Dog Found in Asbury Park Needs a Home
Meet Captain, our Point Pet of the Week, who has the floppiest adorable ears!
Captain was brought to the Monmouth County SPCA as a stray found running loose in Asbury Park. He is a big boy who is so goofy that you will instantly fall in love with him. He is a Terrier mix and it is estimated that he is about 1-and-a-half years old. (Looks to me like he has some Great Dane in him!)
This cutie pie does best with adults since he doesn't know just how strong he really is -- he is described as an adorable 'bull in a china shop,' lol! He loves to play, especially with tennis balls. In fact, he'll play fetch for hours if you have the time.
Captain also loves other dogs and enjoys a good tumbling session in the park with his canine friends. Some of this precious dog's favorite activities include outings to the beach with his volunteer friends. He's a real beach boy -- loves jumping the waves and even trying to catch them in his mouth as he bites at the rolling water.
The volunteers love this dog so much that sometimes they take him home for sleepovers. They report that he is very well-behaved in the car and a delight to have in their homes. He sleeps in a bed made for a king and has not had any accidents in anyone's homes.
If you'd like to meet Captain, please visit him at the Eatontown location at 260 Wall Street during their new adoptions hours: Noon - 7 Wednesdays through Fridays, Noon to 5 Saturdays through Mondays (closed Tuesdays.) For more info, call 732-542-4552 or email email@example.com. Adoption counselors will answer all of your questions.
And don't forget to sign up to walk your dog in the 2017 Dog Walk and Pet Fair on Saturday, April 29th at Brookdale Community College in Lincroft from 10 am - 3 pm.. The MCSPCA will use the money raised to save even MORE animals! This year they will have some new vendors, and some of your favorites from years past. Come hungry for the food trucks and don't forget to brush up on your canine's tricks for the pet trick contest. There will be so many fun things to do with your dog.