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Puppy of the Day: Apollo

Apollo is a big boy at 3 years old, with an even bigger personality. He loves to play and prefers his toys to be as big as he is. Since coming to Animal Rescue Fund, Apollo has learned basic commands and is very treat-motivated to learn even more. He is strong on the leash, so an experienced owner used to handling big dogs would be best. He is crate-trained and seems to prefer female canine companions. Since he is a large dog, a home with older children and a fully fenced yard is required. If you want to make Apollo yours, visit www.arfhamptons.org. (Credit: Newsday / Raychel Brightman)

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