Sandy is a big handsome boy who was found as a stray. The finder tried to locate his owners, with no success, so she brought him to rescue.
He is a sweet, friendly boy with no manners or training whatsoever. The vet says he's about a year old. He has been neutered, heartworm tested (negative), vaccinated, microchipped, wormed and dosed with Revolution for flea and heartworm prevention. He weighs 64.1 pounds.
Since he came in as a stray, it's just a guess as to what breeds he is. He LOOKS like a labradoodle, but only a DNA test can determine for sure what his parentage is.
Because of his size and lack of training, he would do best in a home without very small children as he could hurt them by jumping on them or knocking them over. Older kids should be fine. He has not been cat-tested, but that can be done if required.
His adoption fee is $150.00
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