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Mr. Moses   

In shelter Dog

Fishers, Hamilton County, Indiana, Un...
Pet name:
Mr. Moses
Shepherd, Mixed
Brown, Chocolate with Black
Coat length:
If you are interested in adopting an ARPO pet, please visit our website, for details about our fees and process, and to complete our Adoption Application.   ARPO limits adoptions to within 50 miles of Indianapolis.  We do not have a shelter; all pets are in volunteer foster homes. 

Moses is a 2-3 year old Shepherd mix about 58 pounds. He is crate trained but also does well being left at home without being in a crate. His foster mother works, so he is by himself about 8 hours and does fine. He definitely gravitates towards men/boys and would do best in a household where men and older boys reside. He needs to be the ONLY pet and no young children (under the age of 6) as he can get overly excited and may jump on them. He takes a while to warm up to someone new but comes around quickly especially when given treats. He is very treat motivated! Mr. Moses loves to chase a ball or stick but giving it back is a different story. Such a goofball. He's a great dog, a bit on the mellow side when in the house. He does need more outside training due to his reactivity to other animals and leash manners as well as a fenced yard. A family needs to commit to additional training with calm firmness is ideal. We will give you suggestions for further training which is recommended for any new dog in the family. Moses is neutered, microchipped and up to date on his vaccinations.
If you are interested in adopting an ARPO pet, please complete the online Adoption Application.  

Due to recent coronavirus concerns, we have suspended our public adoption events until further notice.


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