Looking Glass Animal Rescue is a 501c3 virtual rescue, using a network of dedicated fosters throughout the Northeast to care for our animals until adoption. You may be required to travel if approved for adoption.
Looking Glass Animal Rescue is a 501(c)(3) virtual rescue, using a network of dedicated fosters throughout the Northeast to care for our animals until adoption. You may be required to travel if approved for adoption.
Lanister is a 2 year old gorgeous hound/beagle mix was pulled from death row and is ready for a new beginning. He has a big heart and is confused as to how he got in this situation because he has so much love to give. He is heartworm negative and neutered which means he is ready for his new home! Lanister is arriving in just a few days - could there be a place in your heart and home for this handsome guy?
Update from foster mom:
Update on Lanister aka Lance. He is settling in nicely, gets along with my dog but working on the cats. Friendly to everyone we meet while walking to include children. Good dog, is house broken and will pretty much let me know when he had to go. Listens well and knows some simple commands eg sit and down. Have to work on walking on a lease. Has become my shadow. Very sweet, affectionate, a real cuddle buddy.
Applications can be submitted through https://lgarinc.org/adoption-application/. Please note that you must be 25 years of age to adopt and we reserve the right to refuse adoption to anyone. All applications are subject to review and approval and a tax-deductible adoption donation is required to be paid prior to adoption day.
Please note that you must be 25 years of age to adopt and we reserve the right to refuse adoption to anyone. Please be advised that we will not approve adoptions to persons who mislead or fail to provide accurate information on this application. Incomplete applications will not be processed.
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