They’re desperately trying to search out this hound a house for the vacations.
An animal shelter in Newark is hoping certainly one of its longtime canine residents can be adopted soon.
Six-year-old Red has spent two years on the Associated Humane Societies in Newark, N.J.. and the shelter is noticing the “once rambunctious and full of life spirited dog is now melancholy and depressed.”
“Our staff comprehend it, our volunteers know it- however the world doesn’t seem to grasp Red is an incredible dog,” the shelter posted on its Facebook page.
“2 years is an unreasonably very long time for boy like Red to be on the shelter and it shows.”
It even shared a link where interested Good Samaritan dog lovers can apply to adopt Red.
“Red is dog friendly and an amazing dog for a house with adults,” the post continued. “At 6 years old Red has spent 1/3 of his life behind a kennel door. Can a compassionate and understanding family take Red under their wing- either through foster or adoption?”
Heart & Soul Dog Rescue Inc., which relies in Lyndhurst, N.J., can also be helping to position Red in a loving home. The nonprofit rescue group posted his photos on its Facebook page, adding “every little thing you would like is free even his training.”
On Oct. 29, Heart & Soul’s co-founder and president made a plea on Facebook, which Associated Humane Societies’ Newark branch shared.
“How is it that nobody has gone right down to meet this amazing dog,” he said.
“I believe the shelter life is beginning to hit him. When he’s outside with me he just sits on the sidewalk and cries.”