Friday, March 30, 2012

A Reminder: Mega- Match-athon


Hey!!  If you are looking to adopt a dog or  cat,  I wanted to remind you of this weekend's Mega-Match-A-Thon- you'll get to meet several of my buddies looking for "Forever Homes" and maybe you'll meet someone as perfect as me and live happily ever after like my human does-  

 Mega Match-A-Thon, 11:00 AM to 5:00 PM, Saturday, March 31 and Sunday, April 1, at the Washington Animal Rescue League facility, 71 Oglethorpe Street, Northwest Washington. Adopters are required to bring government issued identification and proof of current address, if not included on the identification. Cat carriers, leashes, collars, and harnesses will be available for purchase, but adopters may bring their own. All adoption fees must be paid in cash or by credit card. 

The Animal Welfare League of Alexandria will also have dogs and cats available for adoption at $40 and $20, respectively, at the Vola Lawson Animal Shelter in Alexandria, VA, on Saturday, March 31 and Sunday, April 1, 12:00 noon to 5:00 PM.

Visit for more information on the Mega Match-A-Thon, and for more information on the Animal Welfare League of Alexandria.

Quotes, Quips, Thoughts and Other Notable Sayings

Going through my human's stuff again, I found this quote, which I just love.  It says "That's ME!!" all over it.....

"A dog can express more with his tail in minutes than his owner can say with his tongue in hours." - Anonymous'

I can't wait for my human to read today's quote. 

Thursday, March 29, 2012

Friday's Friend- Part 2- A Cat

OH MY!!!!  WHAT A GORGEOUS CAT!!!!  Er, ooops, I hope none of my dog buddies read this, but I have to admit, she's beautiful and by the profile the Cat Lady sent me, she sounds great!

Meet Millie- she's a dilute tortie cat with gorgeous coloring and markings – and really striking! (no guys I haven't lost my mind!!)  Poor little Millie. She was adopted from a shelter as a kitten, and sadly returned 3 1/2 years later, because her person became ill and went to an assisted living/nursing home. Millie had spent her whole life with her owner, and is now having to adjust to a whole different life. She is doing well though, considering. Millie can be a bit shy at first but warms up quickly and is a purr machine! She loves to be held like a baby; in fact, she will wrap her four paws around the hand that is petting her belly :-) Millie is a very petite (weighs 9 lbs, but looks much smaller), and she is very well mannered. She is affectionate and adorable and just wants to be loved. To learn more about Millie or to arrange to meet her please visit her webpage on PetConnect Rescue: PetConnect Rescue Adopt a Cat- Millie

Ok- just so you know- I am still a dog, will always be a dog, and behave like a dog and RUFF!!!!!!!!  Oh, that felt better- I felt something coming on.   My human taught me to respect others, EVEN if they are cats.   

Friday's Friend- Part 1- A Dog!

I've got two friends to introduce you to this week.  My buddy Alex has sent me a pic and info. about one of us dog friends looking for a Forever Home and the Cat Lady has sent me stuff too.

I am so excited to introduce to you Spike!!  He reminds me so much of a buddy I made while traveling to PetConnect Rescue a few years ago- a great guy, I'll tell ya!

Spike is a Male Pit Bull/Lab Mix, about 42 Pounds and is approximately 3 Years 2 Months old. And, he's house trained, polite, extremely outgoing, happy, people centered, loves to play, willing to work and is treat motivated which would make it easy to train him. Hey, I'd do most anything for some of those treats my humans has!!

My buddy Alex says, "every time I take Spike outside I am amazed at how well behaved he is. He most certainly was someone's dog at one point before coming into the shelter as a stray. He is well mannered, smart, and knows several basic commands. He appears to be in good health, well taken care of, and is such a happy boy. His tail is constantly wagging and he always looks like he has a smile. At the still young age of 3 years old Spike certainly is more laid back then some of the younger dogs at the shelter. He definitely loves to be around people. He loves to be petted on his ears,mouth, tail, or anywhere on his body. He takes treats and toys gently from your hands. He allows toys to be taken easily. I took a couple dozen pictures of him and everyone of them he has the same goofy smile. He is definitely a happy boy! Spike is an all around great dog."

For adoption information on Spike, please contact the Montgomery County Humane Society,, Montgomery County Humane Society - County Animal Shelter, 14645 Rothgeb Drive, Rockville, MD 20850, Main Number: 240.773.5960, Dog #207 Spike.

