“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.
Mickey is thought to be a Saint Bernard/Sharpei mix. He lives in Chicago, IL and is being fostered by Grahamville Rescue & Sanctuary. Mickey is an adorable little guy who loves to snuggle. He is 24 lbs of fun. He is working on his potty training and has finally mastered climbing stairs. Mickey really enjoys playing and would do great in a loving home with lots of love. He is very playful, loves his doggie siblings and has taken some training classes. If you are interested in this amazing boy, click here.
Scarlet (Scar to her friends) is a goofy, playful 6 month old Shar Pei mix from Magnolia, AR. She came into CCAPS with some pretty gnarly wounds on her back. They have healed but she still has the scars, but they are only on the outside. She loves people and is great with other pups. She has a silly little waddly walk and a wonderfully happy personality. She is available through Columbia County Animal Protection Society in Magnolia, AR. Here is her profile.
Arnold is part of a litter of six puppies born approximately 10/27/12 in an abandoned garage in Detroit, MI. Home FurEver rescued their mom Sheba and dad Henry who were hanging around the empty house where they were living. Arnold, aka Arnie, loves the other dogs at his foster home. He enjoys playing with them and follows them around the house. He also likes to be with people and is perfectly happy to cuddle up in your lap or stretch out in bed with you. Arnie lives in a foster home with a cat that he doesn’t bother at all. He has a calm demeanor, but still has bursts of puppy energy and has fun getting into things. Arnie can be bull-headed at times, but is doing well learning his house training, puppy manners, and basic commands. He is used to being in the crate during the day. Arnold would do best in a home with another medium or large sized dog. He is going to make a wonderful companion for one lucky family! Here is his profile.