Hunter (11 year old black lab), Buddy (2 year old chocolate lab) dumped in a kill shelter.
Hunter and Buddy are still looking for a forever home where they can stay together. They are inside dogs and go outside to potty. They like to be inside and be around people. Hunter is older and needs frequent potty breaks but never has an accident in the house or at night. Also he does not do stairs. He'll go up a couple stairs but won't do a flight of stairs. Buddy was terrified of stairs when he first got here but he flies up and down them now. They both like to swim and love to play fetch although Buddy is more apt to do both while Hunter would rather lounge on his bed and chew on a toy.
They have been over kennel cough for weeks now and have both gone thru microfilariae treatment for HW. They are both very healthy and lively and need a home were they can get ALL the attention! They are both on HW preventative and flea/tick treatment once a month. They are UTD on alll shots and bortedella and will also be neutered. Their $100 adoption fee is to cover the cost of neutering at a low cost clinic. All other treatment costs have been taken care of by me and money raised in the chipin.
These two are about the sweetest dogs you will ever meet! They are fine around other dogs at the vet but unless you are experienced in introducing new dogs I think it'd be best if they were adopted to a family with no other dogs. Besides they deserve to get ALL the attention! They love to sleep in their dog beds but Buddy would rather sleep in bed with you.
Please read their story below and how they came to be with me. They were literally minutes from death and I can't imagine this world without these two love bugs in it! These two will bring many years of joy and love to one lucky family. Please call me, Jennifer Taylor, (956) 222-9071 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. Please crosspost so these guys can find a GREAT forever home! Thank you so much,
"Senior Pets: All They Need Is Love" is a quarterly newsletter and blog published by Joan Antelman that is dedicated to finding permanent, loving homes for displaced older dogs and cats in New York City and the surrounding area. Senior pets make wonderful, loving companions — no matter what their age! Please visit the rescue groups and shelters mentioned to see all the great, devoted cats and dogs who will be grateful and happy to live out their remaining days with you.