"Dogs come into our lives to teach us about love." This quote makes us think about our Toby!
Toby is a big dog with an even bigger heart! He is an Anatolian Shepherd mix who is two years old and weighs 92 pounds. His beautifully marked, fluffy coat is perfect for petting, which he greatly enjoys. He also loves being brushed. He has one of those wonderfully expressive doggy faces that looks like he is smiling at you.
He is so gentle and easygoing and we love spending time with Toby!
Toby ambles contentedly at your side on daily walks He is housebroken, too. He is remarkably easy to walk for a dog of his size.
He really enjoys daily outings in the fenced play yard.
Most of all, Toby adores attention and affection. He is one of our favorite cuddle buddies.
Toby loves the company of people of all ages and has done great with the children of several of our volunteers.
Toby recently had an outing with one of our volunteers who reports: "We went to Pegram Park. Toby was a perfect gentleman. He enjoyed checking out the different sports sites at the park and lounging on one of the stages while getting brushed. He was so easygoing and was content to smell and walk a lot or to just sit and relax with lovings."
Toby is the perfect dog to be at your side during the day and curl up at your feet at night!
He would be a fine farm dog, too.
Toby needs to be the only dog in his family, and he will really enjoy having you all to himself!
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