Wednesday, March 28, 2012

ASPCA’s Mega Match-A-Thon Adoption Event Unites Local Animal Shelters

I am really excited about this email I got last night about this huge event happening in Washington DC!  I want to call your attention to it as many of my buddies (several dogs and cats) from all over the Washington DC area will be there looking for someone who needs special care.  That means looking for you to take them home and give them a Forever Home while they give you this incredible love back just I do to my humans....... is it worth it...  my human would say a definite "YES".  Ask him on comments......   Here's the details...... I know you need a dog or maybe a cat- so check this out.....

"The Animal Welfare League of Alexandria (AWLA) and several local animal shelters and rescue organizations are participating in the Mega Match-A-Thon adoption event, presented by the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA). On Saturday, March 31 and Sunday, April 1, hundreds of dogs and cats will be available for adoption at the Washington Animal Rescue League (WARL) with special adoption fees—$40 for dogs and $20 for cats. The AWLA will simultaneously hold an adoption special at the Vola Lawson Animal Shelter in Alexandria, VA, honoring the reduced adoption fees.

The two-day regional adoption event will feature animals from Northern Virginia, Washington, D.C., and Maryland, all in one location. The Mega Match-A-Thon will take place from 11:00 AM to 5:00 PM each day at the WARL facility at 71 Oglethorpe Street in Northwest Washington. Adopters are required to bring government issued identification and proof of current address, if not included on the identification. Cat carriers, leashes, collars, and harnesses will be available for purchase, but adopters may bring their own. All adoption fees must be paid in cash or by credit card. More information about the Mega Match-A-Thon can be found at

The AWLA will also have dogs and cats available for adoption at $40 and $20, respectively, at the Vola Lawson Animal Shelter in Alexandria, VA, on Saturday, March 31 and Sunday, April 1. Adoption hours at the shelter remain the same, with doors opening at 12:00 PM and closing at 5:00 PM. Mary Beth Mount, Acting Executive Director of the League, says, “We’re thrilled to participate in the ASPCA’s Mega Match-A-Thon with our local animal welfare allies. The exposure our animals receive through such a high-profile event is invaluable when it comes to finding Forever Homes.” Mount added, “This extraordinary opportunity isn’t just limited to the animals on-site. We’re honoring the Mega Match-A-Thon adoption fees at our shelter all weekend long.”

Joining the AWLA and host organization WARL are the Animal Welfare League of Arlington, Fairfax County Animal Shelter, Montgomery County Humane Society, Prince George’s County Animal Shelter, and the Washington Humane Society. The ASPCA awarded 56 organizations nearly $500,000 in funding for Match-A-Thon events throughout the country. “We hope the grant funding will help these rescue organizations—in collaboration with other groups in their community—save a record number of lives during the ASPCA’s ‘Mega Match-a-thon’ event,” said ASPCA President & CEO Ed Sayres. “If we all work together, we can find loving homes for the many homeless animals in shelters across the country.”

Visit for more information on the Mega Match-A-Thon, and for more information on the Animal Welfare League of Alexandria.

A quick summary:  Mega Match-A-Thon, 11:00 AM to 5:00 PM, Saturday, March 31 and Sunday, April 1, at the Washington Animal Rescue League facility, 71 Oglethorpe Street, Northwest Washington. Adopters are required to bring government issued identification and proof of current address, if not included on the identification. Cat carriers, leashes, collars, and harnesses will be available for purchase, but adopters may bring their own. All adoption fees must be paid in cash or by credit card. 

The Animal Welfare League of Alexandria will also have dogs and cats available for adoption at $40 and $20, respectively, at the Vola Lawson Animal Shelter in Alexandria, VA, on Saturday, March 31 and Sunday, April 1, 12:00 noon to 5:00 PM. 

More information about the Mega Match-A-Thon can be found at

Tuesday, March 27, 2012

My Day!

My humans come home from a long day at work, change their clothes and then ask me about my day.  Did you get plenty of rest?  Did you have a good day?

Sometimes this routine gets to be annoying.  First of all, I am not just some lazy dog that does nothing all day- tempting as it is- I can’t do that with my long list of responsibilities.  Ok, so sometimes I can, but just not always.  With this list, who can rest….  I’m responsible for:
·        Homeland Security
·        Exercise Trainer
·        Morning Wake-Up Call
·        Pest/Wildlife Control
I start my day by coming into their bedroom waking them up for the day- wanna talk frightening??  You should see my human’s hair in those early morning hours –then I have to take Dad out for his morning walk- he wouldn’t go without me-then he’d be fatter and lazier.   Then, I have my breakfast – go outside and check out the property- need to certain nothing happened during the night that I don’t know about AND, chase off all those rotten squirrels….  who dig those holes that I get blamed for…… I head back in and check to make sure Dad had his breakfast.  He did and is busy playing some silly game called Farmville.

