Meet SHERLOCK! *courtesy post- contact Abbie at 951-850-7395 for adoption info!
Sherlock is a loving & energetic lab/mix pup who just turned 2. This big baby (65ibs) looks like a tough ole dog on the outside but he's a soppy sweetheart who loves attention. He loves humans and is great with kids, although he is a jumper (something we have been trying to work on) so is probably best suited to a family with older children who are used to dogs. He's great meeting new people but very overly excited and again likes to jump!
Sherlock has a very high energy level and loves to go on walks, he is almost leash trained, we use a gentle lead that works great! He loves playing with other dogs and running at the dog park. (Not so much cats) He gets on pretty well with most dogs, in fact playing with other dogs is his favorite thing to do however there have been a few occasional times where his dominant personality got the better of himself and he has clashed with another dominant dog. Although this happens very rarely at the dog park it's something to be aware of! As soon as he's pulled away from the situation he will go about playing like nothing ever happened!
Sherlock is house trained, but not crate trained, he exhibits good manners in the home unless left for a long period of time without any toys you may return to a chewed up shoe! He also knows basic commands and with some more work and dedication I believe he could definitely learn more advanced tricks and mannerisms. He loves to snuggle and be close to his humans and is a very easy laid back dog while at home.
Sherlock is neutered, he has a microchip and is up to date on all his shots. He is such a happy go lucky guy who will make a great addition to a loving family who as the time to give him the exercise and attention he needs.
City: Corona CA
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