Making insulin? Louie the pug ain’t got time for that! This beautiful boy came to the rescue with severe untreated diabetes which had resulted in cataracts, rendering him blind. Surgery restored his sight and now he’s enjoying a new lease on life! Louie requires medication and a special diet for his diabetes, as well as thryoid medication, and his gorgeous brown eyes need drops every day, but he is a happy and loving dog who’s ready for his forever home. He is crate-trained and housebroken.
This will be Dobby’s second time on DogShaming adoptable Fridays.
Dobby is a miniature greyhound/daschund mix from Lubbock, TX. He’s being adopted through the Humane Society of West Texas. This adorable boy looks just like Dobby from Harry Potter when he is sad. We haven’t had a single inquiry on Dobby since he became our foster baby a few months ago. He is unable to go to pet adoption events each week because he gets so freaked out by all the people and noise that he backs into a corner and growls at anyone that comes near. Everyone misses out on his truly charming personality. Once he gets to know someone one on one he is the sweetest lapdog ever. He loves to snuggle under the covers and is a perfect nap buddy. He gets along great with other dogs, and doesn’t seem to mind cats, although he doesn’t currently live with any. His foster mom takes him to work everyday, and he lovers to ride in the car. He has made huge strides with socialization to other people and is doing great on a leash. He still has issues with men he does not know, however, and should not be adopted into a home with children. He can become fear aggressive when cornered. With people he trusts he is incredibly affectionate and a joy to be around. His info can be found here.
Clarissa is a very sweet snorer who is looking for her forever home in Jersey City, NJ! She is approximately a year old. Clarissa is spayed and has all her shots. Clarissa gets along well with other dogs and loves to play! She has learned some basic commands like sit, down and paw. We did a DNA test on Clarissa and she is basically a complete mutt; the only breed that’s probably in her for sure is boxer. She is available for adoption through Liberty Humane Society.
My name is Lilly and I’m an 11-year-old Arabian pony. Jumping over 3’6″ fences doesn’t faze me bit, but the wind whistling by my ears will send me running for cover (with or without a rider on my back). I’m a coward and kind of a jerk!
“I destroyed my dad’s favorite CDs.” We came home to find our retired racing greyhound, Zoomer, had found our CD holder and destroyed my husband’s favorites – AC/DC, Led Zeppelin, Lynyrd Skynyrd, etc. This was the strangest thing she destroyed to date.