Meet Moo! Moo is a total catch (who ironically can’t catch a flying hot dog to save his life). This show-stopping little bovine looks like a cross between a St. Bernard and a Basset Hound . . . sturdy, low to the ground, and handsome as all get out! Bonus: black and white go with everything, so Moo’s color scheme will match your home décor perfectly!
Moo is a neutered black and white Queensland Heeler mix that weighs approximately 67 pounds. The shelter staff at PACC thinks he’s about 5 years old. He’s been with them since July 29, 2022, and he’s been ready to go all this time!
Moo originally came to Pima Animal Care Center with a pal who has since left the shelter for greener pastures. Moo is happy for his friend, but is feeling a bit lonely and is wondering when he’ll find a home and a family of his own. He’s quiet in his kennel and has a naturally serious face (resting serious face… RSF?), so he watches people walk by his kennel all day long without asking about him. Here’s the thing, though — and this applies to Moo and all of the other wonderful shelter residents – what you see in the kennel isn’t necessarily what you get in a pet!
Zoomies for Days
Moo is a happy, playful, goofy guy when given a bit of freedom to romp around the play yard! He loves his volunteer friends, loves to give kisses, and enjoys running some fast-as-lightning zoomies. Just kidding. He’s no Usain Bolt, and medium speed is more his style. But zoomies are zoomies, and Moo loves ’em! Moo is a pretty strong guy (it’s that long, low center of gravity) but does his best to be polite on a leash. He does have his own ideas on where he wants to go at times but, hey, if you were in a kennel all day, you’d want some freedom of choice, too! Moo’s Body, Moo’s choice!
Adopt, Don’t Shop
During a brief adoption, Moo was housebroken and enjoyed sleeping on the couch. When meeting other dogs in the playgroup, Moo was a bit nervous but was tolerant and kept to himself. He’d like to meet any resident dogs before heading home to make sure it’s a good fit. If you were undecided about adopting a dog or a cow, Moo ticks both of those boxes off perfectly! Moo is hoping for a family who will give him time and patience to learn about “dogging” in a home environment. Shelter pets need time to decompress and guidance from their new families to be their very best selves. Ask about Moo today!
Finding a Forever Home
If you are interested in adopting Moo or you know of someone who might be, please email email@example.com with additional questions. Moo is in Kennel D192, and his ID# is A755830. Please share his info with as many people as you can to up the chances of his finding a forever home.Whizzco