Berkeley - A Sweet Black Lab No One Can Resist
Susan Daffron talks to Bobbi Allen, the Shelter Manager at the Animal Welfare Society in Kennebunk, Maine about a Labrador mix named Berkeley. Berkeley is a dog who was actually transferred from Georgia through the Paws Across America program. When the Animal Welfare Society has space available, they work with volunteers in Alabama, Louisiana, Mississippi and Georgia to transport puppies and dogs from overcrowded facilities to Maine for a second chance at life.
In Berkeley's case, a Georgia volunteer saw this 2 1/2 year old Labrador Mix and realized that as black dog, no matter now nice he is Berkeley might be overlooked for adoption simply because of his coloring. Berkeley was treated for heartworm and then made the trek northward to Maine. He is an energetic smart dog who is treat-motivated and eager to please so he'll be extremely easy to train. This loveable dog would be a great addition to almost any family, even if you're a new dog owner. If you've been looking to include a great dog in your life, Berkeley could be just the dog for you.
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