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Find a Fur Baby: Meet Bishop!

Submitted by Judith Levin

Bishop has not found his forever family…I can’t believe it!

He’s been in Furry Friends Rescue for a long time, and is ready and waiting for you to find him. Bishop has been living in the home of a foster-based trainer. He’s gained confidence and relaxed, and now it’s time for him to take that next step – to a wonderful forever home!

Bishop came into the rescue during the summer of 2019, going on two years now! He was owner surrender from a Good Samaritan who had rescued him from a bad situation but couldn’t keep him.

He is a truly good boy who is house trained, crate trained, and knows his basic commands.

Bishop is now about four years old. He is a dog who bonds quickly, and would just love a family where someone is home a good part of each day. If you work from home, Bishop would make a terrific companion.

A fenced-in yard would be a big plus for him, so that he can run around and play in the nice weather.

He is not a fan of other dogs, having suffered a serious attack by another dog prior to coming into the rescue, and should not live in a home with cats, so he will need to be an only pet.

He could live happily with older children (13 years old or older). He tends to jump up in excitement and could easily bowl over smaller children with his enthusiasm.

Bishop will enjoy going out and about with you. If you hike, he would love to be your hiking partner. He loves going for a ride, he is a cuddle-bug but is also a playful dog who will enjoy just being with you.

This handsome guy will make you smile every day

So … what are you waiting for? If you think Bishop would fit right into your life please fill out the form at Furry Friends website –

Sharon Challenger
Sharon Challenger
I am a professional Scenic Artist and have also worked as a Systems Analyst and Senior Programmer Analyst for the Travelers and Yale University. Education: Post University, Wesleyan University and Yale University School of Drama.

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