Meet Max, a handsome nine year-old black Labrador currently residing at the Shelbyville/Shelby County Animal Shelter! My heart goes out to poor Max, who was surrendered to the shelter just after Christmas with his sister, Irma, when his family decided to move. [Rant: I don’t know about the rest of y’all, but my dogs are my family and wherever I go, my dogs go, too. How could someone just give up dogs they’ve had since they were puppies?!?!] Poor Max and Irma were probably so confused when their family left them and never came back … would someone out there please give sweet Max a home? Irma has already been adopted, but Max (who’s missing an eye, but lives his life to the fullest and doesn’t miss a beat) deserves a loving, forever home. Anyone interested in Max, please check the link above for hours of operation and adoption requirements (meet and greets are a must!). Once your application has been approved, you get to take Max home that day! Any additional questions, please email Chris Browder at email@example.com or call at (317) 392-5127.
Max is …
– a big 100-pound sweetheart who loves to snuggle and go for walks.
– good with children, cats and other dogs.
– up-to-date on vaccinations and heartworm negative.
– FREE to his future forever home!
Max is special needs because …
– he is missing one eye, but that doesn’t affect his lifestyle in any way, shape or form.
The Shelbyville/Shelby County Animal Shelter is also the amazing place that saved Justice, the poor dog found abused, burned and abandoned in Shelby County back in November of 2018. If you would like to follow Justice’s amazing journey or find ways to help, here’s the link for the shelter’s Facebook page. (Warning: Some images of Justice are graphic and upsetting.)