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Introducing Sherman, TribLive’s Pet of the Week

Emily Balser
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Emily Balser | Tribune-Review
Sherman, a beagle and coon hound mix, is up for adoption at the West Deer Dog Shelter.
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Emily Balser | Tribune-Review
Sherman, a beagle and coon hound mix, is up for adoption at the West Deer Dog Shelter.

Everyone, meet Sherman!

This young boy is TribLive’s Pet of the Week, and he’s available for adoption at the West Deer Dog Shelter.

Age: One year old

Breed: He’s a beagle and coon hound mix. He has been at the shelter for about a month.

What he likes: He’s a friendly dog who likes taking walks a couple of times a day. He has the signature hound dog howl when he gets excited.

Personality: He’s good with other dogs and children. He’s housebroken but will probably need a bit more training since he’s still young.

If you’re interested: Call the shelter at 724-265-2780.

Emily Balser is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Emily at 724-226-4680, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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