A doggo was able to finally find his fur-ever home four years after spending time at the Ontario County shelter. He was the longest resident at the Happy Trails Animal Shelter.
– A doggo was the longest resident at Happy Trails Animal Shelter.
– Thru the virtual adoption program, the doggo, named Brody, was finally adopted.
– The dog is a pit bull mix and arrived at the shelter in…
The five-year-old pit bull mix arrived at the shelter in 2016 after he was seized by police. The doggo had to be adopted by someone who had no other pets or small children so it was difficult to find a potential adopter. The dog, named Brody, was adopted thru the organization’s virtual adoption program. In a statement by Ontario County Humane Society Adoption Coordinator Erika Murphy, the doggo is an “incredibly special dog and is so deserving of this happy ending. Knowing that he’s finally home brings me so much joy. This is why we do what we do.” The dog was well-loved at the shelter so the adoption was bittersweet for them.
If you want to adopt a doggo from the virtual program, there are new cats and doggos to be part of the virtual meet and greets on the shelter’s Facebook page every Friday at 1 P.M.
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