Imagine waking up each day to the same stark walls of a kennel run. Imagine a dog, who was born with the desire to love a person, waking up each day without a person of his own to greet. This is the reality for Bunker, a dog who has spent over half of his life at an animal shelter.
The now four-year-old dog was taken in as a stray at the Town of Hempstead animal shelter back in 2017 – today he is still there. An advocate writes:
They call me BUNKER. I’m a 4 year old BEAUTIFUL BOY, that SADLY has been LIVING in this SHELTER for OVER 2 YEARS. That’s HALF MY LIFE. 😪
I’m DOG FRIENDLY (with slow intro’s of course). I LOVE PLAYING FETCH, TAKING WALKS, and ENJOYING my SURROUNDINGS, when I get to go out.
I’m a GOOD BOY that LOVES TO BE LOVED ON. The more you PET me, the more I’LL LOVE YOU!! 💕 Oh, I also take TREATS REALLY GENTLY.
I am recommended for a home with kids 17 yrs. old plus, so please COME MEET ME, FALL IN LOVE, and TAKE ME HOME! 💜
Helping Bunker find a home
You can help this homeless dog find a loving home by sharing his adoption information. Find Bunker’s Petango profile here.
Please call for more information: 516-785-5220, visit us at: 3320 Beltagh Avenue, Wantagh NY 11793 or email us: email@example.com
Note: All inquiries about this dog must be made directly to the animal shelter.