Homer was found in a Home Depot parking lot. We can tell he was a house-dog and is missing his home very much. He is very stressed out being kenneled and is not adapting well to shelter life. Homer knows "sit" and will gladly sit for you if food is involved. He is a big boy who is very strong on leash so we are working with him on his leash manners. If you are looking to save a senior who still has so much life and love to give, stop in and meet Homer. We would love for him to find a new, forever home soon.
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