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In shelter Dog

Elkton, MD, 21921
Pet name:
Labrador Retriever
Yellow / Tan / Blond / Fawn
Coat length:
Dog name: Tyson
 Gender: Male
 Age/weight: 8.5 years (DOB: 2/5/14)/ ~80 lbs
Breed: Lab
 Heartworm status:  Negative
?? Medications/ Injuries:  None currently, just needs regular bathing and ear cleaning along with normal preventatives
Good with people? Yes, best with proper introduction
Children?  Loves kids
 Dogs? Selective
 Cats? Tolerates (my cats love him more than he loves them)
 Other animals? He has been around sheep and chickens as well. He just needs time to get used to other animals and know they are allowed to be there. 
 House trained? Yes
 Crate trained? Yes
 Energy level: Fairly low
 Travel well? As long as you put the window is down
 Favorite toy/activity: Sleeping, eating, cuddling, food enrichment, squeaker toys, teaser wands, farm walks
 Leash trained? Yes! Tyson graduated from Mason Dixon K9 board and train and does great on the leash

Please welcome Tyson. This 8 1/2 year old, 80 pound boy. He is a sweet boy. House and crate trained and is ok with other respectful dogs as well as great with the resident cat (playful and lovey). HE LOVES KIDS!!! And insists on sleeping with them all night.. He also is a graduate of Mason Dixon K-9s Board and training program. While there he mastered commands like down stay, sit, heel and place. He has flourished walking on leash with use of a nose loop (gentle leader).


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