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In shelter Dog

Memphis, TN, 38133
Pet name:
Mixed Breed
White / Cream
From a MAS photo volunteer:

"I just want to say that I did see the kennel stress Titus is experiencing. However, what a well-behaved, calm dog outside of the kennel. I was a bit surprised at his good behavior. When I went to get him, I thought he would be hard to control, because he is so large and stressing in the kennel. He was exactly the opposite. He leashed up easily, walked with me outside, loved getting pets, did not jump on me, used the bathroom immediately, came inside for pics nicely, knows SIT command, and other than a little bit of drool, he was perfect inside. Even when I was editing pictures, he came and laid at my feet like the good boy he is. By far my favorite dog I have gotten out today!"

This pet has been marked as at-risk, meaning he or she has behavioral concerns that need to be addressed outside of the shelter as soon as possible. 

TITUS has been marked at-risk due to escalating, severe kennel stress - leaping/falling/pacing/licking walls.

Pets marked at-risk could be considered for euthanasia (put to sleep). 
Interested adopters, please email 
Interested rescue organizations, please email immediately for next steps.

Titus was part of a small play group on 9/12/22. He was friendly and social, playful with the younger male in the group. He did seem a bit hormone driven, but took correction well. He was also very tolerant of the younger male trying to mount him and jumping/biting all over him.

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