Wednesday is my favorite day of the week because we get to talk about animals all day long. It's Wet Nose Wednesday, so it's time to shine a spotlight on one lucky animal that is up for adoption in hopes of finding them a forever home. With the help of local shelters, Fun 107 gets the opportunity to share their story.

This week, we head to Lighthouse Animal Shelter in New Bedford to meet a dog that craves the love of a forever family.

Meet Sally, a 7-and-a-half-year-old hound with a sweet and gentle personality. She has excellent manners and never jumps on people, but she certainly loves attention and gladly accepts cuddles from anyone and everyone.

Sally does well in her crate and never has accidents.

"She mostly curls up for a nap until it's her time to go outside," said the shelter.

And yes, Sally has one eye, but it doesn't seem to affect her at all.

"Her spirits are still high and she has no difficulty getting around," Lighthouse said. "She is an absolute catch for anyone looking for a sweet, mellow companion."

Sally can’t wait to be in a comfy forever home with her own bed and her own humans to love on.

Sally does well with other dogs, and while she hasn't been tested with cats yet, a little bit of supervision could blossom into a beautiful friendship.

Does Sally sound like a good fit for you? Contact Lighthouse Animal Shelter in New Bedford, like them on Facebook, and schedule a play date today.

Lighthouse Animal Shelter

596 Hathaway Rd, New Bedford, MA 02740

(508) 999-7387

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