Dog of the Week: Amos

Meet Amos!

By Rebecca Sorrel & Travis Grooms, Foster Parents

Why did you decide to foster Amos?
The rescue got an urgent plea to help Amos. He was 41 pounds (he is now at a perfect weight of 65 pounds) and had a hole in his neck from being attacked by another animal, which caused a bad skin infection on his neck and chest. You couldn’t see his left eye because he was so swollen. He was a forlorn dog and he needed us.

Does he have any nicknames?
Moose, Moosehead, and Meat

How would you describe Amos in three words?
Cuddly, Active, Smart

What is his favorite thing?
Cuddling and getting belly rubs!

Describe Amos’ perfect day:
Amos would love to go to the lake and play fetch with some floatie toys in the water; then, go home for a nice long nap that involves him lying on top of you on the couch.

Describe Amos’ ideal family:
Amos gets along with other dogs and loves children. He would do well with an active and strong owner that will continue to train with him and provide endless cuddles.

Interested in making Amos part of your family?
Visit our Adopt page to learn more about our adoption process and download our adoption application!