DOB: 10/11 Weight: ~63 lbs.
Tyrone graduated from training in the Death Row Dogs program at Green River Correctional Facility in Kentucky on July 9, 2013 where he passed his Canine Good Citizen exam. He learned manners, obedience and more...! Tyrone's ideal adopter will be a calm, consistent pack leader who is willing to continue his training after the adoption and can provide structure, particularly during the initial adjustment period. Tyrone gets along with some dogs but needs to meet any potential housemates prior to adoption. This dog has been through a lot but once you get to know him, you will see his sweet and loving nature. He is highly intelligent and you can see that just by looking into that handsome face!
Tyrone came into the shelter on 9/6/12. He is in a foster home.
He has had a rabies shot, 7-way shot, bordetella, and been wormed. He is neutered, microchipped, and heartworm negative.
Our adoption fee is $130.00 and it helps to cover a portion of the dog's vetting costs. The adoption process includes the completion of an application followed by an interview.
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We respond to inquiries and adoption applications at our earliest opportunity, but please be patient with us as we work full-time jobs and perform this service as volunteers. We do our best to return messages and schedule adoption interviews within a couple of days of receiving your application.
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