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Adopt OTIS

Male Adult Labrador Retriever

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Austin Animal Center

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About OTIS

Otis’ number one favorite activity is fetch. Boy, does this dog love fetch. He’ll fetch pretty much whatever you throw for him, then bring it back to you and drop it nicely at your feet. Does he like treats? Duh. He’s a dog. But if Otis had to choose between chasing a ball and chasing a treat, he’ll choose the ball. This affinity for play is a good combo with the fact that he’s, well, chunky. Otis might describe himself as “well rounded, literally.” He needs to lose a bit of weight, and regular games of fetch would be an easy, fun way to do that. Could you give this playful boy a home where he can live his best life?

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Shots up to date
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Ok with kids
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Spayed / Neutered
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