At the age of four months, they brought him into their care from the shelter. However, after six months, they decided to give him back as they had a newborn baby and were unable to dedicate enough time to him.
Bronco’s performance at the shelter was poor, resulting in significant stress. Bronco was included in the Red list for this specific reason, which meant he was scheduled to be euthanized within the following week. It is common for owner surrenders to be prioritized for euthanasia, and unfortunately, Bronco was one of those dogs on the list.
Mutts in Need Rescue managed to rescue him on time and placed him in a boarding facility located in orange county. Presently, three years have passed, yet he remains at the boarding facility. The reason for people not submitting applications for him is unclear to us. He gets along well with dogs of various sizes and has a fondness for water. He is excellent at interacting with others… We are perplexed as to why there is a lack of people showing interest in him.
Indeed, he possesses some idiosyncrasies, such as occasionally engaging in tail chasing, and his perspective might be slightly distorted.
He has no issues with his vision, but occasionally he appears to have a slight crossed-eyed appearance. We find all of his unique qualities charming, and we eagerly anticipate someone else coming across his post as well as his cute appearance, and expressing interest in adopting him.
Even after spending numerous years in a boarding facility, even though it provides a cage-free environment for him to socialize with 20-30 dogs, it feels like an extended period of time. He should be provided a caring household.