Meet My Dog: Shadow, Who Lives In Indiana
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Meet My Dog: Shadow, Who Lives In Indiana

He started in a shelter but made his way into our heart with his big brown eyes.

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Meet My Dog: Shadow, Who Lives In Indiana

Shadow was a shelter pup (adopt don't shop!) and was just about the cutest thing you could imagine. He had little bent ears and more energy than you could possibly imagine. He cares a lot and gets excited about everything. He's not always the best boy but he's always a good boy.

About Shadow:

  • Age: 7 years young
  • Weight: 25 pounds
  • Where they were born: Bloomington, Indiana
  • Favorite food: Goldfish
  • Current location: New Pal, Indiana
  • Nicknames: Shads, Chad, Shadowsky
  • Best friend: my mom
  • Favorite toy: Henry the Hedgehog

5 Random Facts About Shadow:

1. He once ate a chocolate cake when left alone on my birthday, and survived all the chocolate he has eaten since (we wish he'd stop!)

2. He gets more excited about the water in the fridge than anything else.

3. If playing tug of war, he lays down so that you can drag him on the floor.

4. He hates carrots, and will not eat them.

5. When he does zoomies, his little body folds in half so he can zoom faster.

3 Places Shadow Loves To Go With His Human:

1. The mailbox!

2. The bed

3. Walkies

The Best Pictures Of Shadow's Ever Taken:


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