Meet the dog currently known as “Truck”. If ever there were a more unfortunate and less-fitting name for a dog, we’re not sure what it would be.
This boy came to rescue as an honorary big fluffy dog and we want him to find that perfect home. Because he is a nondescript, average black dog, he stood no chance of adoption where he was, so we took him in with us. He is 2 years old, very sweet and outgoing, bouncy and active and at about 45 pounds, he’s a nice size. He is generally good with other dogs, but we would suggest that he go to a home with dogs that are not dominant and that are tolerant of bouncy dogs. No one hates a bouncy young dog more than a lazy old dog, so think about your current dog when contemplating this boy. We have never had him with cats, but we suspect cats would be fun to chase as he is simple a ball-chasing fiend. This boy is in Connecticut and he needs a foster or forever home. If you can a) name that dog! and b) provide a safe and happy home for him either permanently or temporarily, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Meet Max and Zack. These 11-year-old brothers were surrendered by their owners to a shelter because they were old and they no longer wanted them. Their time is almost up and no one has shown any interest in adopting these two dogs. They are good boys and deserved a better end than at the end of a needle in a loud, scary shelter. If you can help these boys find a home, please email Karen at email@example.com. She is working to save their lives.
Denver is an owner surrender 7 year old male yellow Dudley lab. Denver has had kind of a rough time lately. He was mistreated by a young child in his previous home and he is now anxious and sad. Denver needs a New England foster home to help him get settled again. Denver takes medications for a thyroid condition, but he is otherwise in good condition. He does well with other dogs and cats. He needs a foster by Saturday or else he will end up in boarding for now which we think will scare him. If you can help, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.