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Luke Wilson   

In shelter Dog

Bristol, CT, 06010
Pet name:
Luke Wilson
Luke Wilson came in to animal control as a stray, along with Owen Wilson, who we presume to be his brother or of relation. They are roughly same age,size, with neatly identical looks. 

Both dogs have probably lived most of their short lives on a chain or locked in a kennel, they have worn their front teeth down a bit which is an indication that they were locked/chained and have tried to chew their way through the metal to get out. It is heartbreaking just thinking about it. 

Luke LOVES to play with other dogs and has been spening some time at the daycate before he headed to New England. Luke was with his TN foster mom for 2 weeks building up his confidence and showing him what love is and what its like to live INSIDE a home, and have humans who care for you. He loves meeting new people now and showing them love and getting pats from everyone. He has not been cat tested yet, he did well with children and was a bit shy and timid around new people at first, but warms up. He is crate trained, and housebroken, is neutered, utd on all vaccines and vetting.

Luke Wilson was adopted on February 23rd 2022, and is being returned to the rescue due to it not being a good fit for Luke or the family. Luke needs a more laid back lifestyle, and no small children. We suggest children 12 years and up. Luke does great with other dogs, we are unsure how he is with cats. Luke is in need of a foster, foster to adopt, or adopter by 09/16/2022.


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