Scoob – AL

Meet Scoob

Breed: Dalmatian/Bully

Description: White with black spots, half of a blue eye, about 30 lbs, constant smile

Gender: Male

Weight: 30 lbs.

Age: 1 years 1 months

Spayed / Neutered: Yes

House Trained? Yes

Crate Trained? Yes

General Training? Hand signals for sit, down, stay, and come.

Good with Children? Yes

Good with Other Dogs? He is but other dogs don’t like him.

Good with Cats? Not sure, some he barks at and some he ignores. Never been aggressive.

Location / Contact

Residence: In home with foster or owner

City: Auburn

State: Alabama

Contact Name: Kaitlin Connelly

Phone: (334) 703-1260


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Scoob has the biggest heart of any dog I’ve ever met. He’s a 1 year old deaf bully/Dalmatian mix and is always incredibly happy. He runs around with a massive grin and just needs someone to love him half as much as he loves them. He’s learned sign language for sit, down, stay, and come and is leash, kennel, and potty trained. He’s never chewed or ran off or been aggressive. He’s an angel.

Scoob got his name from the girl who found him. She was driving home from her best friend’s funeral when she saw a starved little dog on the side of the road. She believes her friend sent that dog to her to say goodbye and send her all his love in a furry little package. His nickname was Scoob. So dog Scoob really is an angel.

Being deaf from birth, he doesn’t know what sounds he makes, and so sometimes he sounds more aggressive than he means to be. His body language makes it clear however that he’s never had an aggressive bone in his body. But not all dogs are able to understand this. So he gets beat up a lot by dogs that think he’s a threat when he very much is not.

His past 3 fosters have backed out because of this, even though at no point has he ever hurt another animal or person. So as of December 31st, he has no where to go. He needs a foster or adopter ASAP. Any future fosters or adopters need to show they understand and will use correct introductions to other pets and are willing and able to work with him and any other pets before giving up on him. He’s been disappointed too many times already and we love him too much to break his sweet heart again.

An only dog situation is preferred so as to avoid him getting hurt again, but homes with other dogs are certainly considered as long as they are prepared to keep him safe. He just needs someone!

He really is just a sweet, loving cuddle bug who desperately wants a home of his own.