A Dog Who Has Sadly Been in the Shelter the Longest
This wonderful mixed-breed is among the longest to stay in residence at the Monmouth County SPCA and is so deserving of a forever home. Here’s why:
Dilbert is a one-and-a-half year old Terrier mix who was found as a stray. He is a lively boy who loves to play, likes people, and will get into your lap to give kisses. His tail never stops wagging. Dilbert knows ‘sit’, ‘stay’, and ‘come’. He’s very gentle and also loves to play with other dogs.
Dilbert has stayed in a volunteer’s home and has done great. He loves to romp and run. He plays hard and then he sleep hard! He is a wonderful cuddlebug on the couch and he doesn’t even snore! Dilbert plays well with all the toys in the toy basket, too, and knows ‘leave it’, ‘drop it’ and is doing well with ‘down’. He loves reward treats.
Moreover, Dilbert is HOUSETRAINED! He is not destructive when left alone, and doesn’t bark when left alone.
The MCSPCA Adoption Counselors think he’d be best in a home without cats or very small dogs.
Dilberts foster mom says that he is a very funny boy that will make you laugh and is oh-so-sweet. And he thinks your job is to play with him!
Can you adopt Dilbert? Or do you know someone who can?
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The Monmouth County SPCA is out in the community a lot, and this weekend they are participating in two unique outreaches.
On Sunday, May 18th, 2014, the Monmouth County SPCA will join Meridian Health in Painting the Town Pink at the Woodmere School in Eatontown.
They will also participate in the annual Keansburg Memorial Day Parade on Sunday, May 18th, 2014.