Mary is a 1-1/2 year old Shepherd/Rottweiler mix. She was found in Southern Georgia as a stray. To make matter worse, she was pregnant with 8 puppies. Fortunately for Mary a very nice woman took her in and delivered all her pups and cared for Mary like her own dog.
Mary is a friendly, loving dog who likes swimming in the pool, going for car rides, and meeting new people. She would also do well in a house with a special needs child. Mary loves other dogs and cats too.
Mary knows the commands sit and stay. She walks well on the leash. While Mary is an active dog and loves to run and play, she also loves to lounge on the couch and receiving belly rubs. Mary has a big heart and has a lot of love to give. She is up-to-date with her vaccinations, micro-chipped, and spayed.
For more information on Mary or any of the other dogs available through Home for Good Dog Rescue visit the Home for Good website (www.homeforgooddogs.org), call (908) 598-8212 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. If you are considering adopting Mary or one of the other Home for Good dogs, please complete an online application. A pre-approved application is required for all “meet and greets” and adoptions.
Let’s help Mary and her HFG friends find their new “forever” homes!
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The Next Home for Good Dog Rescue Dog Adoption Event is this Saturday!
Home for Good Dog Rescue Dog 4th Annual Bark-A-Que:
Home for Good Dog Rescue is holding its 4th Annual Bark-A-Que on Saturday Sept. 6, 2014 at the Summit Village Green (Maple Street & Broad Street), in Summit, NJ from 11 am to 4 pm.
Join Home for Good Dog Rescue as it celebrates its 4th Anniversary with a day of fun in the park. All families and leashed canines are welcome for a fun-filled day which includes dog adoptions, dog contests, children’s activities, a micro-chipping clinic, various vendors, food, entertainment, photos with your pet and more.
Volunteering and Fostering Opportunities:
Now that summer is almost over, what are you going to do? Why not consider volunteering or fostering? Home for Good Dog Rescue is always looking for volunteers and fosters. The Junior Volunteer program is open to teens, 16 years old and older. To find out more about volunteering or fostering visit the Home for Good website.
Home for Good is a volunteer-based, 501(c)(3) non-profit dog rescue dedicated to saving the lives of dogs in high kill shelters. We are a network of foster homes committed to the well-being of dogs and strive to give the dogs another chance at life. Our mission is to rescue, nurture and place adoptable dogs of all breeds into loving homes for good. Your home is the best shelter a dog can have.
Robert Barnes is a Volunteer with Home for Good Dog Rescue. He can be contacted at email@example.com
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