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This is Homer!
 Just a big ole boy with a handsome face and a lot of heart! He's ready for a new home ... well, ALMOST ready.

 

Posted April 30th, 2005

"Meet Homer!"

homerAnother Canine Rescue Railroad mission just brought us this spotted boy from Miami-Dade Animal Services. Twenty-seven dogs in total were saved and transported to various rescue groups!

Homer, as we now call him, was a stray found on the streets. He has already wormed his way into the hearts of all who have met him with his big droopy sad eyes and his extended paw that he wraps around your arm. Next step is to get him healthy - then on to his own home. Thanks to Frank once again for transporting this big guy and to Claudia for letting him spend the night on his way up to the spotted rescue ranch!


UPDATED May 21st:
After a very long recovery from a vicious strain of kennel cough, this darling boy is now ready to be adopted! Homer is about as sweet as they come. Even a two year old could walk him he is so calm. He is about 2-years-old, 55 pounds, housebroken, good with other dogs and rides well in the car. If you meet him, you will love him.... no doubt about it. If anyone is interested in adopting a perfect pal, please email Susan at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it


UPDATED May 22nd:
homer_in_the_hoodIs this not the most pathetic looking little face you've ever seen? In addition to what this poor dog has already been through, he now has a really bad infection following his recent neutering. Homer will go back to the vet tomorrow for yet another visit. Hopefully, this will be his last one for a while.

 

UPDATED 2010:

Homer's life has had some surprising turns. He traveled up to Orcas Island with the Sanctuary dogs and joined Susan on her many walks around the island. To everyone's surprise a doctor and his wife decided to adopt him. For a short while his life was perfect until his new Mom suddenly died unexpectedly. Such a saddness. His Dad hung in and they both grieved together. Fortunately, time can heal wounds and both have a new lady in their lives to love. Homer is still a visitor to the Orcas Island Sanctuary, but only as a boarder... Homer is HOME!