My name is Hank!

Black Mouth Cur/Labrador Retriever Mix Dog for adoption in Manhasset, New York - Hank
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Long Road Home Rescue

Facts about Hank

  • Breed: Black Mouth Cur/Labrador Retriever Mix
  • Color: Tan/Yellow/Fawn - With Black
  • Age: Young
  • Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
  • Sex: Male
Hank is the sweetest dog we have ever had. He is wonderful with everyone! Hank is a gentle giant. He always wants to be on a lap or next to the couch. When his foster parent watches TV he enjoys curling up on the dog bed and having a few good dreams. Hank has a soft spot for children. Like a typical big boy, he is very gentle and just all around mushy! He is active, without being hyperactive, and he needs a little exercise every day. He adores to swim, run, and play fetch. He will be very loyal to his family. Hank is highly intelligent and highly trainable. Being very well socialized he is a wonderful dog to take the dog park so he can stretch his legs and goof around with other playmates. He would be a wonderful companion for any home looking for a large love bug!

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About Long Road Home Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

Long Road Home Rescue, Inc is a fully incorporated non-profit rescue. We a run completely by the donations from people like you!

We are completely foster based and always need more foster parents or volunteers who want to work with our dogs. We do have trainers who evaluate and rehabilitate our dogs.

What we need for donations:
-dog beds
-dog food
-leashes & collars
-vet visits
-frontline & heartworm preventative

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Donate to Our Rescue Group...

We greatly appreciate all of our sponsors. Every penny counts in the rescue world. If you only have a dollar to give that's a dollar that we can put towards food or vetting for a dog that is dieing. Please help us by donating today!

Come Meet Our Pets...

We are completely foster based program.Our dogs are located throughout the island waiting to meet and greet with their future families.

If you would like to contribute to help save a dog. We are in great need of loving people who are willing to commit their time to our wondeful dogs.

Here's some ways to help:

Do you have some space in your house but don't want permanent family addition? Do you want to teach your kids some responsibility but not make a 15 year commitment? Consider becoming a foster parent!
Foster parents are wonderful people who dedicate their home and their time to our dogs for a little bit of time. A dog will be placed into your home to love and enjoy until they find a forever home. We provide the food, bedding and crates for our dogs. They will go into your home after they have been fully vetted. We do ask that you give our dogs lots of love and attention. We will also ask for up to date photos to get some exposure for the dogs. Our rescue cannot survive without our wonderful foster

If you are not able to foster we still would love to work with you! We are always in need of committed volunteers who like to do events. We are always interested in community involvement as well as doing Expos. If you are enthusiastic about being involved in the community and love animals we need your help! Expos and events are normally on the weekends so we welcome you to bring your friends to keep company and promote the work that we do. We never do on site adoptions so there is no stress at all. We normally bring one or two of our dogs to events. Call us today if you're interested!

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Our Adoption Process...

The process is simple:

1. Email with an inquiry about the dog you are interested in. If you are just ready to adopt but are not sure which of our dogs would be best suited our experts would be happy to advise in the best fit for your home.

2. We will send you an application for more information about your and your family. Upon receiving the filled out application we will set up a meet-and-greet.

3. The meet-and-greet is where you and your family get to meet our dogs. Please understand that our dogs are in foster homes so we must plan around your schedule and theirs. An average meet and greet will happen either on a weekend or a week day evening; it will last about an hour.

4. Lastly we bring the dog to your home. This is the final step in the adoption process. We try to bring the dogs into a new home on a friday or saturday so you have time to adjust the dog into your home before starting work again. If you have any other animals a trainer will assist in bring the dog into your house.

Our most important goal is for you and our dog to be as comfortable and happy!