Two years is far too long for any pet to be in a shelter.
Waiting for a home.
Bruno has been waiting at the Arnprior Humane Society shelter for two years to be adopted into a loving family.
But that’s the reality for Bruno, a Bull Mastiff mix, who has not found a home to call his own despite the best efforts of the volunteers at the Arnprior and District Humane Society.
The Arnprior and District Humane Society offers a temporary stay for many animals until they can find a forever home. Most dogs are eventually adopted, some quickly and some not so fast.
Unfortunately for Bruno, the wait has gone on and on.
He was found two years ago on Highway 17 between Arnprior and Renfrew as a stray. There is no history to indicate whether Bruno has ever had a loving home.
Despite his unstable past, he is a sweet loving dog with lots of energy and playfulness. He obeys several commands.
Should Bruno be adopted, it is advised that it is to a home with no children or other pets, because he was never properly socialized as a puppy.
Bruno is not a big fan of the outdoors, but he does enjoy supervised walks.
He would be suited to a home with plenty of space and preferably a fenced yard.
A bundle of joy such as Bruno deserves a permanent home as any dog should have. Please consider inviting this wonderful dog into your life.
Visit Bruno at the Arnprior and District Humane Society at 490 Didak Dr. in Arnprior.