Wally is an adorable chi/doxie mix available for adoption from The Perfect Dog in San Jose, CA. He has a soft dapple coat and huge ears. He is potty trained and house trained. He is a fun little dog that enjoys playing fetch and cuddling, he would be a wonderful companion dog.
“Please adopt me so that I do not have to wear this again!” -Aladdin
In preparation for an adoption event that had a Halloween costume contest for the pups, I had Aladdin try this on. Needless to say, he was less than thrilled with his Halloween costume. He laid down like this and would not move… even for a treat! The only thing moving were his eyes giving me a look of shame!
Aladdin is adoptable through Gulf Coast Cocker Spaniel Rescue in Houston, TX. He is a Cocker Spaniel/Dachshund mix, about 2 years old and weighs about 15 lbs. He is the sweetest pup and gives lots and lots of kisses. He is great with other dogs and would be great in a home with kids. If I could sum him up in one word, it would be “delightful”!
Stella’s owner, Tricia, sent us this lovely shot of her dog Stella, posing next to her mug shot in the Dog Shaming book.
Unfortunately Sasha’s Thundershirt does nothing to calm his fear of thunderstorms. At the first rumble of thunder, he runs for shelter under the bathroom sink. He’s well prepared for a tornado drill!
I hate it when my owners go away so I pretend I’m dying. I should have won an Academy Award!
Zoey tried to kill my Dexter DVDs, I still can’t find all of season 2.
….but I still enjoy rolling around in smelly things!
Jeanie is a 3-legged rescue-turned therapy dog that was late made her mom late to see a patient because of her love of smelly things. The hospitals and nursing homes would not appreciate “the smelly” as she does.
Ruby the dog is so pleased to be featured in our book! Do you wanna know what she did?
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In order for my owners to groom me, I must be constantly fed treats. I pay them thanks by rolling in my excess fur. I love it.
I’m in timeout because I “helped” paint the kitchen using my tail as a brush.