Duo Looking for New Homes Separately


Adoption Events, Fostering Pets / Wednesday, March 25th, 2015
ZoarArnold_HeaderCan you picture your family with either Zoar or Arnold?

These 2 year old, neutered males are thought to be Lab/Husky/German Shepherd mixes. They’re brothers but we’re looking for separate homes where they can be loved as one-and-only dogs. Both are good with cats and children. They are intelligent dogs with big hearts and love attention. Both dogs have been raised indoors and love car rides, walks, cuddling, and treats of any kind. As with all energetic breeds, these boys need exercise daily. They have also been known to be master escape artists when left unattended in a fenced yard.

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Zoar (left) and Arnold (right) were rescued at 15 weeks old when they were abandoned at a church. But now grown, they’ve become competitive and both think they should be “top dog.”

For adoption at separate homes:

Post_ArnoldARNOLD is a happy, care-free pup full of jumps and cuddles. He loves to sleep beside his humans and rest his head on pillows. He listens to basic commands and does well on a leash.


 

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ZOAR is more solemn and calm. He gives kisses, loves attention, and despite his size thinks he’s the perfect lap dog.


 

For the opportunity to adopt either Zoar or Arnold, you can fill out the adoption application here or contact us at adopt@homewardboundwv.org

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