In shelter Dog

Crystal, Minnesota, 55429
Terrier, Australian Shepherd, Mixed
Black with White
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  Otis is an absolute sweet baby doll. He's approx 10 mos old and 32 lbs - and a terrier/Aussie mix (we're guessing!)   Light, slight, gentle, affectionate, non-aggressive, and attentive, Otis has made great strides in a very short time in his foster home, adapting to life in downtown Minneapolis. He does well with the resident dog and takes cues from her when out and about. He is still a bit timid and shies away from men and other dogs, especially when she is not at his side. Otis is crate trained and housebroken. He is generally a quiet pup but can be vocal. Otis quiets down in his crate if he is given a gentle verbal reminded that it is quiet time. He mostly seems to save his vocalizations for indicating distress. Otis is learning leash etiquette quickly, mostly focusing on developing comfort and not pulling. He shows potential for qualifying for an off-leash permit with active training. Still a puppy, Otis does need occasional gentle reminders about what he can and cannot chew. Fosters have not had to repeat directions, as he clearly has a good memory and desire to please. Otis is also entirely happy to just hang out close to his humans. And he is happy to lay in a lap for belly rubs cheek strokes. *Otis would do best in a home with another kind, confident dog, to help show him the ropes!* Interested in adopting? Please fill out an interest form on our website: redemptionroadrescue.rescuegroups.org/forms redemptionroad.mn@gmail.com http://redemptionroadrescue.rescuegroups.org All dogs age appropriate vetted: Spayed or Neutered Rabies vaccine DHPP vaccine 4DX test (@8 months or older) Microchipped Dewormed Flea/tick prevention


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