“I can squeeze through the fence so when I go outside I wear a cone of shame”
This is Frasier. He is a super sweet 18lb poodle available for adoption in north metro Atlanta, GA through the Humane League of Lake Lanier. Fraiser is about 2 yr old and is very well behaved except for two things: he will chew on socks and shoes (we’re working on that), and he is a bit of an escape artist. He loves to squeeze through the picket fence and gallivant about the neighborhood chasing squirrels (now I wear a cone of shame so I can’t squeeze between the boards). Other than those quirks he has been a wonderful foster dog. Frasier is very sweet and intelligent and gets along very well with the other dogs in the house. He is reserved and polite but also loves to play. More info about Frasier, click here.
Lady Bird (as featured on Jan 18, 2013) has been adopted. “Birdie” loves baseball games and got to enjoy Pups in the Park at Nationals Stadium this past weekend (Go Nats!). She enjoys the 7th inning stretch and eating ball park hot dogs.
Maddie is smart, playful, and very people-friendly! Maddie is at the Humane Society of Sumner County, Hendersonville, TN. She loves belly rubs and squeaky toys and playing catch. She is eager to please and already knows her basic commands. Unfortunately, Maddie cannot be around other dogs, so we need to find her a great home, where she will be the only dog. Here is her petfinder profile.
Rambo is a sneaky guy! No matter how close we keep him in pet stores, he always finds himself in trouble. If we turn around for just one second, and take our eye off him, he has already devoured half a cookie, or bitten the end off a bone! This obviously leads to us having to embarrassingly take the half eaten bone o the checkout and buy it – no matter how expensive it is! Which leads me to think – they surely must keep the most expensive bones so low to the ground for a reason!
I WILL eat your gum and chapstick out if your purse… with no regrets OR shame!
Editor’s note: Be careful with gum around your pets as some gums contain xylitol. This can cause hypoglycemia or liver failure in your pets. If your dog has ingested more than a few sticks of gum, please call your vet or Pet Poison Helpline 1-800-213-6680.
Lukki and Maya worked together on this silent crime. Lukki (cat) jumped on the table and took the bread down and started licking it, then Maya (dog) ate it. The worst part is that I was standing less than 5ft away washing dishes and heard nothing! I knew sooner or later they’d end up here……