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Did you want talk to me?  I am Fred!  I paused just for a few minutes to have this picture taken, but I gotta get going soon [sticks tongue out].  I am super active and I have so much fun every day at my foster home that I don't go to bed, I just crash, but that's OK.  I am just loving life!  I am one of the lucky DRBC fosters; I have foster sisters and real human foster brothers.  I love them all - I am just that kind of guy.  I have real good training and I am hoping to learn more about how life works while playing my heart out.  Are you the right forever home for me?  Come on out and let's find out together.  All ya have to do is follow the link, read all the sections in the Adoption Center and then apply!  Easy.  OK, I gotta run, it's time to get a game of fun going!  See you soon! 

NOTE: DRBC only adopts to NJ, NY, DE and Eastern PA areas to adults aged 21 yrs and older. This 'think global, act local' approach helps us provide the best in supportive medical care and behavioral guidance across the life of our placements.

Ready to start that process or see some of
Fred's friends?  Click the picture above to start!



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DRBC News
DRBC 2015 Limited Edition Tee Is Here!!
Mon May 11, 2015 at 7:00 am

This is the shirt everyone will be talking about this year!  It is only available until May 31st!  Order yours today by clicking on the t-shirt!!




DRBC Attends Langhorne Pet Fair
Sat May 9, 2015 at 7:00 am

Join DRBC at one of our favorite community events.  The therapy boys will be out and we hope you will too!




Odie Suffers Eye Loss
Fri Apr 24, 2015 at 9:00 am

Calls come at all hours here at DRBC and last night was one of those nights. A little guy named Odie was in big trouble. A fight with a housemate landed him at with DRBC in a hurry, as his family could not support his care. It was a turn-in to DRBC, or a night of pain and euthanasia in the morning. Needless to say, it was a mad dash to NorthStar VETS for the DRBC Medical Team. We had to help; can you?