A dog is looking for his forever home.
Meet the dog that has so much love to give.
Bo is a two-year-old hound mix dog who is up for adoption at the Animal Rescue Fund (ARF) of the Hamptons located in East Hampton, New York.
He is a 41-pound dog who has lots of love to give to his new family, according to ARF.
Bo the pup loves to play with other dogs, play fetch and go to the beach with others.
He’s said to be a loving dog who tends to bond with people quickly — all while being devoted and loyal to them.
Bo was originally rescued from South Caroline with the help of the Fostering Foster Animal Rescue and the Irving and Phyllis Millstein Foundation.
He was brought to Animal Rescue Fund of the Hamptons with the hope that he would find his forever home.
Located about 2½ hours east of Manhattan, ARF recently built a “Forever Home.”
It includes a welcome center, a kennel for dogs and a training center.
The organization said it will be able to house more animals and provide them with proper training at the new center.
Interested in adopting Bo?
Anyone can apply for adoption and learn more about Bo at arfhamptons.org.
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