Pet Adoption | R/F Humane Society: Moses Needs Liberation!

ADOPTED!

Say hello to one of the sweetest, gentlest dogs at the shelter. This golden boy is Moses, a 2 1/2 year old Carolina Dog/Retriever mix. He's a fairly big boy at about 5 lbs, but he's really a big 'ol mamma's boy - yep, he loves the ladies! We believe that he's a bit cautious of human males due to a few bad experiences in his former life, although he sure has warmed up to all of the men at the shelter that have been patient and given him the time to get to know that hands don't always hurt.

Most of you know the biblical story of Moses, the child found in the bulrushes, adopted & raised by royalty and who eventually led his people out of slavery into the Promised Land. Wouldn't it be wonderful for this Moses to have his family find him and take him to his own Promised Land - one filled with a grassy yard (no desert), a dish filled with doggie manna (and a few Pupperoni's) and his own people to love and cherish? Moses has said that he wouldn't mind a few commandments either, he'd need to be taught them as he's a tad lax in his Hebrew studies.

Moses is a special, loving, loyal dog that needs a family that he can share house, home and a special bond with. They wouldn't need to be royalty to have this guy bring them riches beyond their wildest dreams. Please stop out and meet this amazing dog.

The Humane Society and Adoption Center of Rockport/Fulton
1308 Myrtle St
361-729-8186

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