FARMINGTON – Wyoming was another stray who was wearing not only a collar, but a bandanna as well, and yet he sits and waits at the Franklin County Animal Shelter.

He is a unique looking shepherd, mostly bright orange in color with a black saddle on his back. Shelter staff said he is a sweet guy, who would do best with an experienced dog owner who could devote a lot of time and energy to him.

Wyoming is a young adult who still has lots of “puppy energy” and would be the type to wander off frequently if constantly left alone or outside.

Wyoming loves to sing and knows his tricks; as a matter of fact if he sees his treat, he is already doing all the tricks he knows. He is a bright dog and tries to stay one step ahead of everyone.

He does well with children, cats and dogs. He walked in the Chester Greenwood Day Parade and visited all the children on the edges of the street. He also was the center of attention at a presentation hosted by a local second-grade classroom.

Anyone who would like to meet this canine companion is invited to visit the Franklin County Animal Shelter or call 778-2638.

A new dogs at the shelter is a male husky mix found in Strong.

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