LebTown features a different Lebanon County pet each Friday to help us enter the weekend with the best vibes possible.

This week, meet Morph!

Morph at rest.

Morph turned 2 in November, says owner Aaron Ward. He’s a husky and German shepherd mix, rescued fom a puppy mill in North Carolina.

Aaron said he and an Army buddy drove to North Carolina where they rescued Morph and his seven siblings. They rehabilitated and re-homed all of them, he said, except for Morph.

“Morph is the runt and … only half the size at full grown as a result from over breeding,” he explained. “He has now cleared all training and like his siblings are used for PTSD and mobility assistance for veterans.”

All of Morph’s siblings ended up “in great homes,” Aaron says, and Morph still gets to see them for play dates and training exercises.

Morph lives with Aaron and a doberman puppy named Bishop. “Morph is helping him with the training and exercise,” Aaron said.

Congratulations to Morph for being this week’s LebTown Pet of the Week!

Bishop & Morph.

Looking for a pet? Check out available adoptions at the Humane Society of Lebanon County.

To nominate your pet, email pets@lebtown.com and include:

  • Your name and your pet’s name
  • Pet’s breed if applicable
  • A little about your pet and why they should be “Pet of the Week”
  • And of course—pictures! Feel free to send high-quality attachments or a link to an online storage service.

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Tom has been a professional journalist for nearly four decades. In his spare time, he plays fiddle with the Irish band Fire in the Glen, and he reviews music, books and movies for Rambles.NET. He lives with his wife, Michelle, and has four children: Vinnie, Molly, Annabelle and Wolf.


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