Sherlock is an adult Red Tick Coonhound (possibly) who came to Four Paws Rescue from the Brigham City Animal Shelter. Sherlock is lucky to live in a foster home while he waits for his forever home.
He lives with several other dogs, children and even a cat (doesn't pay attention to the cat). Everyone is getting along! He especially loves being around the children. He is pretty new to an indoor home setting, but he is settling in quite well and loves his naps on the couch. The foster family is working on his house training and crate training. He does jump but they are working on that as well. Pretty much all house sounds are new to him, the bus going by, the TV, etc! The best thing that he is such a good natured, loving, easy going guy that loves affection. He'll catch on quickly!
In his foster home, he is learning to sit for his food, play games that will keep his mind occupied, asking to go outside for potty, learning to not jump on the counter. Sherlock also does better in crate while you are away from home. He tends to get bored and may chew. : )
The adoption fee for Sherlock is $150 which includes the spay or neuter surgery and vaccinations (rabies and parvo/distemper). We show dogs by appointment or at adoption events. If you would like to meet Sherlock, please call and leave a message with Lisa (Director of Four Paws Rescue) at (435) 764-3534 or email us at email@example.com.
Please be patient with us getting back to you as we are all volunteers with full-time jobs! Thank you for your interest! (Photos courtesy of Jesse Walker Photography)
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