found a new home!
Plenty of my friends are looking
for one too. Find a pet to adopt.
I am already neutered, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and not good with cats.
I am a Lab mix guy about 2 years old and I weigh 45 pounds. I have had all of my shots and been neutered so I can go to meet you in “my” new home! I need a little help to be house-trained. Those funny-looking 2-legged creatures said I am also microchipped – whatever THAT is.
Wanna hear some more good stuff about me? OK, here goes. I am friendly with both men and women, older children and other dogs, large and small. I think I’m a lap dog because I like to sit on your lap and be held like a baby. My foster mom tells everyone about my PET ROCK! That’s right! I have a PET ROCK named Dwayne that I carry with me everywhere I go. Maybe that’s the same as a security blanket. I’m not sure. Anyway, when she tells the story, everyone smiles and pets me and loves on me a lot so, maybe you should have a PET ROCK, too! OR, I could be your best buddy and love on you a lot!
Can you stand hearing even more? I enjoy going on walks, runs, playing in water and swimming. I like toys and playing with other dogs. I rarely bark but I AM scared of loud noises. I am active, curious and playful.
My foster family loves me SO much that they only wants me to fly to my new home even if a pet transport truck was available. See my adoption information below.
If you would like to take me home (and you know you do), please email firstname.lastname@example.org and she can get me on my way to a new and loving home! My adoption fee is $650 USD and includes my vetting, neutering, microchip, health certificate, travel crate AND transportation on United Airlines from Houston, TX to areas in the Northeast U. S., North Central U. S., Northwest U. S., and Canada and will be arranged by the rescue group. (This is a courtesy posting.)
Watch this segment from the TODAY show: http://www.today.com/news/puppy-rescuer-takes-dogs-4-200-mile-odyssey-loving-arms-2D79517768
"The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated." Mahatma Gandhi