We work in eastern PA, southern NJ, and parts of MD and DE depending on distance.
Snowy, as we affectionately call him, has really come out of his shell. He'll play bow his humans and craves their attention. He still is a bit wary of men, but with a gentle pat from us, will allow them to pet him. He still takes treats rather roughly from your hand, so no small children should be in his new home. He doesn't bother with the other dogs, only looks at them and goes on his way. He is totally housebroken and crate trained. He will need to be reminded of his training in his new home. Snowball just came into rescue today. We're in the process of learning about him and he about us. Will post more updates as we know more about him.Our foster dogs live in the private homes of our volunteers. We do not have a kennel facility where the public can visit our foster dogs. Our foster dogs are up to date on vaccines, spayed or neutered, and house trained (or working on it) at the time of adoption.
We do not have a kennel facility, our foster dogs live in the homes of our volunteers. For information about adopting, please go to our main site, www.nbrescue.com, and click on Adoption Process.