Flanders, NJ – A senior dog named Mack has been patiently waiting for someone, anyone, to take notice of him. But three-and-a-half-years have passed and the now nine-year-old dog has been bypassed by everyone during the lengthy span of time.
Mack has been with Eleventh Hour Rescue since 2019 – the animal welfare agency rescued him from a “very high kill” facility in Georgia, but in the years that have passed, nobody has opted to make Mack their companion.
On Tuesday, the rescue organization said:
3.5 Years without a home…. 3.5 years of being overlooked…
This is the heartbreaking face of Mack that we as volunteers/staff see every single day as he pleads for us to spend time with him…
The shelter describes Mack’s endearing personality:
Mack loves people. He is house trained, crate trained and super quiet when left alone. He LOVES to cuddle up at night and LOVES to play with toys. He doesn’t really pull on leash and he is super obedient. Mack does fine walking near and seeing other dogs outside, but he would prefer to be the only dog in the home.
It must seem like an eternity for Mack…sitting in his kennel run, waiting to be part of a family, but waking up each day alone. Please help Mack find his person by sharing his adoption information. Networking saves lives!
Find Mack’s adoption profile here.