Macy (wearing the black leash) and Maxwell (wearing the blue leash) are 5 months old. They are about 40 pounds and have a bit of growing to do.
They came from Southern Georgia where they were found in a high kill shelter. Macy and Maxwell were both due to be euthanized in September for the lack of space. Luckily, Home For Good volunteers, who were in Georgia at the time, could not let them be killed and transported them both to New Jersey for local adoption.
Macy and Maxwell have so much life left in them. They are both shy and a little under-socialized; but once you show them love and affection, they come right out of their shell. Macy and Maxwell are both up-to-date with vaccinations and are micro-chipped.
This updated information is from Maxwell's foster mom: "Maxwell is a super sweet puppy! When we first met him, he was so nervous and shy. After a little bit of playing and some love, he opened right up. He loves cuddling up on the couch as much as giving kisses and rolling around in the grass. He would be a great addition to a family looking to help him come out of his shell even more."
For more information on Macy and Maxwell or any of the other dogs available through Home for Good Dog Rescue, visit the Home for Good website, call (908) 598-8212 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are considering adopting Macy and Maxwell or one of the other Home for Good dogs, please complete an online application at www.homeforgooddogs.org. A pre-approved application is required for all “meet and greets” and adoptions.
Next Home for Good Dog Rescue Dog Adoption Events:
Saturday, Oct. 13 & Sunday, Oct. 14 at:
145 Promenade Blvd.
Bridgewater, NJ 08807
From 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
About Home for Good Dog Rescue: Home for Good is a volunteer-based, 501(c) (3) non-profit animal rescue. Our mission is to rescue, nurture and adopt dogs into loving homes for good. We are a network of foster homes committed to the well-being of adoptable dogs. Home for Good rescues dogs from high-kill shelters. We strive to give the dogs another chance at life. Since its founding in August 2010, Home for Good has successfully placed over 1,200 dogs into permanent “forever” homes.