Gender: Male
Birthday: Aug. 29th
Breed: Rottweiler, Great Dane, Greyhound, Shar-Pei
Location: Michigan

About me

Hi there, my name is Otis. My life started rough. As a puppy, I was found abandoned and abused on the streets of Detroit. It’s ok though, my story gets much better!

After being rescued, a foster family took me in and they told me they were going to do their best to find me a forever home—whatever that means! In no time I had nice humans come and visit me at my foster home. There were two ladies that came in that I especially liked, but unfortunately, they left at the end of the day like everyone else.

The next morning I woke up to a ton of chaos! Some humans were setting up tables and they brought all my foster siblings and me outside. As the day went on, people started to come by and take all my siblings away in those four-wheeled transporters. I started to get scared that I would be left alone again until the two ladies from the night before came back to see me! I was so excited that I accidentally peed a little…oops…

Before long, I was in a transporter and the two ladies brought me to my very own home filled with more toys and dog treats than I could have imagined possible.

The smaller lady has recently started to train me with these funny scents. She calls me her diabetic alert dog and says that I save her life! While I don’t really know what she’s taking about, I still love playing along with her silly little games. I love my new humans and don’t know what I would do without them. I’m one lucky dog!

Check out my Instagram: @myhappydogs

Additional Information
 Fur Color:  Black, white & brown
 Eye Color:  Brown
 Height:  24" (up to my shoulder)
 Weight:  68 pounds
 Favorite Celebrity Animal:  Elvis from Growing Up Fisher
 Nickname(s):  Derp, Superdog & Crooked Nose
 Education:  Service dog
 Body Type:  Lean
 Siblings:  Milo & Buddy
 Relationship Status:  Single but ready to mingle
 Occupation:  Model & super service dog
 Favorite Dog Treat(s):  Antler Dog Chews
 Biggest Fears:  That darn vacuum