Meet Boomer!

Boomer is a neutered male Basset Hound/Yellow Lab cross with an approximate birth date of October 2002. He came to live at the Central Dakota Humane Society as a hurricane rescue from a Southern sanctuary. This loveable guy arrived in North Dakota suffering from heartworm disease, but today, with treatment, is heartworm free and healthy as a horse!

We found Boomer currently being cared for by the Central Dakota Humane Society in Manden, North Dakota. CDHS was originally formed by 12 members as the League for Animal Welfare in 1960. Now CDHS has over 1,800 members, but unfortunately, an animal shelter in a community the size of Bismarck/Mandan and the outlying towns should have about 3,000 members to continue its community work and help more animals.

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