UPDATE: Dog found in West Shreveport taken to Bossier City animal foster home | News
A male husky that was found on Broadacres Road in West Shreveport was taken to a Bossier City animal foster home Tuesday night.
Unfortunately, the owner no longer wanted the dog. The person that found the dog could not keep him and called Becky's Bridge , an animal foster home in Bossier City, to take him in.
President of Beky's Bridge Rebecca Young said the dog's name is King. King was with Young's group of dogs in one of her foster homes. King was adopted, but got out of his adopter's fence. Since the people said they didn't want king back, he went back into the foster home he had been in. Young said Becky's Bridge is not a shelter but have foster homes where animals live until they are adopted.
King's foster mom will be at Petco with him Saturday, December 17th from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Young said King has a wonderful temperament and is great with other dogs and kids, but doesn't like cats. He is 2-3-years-old. He has all of his shots and has been neutered.
Becky's Bridge does not do same day adoptions and an application with references and a home visit are required for anyone wanting to adopt King. Applications can also be filled out on the website at www.beckysbridge.org/.
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