Adding one of these sprightly characters to your family brings you laughter and the best kind of companionship.


From the minute he walked in the door and gently greeted our dog April and our cat Lily it was pretty clear that Morris (formerly Mustang) knew he had found his home. He’d already been through at least two homes before he came to us but we think he quite likes this one and he shows us his gratitude every single day. He greets us like long lost buddies every time we come home from work, he carries our socks, underwear and shoes around in his mouth so he can feel close to his family when we’re away, and he gives us something to laugh about daily with his silly antics. With his one floppy ear, his love for sweet potatoes and his always-present joie de vivre, Morris has never met a friend he didn’t like nor does he ever fail to bring a smile to our faces on even the toughest of days. Although we say we “rescued” Morris, after the terrible grief of losing our beloved Boxer Buddy and feeling as though we’d lost much of our hearts, well, just maybe Morris did a little bit of rescuing of his own.

Lloyd family


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