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In shelter Dog

Memphis, TN, 38133
Pet name:
Mixed Breed
Gray / Blue / Silver
Moodel went to Rhodes on September 26 for a counseling event. As a big boy, he was very chill and loved the pets everyone gave to him. He loved the humans and even sat down with them for more pets. He did very well with people and knew to potty outside. However he did not like another puppy to get around him. Fun fact about Moodel is that hes missing his teeth! He only has his canines so he can still eat.

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. 

MOODEL has been marked at-risk due to increasing kennel stress.

Pets marked at-risk could be considered for euthanasia (put to sleep). 
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Moodel was part of a small play group on 10/5. he was friendly, social, and chill. he also walks very well on leash with little to no pulling.

Moodel was part of a playgroup on 10/6. He was friendly, social, and chill. He was fixated on a metal bowl outside. He did not mind the rough and rowdy playing dogs and took correction from handlers.

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