Hi there! My name is Sheldon and I am an adorable 5 month old lab mix puppy from FCHS's Big Bang litter! Life started out a little rough for me, as I was as stray for the first couple months of my life. But then FCHS came to the rescue and took in me and 6 of my siblings! I am approximately 35 pounds and will probably get a little bit bigger-my foster mom says she thinks I will be about 50 pounds when I am done growing. I currently live in a foster home with two other dogs and three cats, and I get along with everybody. I am a sweet laid back boy who loves to snuggle and give kisses. I love children and have two at my foster home that play with me and rub my belly! I am still working on my potty training, but my foster mom says I am on the home stretch! I try to remember to go outside, and it helps if I am on a schedule and taken out regularly so I don't forget and have an accident. I am crate trained and will go right in for a snack when my family has to run errands or go to work. I am still a young little guy who loves to play and chew, so I will need a lot of toys to keep me happy and distracted from things I am not supposed to have. I like rope toys and squeaky toys, but my favorite is my Kong. I really like to have my Kong in my crate to keep me occupied while my foster family is away. I am learning basic commands and have sit mastered! I have even learned not to get too excited and stand up before I get my reward. I walk well on a leash and don't pull when my foster family takes me for walks around the farm where I live.
I have been neutered, microchipped, and am up to date on all of my vaccinations. I am also current on flea and tick preventative, as well as heartworm prevention.
My adoption fee is $250. If you have any questions, please email my foster mom, Katie at email@example.com
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