Nathaniel is looking for an adult only home. When Nathaniel becomes scared his reaction is to growl or snap so his new home needs to have experience dealing with a reactive dog. Nathaniel gets along with other dogs his size at the shelter but will need a meet and greet with any resident canines prior to adoption. His new home will need to be feline free. Nathaniel has a problem in one of his legs and our vets took a look at it and have said he has restrictive range of motion in back leg due to an old injury. He seems to be using it fine and just sits with it sticking out. This will need to be monitored by your vet. (Curt Story/Everett Animal Shelter)

This is Nathaniel, a dog in need of adoption by a new home

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