KC, is wonderful rescue foster Pug-Chihuahua living in Alexandria, NY. He is being fostered though Mid Atlantic Pug Rescue. While at the clinic, KC communicated to the Vet Tech that she did not want a pawdicure by pooping on her. Then, once her grievance was aired (so to speak) KC calmed down and gave in. KC is probably the cuddliest pug I’ve ever fostered. From the very start, all she wanted to do was cuddle next to me on the couch. She is very attentive to new commands and really wants to please.
Our foster dog Snoopy has a thing for feet! He lives in New Lennox, IL and is being fostered through the Midwest Boston Terrier Rescue. He loves to cuddle with your feet and will try to lick anyone’s toes if they aren’t wearing socks. Snoopy is 6 yrs old and was in pretty bad shape when we was rescued. He is blind due to trauma and has also suffered a broken leg and is missing teeth. He was left out in a back yard for months in inclement weather and without medical attention. He has since recovered and looking for a home. He is a very loving dog and despite his ruff life, he is completely trusting of humans, loving and just wants to be near people. If you are interested in Snoopy please check him out here.
Abbey is a young, active, petite German Shepherd mix, From Washington, DC and is being adopted through the Virginia German Shepherd Rescue. She has lovely house manners. She loves to run and needs a fenced yard. But after a run, she is happy to cuddle up with a few good toys in a soft bed. She is good with kids and other dogs.
Oscar is a 6 yr old Doxie/Beagle mix available for adoption in St. Charles, IL through Grahamville Rescue and Sanctuary. He is super sweet and loves other dogs and is great with kids. He is just full of personality and sometimes a little mischief He is housebroken and crate trained. He will need a fenced yard or be on leash as he likes to chase things and disappear. He would love a playmate and enjoys his toys and a good bone. If you are interested in Oscar, here is his Petfinder profile.
I left home for 30 minutes. When I came back, what used to be a full loaf of bread in the pantry was lying on the kitchen floor, torn open and half missing. I spent the day finding progressively more creative hiding places where Fennel had stashed his treasure… a week later he still goes nosing around the former stash locations, hoping their contents will have magically reappeared.