The Humane Society of Summit County is a no-kill cover with no time limits. A portion of their occupants have been there quite a while, tragically. Be that as it may, none like Geronimo– a wonderful American Staffordshire Terrier blend. He has been in the asylum for 1,145 days. In any case, at that point, by the beauty of god, he was embraced!
Yet, in an overwhelming turn, Geronimo was come back to the safe house just days after the fact. The safe house posted, “Geronimo is as yet searching for the ideal match! We were so upbeat to report on Saturday evening that Geronimo had discovered a family. Tragically, it was anything but an ideal match.
His adopter settled on the troublesome choice to return him to the Humane Society yesterday with expectations of discovering him a superior everlastingly fit. We bolster the adopter in the arrival and need to make an ideal counterpart for Geronimo, so the pursuit proceeds.” Geronimo is a very good boy. He loves affection and activity.
He’s playful and sweet. He would be best suited in a home as an only dog with no small children. The shelter wrote: “We would love your help again to spread the word about our handsome boy and help us find the person he has been waiting over 3 years to meet! He is looking for an adult only home and would be best as the only 4-legged family member.”