Dusty's Dog House has dedicated one of our luxury sized boarding rooms to always fostering a local homeless dog until it's forever home is found. The Dr. Harvey's food company has also generously offered to help sponsor our foster and will provide him/her with healthy and nutritious meals during their stay with us.
Shadow is a rottie that sadly has been living with us for 2 years now due to his owner abandoning him. Shadow has some issues and is not easily adoptable hence why he is still here. He is very protective and would need the proper owner that has the experience and knowledge to handle a dog like him. Unfortunately that has been very difficult to find. If any one knows a potential trainer, handler or future owner that has experience with aggressive rotties please contact with us. He does have his good side too. He loves his toys and attention. Sadly he can't be with other dogs so this is limited. In the meantime, he continues to live with us but he could really use a visit to the vet for a checkup and always needs food. If you would like to donate anything to help us with that, it would be very much appreciated.
Zayn was our very foster dog to stay with us. He grew on everyone here, including Frank the owner. After only 3 months, Zayn was officially a foster failure and moved into his new home with big brother Dusty. Today he comes to Dusty's Dog House daily and loves all the attention he gets.
North was our second foster and stayed with us for over a year. Just when it seemed we would never find a home for him, his new best friend came along and adopted him. North is currently living in the area and enjoys visits around the North East and hiking with his new best pal. We couldn't be happier for North.
Cosmo was a stray found in Bayonne by one of our staff members. He lived with us for about 6 months before finding his forever home.
Waggi stayed with us a few months and just loved wagging his tail at everyone he met. He made some doggy buddies and lots of human friends during his stay.
Hudson was personally found by the owner Frank wandering around in Hudson County Park here in Bayonne. He was eating sticks but showed no hesitation whatsoever in coming over to say hello. He was quite emaciated but in good spirits. Thanks to the support of many of our clients, Hudson quickly put on weight, received all his vaccines, was neutered and found a great home! We are so happy for him.
Bentley is a unique foster for us because unfortunately he was abandoned at Dusty's Dog House by his owner. Once we realized the owner was never coming back, we worked with Liberty Humane Society to find him a new forever home. Bentley is approximately 7 years old but is super friendly. This surely helped him find a new home and we wish him the very best.
Sphinx was our most recent foster and lucky for him wasn't with us too long! He was super friendly and quickly had some interested takers. It was one of our very own's mother who ended up adopting him in the end. What a good looking little guy!
Dexter was a young and energetic pup. There is no surprise he was a quick foster for us. He will make a great addition to his new family!
Onyx came all the way from Puerto Rico. He was a young pup living on the streets alone. Now his name is Guiness and is living it up in Hoboken. What a lucky guy!
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