So, I have a black dog and he's awesome. He has way too much energy for his own good, but is an amazing companion. Black dogs tend to have a harder time being adopted - it's hard to say why, but it may be because it's hard to get good photos of them for their online adoption profiles, or maybe something else.
Best Friends Animal Society is running a Back in Black adoption drive all of November, to focus on black dog and cat adoptions.
If anyone is interested, I already found one perfect for you Land Rover freaks. Meet ROVER
a black adult male Lab Retriever mix.
Other dogs up for adoption:
Rover is your typical Lab, once you get to know him. He came to Best Friends from animal control, where he'd been abandoned.
New people make him nervous and bring out his shy side, but don't let that first impression stop you from befriending him. Here at the sanctuary, we're working on his confidence, and once you have his trust, he really is just like and old Lab: friendly, playful, and smart as a whip.
If you have another dog, Rover will need to meet them at the sanctuary.