Reed is a happy go lucky boy despite his most recent events. He was adopted from our partner shelter about 1 year ago. Unfortunately, instead of returning him back to the shelter when they no longer wanted him, they gave him away. The folks who took him in decided they too did not want him, so they drove up to the service road in front of the shelter, threw his kong toy out of the car, and when Reed went to retrieve it they drove off. The animal control officer who witnessed it was in absolute disbelieve. Through all that Reed has not been phased at all!
He loves going to the dog park and romping with his canine friends. He loves every single human he meets and doesn't seem to know any strangers! Reed is a happy, happy boy who wants nothing more in life than to love and be loved. He's eager to please and already knows sit and down. We think he'd be a great candidate for further training.
Reed is SO ready to have a true forever family. We hope you'll consider this very deserving boy!
Name: Reed Howes
Breed: Boxer-Labrador mix (best guess)
Age: Approx 2 years old
Weight: 40 pounds
Spayed/Neutered: Yes, on 9/1/16
Vaccinations: Up to date 8/24/16
Heartworm: Negative as of 09/16/16
BASED ON OUR OBSERVATIONS:
Cats: Passed initial cat test. May do well after proper introductions. Does not reside with a cat
Kids: Yes, has interacted with a 10 year old and done well
Adoption Donation: $450
Dogs transported to New England are done so at a fee of $125.00 paid directly to the transporting company by Paws New England; no additional transport costs are responsibility of adopter. This fee is included in the adoption donation.
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