Gentle 'Bing' is a one-year old lab/terrier mix -mostly lab. He is beautiful, kind and totally non-aggressive! He weighs about 50 pounds and is neutered, fully vetted and heartworm negative. His fur is jet-black and silky smooth, with a single white stripe that starts at his chin, widens across his chest and continues to his belly.
He has shown absolutely no aggression towards people or other dogs, either in his current home, or during three weeks at a boarding facility, or prior to that when he stayed overnight at a vet's office. (He became a favorite with the boarding facility staff!)
This poor young fellow was left completely alone for over a week in his Norcross apartment when the owner was evicted.
He is not at all dominant dog and loves to play with other dogs! He looks away from a dominant dog, and he removes himself from the vicinity of irritable or aggressive dogs. He can be very energetic in spurts, which is probably the remaining 'puppy' in him. If Bing finds a willing playmate, he is extremely playful!
Despite his recent circumstances, Bing is a totally happy, easy, sweet, and well-behaved fellow! He is attentive to people, a quick learner and very eager to please!
Bing has lived long enough in stress, neglect and chaos! He is ready for a safe and happy 'forever' home. He would thrive in a home with other dogs, single adult(s) or a dog-experienced family. (He met a 4-year-old girl the other day and, though he was exuberant, he was thoroughly gentle and loving.)
To meet Bing is to love Bing!
If you would like to meet Bing, contact A Welcome Home Animal Rescue and visit our website at www.awhar.org.
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