One look at Mr. Mason and it’s impossible to believe his story. His elderly owners didn’t want to continue his care as it had become too challenging for them to attend to a 75-pound lab. They arrived at their vet and asked for their five-year-old dog to be put down. Fortunately, the vet opted to send the dog to rescue, and that’s where we ultimately came into the picture. He just arrived and the only information we have is what we have learned from his previous caretakers and transport drivers. He gets along well with other dogs and enjoys playtime. At the onset of the transport, Mason was somewhat stressed, but he eventually settled down and slept. He seemed to preferred having the crate covered or perhaps he was beginning to relax. He was moved between the hospital and the shelter and the numerous changes before he arrived provides a logical explanation for his stress level. He is strong on a leash and we suspect his previous family did not leash walk him or teach him all his manners. Mr. Mason is an affectionate dog seeking his fair share of hugs.
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