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In shelter Dog

Wantagh, NY, 11793
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This sweet, 3 year old boy came to us as a stray in November 2020, after being found by the police. Upon intake, Calvin was nervous but is now a calm, easy to walk, and a volunteer favorite. Calvin tested well with dogs and enjoys meeting them, and is starting to learn how to play with toys. Sadly, Calvin was adopted and after one day, (not nearly enough time to adjust into his new environment with new people), he was returned to us. His forever family will be one where he is allowed to decompress since he has only ever known shelter life. He needs his forever family to know he needs your patience as he navigates life outside of the shelter. He is active, loves to run and work for his food - so get yourself a good pair of sneakers; together you can go on some adventures. Calvin is looking for an adult only family with low traffic in their home. Calvin is still nervous with strangers - so we recommend slow introductions. If you are interested in learning more and getting the most up to date info on Calvin, please contact our placement team:

If you are interested in learning more, and getting the most up to date information on Calvin, please contact our placement team: 
T: 516.785.5220


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