An adotable dog in Medfield, MA
UPDATE 2/24: Roo has found his forever home with Michael and Stephanie S. in Holliston, MA
. Roo is a 2 year old, 65 LB Saluki/Greyhound mix. Roo has been adopted and returned 3 times. The first two times was because he was higher energy than the adopter had anticipated. He has settled down quite a bit since then now that he has gotten a bit older. This last time was because he slipped his collar and ran out into a busy street and the adopter felt she couldn't keep him safe. Despite his return history, this is a sweet sweet dog. His most recent adopter says that 'he is the most gentle dog I have ever met.' He gets along great with other dogs and is wonderful with people. He does have to be supervised when he's loose in the house because he is still in his 'getting into things' phase, but he is not hyper in the house, he is very relaxed. A fenced yard is a must for this guy, in a safe area. If his most recent adopter did not live near busy roads, she would have kept him.
Roo is not great around cats. He was found as a stray and is just loving life now that he has been rescued! He loves playing, but also enjoys his time relaxing with his people. If you are interested in giving Roo his forever home, please apply now. His adoption fee is $350.
Please complete an online APPLICATION if you wish to adopt. Just click on our rescue's name in this posting and you'll see the page with the application link. Forever Home Rescue New England is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. We are a network of foster homes in the South and the New England area. THERE IS NO SPECIFIC SHELTER LOCATION. If you wish to meet our dogs, you must first be approved by going through our application and screening process.
Forever Home Rescue suggests obedience training for all puppies and dogs. All dogs are up to date on their shots, dewormed and spayed or neutered. Vet fees, transport fee and New England quarantine fees ARE INCLUDED in each dog's adoption fee. Also, any dogs older than pups--even if they are not marked housetrained in their posting---usually housetrain within a day or two, because most are used to living outside in the south and will prefer to "do their business" outdoors.
Forever Home Rescue New England
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