I REPEATEDLY SIT ON YOUR LAP UNTIL YOU MAKE ROOM FOR ME ON THE COUCH! LOVE BARTLEBY
Tasha has an egg-diction.
My moms took me on a nice snowy hike, so I thanked them by rolling in dog poop.
I can’t help it… I am disgusting.
I dug a hole in Mommy’s garden, and I am not sorry. It was yummy!
Nixon the perpetual bed thief.
After a long hard day’s work..
“I am a ladybug. Your argument is invalid.” Cinnamon just doesn’t realize that she is not an insect, she is in fact a 75 pound pit bull! She lives in Newhall, CA and is being adopted through New Leash On Life. When she’s not in costume she’s learning how to open the fridge, playing with volunteers, and trying to get into laps she can’t fit in! She would love to find someone to give her great big kisses to at the end of the day!
Daisy lives in Mount Laurel, NJ and is being adopted through Animal Sanctuary Society. This sweet greyhound mix is so cute and just gets along with everyone. She is very friendly, loving and loves to give kisses. She loves to run and she runs 5 miles a day on a tread mill. She isn’t hooked and gets off when she is done, sometimes she will run 6 miles. She is waiting for a new loving home. Here is her profile.
Libby is adoptable through the Humane Society of Concord in Concord, NC.
Libby is a wonderful adult dog with a great personality! She is house trained and is very affectionate towards people. She can be quite a couch potato, but also thoroughly enjoys her daily walks! Libby walks great on a leash, knows the commands “sit,” “down,” and “stay”, and loves going for a ride in the car! Libby needs to be the only animal of the house so she can soak up all the love! She is spayed and current on all of her shots.
All Libby needs is a loving “forever” home!
Ziggy, our adorable foster dog from Monona, WI, was up to the task of helping his foster sister’s painting dry. We didn’t realize this until he walked into the room with a blue mug. The blue really accentuated his underbite!! Ziggy is a fun little 10lb boy who was transferred from Milwaukee Animal Control to Underdog Pet Rescue. He had been a stray for what the shelter believed to be months and months and had to be shaved down when he came in because he was so matted. Poor little guy! He has been fantastic at his intake foster home with kids and he LOVES to play with other dogs and people.