Sex: Male

ID Number: 6635

Breed: Australian Cattle Dog/Blue Heeler / Mixed (short coat)

Age: 4 Months 5 Days (Birthdate: 11/18/2022)

Size: (Medium)

Other: Vaccinations current, Microchip

Housetrained: No

Exercise: Moderate Exercise Needed

Indoor/Outdoor: Indoor Only

New People: Friendly

Dog Friendly: Yes

Adoption Fee: $250 + $100 Spay/neuter deposit

If you are interested in an available dog, fill out an adoption application at 4luvofdog.org/faqadoption. All interested parties must fill out an adoption application before inquiring about any dogs with 4 Luv of Dog Rescue.
If you are a previous adopter or have already completed the application and home visit process and received confirmation that you were approved, email: adoptioncoords@4luvofdog.org

Adoption Application

To meet the dogs, look at our calendar of events, or if you'd like a private meeting, please submit your adoption application to become approved adopter.

Learn More About Squall

If you would like to provide this dog a loving home, please fill out a pre-adoption application. 

Have a question? Please read our Frequently Asked Questions and Adoption Processed Explained documentation.

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Name: Squall
Size: (Once fully grown) ~Medium range: 26-60 lbs 
Adoption Donation:  $250 (applicable sales tax included) PLUS a $100 deposit is required and is to be refunded once proof of spay/neuter is provided to this rescue. Our adoption contract requires all dogs to be spayed/neutered within ONE Month of adoption or when age-appropriate. Adoption fees may be paid by cash or check.  
Other:   Intact Male, Vaccinations current, Microchip 

Puppies generally need the following veterinary care after their adoption:  

8 Weeks:   Distemper/Parvo & Bordetella Vaccinations.  4 Luv of Dog Rescue completes these vaccinations before adoption. 
12 Weeks:   Distemper/Parvo Vaccination, completed at the veterinarian of adopter's choice. 
16 Weeks:   Distemper/Parvo Vaccination, Rabies Vaccination, completed at the veterinarian of adopter's choice. 
6 Months: Spay/Neuter surgery.  ** 
Yearly thereafter: All dogs need yearly wellness exams performed by a veterinarian as well as booster vaccinations. 

​**Spay/Neuter surgeries cost between $200-$400 for a neuter surgery and $400-$600 for a spay surgery in the FM Area. Wellness visits can run from $75 to $150 for each visit. If you are thinking of adopting a puppy, it's a good idea to research these costs before adopting by calling the veterinarian of your choice.


Squall is a cute boy looking for his new home to take him on new adventures!


Foster Home Feedback 

3/8/2023 Foster Feedback: I've had Squall for quite awhile now and I can't believe someone hasn't snatched him up yet. He is just the cutest little dude. He absolutely loves being around people. A nice butt scratch will turn him into your instant BFF. Nothing makes him happier than to curl up and snuggle on the couch while watching a movie. He doesn't have a ton of puppy energy and is more of a chill little guy. He does like to play with his foster brother, but otherwise isn't overly energetic. Because he likes his people, if he sees you through his kennel, he will bark to let you know he's still there. But, when it's time for bed or us to leave for work, we pop him in his kennel and after a few minutes of barking to ask us if we're sure we don't want to snuggle some more, he'll settle down and relax. Because of the way the weather has been, we haven't had a lot of luck working with Squall on potty training. Just when we think we're making strides, Mother Nature would send us another blizzard, and Squall would stay outside and look at us with a pathetic look on his face asking if he could just go on his potty pad instead. Because of that, we've had him kenneled in the kitchen for easy clean up and not given him a lot of room to roam around. I'm crossing my fingers that winter is over soon and potty training can begin in full force. He gets along with all of my dogs - big and small. Because he's a puppy, he doesn't quite understand that my older dogs don't want to play with him all the time, but he will back down when they make it clear that he needs to leave them alone. He absolutely loves my 3-year-old grandson and does wonderful with him. The only problem we've had is typical puppy things - he doesn't understand not all toys are his toys and we've lost a Stitch stuffed animal, and jumping on James to give him kisses. Otherwise, he absolutely loves everyone he meets.

To view additional dogs available for adoption, please see our website: www.4luvofdog.org

Have Questions?

Read our Adoption FAQ & Adoption Process Explained documentation.