Adopt Tyson from Stamford Animal Shelter

Consider meeting Tyson at Stamford Animal Shelter. He has been waiting for a permanent home for WAY too long and has so much to offer.

Tyson is a 10-year-old neutered male Labrador Retriever who possibly is mixed with some hound dog. In his previous home, Tyson was expected to be both a watchdog and a family pet, creating a confusion in him about how to act. He is very much the cuddly and affectionate dog that he appears to be in his pictures, but he also has a protective nature and is suspicious of strangers.

Quick to judge who he trusts or doesn't, you know where you stand with him right away. If he judges you trustworthy, and if you're dog-savvy and enjoy leisurely walks, please consider giving this boy a few happy senior years. 

Tyson is quiet and housebroken. He enjoys treats, naps, attention and walks. Tyson has spent more than TWO years at the Stamford Animal Shelter and deserves a chance for a fuller life. 

Tyson is 70 lbs. and 18" in shoulder height. 

Tyson's Contact Info: Stamford Animal Care & Control, Stamford, CT
Tel. (203)-977-4437. The Shelter, located at 201 Magee Ave., is open 7 days a week from 8 am to 4 pm, and late on Wednesday evenings (due to OPIN's free dog training at 6:30 pm) - no appointment necessary! 

OPIN (Outreach for Pets in Need) is fundraising for a better-than-ever new City Shelter, matching the City funds. Donations can be made online and marked for the "new shelter".

Visit us at: http://opinpets.org/ or email us at: outreach@opinpets.org 

Tyson is Pets for Patriots eligible, which entitles eligible military professionals and veterans to discounted medical care for the life of this pet, through partner veterinarians.

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