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Meet Cyrus: Cat Lover and Best Friend
Cyrus is a Labrador Retriever Rottweiler Mix Dog for private adoption by owner in Calgary Alberta. Cyrus is 11 years young, healthy, neutered, up to date on shots and well behaved. He s good with cats and other dogs, and loves people with all his heart.
Unfortunately, Cyrus is very fearful of small children. His owners are expecting a baby, and are dearly hoping to find Cyrus a loving home where he can retire in peace. He needs a home with adults only (teenagers are OK too!). He is a low maintenance dog that offers so much love to everyone in his midst – cats included. Offer this sweet Lab Rottie mix dog a loving home in or near Calgary today!
Name of Pet: Cyrus
Location: Calgary, Alberta, T2R 0E5
Type of Pet: Dog
Breed of Pet: Labrador Retriever Rottweiler Mix
Sex of Pet: Male
Age of Pet: 11
Health Problems: No
Behavior Issues: Can be protective of owner
Up To Date on Vaccinations: Yes
Gets along with cats: Yes
Gets along with dogs: Yes
Good with Children?: No
House Broken or Litter Trained?: Yes
Crate Trained?: Yes
Accessories Included: Kennel, balls, leashes
This pet is located close to the following towns and cities in Alberta:
- Airdrie AB,
- Cochrane AB,
- Crossfield AB,
- Okotoks AB,
- Irricana AB,
- Black Diamond AB,
- Strathmore AB,
- Carstairs AB,
- High River AB,
- Didsbury AB,
- Olds AB,
- Nanton AB,
- Sundre AB,
- Three Hills AB,
- Vulcan AB,
Adopt this sweet Labrador Retriever Rottweiler Mix Dog in Calgary Alberta today.
HOW TO ADOPT CYRUS
If you are interested in adopting this special Labrador Retriever Rottweiler Mix Dog For private rehoming in Calgary Alberta, please fill out our online meeting request below. Once received and reviewed, our staff will ask the pets owner to reach out to you and arrange a meeting.
Adoption Fees Waived for a very good home. Supplies and veterinary records will be included.
Questions about Cyrus?
All About Rottweiler Dogs and Puppies
The Rottweiler is a very robust and beautiful dog. Powerful and fiercely loyal, they are believed to have ties back to the ancient Romans, where their ancestors helped to drive cattle on the long war marches. Today’s Rottweiler no longer drives cattle, but has instead become a favored companion animal, particularly in the United States. Owning a Rottweiler requires a great commitment and a lot of responsibility, however, and it’s important to research this breed, and your individual dog, very carefully.