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Hi, my name is Sawyer. I am an 85 pound male Lab with a sleek, shiny black coat. I was in Missouri running through a saw mill when I was rescued. I am so grateful to MLRR for giving me a chance! My foster mom says I am such a handsome boy. And she keeps using the word SPECIAL... I am not sure what that means but I know she gives me lots of hugs and tells me I am good boy all the time!!! I had what the vet said is heartworms so they gave me special medicine and made me keep calm for over a month to make sure the medicine worked. My foster mom said that I was such an easy dog to keep calm even though I have a puppy brother running around me all the time wanting to play. Now I finally got an ALL CLEAR to run around and I love it! I went to a dog park and I love playing with all the other dogs!! I get along great with all of them. But I've never met a cat, so not sure about them. I always wag my tail to let everyone know how happy I am. I am a good listener and already know how to sit, stay, shake, down and come. I like to go for walks on a leash. I am a big boy and am very strong but I walk calmly so you would not even realize how strong I am. I love to play with my 11 year old human brother and sometimes sleep with him too. And I am very gentle with my puppy brother. I love to give kisses and will snuggle on your lap like a lap dog if I am invited to. My mom says I am the perfect young lab!!!! She said she has to work on not leaving any food on the counter when she leaves because I am very good at finding it and eating it...I learned that when I was stray and had to search for food to eat. I am learning that I get really good food now and don't have to search anymore. I don't like my crate so I get the run of the house as long as there is no food on the counter. I never have any accidents in the house. My mom says that I am quite a catch and that I will make a special family really really happy. I hope that family is you!!!
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