels that Gully is an Australian Shepherd mix. He is very fluffy & soft. He has a great personality and enjoys playing. He has not been tested with cats, but this is a great time to introduce him. We can provide resources to assist you.

Gully's foster mom shared that he does not like being in the crate. He doesn't show any signs of separation anxiety, but may feel claustrophobic when he's confined.  She's had great success keeping him in a puppy proofed room and blocking the doorway with a baby gate. This allowed him to safely be free while his foster mom was at work.  

Bean bags are a favorite for Gully (pic below). He sleeps in them, stashes toys away in the folds, and will drag it from place to place to use as a ladder to reach a chair or couch easily.  He's a crafty pup! 

Gully is up to date on vaccines and has been neutered. As a puppy, he will need to be housebroken and learn how to walk on a leash.  

Our adoption fee is $350 which includes age appropriate vaccines (Distemper, Bordetella, Parvo), spay/neuter, worming, microchipping, and health exam. Discount vouchers for training, grooming and similar dog related products and services are provided.