“I opened the gate with my big nose and went downstairs and spread the trash all over. Love, Bodhi. PS – I’m up for adoption”
Bodhi is a pit/cattle dog/sharpei mix from Louisville, KY. He’s always a sweetheart, except this once! Bodhi is adoptable through the Misfit Rescue Team. He is already neutered, housetrained, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
Here’s what Bodhi has to say about himself:
I hear all the time from my foster mom that I am very handsome and that there is a family out there that will be lucky to have me. She thinks I one of the best dogs she has ever known. I just know that I can’t wait to find a family that will love me forever. I’m ready to play, take walks, nap and be your very best friend.
I am very well behaved and have a very gentle disposition. I will make an amazing addition to your family.
On April 27, we featured Pierce from Rural Dog Rescue. We’re thrilled to say that as a result of people seeing him on Dog Shaming, we received multiple applications…. and this week, Pierce went home to his forever home.
Thank you for featuring Pierce and all the other Adoptable Friday dogs out there!
Sorry it took so long to let you know… the weekend after Tiny Midge was featured on Adoptable Friday, we received three applications! Midge was adopted soon after that on April Fool’s Day! She has several dog pals in her forever home, including her standard poodle sister Lucy (pictured here on the day they first met), and a Mom and Dad who are enjoying her antics every day. She’s now known as “Stylin Midge,” and has an ever-expanding wardrobe.
Remember Dobby the house elf puppy who wouldn’t stop shivering? He found a home recently!!
I wanted to update on Dobby, he was adopted a week ago thanks to Dog Shaming! He went to a very nice lady and has a canine brother about his size. I wanted to get a pic from them to send, but I haven’t been able to get one yet. I really appreciate your help on this. I am very happy with his new home and from what I hear he is adjusting well. He was a difficult placement. Thank you! I have pictures of Dobby and his new family! His new owner says he is a huge mama’s boy. He has an adorable doggy brother too.
You may remember Bronson from a few weeks back. We’re happy to announce that Bronson was adopted! Here’s what Beth, his new dog mom had to say about him:
Recently you featured a Victorian Dog on here called Bronson (his shaming was related to him peeing in his foster parents car after his nuetering operation!) I would like to let you know that he has now been adopted by myself (Beth), my partner Craig, and our beagle Ellie!
He’s a wonderful fit into our family and I would love to thank his foster parents Kelsy and Travis for taking him out of the pound he was in and giving us the opportunity to provide him a new home. He travelled a long distance to join our family (approx 4,300 kms across 2 days through a combination of driving and flying. He travelled across 2 times zones and 2 states in Australia) in the Pilbara region of Western Australia.
He gets on royally well with our little Beagle Ellie as you can see from the pics attached!