Bogey was found wandering in the streets with a badly injured hip. It took some Good Samaritan’s a few days to convince him to come into the safety of rescue where he was treated for a dislocated hip and tail, most likely sustained after being hit by a car. His saviors raised the money to pay for his surgery and now he is healthy and ready to take on his new forever life.
Bogey is an older gentleman, we think he is around 7 years old, and shows the signs of nobody really caring for him much during his life. Despite maybe not having the best start in life, he is loving, loyal, and so very happy. He is currently about 60 pounds.
Bogey currently lives with another big dog who he loves to play tug with. After a good game of tug, it’s time for a nap in the warm sunshine. Being an older guy, his activity level is not super high, but he should still be placed with a family who plans to keep him active and getting plenty of exercise.
Bogey should be adopted by a family who understands that he will take time and patience as he acclimates into his new life. He may have accidents, chew on things he is not supposed to, and bark in his kennel. It can take dogs a few weeks to properly acclimate to their new lives, so he is seeking a family that can give him this time and work with him on becoming an even more awesome dog than he already is.
Bogey should be adopted by a family who plans to keep him indoors as part of a family - we do not adopt dogs into situations in which they will be left outside for extended periods of time unattended (for example, the entire work day).
Bogey is fully vetted (neutered, shots, microchip) and has no known health or allergy issues.
The first step in our adoption process is to fill out an application via our website which you can access via the following link: https://reggiesfriends.org/adoptables/
If you have any questions about Bogey or our adoption process, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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