Meet Aspire

submitted by The Animal League

Hi!  My name is Aspire but my friends at The Animal League call me Max!  I am a 5-year-old male Boxer mix.  I have been waiting ALL year for my forever family.  I am a big boy but I don’t bark when you walk by my kennel.  I sit nicely because I am such a love!  I used to have an owner who loved me very much.  We didn’t have a home so we lived on the streets but it was ok because he was my very best friend! When he could no longer care for me I ended up in a shelter that would have euthanized me if The Animal League hadn’t rescued me.  I am so thankful this holiday season for second chances.  I really hoped I would find my forever home faster and have a family to love for the holidays.  Could you please let my future family know that I am here waiting?

Come on out and adopt me or one of my friends! There are on average 150 dogs and 50 cats waiting for families to discover them at The Animal League!

If you are interested in Aspire or any of our other Adoptables, please visit The Animal League Adoption Center located at 4648 Baptist Island Road, 4 miles North of Highway 50 on Highway 33 in Groveland, FL. You can also visit us on the web at or search for us on Facebook to see the rest of our Adorable Adoptables.

All of our pets are up to date on vaccines and treatments, spayed or neutered, and come with a registered microchip. We are open every day except Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday. Yes, we are open all weekend! For additional information please contact the Adoption Center at 352-429-6334. The Animal League is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization serving the community since 1988. We are a Guidestar Exchange Goldstar Participant committed to transparency and to our mission of providing care to abandoned, neglected and abused dogs and cats while serving the good people of our community through our programs such as “In League with Education,” “Nourish the Needy,” “The Neighborhood Pet Program,” Pet Food provisions to Meals on Wheels and assistance to the Cornerstone Hospice’s Pet Peace of Mind Program. Please visit our website,, to learn more about us. Thank you for considering a rescue pet, the very best breed.

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