Randal Sweet Boy Needs A Break!   

In shelter Dog

Norwalk, Connecticut, 06853
Terrier, Mixed
Black with White
Lost or found date:
Pet name:
Randal Sweet Boy Needs A Break!
Coat length:
Randall- 5 years, altered, male, 57lbs     The handsomest boy, Randall, has been down on his luck and would really love to get the heck out of the shelter. This sweet boy has spent too much time waiting for his perfect person- perfect home- and he's starting to wonder if he ever will. Randall is a popular fella here to the say the least. He loves snuggling with our staff and volunteers and going out to doggy playgroup everyday! Any chance he gets to go outside and adventure, he takes full advantage of.   Randall was originally picked up by Animal Control and brought to BARCS after he was dumped in the finder's yard- wearing two collars and a shock collar, reportedly. While we're unsure of much when it comes to Randall's history, it's clear that he's never been given the time of day. Randall is a super nice and affectionate boy, but would benefit from some basic training and obedience, as he tends to get mouthy when excited or worked up.   Randall is an otherwise young and healthy fella that is already neutered, but he does have a grade 1/6 heart murmur and should have an echo. A full medical summary can be provided upon request.   Since he's been in and out of our shelter for so long, the stress is starting to show. He doesn't enjoy returning to his kennel, which makes it hard on staff and volunteers as well having to leave him behind. Randall would really love rescue- and a quiet foster home- where he can finally decompress and learn how to be the very best boy we all know he can be. He is available immediately for pick-up.   Please let us know if your organization can help!   Thank you, The BARCS Rescue Team  


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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