FOSTER / FOSTER-TO-ADOPT NEEDED /// ARRIVES SATURDAY OCTOBER 15th
Lonnie was a stray in San Bernadino but this beautiful brown and white Boxer mix obviously had a family at some point, with his docked tail. The shelter estimated his age at 4 years and weight is 68 lbs. He was put on the euthanasia list when he didn't respond well to having shots by the intake staff but he immediately showed his wiggle butt personality with a warm and loving person. Watch his shelter video with our rescue partner here.
We pulled him from the boarding facility to our kennel to temp test him further, and he has proven to be a very loving boy, friendly to all people and the dogs he has meet. (Watch his temp test videos and playful nature with another dog).
Now he is ready for his forever home and is on his way to Seattle, arriving Saturday, October 15th.
We are looking for a foster home to care for this dog with a minimum 10-day commitment to help us asses the dog's personality and best fit in a forever home. We cover all veterinary expenses and can also reimburse for food for provide supplies, if necessary. Fosters have the first option to adopt with an approved application, however we do value fosters not adopting, as the more fosters we have, the more dogs we can save from the shelter!
If you can help, please email firstname.lastname@example.org ASAP!
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