Boston, Massachusetts 2021-10-14 07:21:53 –
Boston (WHDH)-A 2-year-old puppy is still looking for an eternal home after being found living in the hustle and bustle of Randolph with 23 other dogs.
4 adult dogs and 20 puppies Removed from Randolph’s private residence on August 4th Pitbull-type dogs did not have adequate access to food and water after police said animal excrement was found throughout the house.
The Boston Animal Rescue League detained the dog and transferred it to the Dedham Animal Care and Application Center.
Since the rescue, 23 dogs have found a loving home, with the exception of 2-year-old Benjamin.
According to ARL, Benjamin has arrived at an adoption center, which is very friendly but lacks sociability, concentration and basic etiquette.
Their behavioral staff and volunteers have worked extensively with Benjamin over the past two months. He says he has made great strides in staying focused and working on manners.
ARL says they are committed to providing action councils and advice to his new family once he gets home.
Anyone interested in Benjamin’s adoption can check him out Online profile..
The owner of Randolph’s house was identified as 28-year-old Urie Louisand and charged with 24 animal cruelty and one criminal intimidation.
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