This Good Old Boy is Looking for Love
Amos wants to know: Will you be his Valentine?
Do you know someone who would love a good old boy like Amos?
Even though Amos is an older dog, he’s still as sweet as ever and in need of a good home for his golden years.
Amos is a 7-year-old yellow lab that was trained at Crossroads Correctional Center in Cameron, Missouri.
He showed up one day at a farmer’s house and wouldn’t leave. The farmer couldn’t keep him, so he surrendered Amos to Cameron Animal Control.
Amos passed his Canine Good Citizenship Test and is ready for adoption. He is a very gentle dog and loves all people and other dogs.
His only drawback is his inability to get along with cats. In all other respects, Amos is very well-behaved and does well with children as well.
Anyone interested in giving this loving lab a good home can call the Cameron shelter at (816) 632-2177.
Every month Wayward Dogs features an adoptable dog like Amos from the Missouri Puppies for Parole program. However, it’s very close to Valentine’s Day and there are lots of single dogs out there.
Come back tomorrow to meet another very special P4P dog. In the meantime, check out the available puppies at P4P’s brand new website!
Posted on February 9, 2013, in Dogs, Dogtography and tagged Cameron, Crossroads Correctional Center, farm dog, Missouri, Missouri Puppies for Parole, senior dog for adoption, yellow labrador. Bookmark the permalink. 10 Comments.