Thursday, August 20, 2009

Two Midwest Boys in DESPERATE Need!

I have just learned of two, mature, WONDERFUL male GSPs in need in the Midwest. The local rescue is full to BEYOND CAPACITY, so they simply cannot get thest guys out of the shelter.

Ranger (left photo) is a gentle boy, five years old. He was turned in by his owners because he was jumping their fence. He is a great guy, and would probably be fine with a 6ft fence (owners had 4ft), or invisible fence. I am told he prefers a home with older children. He would be a wonderful walking or hiking companion for an active family. Five years is YOUNG by GSP standards, so he'd be a FABULOUS exercise partner. Ranger is in Wichita, KS.

If you can provide a foster or adoptive home for Ranger, please contact:

Erica Davis
Shelter Operations Assistant & Rescue Coordinator

Office Hours: Mon-Fri 7:00am-4:00pm
Phone: 316-220-8714
edavis@kshumane. org

Jack (right photo) is an awesome boy! He is seven years young, active and very friendly. He was surrendered to a MO shelter due to financial strain on his family. They simply could not afford to keep Jack and his companion dog, so they both arrived together. She was adopted, leaving poor Jack all alone without his family OR his companion. He's so lonely, and just wants a family to call his own again. Won't you consider making room at your feet (or the end of your sofa) for Jack?

If you can offer a foster or adoptive home for Jack, please contact:

Jennifer Shive
Halfway Home Pet Adoptions
Adoption Coordinator
4400 Raytown Rd,
Kansas City, MO 64133

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