Dog adoption opportunity: Dozer is waiting for his forever home

Dozer the dog LOVES to cuddle.Sometimes you are just so unaware of your size and energy level that you don’t notice the affect you have on others.  That might be a good introduction to Dozer.  Or should I say, that might be a good example of Dozer’s excited introduction style.   He just loves life and he is looking for someone to love him in an equally big way.  Is it you…?

Dozer came down from the north via the Northern Dogs Project.  He is large, he is exuberant and he was expelled from the community for chasing cars.  In other words, he was making typical free roaming dog decisions that had earned him the reputation of a nuisance maker.

So what is Dozer all about?  It’s true, he is a big boy.  He is also exuberant.  And yes, he is energetic.  He may even be perceived as a tad over-friendly on introduction.  But… underneath all the action, is someone who is sweet, cuddly and fun.  Originally known as Smiley, Dozer really is just that -- someone who lives life at full speed and with a smile on his face. 

Dozer is looking for his own family and he’s not losing heart because he knows that good things happen to those who wait.  He knows that someone out there is looking for someone just like him.  To help Dozer and those energetic two legged individuals connect, I’ve crafted Dozer’s personal ad:

Young, very handsome, athletic, fun loving male seeks energetic best friend(s) for a lifetime of adventure!  I’m open to new things and wake up every morning with my ‘go’ button on.  I’m most fulfilled when running around, playing hard or exuberantly meeting new friends but I would love the opportunity to spend some cozy time lying in front of a fire (or trying to sit on your lap) -- after the exercise is over.  Any kind of dinner suits my fancy and I promise that with some direction, I will listen to you and in return, you will fall in love with me!  I am available right now.  Don’t wait.  I can’t!

If you are the one, contact info-ca@ifaw.org.  Dozer’s waiting.

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Cora Bailey
Director, Community Led Animal Welfare (CLAW)
Cynthia Milburn, Director, Animal Welfare Outreach & Education
Director, Animal Welfare Outreach & Education
Dr. Ian Robinson, Vice President, Programs & Int'l Operations
Vice President, Programs & Int'l Operations
Gail A'Brunzo, IFAW Wildlife Rescue Manager
Wildlife Rescue Manager, IFAW HQ
Hanna Lentz, Program Officer/Campaigner, IFAW HQ
Program Officer/Campaigner, IFAW HQ
Jan Hannah
Northern Dogs Project Manager
Kate Nattrass Atema, Program Director, Companion Animals
Program Director, Companion Animals
Veterinarian, DVM, PhD
Veterinarian, DVM, PhD
Nancy Barr, Program Director, Animal Action Education
Program Director, Animal Action Education
Rebecca Brimley, Program Advisor
Program Advisor
Manager, Animal Rescue-Disasters