They head to work and I head upstairs to curl up in my favorite spot, which is a secret just in case my humans read this blog, to take a rest.   It doesn’t last long when I hear something out front.   A loud booming noise then a clatter- the neighbor doing some work on their house- all is safe…… back to my napping spot….

No sooner do I fall off asleep when the doorbell rings.   I run down to the front door- I don’t recognize him so I bark.   He’s not real swift as he rings the doorbell again!  So I let him no he ain’t messing with a little puppy and really let a bark out.  He leaves. 

I head to my secret place and get all curled up when I hear some screaming and yelling.  Worried, I run downstairs to find out what it is- boys across the street playing games- excellent, good for them.  Can you guess where I am headed?  Probably.  Been headed there all day but not had much rest.

It doesn’t work this time either.  Although I think I know what this noise is about, I go to check to discover, I’m right- a couple trash trucks making their rounds and the school bus just went by.

I head up again, hoping, just hoping I am done with the chaos of the day.  I drift off to sleep and begin having visions of Lulu in my head.   Then they are home. 

Why kind of day did I have?  Busy.  Am glad they are home so I can rest- I’ll let the humans  check out the next weird noises!!  And, so it goes, the doorbell rings, I am off to make sure my humans are safe!!

Saturday, March 24, 2012

Puppies Video

I was sent this video today by my buddy "Big Bruno" and had to share it with you- but I've got to warn you, you'll need a tissue box.  I used up almost all of mom's box watching it!

Excuse me..... gotta go blow my nose!!!    Sniff!  Sniff!! Sniff!!!

Friday, March 23, 2012

Quips, Quotes, Thoughts and other Notable Sayings

This is one of the most truthful quotes I've found while going through my humans stacks of quotes, quips, thoughts and other sayings he's collected over the years:

"I'm Cute, Aren't I?!"

"There is no psychiatrist in the world like a puppy liking your face."

-Ben Williams

(or any dog licking your face for that matter - Dulles Dog).

Thursday, March 22, 2012

Friday's Friend

Now, this looks like a cool kitty!!  I didn't say that!  My human wrote it this time.  The Cool Cat Lady sent me an email this week of a cat looking for a Forever Home.   

I'd like you to meet Ophelia. The following is copy sent to me from the Cat Lady- I don't want Lulu (my girlfriend) or the guys to think I'd say this about a cat on purpose:  "This pretty girl is 1 ½ years old and has had a litter of 5 very cute kittens, who have now all found homes. Ophelia was a wonderful mom and now is ready for a home of her own. She is friendly, social and even gets along with the dog in her house. (Woof! – this might even be a cat that I could get to like! But, please don't tell Mom -I'm loving all the attention) Ophelia was not only a grrreat mom to her kids – she also loves the human children in her foster home. She’d be a wonderful addition to any family! If you’d like to learn more about Ophelia or meet her please visit the PetConnect website: 
PetConnect Rescue - Adopt a Cat Ophelia."

I'd truly like to thank Barbara, the Cat Lady, at PetConnect for her continuing support of "Friday's Friend" and her work at PetConnect Rescue caring for the many cats that she does.  Thanks Cat Lady!!!!!

Saturday, March 17, 2012

Saturday's Success Story

Today, I am writing about a "Success Story" of a Human whose success story has been so successful that he's succeeded in successfully assisting the rescue of countless dogs.  Try saying that much less writing it.  And, who knows how many humans he's helped by helping the dogs.

"Big Bruno and Bailey"
What can you say about a volunteer that will answer the call to pick up an animal at transport and deliver them to their new foster home…or will bring dogs to and attend adoption events…a volunteer that helps promote his passion on local TV stations talking about volunteering and adoption…who goes to animal hospitals to help with new puppies and take mom out for a stroll…and takes videos and pictures of his “favorite” fosters to show potential families what they’d be missing if this dog wasn’t theirs.

"The Big!!"
You would say that must be “Big Bruno” and we at PetConnect are very happy to have him as a volunteer.

Bruce Cohen manages to do all this plus walk the dogs at the Montgomery County Humane Society (where he was volunteer of the month, March 2011) five days a week and put together a blanket and toy drive to help those shelter dogs be a bit more comfortable under terrible conditions.. All these activities fit into his life along with a full time Government job.

When PRILOSEC ran a contest looking for the Heroes of Community Service and Volunteerism, Bruce entered and won! That grant helped him pay for the gas to fund his transport and rescue SUV, although we are pretty sure he spends over and above that in order to help dogs find their forever home.

Bruce aka “Big Bruno” is an important part of PetConnect Rescue and to the hundreds of dogs he has saved.

