Corbert is ready for a new family

Corbert was handed over to the South Bend Animal Resource Center in 2017 because his family was moving and couldn’t take him to their new home. It wasn’t long before he was adopted, and we were so happy for him. But life took an unexpected turn for Corbert and he was found wandering in Grovertown, Indiana in March. Unfortunately, we have no information other than the adopter had given Corbert in 2020.

Corbert is about seven years old, he walks very well on a leash, knows how to “sit” and enjoys spending time with our volunteers…he is one of their favourites. He is neutered, up to date with his vaccinations, heartworm negative and microchipped. Corbert is getting a lot of love from us, but he would really rather his own family be loved and a sofa to lounge on.

Pets are available for adoption through:

• South Bend Animal Resource Center, 521 Eclipse Place, South Bend. Phone: 574-235-9303. Website: sbacc.petfinder.org.

• PetsConnect Inc., PO Box 8104, South Bend, IN 46660-8140. Phone 574-282-1225. Website: www.petsconnect.org.

• Homeward Bound Animal Welfare Group, website: www.homewardboundawg.com. Email: [email protected]

• Elkhart Humane Society, 54687 County Road 19, Bristol. Phone: 574-475-4732. Website: elkharthumanesociety.org.

• Second Chance Small Dog Rescue, Elkhart. Phone: 574-522-4248. Websites: secondchancesmalldogs.org and www.petfinder.com.

• Pet Refuge Inc., 4626 Burnett Drive, South Bend. Phone: 574-231-1122. Website: www.petrefuge.com.

• Humane Society of St. Joseph County, 2506 Grape Road, Mishawaka. Phone: 574-255-4726. Website: www.humanesocietystjc.org.

• Heartland Small Animal Rescue, PO Box 6033, South Bend, IN 46660. Phone: 574-400-5633. Website: www.heartlandsmallanimalrescue.org.

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