Shelter Wisely Names Dog L.L. Bean, Thus Guaranteeing Adoption

After a year at the Dunn County Humane Society, a dog named L.L. Bean is being adopted by an employee of the company that supplies Americans with sensible outdoorsy fashions. Recently a Wisconsin TV station ran a story about the three-year-old, 80-pound coonhound and it wound up being circulated within the company. The shelter received four adoption applications from employees and now L.L. Bean has been matched with customer service representative Pam Burt. Employees also raised money to cover the dog's $800 transportation fees. We expect this heartwarming tale will lead to more shelter animals being named "Target," "Sears," and "Cheesecake Factory."