And, I am truly thankful for all the volunteers who do work like Big Bruno.  If it weren't for humans like him, doing the work they do, I wouldn't be here to write this blog story and thank him for all he does.  And, I wouldn't be here to brings tons of joy and happiness and smiles to my two humans- probably what happens with the dogs he rescues and they go to their "Forever Homes".

"Bronson and Big Bruno"

"Big Bruno and Candace"
Info. for article supplied by PetConnect Rescue, Potomac, Maryland, Thanks guys!!! 

Thursday, March 15, 2012

Friday's Friend

This week, I'm introducing a special cat who needs a special human.   Sometimes, we need special humans- could that be you?

I learned about Tobias this week while chatting with my friend Cat Lady from PetConnect Rescue.  I want to share his story, because maybe someone can help – woof, woof!

Sometimes cats and dogs need special help with medical issues. Tobias’ humans found out that he has diabetes and needed medicine, and special food. They couldn’t take care of him so decided to put him down (oh no!!!!!). A PetConnect volunteer at a vet’s office stepped in and offered to take Tobias. At 8 years old he still has so much living to do! Now, he’s on a special diet to help him lose weight and manage the diabetes (there’s a chance that with a good diet, if he loses some weight, he might not need insulin injections to manage the diabetes). As you can see from the picture, he’s a very sweet and loving cat! One of PetConnect’s vets has even offered a 50% discount on his first year of medical treatment. His foster mom says Tobias loves to cuddle and is one of the nicest cats she’s ever met! If there’s room in your heart and home to help this special kitty please visit the PetConnect Rescue website:PetConnect Rescue Adopt a Cat - Tobias . I just know there’s a kind hearted, wonderful human somewhere that can help Tobias – and he has so much love to give in return. Please help!

Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Need Advice on Training Humans!!

Ok- I thought I had my human trained better than this!!!  I cannot believe they did this!!

Get this, they come home every Friday night from work and we spend the evening together- we get pizza or some kind of Italian food, watch some TV, and I curl up with Dad on the couch- Mom's usually on the other couch- works well, they've had a rough and busy week- so we start our weekend by resting up- well, I should have known something was up yesterday when they came home around 1:30 p.m..

Dad took me out to play in the backyard for awhile and then gave me dinner at 2:30 p.m.  Then, they took off.  I figured they'd be back soon as they usually are, but NO they did NOT get home until after midnight!!!  I could NOT believe and no calls to let me know.

So what am I supposed to do?  It's not like I can ground them or take the car keys away?    Got any ideas for me?  I can't keep letting them hang out all hours of the night?!?!

Sunday, March 11, 2012

Saturday's Success Story - Part 2, Baxter's Long Journey Part 2

As promised, here's part 2 of the video we shared yesterday.  And, yes, you will need tissues again.

Thanks again to our friend Big Bruno for producing and sharing these videos.

Saturday, March 10, 2012

Saturday's Success Story- My Buddy Baxter

I would like to share this with you as our Saturday Success Story... my buddy Bruno produced the show.

Let me warn you though- Grab the box of tissues!!!!!!!!

Part 2 will be shared tomorrow.

Thank you to Bruno, Big Bruno Productions for allowing us to share this video with you, and for doing the work you do with animals!!

Friday, March 9, 2012

Quotes, Quips, Thoughts and Other Notable Sayings

I was going through some of my human's stuff yesterday, thought I'd do some house cleaning.  You know how it is, you're bored, need something to do and you find stuff?

I found this box of pages of paper, apparently from a calendar a few years ago.  Since they were dog-related, I can see why he kept them- he loves dogs incredibly... cats are good too, but he's really a dog guy.  Before I got into them and tore them to shreds all over my dad's studio, I decided to looked through some dog quotes, some Bible Verses too and other interesting quotes.  Dad must really like quotes- learn something new everyday... I can't shred these all over the place (my efforts in recycling).   I'll share some with you occasionally.

I think this one is the best.  So truthful.  So honest.  So fun of wisdom and insight!!!

"A house is not a home without a dog" Anonymous

Thursday, March 8, 2012

Friday's Friend

This week's "Friday's Friend" features a really cool looking cat.  Hmmmmmmm.... might have to check this out for Mom.

Here's what I've learned about this cat.  The name is Henry.  He was found wandering around on his own and taken to a shelter, but no one came to claim him. Then PetConnect Rescue heard about Henry and agreed to give him a wonderful foster home. He’s a Tonkinese kitty (is that like Tonka Toys?) with amazing blue eyes (which are sometimes a little crossed) and white feet. He’s a sweet kitty who gets along well with the other cats and even the dog at his foster home! (Woof! - Must be a really patient dog.) Henry was born in the summer of 2010 and would love to find a home to call his own. For more information about Henry please visit my friends at PetConnect: PetConnect Rescue

Thanks to my friend, Crazy Cat Lady, er, Barbara for sending me the great info. on this cat.  Hope he finds a home soon.  Please his heart!

