2 year old Boomer is brand new to GSROC and so very happy to have another chance at a happy life.
You see, he has had some challenges in his search for a happy life.
He was a three-time loser, so GSROC knew that we had to turn things around for him. Originally, Boomer arrived at the shelter last December as a stray and no owner reclaimed him. Shortly thereafter, he was adopted, but that ended when his adopter was incarcerated. Boomer was homeless again. He thought his luck had finally changed when he was adopted by a family with children. Sadly, the family returned him because he was too mouthy for small children.
This fellow is very big and strong, but he has a gentle demeanor. He had no manners but he is tired of being tossed from home to shelter to home to shelter. Let’s make his next home his forever home!
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