In shelter Dog

Franklin, Williamson County, Tennesse...
Collie, Australian Shepherd, Mixed
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Laughing Leroy is a wonderful Collie/Aussie mix boy that is just about 18 months old and 68 pounds.   This sweet boy is gentle and sensitive.  You can tell that he has been lost and though spending time in the shelter on stray hold, no one came to claim him.  He is now in our foster care and his foster mom says he sticks to her like glue.  He needs a bath but we had to quickly take some pictures so we could let the world know that this boy is available and going to make someone a great dog companion.   He is good with other dogs and even the cat at the foster home.  He is pretty good on the leash for a dog that probably never has been on one much. He is not a hyper dog at all and has an easy going personality that makes him very comfortable to be around.  This boy is pretty much housebroken but we cannot say he is 1000% there yet.  We have had him a short time and he is going to be a prize for someone with a fenced yard and Inside the home privileges for him.   Laughing Leroy will bring a welcoming and happy smile to your face every single day.  His love will fill the room and also your heart!   Email us at if you are interested. ADOPTION FEE REQUIRED. Contact


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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