A St. Bernard/Boxer/Pit Mix – Age – 1 Year – Large/60 lbs.
The Farley Foundation couldn’t be more elated to do our part by rescuing this sweet gentle giant. Lazarus is a given name and surname. It is derived from the Hebrew (Eleazar) meaning “God has helped”. Lazarus is energetic and full of life and very in tuned to his new surroundings and those who will be caring for him. Although not totally blind and able to detect shadows, this boy will follow you to the earth’s end. Rattle a baggie of treats and he will automatically go into a sit position, as if to say “please” and then tilt his head in acknowledgement of the gift. As Lazarus has settled in and found his way around Farley, we have all fallen head over heels in love with him! Lazarus is housebroken, loves his warm bowl of chow, tasty treats and finds comfort in his soft blankets. More information about Lazarus is available at: http://www.farleyfoundationnc.com/adopt/
Please contact the Farley Foundation at firstname.lastname@example.org or (910) 315-9569 for more information about Lazarus.
The Farley Foundation prefers local adoptions in Moore County (and elsewhere in North Carolina) before sending animals to northern rescue partners. However, many animals continue to remain at risk in kill-shelters and need to be rescued. If you are interested in one of our adoption candidates, please promptly submit an adoption application and remember that no matter the destination, each animal that leaves our facility makes room for another…and that saves a life!
You can see Lazarus is nice and relaxed in a home setting. He is a playful 1- year old who gets along well with dogs and cats. Lazarus is mostly blind, but he doesn’t know he’s any different. He is very smart and learns his way around quickly.