Maui, my 5 month old Pembroke Welsh Corgi, was let outdoors to do his business. While he was outside with his big sister, Kona (the bigger dog in this pic), he found a mud hole and rolled in it. I hadn’t shut the door quite as good as I thought, so Big Sister let Maui in by herself… and then he ran zoomies all over my white carpet.
Chloe is 7-year-old terrier/warthog mix available for adoption through Dog & Kitty City in Dallas, TX. She has been in the shelter for two long years, which is two years too long! She is spayed and micro-chipped, fully house-broken and walks great on a leash. She is very picky about her dog friends, so we recommend that she be the queen of the single-dog household. Chloe will do best with an experienced dog handler who will confidently take her on regular walks but will also be patient with her transition into a well-rounded and loved dog.
Duchess is an extremely sweet pittie mix available in the Washington, DC area from Rural Dog Rescue. She’s older (about 7 to 9) but still has tons of energy. She loves to give kisses, play with her ball, and when she’s tired, plop down like a frog to the delight of everyone around. She has a sad back story – her owner couldn’t afford to keep her and ditched her at doggie day care – but all of us adore her and want to find her a loving home. Check out her profile at here.
I destroyed my bed while my foster parents were not around, I want a nicer bed!
Beasley came into the shelter as a 4 months old male stray. He’s now 20 lbs, up to date on vaccines and preventives, will be neutered & microchipped next week. They live in Leesburg, VA and are being adopted out through Save The Tails Rescue.
Beasly is a gentle lil puppy, but will be quite large when fully grown. Beasley didn’t want to eat at first so the foster family’s 4 year old little girl hand fed him, he was as gentle as can be. He is great with kids and will be fine with cats. A home with another dog would be best for him, it will build his confidence to learn how to play from a little older dog.
My name is Mitzi and I am a German Shepherd available through the El Dorado County German Shepherd Rescue in Northern California. I am 2.5 years old and I have a lot of energy. I like to pass the day playing with my foster brother. I am great with kids and was raised with a baby and a small child. I have never been near cats. I do love to chase squirrels in the yard. I have a lot of energy and need exercise every day. I also like to play fetch, chase shadows, and go swimming. I especially like to chase the waves at the beach. I know sit, stay, heel, lay and my release word is “okay”. I cannot be trusted around compost, because I will eat it until I get sick. I do well off leash and like to keep my foster parents within seeing distance. Please contact the rescue if you are interested.
Editor’s note: The foster parents have reinforced the fence so she can no longer get to the compost.