Pet Adoption | R/F Humane Society: "Boudreaux, The Southern Gentleman"

When you think of the quintessential Southern Gentleman, a name like Boudreaux may come to mind. Now, close your eyes and visualize the whole picture - go ahead, use your imagination. Are you seeing a well-groomed, dapper man? Perhaps in white tie & tails? One who prefers sweet tea over Gatorade? A respectful man, his conversation peppered with "Yes Ma'am"'s and "No Sirs"'s, a man with integrity, manners, dignity and honor?

If this is your idea of the perfect partner or room mate, you really need to meet Boudreaux - a Southern Gentleman to his core. Well, except for the dignity part - this guy just can't contain his excitement when meeting people - every centimeter of his beautiful brindled body, from that white bib to the tip of his waggy tail wiggles, writhes and shakes. Boudreaux has earned his nickname Wiggle-Butt for good reason. He's as sweet as your tea, polite as can be and just as loyal and honorable as only a great dog can be.

Come on out to the shelter to meet this 4 year old Boxer/Bulldog mix, have him impress you with his hospitality and plan on taking him home. He's up to date on his vaccination, successfully finished heart worm treatment and has been neutered. He's ready to call your home his Tara.

The Humane Society and Adoption Center of Rockport/Fulton
1308 Myrtle St
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