Status:Age:Dog Friendly:
Breed:Color:Cat Friendly:
Gender:Ears:Child Friendly:
Adoption Fee:Tail:Sponsor:Florence Caldwell, Roxanne Booth, Aimee Hofstra, Amy Hood, Susan South, Linda Frazer

B-I-N-G-O B-I-N-G-O and Bingo was his name-o ooof, now I’m going to have that song stuck in my head all day. I am a super playful doggo and enjoy playing and running both my human and my doggy pals but please don’t sign me up for a marathon or long hikes! I’m crate trained, and yes, most of us are, but the great news is that I can be left at home to roam free because I’m such a good boy; I’ll just find a couch or a bed (preferably a hooman bed) to crash out on until you get home. I’m a great companion indoors and out and love to snuggle when we’re at home. Just call me Mr. Snuggles!

I’ve lived with several doggy friends and would love love love love a home with at least one other doggy sibling; the more the merrier as far as I’m concerned! Dog friends are the best and make me so happy! I look forward to fun outings to the park, the lake and my one of my favorite places to go is any restaurant that has a patio where I can hang out, enjoy good food and good company. My foster parents have said that I haven’t met a toy I haven’t liked because I think whoever invented toys should get a huge prize, like maybe a Nobel Toy Prize or something equally as fabulous to thank them for the greatest gift to dogkind.

Bingo has a heart condition. As a puppy, he was found alone in a field and it was  discovered shortly after that that he had two congenital heart defects. Right now, one compensates for the other. We do not know what this means for Bingo long-term, but Bingo enjoys life to the fullest.

Want to go to a brewery, or grab some wine? Just tell the fam we’re going for a ride to the park, and they’ll never know! Let’s go, you’ve got the perfect alibi, ssssshhhh, it’ll be our little secret!