Love A Mutt Pet Rescue is dedicated to providing a future for abandoned pets by placing them in our rehoming program. Love A Mutt Pet Rescue is staffed entirely by volunteers. We offer rescue services, education, foster homes, initial medical care, and placement in permanent loving homes.
Handsome Yellow Lab Bacon!
Meet Bacon! He is a 3-4 year old yellow lab who was saved from a shelter after his family, who had owned him for a year, had to move and could not take him with them. Bacon was terrified in the shelter and who could blame him?
This sweet boy has been passed around a bit so when he recently found himself abandoned, yet again, at a loud, fast paced shelter he became stressed and untrusting of any humans. He really didn\\\'t want anyone to touch him. But how could we resist helping this darling boy! He was rescued from this shelter, placed in boarding and plans were made to bring him to the great Northwest... in the hopes he would finally find a committed, loving family. But even in the calmer, more attentive boarding facility he continued being a grouchy boy... until they brought out the big guns.... BACON!! Ever since he had his first piece of bacon, he has been a happy, wagging tail kind of guy. Even when meeting new people, he will be polite and trusting. He doesn\\\'t know a lot of commands (other than \\\'come\\\') but he has such a \\\'good ole boy,\\\' easy going temperament, he\\\'s pleasant to be with. He likes for his head and back to be scratched, although he\\\'s still a bit hesitant for people to pet his back end too much so children must be over 12yrs old. He would be happiest in an easy going home with a middle-aged or retired couple. Another like size dog with which to romp and play in a fenced backyard would be ideal, too. Bacon is about 4yrs old and although he\\\'s not a tall boy, he does weigh about 65-70lbs.
Love A Mutt Pet Rescue is an animal welfare organization. The organization was created by experienced, responsible pet owners and animal lovers who believe that rescuing, fostering, and adopting homeless animals is not enough.