Please note that since TAGS is a smaller volunteer program, we are limited to adoptions within the Durham Region area. We encourage those applicants who apply outside of the area to check your local shelters and rescue programs. We are always happy to refer you to a program in your area.
Pick any of Bruce Wayne’s poses and each is a gem, showing off his lush black beauty to paw-fection. Having entered our care due to a change in his family’s circumstances, he LOVES everyone he meets, eagerly making them his new best friends. Very sweet and oh-so-cuddly, when he’s not snuggling, he’s either joyously running loose in the fenced backyard or playing fetch, where he excels at catching! He rides well in the car, gets along with older respectful children (he does not like having his collar pulled), yet he’s fearful of both dogs and cats, preferring his own company to theirs. Cheerfully vocal, he’s fully house but not crate trained, and is left free on his own during the day. Now ready for the next chapter in his life, he’s hoping to find new people to love.
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