My Status

No Status

My Location

2700 Ninth St. Berkeley

Adoption Hours

Friday – Sunday, 11AM – 4PM

How to Adopt Me

Meet me at the time/location above!, Complete the Adoption Inquiry Form


To meet me on our closed days, please fill out the Adoption Inquiry Form

Hello, I’m Stuart!

Adorable? You bet! Fun and friendly? Absolutely! A loving lifelong companion? Look no further! I’m a cuddly boy who can’t wait to romp and roll with you for years to come! I am still working on some insecurities when being overwhelmed by new things, therefore I would benefit from a home that has previous dog experience that can help me build my confidence with lots of positive experiences! Including loads of time playing fetch with my frisbee (my all time favorite), adventure walks where I can meet new friends, tons of treats and we’ll be set!

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Hound Mix


Neutered Male

My Age

1 year

My Weight

53 LBS

My Energy Level



Toys, Walks, Treats, Playtime, Daily mental and physical enrichment, A large-breed puppy-appropriate home, An adopter with dog experience

My Adoption Fee


Adoption Information

The Berkeley Humane difference!

Our adoption package includes vaccines, microchip, spay or neuter, flea/tick preventative, worm treatment, and heartworm preventative for dogs (at the discretion of the veterinarian). We also provide $250 worth of medical care with VCA Animal Hospitals, discounts and/or free first welcome visits at other local veterinary hospitals and optional discounted pet insurance.

All adopters receive a 30% discount off their first training class from Train the Bay. Berkeley Humane’s dog training program Train the Bay has been improving the lives of pets and their people for over 30 years and is one of the most trusted dog training programs in the Bay Area. 

adoption requirements

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