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Hi All - My name is Otis
I am a 60 pound Shar Pei/Black Lab mix and I am about 1-2 yrs old.
I can be a bit shy and cautious initially when I first meet up with you but I warm right up within a couple hours. I am a sweet, gentle love bug who has a lot of energy and loves to play. I am very well house trained, eager to please, and obedient.
I am great with kids, and all size dogs. I chased a cat before, but was not aggressive and just wanted to play. I have even met a bunny and really did not care for him at all.
I am not a big fan getting into my crate initially, but once I am in I settle down very quickly and sleep. I no longer pull hard on my leash, as my foster mommy worked with me each and every day. If you like to go out for a drive once and a while, well you're in luck as I love car rides I am up to date on all my vaccines, neutered, and microchipped. So no worries on that! I have been in foster care with my rescue since January and I am not sure as to why I have not yet been adopted. I really want my loving fur-ever family and I am hoping each and every day for it!!
If you are considering adopting me, please visit my rescue website at www.lcarescue.org and fill out an application.
You will not regret it, I pinky promise
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