Otis would make a great companion dog - Tucson News Now

Otis would make a great companion dog

UPDATE:  Otis has a new home.  Someone adopted him!  Thank you!

TUCSON, AZ (KOLD-TV) - Hi there.  Otis here.   I am a four year old guy with a little bit of lab and a little retriever in me.

My friends at Ted Hewitt Photography took my picture so you can see how handsome I am.

I had a home until a couple weeks ago when my owner took me to the shelter.  

For some reason, my person couldn't keep me.

Now I need a new home.

I love when people pet me.   I am very gentle, and I walk well on a leash.

The people taking care of me at Pima Animal Care Center say I will cost $100 (that includes neuter surgery and my license.)

I'm pretty easy going.  

Please come check me out, and look at my other pals at the shelter, 4000 N. Silverbell Road.

We all need homes.

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