* The Partnership for Animal Welfare (PAW) is seeking a loving home for Homer! He is a neutered 3-year-old, 58-pound Boxer mix. Although Homer was quite sick when he was first rescued, he won hearts wherever he went. Shelter staff and then PAW volunteers were all touched by his sweet and gentle nature. After Homer came to PAW, people who had helped save and transport him have continued to ask about him. They just can't forget this super-special boy.
* Medication, kind and caring fosters, lots of good food, and a soft place to sleep have made all the difference. Homer is now at his correct weight and looks just great, as you can see. Now—he just needs to find his forever home. Homer's foster mom says he is a perfect houseguest: 100% house trained, good on a leash and in the car, and always ready with doggie kisses. He’s never happier than when he’s Velcro’ed to his people.
* Homer has been going to training classes and is an excellent student! He's gained confidence and become more relaxed. He’s learned to sit/stay, touch, watch, and go to bed (sometimes). He has also learned to wait patiently for his dinner but isn't above a bit of counter surfing if no one is looking. Homer is curious but uncertain when meeting new dogs and would prefer to be an only dog. He’ll do best in a calm, dog-experienced, adult-only household. Homer really enjoys his training classes and would benefit greatly if his new family continued them.
For more info or to meet Homer, please send an email to email@example.com or call 240-505-0577.
Partnership for Animal Welfare (PAW): An All-volunteer Non-profit Rescue Group