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Remember the story we brought you last month of a man we arrested for using a tazer on his dog for no reason?? Well, Cairo has gone through the assessment process at Cocheco Valley Humane Society in Dover, NH and is ready for adoption!!! Here is what CVHS wrote about her:
“Cairo is a 6 year old 93 pound Mastiff Mix. Cairo was brought to Cocheco Valley Humane Society after being seized by the Rochester Police Department. In her previous home, she experienced abuse that no living creature should ever have to go through. As a form of punishment, Cairo was being shocked using a stun gun. However, Cairo’s past experiences haven’t dampened her spirits. Everyone who works and volunteers at Cocheco Valley Humane Society has grown to love her outgoing, playful, and most importantly, loving demeanor. Cairo loves to spend her time interacting with staff and playing with them in the backyard. You can find her prancing around with a stuffed animal in mouth, dropping into play position, and trying to entice just about anybody to chase her. She also thoroughly enjoys her morning and afternoon walks with volunteers, who always note how polite she is when walking on leash. She is a high energy level dog that would do best in a home with large breed experience and dedicated time to exercise and play with her. Because of her size and playfulness, Cairo would do best with family members aged 16 and up. Cairo must meet any potential canine companions, however, she would likely do best as the only four-legged family member to soak up all the love. Cairo would do best in a home with no cats. After everything she has been through, nobody would expect Cairo to be as trusting and loving as she is with humans. For this reason, we want to be sure she goes to a home where she will receive just as much love as she gives. Cairo remains optimistic sitting at the front of her kennel hoping the next person to walk through the adoption door will be her forever family. Could you be the right person to walk through that door and give her the life she so desperately deserves? She is waiting patiently for you!”
So, please reach out to CVHS at 603-749-5322 if you think you could provide this sweet girl a home!! ... See MoreSee Less