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In shelter Dog

Oklahoma City, OK, 73112
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Meet Atlas, a 3-year-old male Hound / Pit mix who was born around the beginning of 2019. He is neutered, up to date on age appropriate vaccinations and preventatives, and microchipped.
Atlas has no special needs.

Introductions will need to be slow with other dogs as he gets super excited and it can be overwhelming for other dogs. He would also do well as an only dog! He cannot be in a home with small dogs or cats. He would do best with older children, just because he may become excited and knock over younger children without meaning to.

Atlas is FULL of love. He is looking for a home with an owner who will take him on walks, let him snuggle under the blanket with them, and slip him a piece of cheese here and there. Atlas is a Velcro dog who loves his humans. He enjoys taking naps or chewing on his toys while his humans are doing housework. Atlas would benefit from basic training, as he needs basic manners, but he is very eager to learn.

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