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Leroy: 1 - 2 Year Old male Fox Red Lab 65-70 lbs Neutered

Background: Leroy was found wandering around the Ukiah area and he was brought into the shelter. He was not microchipped and no one came to claim him. GGLRR saw him at the shelter and we now have in him a foster home.

What Leroy’s foster says: Leroy is a beautiful, wonderful and loving boy and he is coming out of his shell. He loves people and is very friendly. He seems much younger than two and he startles very easily but he did not starlet at the blender this morning. He is great with our 13-year-old Boston Terrier. He is super smart; he can sit, we are working on stay, leash manners and is good with his recall. There was a lot going on this morning (street work, gardeners and my daughter’s clients) so he was a bit stressed by all the activity and noises. He's gets along wonderfully with other dogs, new people but not too well with cats. He chased our cat yesterday, but it could be because she hissed and swatted at him. He is housetrained. He goes for 3 mile walks a day and loves our pool!

What Leroy’s Rescue Rep says: Wow! What a great dog! A joy to hang out with. We are looking for an adopter who is fine with a young active dog; 2 hours of exercise a day. One that can work on good leash manners and one that will be Leroy’s leader. It seems Leroy may not have been exposed to much so someone that can work with him and get him out and about more. He would not be good with cats in a home and he does not seem he would do well in a busy city setting. Leroy may have been more from the country.

Medical: Leroy has all his shots, is neutered, microchipped and is one healthy boy.

Leroy is currently located in: Pinole.

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