Peanut – IL

Meet Peanut

Breed: australian shepherd mix

Description: want a calm dog in your life?

Gender: Male

Weight: 40 lbs.

Age: 1 years 6 months

Spayed / Neutered: Yes

House Trained? yes

Crate Trained? yes

General Training? basic commands

Good with Children? yes

Good with Other Dogs? yes

Good with Cats? unsure

Location / Contact

Residence: In home with foster or owner

City: Collinsville

State: Illinois

Contact Name: Karen E. Kramel-Kammerich

Phone: (573) 819-9997

Email: Adoptions@speakstlouis.com

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Application Link: Click Here

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Update 11/12/18: Peanut here.  I’ve been hanging out in the suburbs of Chicago with my foster mom and we’ve been working on training.  I used to love to sleep on kitchen tables.  Now, I feel more like a normal Aussie that gets to go on car rides and leash walks.  I even sleep on a mat next to my foster Mom’s couch.  I play with balls and I am never destructive. I am totally a velcro Aussie and will love you unconditionally.  I am one very happy boy!

Hi I’m Peanut….aka Sweet Pea!  I am approximately a year old male Australian Shepherd Mix.  When Speak! first received me, my poor body was covered in sores, scabs and scars; all reminders of my previous life. They tell me that I deserve so much more in life!  I totally agree.
I have great vision, but I am deaf.  Not being able to hear is certainly not a problem for me.  In fact, it makes me the best dog to have!  I don’t get scared at thunder; I don’t worry when the delivery truck comes around, and I don’t bark at strange sounds.  I happen to know a lot of commands already:  sit, come, down, wait, stay, walk, left, right, good dog and bad dog.
My foster mom says I’m perfect………..well, actually, my only bad habit is that I like to jump….. like jump onto counters, over short fences and onto high places.  I really don’t see a problem!  Foster mom tells me I should NOT jump on counters!  But I have been known to sleep on the bathroom vanity at her house.
I reminded her that I am super calm and quite chill and lovable.  I don’t chew, bite, or nip. I do give out plenty of kisses and hugs.  I also like to snuggle a bit at night, but then I jump down as I prefer to sleep on the floor.  That should make up for my one bad habit, right?
I am super quiet in my crate at night and when my human goes to work.  I am potty trained.  I have wonderful manners.  Did I mention I am quiet?  I just need someone to notice when I ask to go out. I’m subtle, but do give signs when l walk to the door and wait.  My foster mom also says that I need a visible fence – a 6 ft fence – as I have been known to try and check out the neighbors yard but I will come back home.
I am the perfect, lovable, snuggley, sweet boy and I am up-to-date….whatever that means.  Foster mom made sure I had all my vaccinations, a heartworm test (negative) and a microchip.  I do require monthly preventatives for fleas and ticks as well as heart-worms.  If you wanna meet me, you can have your people get in touch with my people:  https://www. speakstlouis.com/forms/ adoption-application/
9/05/18: Meet adoptable one year old, deaf Aussie/shepherd mix Peanut who is looking for a loving home with someone who will cherish him and always keep him safe.

Hi I’m Peanut….aka Sweet Pea!  I am a 1 year old male Australian Shepherd Mix.  When Speak! first received me, my poor body was covered in sores, scabs and scars; all reminders of my previous life. They tell me that I deserve so much more in life!  I totally agree.

I have great vision, but I am deaf.  Not being able to hear is not a problem for me.  In fact, it makes me the best dog to have!  I don’t get scared at thunder; I don’t worry when the delivery truck comes around, and I don’t bark at strange sounds.  I know a lot of commands already:  sit, come, down, wait, stay, walk, left, right, good dog and bad dog.

My foster mom says my only bad habit is that I like counters and think I should be up on them. (Geesh….I don’t see a problem!)  I’m not bad, but I just like to be in high places.  Foster mom tells me I should NOT jump on counters!  I reminded her that I am super calm and quite chill.  I don’t chew, bite, or nip. I give plenty of kisses and hugs.  I also like to snuggle a bit at night, but then prefer to sleep on the floor.

I am super quiet in my crate at night and when my human goes to work.  I am potty trained.  Did I mention I am quiet?  I just need some one to notice when I ask to go out.  I’m subtle, but do give signs when l walk to the door and look at you saying, “Hello, let’s go out!”  My foster mom also says that I need a visible fence – a 6 ft fence – as I have been known to try and check out the neighbors yard but I will come back.

I am the perfect, loveable, snuggly, sweet boy and I am up-to-date….whatever that means.  Foster mom made sure I had all my vaccinations, a heartworm test (negative) and a microchip.  I do require monthly preventatives for fleas and ticks as well as heartworms.  If you wanna meet me, you can have your people get in touch with my people:  https://www.speakstlouis.com/forms/adoption-application/

2018-11-13T22:16:24+00:00