Adopt Rudy, a Fantastic Lab-Shepard Mix Pulled by Local Rescue Group from CT Muni Shelter

Rudy on Beach. Photo: Janice L. Duffy Photography

Rudy on Beach. Photo: Janice L. Duffy Photography

Rudy is a one-year old, fun loving, happy Shepard-Lab mix who was rescued from a local animal control facility in Connecticut.

He is about 56 lbs and is fully- vetted, neutered, heartworm tested, microchipped and up to date with current vaccinations.

According to rescuers at Strays & Others, based in New Canaan, Rudy’s temperament is fantastic. They say he is sweet and loving.

Rudy is available for adoption through Strays & Others.

Rudy is available for adoption through Strays & Others.

Rudy is available for adoption through Strays & Others.

Rudy is available for adoption through Strays & Others.

“He is also a young adult who is not hyper, but who has a lot of energy, so an experienced dog owner is preferred,” said volunteers at Strays & Others, adding that
Rudy is truly an amazingly wonderful dog.

For more information contact Claudia Weber at Strays and Others at 203-966-6556 or email straysandothers@hotmail.com . Lower Fairfield County area inquiries only please.

Here is Rudy on Petfinder.

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Curlie from Strays & Others with Roger from Shelly’s Angels Saving Strays (SASS). Photo: Leslie Yager

Note: GFP has had great experience with Strays & Others, adopting Curlie four years ago and going strong. Thank you Claudia Weber!

Strays and Others volunteer Adoption Counselors take the time to talk with potential adopters about the type of pet you are looking for and discuss the options available.

At this time they can only adopt and place for adoption within the State of Connecticut, and close by towns in Westchester County, New York.

They believe in life-long adoptions, so they are very careful in matching the right pet with the right family. If it’s a good match, everyone wins! Their pets have been vet-checked, vaccinated, dewormed, and spayed or neutered if old enough.

Dogs are heartworm tested; cats are tested for Feline Leukemia and FIV; our house rabbits have been spayed or neutered. Any other necessary medical care is always given first.

Volunteering and Donations

Strays and Others is a local group of good people doing a great job despite the overwhelming demand for their help. Based in New Canaan, they are in need of serious volunteers who share our positive outlook and commitment to all creatures “great and small.” Strays and Others is tax-exempt and 501(c)(3) registered. Please act now and help us save another little life… or care for a friend who hasn’t found a permanent home yet.


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