Four new dogs for adoption have been evaluated and added to the Lifeline Dog Rescue website and are available immediately. Meet Bert the Boxer Mix, plus purebred English Pointers Zippy, Angel, and Flounder. These are well adjusted dogs ready to move into a forever home.
L to R: Bert (male, 8 month old), Zippy (male, 9 years old), Angel, and Flounder (females, 7 years old)
Boxer Mix Rescue Dog for Adoption
Bert was a stray picked up by animal control in South Florida, and later transferred to Lifeline Dog Rescue in response to a social media blitz on his behalf. Bert suffered from mite infestation and kennel cough, and has been in rehabilitation at Lifeline for just under two months since the week before Christmas. He is fully recovered and should be ideal for a family with children, dogs, or cats.
Thanks to all the dog lovers who posted on Facebook and donated through ChipIn for their time, energy, and donations to save Bert from the risks associated with being in a public kill shelter.
Read more on the adoption profile for Bert the 8 month old Boxer Mix.
Purebred English Pointer Rescue Dogs for Adoption
Zippy, Angel, and Flounder are related purebred English Pointer dogs, and arrived at Lifeline Dog Rescue as owner surrenders. Zippy, age 9, is the chocolate and white father of the 2 black and white 7 year old twin sisters Angel and Flounder. We’d like to place the twins as a pair, or all 3 to one family, yet each is available as individuals.
These are happy healthy dogs. As sometimes happens, their human parents divorced and are moving to housing with pet restrictions. Evaluation of all 3 dogs at Lifeline Dog Rescue was brief. They are well behaved beautiful and healthy purebred English Pointers, and will make friendly and loyal companions to their new families.
Persons interested in these four new dogs should check out our Adoption Request Dog Rescue Form.