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 good with cats.
Handsome Shane has a beautiful red/gold coat, weighs about 50 pounds, and is two years old. A DNA test showed him to be a Golden Retriever/Boxer mix. He is a well-mannered walking companion and enjoys running and playing in the shelter yard. Shane is a friendly dog who loves attention and affection and being petted. He has one of those happy doggy faces that looks like he is smiling at you. Shane is a bright dog who wants to please and should be easy to train. He does well with people of all ages and also gets along with other dogs. Shane was tested with cats and did really well, he was friendly and did not try to chase. He went to the vet for his final health checks before traveling and he was SO sweet with everyone. He can be a little shy at first but then relaxes and is friendly with everyone.
Shane was originally confiscated along with 24 other dogs in a hoarding case and taken in by one of our southern partner shelters. He had lived his entire life on a four foot chain prior to being rescued. What an upgrade in life he has gotten! After a lengthy court process, the dogs were surrendered to their facility and Shane has blossomed with the love and attention from the staff and volunteers who care for him. He was shy at first, but now trots happily at your side on daily walks and enjoys being petted. It has been such a joy to see him experience the freedom to run and play, have fun with toys, and savor treats. He is such a sweet dog!
To apply to adopt this dog, please visit our web site to access our application and learn more about adoption through Lucky Pup Rescue, https://sites.google.com/site/luckypuprescue33/, or request an application via email, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note, we do not have a physical location, but we are supported by a network of wonderful foster homes that are spread throughout New England. A dog will need to be visited by a prospective adopter in the foster home where they are feeling safe and comfortable.
Thank you for considering rescue!