Cabo Cabo

Cabo, aka Keystone Cabo, is a 3½-year-old black male born October 8, 2004. His sire is Oshkosh Slammer, making his grand sire Oshkosh Racey, and his dam is Keystone Juno, making his grand sire the famous Molotov. Cabo has 101 races to his credit beginning on November 5, 2006 in Corpus Christi, Texas and ending at Valley Race Park in Harlingen, Texas on April 6, 2008. Cabo is quite a handsome boy with his big white tuxedo on his chest and neck. He is a happy-go-lucky guy looking to start his life of retirement. Although not cat tested yet, Cabo is small dog tolerant.


Cabo is a strikingly handsome boy with lots of love to give. For a first-time home dweller, he is learning everything in record time and has been an absolute dream. He is so appreciative of any attention that you give him and even smiles when he gets really excited.

Cabo is housetrained and crate trained. He walks wonderfully on a leash and constantly looks back at you to make sure he is still right by your side. He is such a gentleman and respectful of my little pug. He has even tried to initiate play time with her in the last couple of days, but she has yet to join in the fun. He is interested in toys but he still has no idea what to do with him. Of course it does not help that every time he picks one up my pug steals it away from him. Poor boy!

Cabo sleeps on a dog bed next to my bed at night and has already learned what “Night Night Time” means in my house. As soon as I announce it, he runs into my bedroom and curls up on his dog bed where he stays throughout the night.

He will make a wonderful addition to any home. He is such a happy boy with his tail always wagging and sweet brown eyes peering up at you. Cabo is eager to find his forever home.

Cabo's Foster Mom
3400 Carlisle St #430, Dallas, TX 75204-1265
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