Bingo – Male Black Lab Mix
B – I – N –G – O, B-I-N-G-O … remember that old song. Well here is the real Bingo and he might be just the dog for you.
Bingo is a 1 1/2 year old Black Lab mix whose owner returned him to the shelter after having him for over a year.
He would have been put down had our Rescue not found him on their ‘e-list’.
His owner was not very nice to him so Bingo is a little scared but is learning to trust humans again. He will need a little time to adjust to his new home, but once he does he will be your BFF forever.
A yard to run and play in with older ‘dog friendly’ children would be great. He is a young dog so some basic obedience would help him know what you expect, and he will need a little refresher on his housetraining.
Bingo yearns for that loving forever home where he can show what a GREAT dog he is – could yours be the one he’s dreaming of?
Bingo is current on all vaccines, microchipped and neutered.
If you’d like to know more about becoming Bingo’s new forever family, please contact Pammy’s 2nd Chance Rescue. Please use the form located below.
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