Banjo is a one year old Chihuahua min pin mix who lives in the lower mainland of British Columbia, Canada. He’s currently being fostered by Last Chance Rescue. He is a shy little guy at first, but has warmed up amazingly in his foster home. He is great with other dogs, and cats. Banjo can initially have leash reaction in other dogs, which he is working on. We wouldn’t recommend kids under 12 for this boy, as he is very timid initially. Once he settles in, he is a high energy boy, who is full of spunk and loves to play. He knows all his basic commands, and is housetrained and crate trained. Banjo has had it rough before coming into our care, and really needs the perfect forever home. Here’s Banjo’s profile.
Leonardo is stunning black and white 1.5 year old Dalmatian Cross who lives in the lower mainland of British Columbia, Canada. He’s currently being fostered by Last Chance Rescue. He is a medium sized boy who loves people. He’s a loving dog with an excellent temperament and loves to just give you hugs and curl up with you on the sofa.Under all that love is an extremely high energy pup that will need lots of exercise. A home with a yard for Leo is recommended, as apartment living would not suit him. Leo is currently working on crate training and does have a bit of separation anxiety. Here’s Leo’s profile.
This is chili. He lives in the lower mainland of British Columbia, Canada. He’s currently being fostered through Last Chance Rescue. He’s a neutered male chihuahua. Chili NEEDS to go to a home with another dog. He is really lacking in confidence and gets very scared alone without another dog. He is crate trained, and housetrained. He can mark in new environments. He does well with cats as well. Chili would do best with children older than 10, as he can nip when scared. Chili came from a veryrough situation where he was never provided proper training or enforcement. His fosters have been working hard with him, and he is very food motivated. Ultimately he is a great little dog, who has been making huge strides in his training. Here’s Chili’s profile.
Luna has arrived in the Pacific Northwest and is exploring Seattle, WA with her foster mom. She is available through the Georgia Peaches Puppy Rescue. She is smart and adorable – a cuddle bug along with her hobby of head sitting (her sister has been adopted – but she does have two brother available!) Her days are spent playing with her toys, her stuffed dog and chewing on some bones! Luna loves to nap and when she wakes up she happily follows her person from room to room. Crate training in going well and she is learning quickly with clicker training (and some chicken treats)! This girl is the best puppy!
Hi my name is Toni. I like to take long walks in the yard and not come in when I am called. Afterwards, or for that matter, anytime of the day, I enjoy licking. I lick the couch, I lick the floor, I lick my sisters face, I lick the cushions. My favorite place to lick is mommy’s sheets. I lick them real good so she has to sleep in a wet spot.
I celebrated my adoption by stealing a bottle of nail polish, a bottle of nail polish remover, the phone, a book, and a brand new box of tissues (carefully removing each one) and hiding them in my new mom’s bed.
Editor’s note: Congrats on your new adoption! We wish you many years of happiness and many more shames!
I unpacked my mom’s suitcase and made it into a bed, even though I already have three. I am not ashamed. – Princess Nellie
Princess Nellie has a cushy bed in every room of the house, but she decided that my suitcase would be much more comfy, so she threw my neatly packed clothes all over the room and climbed in. Sigh. A Princess will have her way. She is not ashamed.