This week we’re featuring a dog named Coal.
November is Adopt a Senior Pet month, so we’re kicking off this month with Coal, a 9-year-old dog rescued when the county shelter ran out of space and had to consider euthanizing him.
Coal’s foster mom wasn’t ready to add another dog to the household, but she couldn’t let this sweet dopey boy perish, so she rushed over to get him and now he’s awaiting his forever family.
Coal is a mature gentleman who has a little trouble seeing and hearing, so he might not be the best fit for homes with small children, but he isn’t completely blind or deaf and he still plays a lot.
Coal gets along great with other dogs, he’s crate-trained, and according to his foster mom, he has a bladder of steel.
If you can offer our sweet boy a retirement home, visit SecondChanceNC.org to learn more about him and apply to adopt!