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Name: Bruno
Approximate breed: mix
Gender: Male
Approximate age: 9 months (DOB 8/28/23)
Approximate weight: TBD lbs
Vetting/Vaccinations: Up to date
Spayed/Neutered: Yes
Good with Children: Yes, 10+yo
Good with Dogs: Yes, outside home
Good with Cats: Unknown
Housetrained: Yes
Crate Trained: Yes
Ideal Family: Only dog
Adoption Fee: $550.00

Introducing Bruno! Bruno was born in Puerto Rico and is part of Mama Luna’s Litter. He was raised in a home setting and waited patiently for a flight over to New England to find his forever home. He found a family that loves him, however he and the resident dog are having some sibling jealousy and it’s least stressful for them to help Bruno find a home of his very own. He gets along with other dogs at doggy boarding and such, but in the home he’d love to be the only pup. He’s a ham that loves positive attention and snuggles, so your home will be plenty filled with love! He’s rather shy and is working on his confidence around new people, so he would love a patient home that will provide consistency, routine, and positive reinforcement to help him build his confidence. He’s pretty good on leash, is potty & crate trained, and knows some basic cues like sit/down/wait. He loves chew toys and would be thrilled with a doggy toy box! He’s good with kids, but we’d recommend older/bigger ones since he’s working on his confidence and kiddos can be a little loud and surprising for a shy demeanor. He’s very sweet and can’t wait to have a loving family of his own to grow up with 

Does Bruno sound like the sweetie for you? Fill out an adoption application today! Fill out an adoption application today!

All of our available adoptable dogs are on Facebook, Petfinder, and our website. If a dog is no longer listed it means they have an adoption pending.

We are a nonprofit organization - all adoption fees go towards the rescue, veterinary care, and transportation of these dogs in order to get them ready for their forever homes.

We are a shelterless rescue. All of our dogs are housed in foster homes to help them de-stress and get used to a home environment while they await adoption, giving us the opportunity to understand their personalities and needs.

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