Hey everyone! This is my first time in any kind of forum, but I was hoping to get some ideas. I have been volunteering at a shelter for a few months now. It is run by all volunteers, in a small county 40 miles from me. They only just got a part-time animal control officer there. We take the dogs to PetSmart every Saturday for adoption events, but beyond that the animals do not really get out in the community. There are a few dogs that have been there a while, but there is one in particular I wanted advice about. His name is Bobo and he is a terrier mix. Bobo is around 3 and has 3 legs. When he was rescued they think he was possibly hit by a car. He has been at the shelter for almost 2 years. He is an awesome and sweet boy but just does not mesh well with other animals and would most likely do better as the only pet. He is on medication for his hips, but can run and play just fine. He goes to adoption events, but is overlooked. Does anyone have any ideas for introducing Bobo to the right adoptees? I am trying to find ways to get these animals noticed and out in the community.