Wiley Had to Leave When a Landlord Wouldn't Accept Him, Now He Needs a New Family

Wiley is "very sweet" and gets along with people and other dogs.

Ed. note: Pet of the Week is provided to Somerville Patch by the Animal Rescue League of Boston. You may have missed the column over the past couple of months. That's because the Animal Rescue League was incredibly busy handling animal adoptions, and it was also a little understaffed, so it took a brief hiatus from this column. We look forward to seeing more pets in the upcoming weeks.

Wiley is a handsome and very sweet two-year-old neutered male American bulldog mix who was brought to the Animal Rescue League due to landlord restrictions. He is such a happy boy with a smile on his face all the time! He is a playful guy who loves to play fetch with his toys, go on long walks with his humans, and just run around having fun. Ideally, he’d love a fenced in yard to play safely in.

Wiley is very people friendly and gets along with other dogs after a proper introduction. He does not particularly like to share his toys with other dogs, so he may do best as the only dog at home or maybe with a tolerant canine housemate. Although he lived with a cat in his original home, he could sometimes play a little rough so cats may prefer not to live with him.

Wiley is one smart boy. He has been learning a lot about basic training here at the shelter and knows a lot of cues like sit, down, stay, drop and has also been learning how to go into a crate and seems to enjoy it. If you think Wiley is the boy for you, come down to meet him today!

For more information on Wiley or any of the other animals currently residing at the Animal Rescue League of Boston, please contact us at (617) 226-5602. The Animal Rescue League of Boston is open Tuesday through Thursday 1-7 p.m. and Friday through Sunday 1-4 p.m., excluding some holidays. Also, be sure to check us out online at:

* WEBSITE: home.arlboston.org

* TWITTER: http://twitter.com/ARLBostonRescue

* FACEBOOK: www.facebook.com/AnimalRescueLeagueofBoston

jennifer D. January 26, 2013 at 01:26 PM
If a Landlord Wouldn't Accept Him, Now YOU Need to find a new place to rent, not just throw away your dog! Shameful!
Dan January 26, 2013 at 05:03 PM
Good for the landlord, why should his property become a mess just like our streets are becoming from irresponsible dog walkers promoting their pet to mess in public.
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