Hello, my name is Sherlock, and I am a 2 year old male American Bulldog/Lab mix. I can’t remember how I got to the shelter, but I am thankful to have a roof over my head and food to eat every night. I have been checked out by a veterinarian and neutered. I received a set of preventative shots, have been wormed, and tested negative for heartworms.
I am currently in a foster home, but I am patiently waiting for a forever home.
My foster says: Sherlock is a joy to have as my first foster. Like most dogs, he loves a good belly rub and nice, long walk. He is very lovable and definitely on his way to be a well-trained dog. He loves to learn and needs an owner committed to showing him the ropes. Sherlock is house trained and crate trained. He is already pretty proficient with commands such as, sit, come, stay, and leave it. He is great with kids, but does need supervision while playing. He tends to get a little excited and mouthy. Overall, Sherlock is a sweet dog that loves to give love as much as he wants to receive it. He would make a great addition to a dog lover's home.
Sherlock is a great dog. He is still very puppy and loves attention. He loves to be right by your side at all times when he isn't playing with our smaller dog. All in all Sherlock will be a great dog for someone that will show him the ropes to complete his training.
You can contact his foster mom, Molly by 937-824-0150 for more information on how he can become part of your family.
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