Mushy Mastiff came in as a stray at shelter and is now looking for love

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At the Monmouth County SPCA, a “mushy Mastiff” arrived at the shelter as a stray and no one stepped up to claim him nor have there been any reports received at surrounding shelters or with the police. How does a 130-pound dog become lost and no one even looks for him?

The two-year-old friendly boy is now in the market for a loving home. He meets people with a kindly drool and loves to go for walks. He does pull on the leash, and therefore will need a human who can handle this “house-horse on a leash.” Kong has since been outfitted with a harness and is getting better.

“Kong does get a bit excited off-leash and does zoomies so we recommended he be placed with older, sturdier teens that can’t be bulldozed over.”

On leash, Kong seems to be dog selective and prefer males but due to size differences, we haven’t been able to have him play off leash with anyone yet.

It is not known if Kong is dog friendly, however the staff and volunteers at the rescue would be happy to try him out for a perfect family match.

If you are interested in possibly adopting Kong please send your completed Canine matchmaker profile to adoptions@monmouthcountyspca.org.

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