Wednesday, January 1, 2014

Woof Wednesday

Welcome to Woof Wednesday. Please meet some great dogs from CA, NY, PA and TX  all in need of good, loving homes!

 Daisy, her mm and siblings were dropped off at this scary place they call a shelter. It was awful. Thankfully ITP picked them up and brought them to this new fun place called the Puppy Pit. There they were able to be social and affectionate, healthy little pups! All of her siblings have been adopted and now it's her turn.  Her peeps at the Puppy Pit say she is a total sweetheart and that she is very focused. She is pretty smart, loves playing with the younger puppies and very gentle. She also loves belly rubs and playing in the wading pool.  She would make a great addition to your family.  Please lets find her a loving home!

Daisy - San Diego, CA

 
It's The Pits
858- 220-7546
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Curtis is a cute little Maltese/Westie mix boy, about 10-years-old, weighing 7 pounds.
He is the most happy go lucky pooch you ever want to meet. Loves his favorite doggie bed, feeding time and being outside. Despite his humble beginnings, he doesn't have a care in the world, nor  a mean bone in his body:  He is great with people, other dogs and cats too. He has dry eyes which had not been taken care of before his rescue, so my eyesight isn't quite like it once was; however he gets around just fine and barely ever bumps into something. His foster mom puts OTC eye drops into his eyes a few times a day and they keep him comfortable. The drops are inexpensive. He is quiet and very laid back. He was recently neutered and had dental work done, and is very ready to start the rest of my life with a family who will love him and whom he can love. Lets find him a great home!

Little Curtis - New York, NY

Posh Pets Rescue
Linda at Mslondonspets@aol.com
http://poshpetsrescue.org
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Annabelle is an adorable little 2 year old French Bull dog who was surrendered to SNORT after her attitude grew to be way too big for her cute little self. Annabelle's primary problem is resource guarding. After her SNORT foster mom put into place a very strict routine and established important boundaries, Annabelle has slowly learned to trust and has greatly improved. Annabelle is a very active girl. Her favorite thing to do is to play in the backyard, and her forever home must have a fenced in yard for her to continue to improve and thrive. She entertains herself with her small soccer ball, but she also thoroughly enjoys a game of fetch with her person. Annabelle is extremely intelligent and learns new tricks very quickly. Because she is so intelligent and active, her foster mom thinks that Annabelle would be wonderful at agility, which would provide her with the mental and physical stimulation that she seems to crave. Annabelle gets along great with other dogs and cats, and she is housebroken. She is a master at basic tricks and loves to work for rewards. Her foster mom has worked very hard to help her build more confidence, and AnnabelleĆ¢€™s forever mom and/or dad will need to be 100% committed to the training program that has been put into place and really seems to be working. Because of her reactivity, Annabelle will not be considered in a home with children. She thrives with just one or two family members caring for her, and too much activity causes her stress. Annabelle currently takes medication to help with her anxiety, and it has really helped her.  She is a good girl about taking her medication and it can be purchased at a very low cost each month. Her ideal home would be one where her person or people are home with her part or all of the day. With time, patience, and a lot of work, Annabelle has been rehabilitated, but she will require constant dedication and boundaries in her forever home to ensure that she does not fall back to her old ways. She is really a dog. She loves to run, play ball, jump in her wading pool, and jump in the mud. She loves to be in nature and just be outside. She is so much fun.  Annabelle is not a cuddle bug, but she is a great dog. Potential adopters must be willing to spend some time getting to know Annabelle over the course of a couple visits and a sleepover or two before adoption.  Please lets find her a good home!

 Annabelle- Philadelphia, PA
 
  Snort
347 766-7812
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 Gracie is a 4 year old Labrador Retriever/ Terrier mix.  In March of 2010 a mangy hungry pup wandered up to a business in Humble, TX and sat down, hoping someone would offer her some food. Instead, they called the Humble Pound to come pick her up. Luckily, she was sprung from the Pound by her foster mom and entered into HOPE's adoption program. Gracie has a strong  dominant personality with other dogs and wants to be first at everything. S he pushes in any time you're petting another dog because she wants lots of affection and attention! She really does want a doggy play buddy, but it needs to be an easy going companion who will let her be the boss. She gets very excited and rowdy when something interesting happens, like someone walking in the front door, but she's fearful of new people and places and can be growly in new situations until she's comfortable. She responds well to loving, positive training though and would do well with an adopter who would work with her on her doggie manners. Gracie really is a very sweet pup and will melt your heart when she comes over wiggling her whole body asking for a hug. She loves to cuddle and lie down by your feet and she especially loves belly rubs. She just needs someone who is willing to help her build trust. Please lets find her a loving home!

 Gracie - Houston, TX
 
Hope
713-622- 4673


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{Please keep in mind a dog is lifetime commitment. They need attention, love and time just like we do. In addition, adding a pet to the family does cost money in the way of food, health care, training,etc. So before adopting make sure you are willing to make that kind of commitment and have the resources to do so.}

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