Ray is looking for his forever home. We rescued him from off the NYCACC urgent listing. Ray is up to date on shots, good with all people and other dogs. This is what his foster mom says: "Ray is a 2 time death row survivor. He is so cute and sweet that I can't believe someone left him. He is about a year and a half old, 45lb of all muscle. They say he's a lab and Pitt mix. He's super loving, loves to snuggle with his human. He enjoys learning new tricks. Right now he knows sit, come, leave it, stay and no. Leave it is his favorite. I can throw a treat at him and say leave it. He will sit their frozen in time and won't touch it until I tell him ok. He's a bit afraid of strangers, especially men, but he's gotten a lot better. He is crate trained. He gets along with most dogs and loves to play. He can play a bit rough so I don't recommend little animals, but he does respect my little dog. However, he chased my cat, so I don't let them alone together. He loves to chase bugs. He will climb a tree to get one if he can. He is lightning fast and loves to run around the yard. He needs a special someone who can give him the one on one love that he deserves. " If you would like to adopt Ray, please put your application in here: http://www.rescuedogsrocknyc.org
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