~~This extremely handsome guy is Otis. He is a very energenic 1 year old approx 50lb Blue tick fox hound mix from what we were told. So far Otis is doing great with all the other dogs and the cats and his foster home. He would do best in a home without little children because of his size he does not realize how big he is. But he is very good with older children probably 7 and up. He's a little shy when he first meet you but once he knows and trusts you he is a total goofball. He needs a home with a fenced-in yard so he can run and burn off his energy or a family who is willing to take him to the dog park so he can play and burn it off that way. He pulls with the leash but his foster mom is working on that. He would love to have another dog in the home to play with. He is neutered, utd on shots, flea treated and wormed. Otis is learning to use the crate when no one is home but definitely not a fan and He is also housebroke. If interested in giving this big handsome guy a wonderful loving home please request and application at firstname.lastname@example.org .
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