June 27, 2016


Critter Chronicles: Justice

There’s no justice in this world if Justice doesn’t find a loving home.  This absolutely lovable boy was found wandering by the director of Friendship one morning as he arrived to work.  He was emaciated, his tail needed to be amputated and he was heartworm positive.  Through all his healing he was the nicest, best-behaved dog you could ever ask for and continues to be.   This sweetheart got healthy and was adopted.  Now the other dog in the home does not like Justice, causing the family to return him to Friendship.  Justice is house trained and is fine with other dogs and cats.  He likes kids too but because of his age they should be 10 or older so they don’t jump on him.  Justice is just an awesome dog that certainly deserves an awesome home.  Stop by Friendship and check him out.

If you have kids and/or another dog in your family and are interested in adopting a Friendship dog please bring them with you for a meet and greet. No appointment is necessary. Stop by anytime during regular business hours.

BREED/DESCRIPTION:  Greyhound/shepherd  mix
SEX: Male
NEUTERED/SPAYED: Yes, neutered; shots current
AGE: 8 years old
WEIGHT: 45 pounds
ORGANIZATION: Friendship APL of Lorain County, 8303 Murray Ridge Road, Elyria, OH 44035
CONTACT: adoptions@friendshipapl.org or (440) 322-4321
WEBSITE: www.friendshipapl.org

For more pets seeking homes, check out the Critter Chronicles column every Sunday in The Chronicle-Telegram. If you work or volunteer for a nonprofit pet adoption agency and would like to see your pets included in Critter Chronicles, please email skline@chroniclet.com