Pet Adoption | R/F Humane Society: Need Comforting? Ask For Reed!


October in many parts of the country illicit thoughts of warm sweaters, fluffy socks, soft quilts and most of all; comfort foods! You know the kind of things that make you feel all snugly & loved. Rich, hearty beef stew, cinnamon scented apple crisp and mugs of creamy hot cocoa come to mind. If these things are what give you that warm, fuzzy feeling, then you need to come out to the shelter and meet Mr. Reed.

This young (almost 4 years old) Chocolate Labrador is the epitome of comfort. His beefy size begs for hugs, and his super sweet personality could almost create a tooth cavity. And best of all is that ultra-smooth deep chocolate coat of his - he's even got the marshmallow right in the center of his chest!

Reed is going to be one heck of a sofa thief though - he's gotten quite used to being an indoor kinda guy. He's had to be inside during his heartworm treatment, and we're afraid that, because he's a staff favorite, he got kind of spoiled; what with the A/C, soft blankets in his kennel and all those hand fed tidbits.

Other than being a real affection hound, Reed is healthy, neutered and up to date on his shots. Come on out and take home your daily dose of comfortable.

The Humane Society and Adoption Center of Rockport/Fulton
1308 Myrtle St

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