“I let them dress me up in silly outfits and take embarrassing photos of me. They say it will help me find a home. I’m so ashamed.”
Sweet, tolerant Daisy has been looking for a home for several months. She’s available from Humane Society Silicon Valley in Milpitas, CA. To help her get more exposure, she’s started modeling different outfits on our twitter feed. While she’s always a good sport, she rues the loss of her dignity. Daisy is eleven and a very active senior. She’s housebroken and good with kids, knows a host of cute tricks but would prefer to be an only dog. She’s definitely a staff and volunteer favorite – she helps out with the kids in our Education programs sometimes – but she really deserves a home of her own.
Cooper is our two year old foster dog. He is a hoarder. We can look past it though because he doesn’t chew up any of it…just collects it! Cooper is from No Dog Left Behind Rescue in Brooklyn Centre, MN. Cooper is a fun, quirky little cuddle bug. He likes to be next to or on whoever is willing to give him some love. He enjoys being picked up and held. While he can initially be a little timid, once he warms up he is a happy fun-loving dog. He loves to be outside playing with other dogs or just walking around the yard. Cooper loves rawhides, and anything else he can put in his “nest.” He is happy in his crate, but good when outside of it. He is house-trained and works very well with a schedule that changes slightly from day to day. Click here to view his profile.
Little 9 pound Leo is the ultimate playmate! Big dogs, small dogs, kids of all shapes and size will find him ready to play anytime! He is available through A.A.R.F. (All About Rescue & Fixin’) in Cookeville, TN.
Leo’s favourite game is pushing his 60 pound foster sister off Momma’s bed. He has a high energy level, and needs a home where he will have lots of play and exercise. Don’t be fooled by his small size, this happy boy makes a great walking companion, and is ready to curl up beside you while you read or watch tv. He would be a great addition to a young family or an adoring companion to an active retiree.
Please help him find his forever family. You can learn more about Leo here.
Leo is currently fostered in Cookeville, TN but transport is available to the Northeast and Chicago areas!
Years ago (before I even had a dog), my roommate put a post-it on my door that said, “Beware of Dog”. Cooper saw the post-it this weekend and I guess he thought it was about him. I found the post-it in his mouth. When I asked him what happened he responded with, “But Ma! I didn’t like what it was implying. So I ate it!”
Maggie, our puppy mill rescue, absolutely hates it when anyone makes any gesture that resembles dancing. This includes arm waving, hands clapping happily, or feet or legs moving in a dance like motion. She responds by yelling at us with her most annoyed bark possible. We live in a modern version of the movie Footloose with Maggie as the pastor.
We recently moved from an apartment that only had one floor into a house. Max had never really been around stairs before since we got him as a puppy when we first moved into the apartment. He chased his furry sister Chloe to the top of the stairs and then freaked out when he turned around and realized how high up he was! It took 5 minutes of standing at the bottom of the stairs with a treat before he finally got the courage to come down, whining the whole way.