***THIS DOG IS LOCATED IN TULSA, OKLAHOMA***
***THIS IS A COURTESY LISTING~~SAM NEEDS A FOSTER OR ADOPTION ASAP***
Meet Sam. He is a 2 yo neutered male Anatolian Shepherd Dog mix. He weighs about 90 lbs and is appx 28 inches tall. He is fully vetted and heartworm negative.
Sam was rescued from a kill shelter and is now looking for his forever home. He is housebroken and knows basic commands. Sam is a very smart young man and would love to have a person to call his own.
He is still very puppy-like and will need ongoing training but he has a huge heart of gold and will devote himself to you. You can see from his pictures that he has a silly, goofy personality at times and enjoys playing and having fun.
Transport options may be available depending on where you live. Please email for more information. firstname.lastname@example.org
PLEASE NOTE: This is a courtesy listing.
This dog is currently adoptable but is not a part of or associated with National Anatolian Shepherd Rescue Network (NASRN), including NASRN’s adoption and/or fostering programs.
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