Trouble as he was named by his previous owner has been tied to a dog box with very little attention. He is 64 lbs of energy and he is ready to live life to the fullest. He was surrendered 12/5/16. He never potties in his kennel at the shelter so he appears to be house trained.
4/10/17 - After many months in our care, Trouble has matured into a very well mannered boy. He loves to play fetch and scratch his belly in the grass during his play time in the yard. He goes right back into his kennel on command once play time is over. His favorite treat is a Kong filled with peanut butter.
5/2/17 - Trouble was heartworm and lyme disease tested on 4/29 and both were negative.
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