Imagine spending a lifetime without the love of your own family…without a home to call your very own. This is the reality for a handsome dog named Reagan, a dog who has lived an astonishing 10 years without a home.
Reagan, a Labrador retriever mix, is being cared for by the SPCA in Cattaraugus County (Olean, New York). Reagan’s Petfinder biography offers a glimpse into this homeless dog’s personality:
My name’s Reagan and it’s about time I find my forever family! I have so much to offer a family. I love going to festivals, craft shows, and state parks. Some of my favorite places are Angelica, Pumpkinville, (love going on hayrides, baby!), and Allegany State Park. I love long walks and going swimming in Cuba Lake. I am very friendly with all people.
Reagan’s ideal family will be an adult home (or one with older children) and no cats or other “small critters.” Reagan’s biography explains:
I must go to a home without cats or little “critters,” because I have a high prey drive and the desire to chase and harrass geese and cats. I also would do best in a home with older children. When given exercise, experiences, and love, I am a very calm, contented dog.
Reagan has waited far too long for his own family – please take a moment to network his information and help him find a loving home!
Petfinder biography here.
PO Box 375
2944 Route 16-N
Olean, NY 14760
From Reagan’s Facebook page: Anyone interested in adopting him, please contact Megan at (716) 785-4705 or email her at MAHONEMT@bonaventure.edu.
Facebook page here.
Website for the animal shelter here.
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