Please meet Fassa’s new friend Domino. Update: 1-31-12 Domino continues to search for a new fur-ever home. We realize, but don’t understand why it is more difficult to re-home a black dog. She is absolutely beautiful with a personality to match. When Domino’s primary caregiver had passed, her training had stopped. She needs to brush up on what she had learned previously. Please help us find this girl a home that will be patient with her and give her the attention and time she needs. She is a boxer lab mix with more than enough love to give any family. She just turned 2 last month. If you would like to meet Domino please complete an Adoption Application found under the Adoption tab. If you are already an approved home, please simply email us at firstname.lastname@example.org….Remember, “nothing ventured, nothing gained.” Enjoy her new pics!
Domino is a beautiful, female Boxer Lab mix. She’ll be two years old on 12/15/11. She is spayed and upto date on her vaccines. Domino finds herself in Rescue because her human Dad and brother and sister are grieving the sudden loss of Domino’s human Mom. Domino’s family are now away from the home for long periods of time and her human family knows this isn’t right. Her family knows she needs more attention, time and space than what they are able to provide. The family has moved to rental property and Domino now has to stay in the basement. Before this move Domino was able to roam freely. Domino’s mom was home during the day and the person that had spent the most time with her. Domino, along with her family have and continue to go through many transitions that have become quite overwhelming. Domino has been well cared for by her family and is well loved as they realize she deserves more than what they can give her.
Domino is a very active girl and loves to run in a fenced in yard. She would be a great running or walking companion. She is fully housebroken and is crate trained. She would be best suited in a home as an only dog. She knows “sit,” however needs some leash training as she tends to pull. Domino’s favorite toys are a rope toy, ball, and even a stick from the yard. She would do best in a home where the children are over 10 years old.
If you are the home that is able to give Domino the time and stability she is searching for, please fill out an application under the Adoption tab at the top of the page. She will make a great companion for a lucky family. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us at 856 889-0832.