Wednesday, March 7, 2012

Walking with My Human

"The Trails"
One of the things I love the most about walking with my human is that he definitely designates the time as "our time."

He doesn't bring a cell phone and chat with someone or surf the internet or check his email.  He doesn't bring along someone to talk to or some other device or item to keep his attention, his attention is towards and on me.

My human is concerned about my safety as we walk.  Not that the neighborhood is bad or has problems, but there are things I could get into or I could go into traffic or a bunch of stuff- so he's constantly alert to what's going on around me.  He doesn't eat, drink ('cept water) or smoke while we're together.  His focus is on me and my well-being.  Also, he trains me how to behave in situations so I can go more places with him and make other people comfortable around me.  After all, I'm no small puppy so I can be intimidating if you don't know me.  And, he usually chats with me about the day ahead or if he's had a bad day, he'll share it with me -I make him feel better.
"Trails Bridge over Creek"

We've created a special bond that's taken time to do.  Mostly because my human and I walk together and our focus is on each other.   A couple times, I kept my human from falling -I saw it coming!   We're a team.  We'll continue to be one-   because we enjoy the time for us to do stuff - together.

Sunday, March 4, 2012

Military Reunions with Man's Best Friend: Dogs Welcoming Home Their Owne...

I've found this video in my human's email and love it. I think it's the sentiment of many dogs who've had their human's called up for service overseas.

I thought I would veer off course abit and share this with you. I hope that you enjoy.

I'd like to dedicate it to all the humans who serve or have served in the military and their dogs who wait anxiously for them.

Saturday, March 3, 2012

Saturday's Success Story

Hello!! I've got another success story for you this weekend!!  The fosters who adopted these two cats, "Kazoo and Kira," wrote my friend Barbara (the Cat Lady) about the cats they got from her.  Cat Lady fostered them until they found a good home.   

"We have been so enjoying life with Kira and Kazoo. February has been a fantastic month for them settling in and relaxing and really making our home their own. It's just great. Kira will nap on the bed with us occasionally, but often she snuggles under the bed with Kazoo. Kazoo will jump up to say hello and perhaps sit on my lap for a bit, but when it's really sleep time, she goes under the bed, which is just fine with us. They know our alarm sounds mean that we're supposed to be getting up--this morning they both jumped up and chirped right after I hit the "off" button.

Both girls LOOOVE our bathrooms. They love them so much that we have to keep the doors closed otherwise they'll be in there all the time! The tub is a fantastic place for wrestling (Kira loves to hide behind the shower curtain and bat at Kazoo) and perhaps a quick bathing session or two. They are so sweet when they're bathing each other! Kira will reach out both paws and hug Kazoo around the neck and they each groom the other like crazy. Kazoo and I will often have some special time in the morning, and she'll jump up on our counter and ask me to turn on the water. I'll turn on the faucet just a bit and she'll bat at the water stream and even bite at it a bit. She hasn't yet figured out how to take a good drink without getting her face wet, but she doesn't mind. Both Kira and Kazoo love our shower in the master bath and will go in there and sit for a minute, even if we've just gotten out of the shower and the floor is wet. Neither of them seem to mind a bit of water on their paws, and if we close the shower door, they'll both sit in front of it and look over at us like, "Well??"
 Downstairs, we got them a kitty condo to perch in front of the window so they would have a good view of our neighborhood, and on an impulse, I bought them a scratcher/play thing that's shaped like an S. I bought it because I thought it was cute, but it has become one of their favorite playthings. Kazoo loves to sit on the curved end and take a bath, but soon she starts jumping over it and crawling under, and then Kira will usually pounce on her and they start a magnificent game of wrestle-and-chase. We also bought a little scratcher that you hang from a doorknob--Kira LOVES it especially because it has (had) a feather dangling down from the top. A few times we would hear a scuffling and see Kira with all four paws on the scratcher, swinging from side to side and biting at the feather. The feather is now gone and we probably won't see it again ever!
 Both of the girls are sweet, sweet, sweet, but Kazoo is my special girl and Kira really loves my husband--he pets her just right. She will follow him around and flop over on her side as a signal for when she's ready for one of his special pet sessions. Kazoo will jump up on my lap and stretch her front paws up my chest, and close her eyes and purr, then when I scratch her under the chin she'll relax and lie on my arm and let me hold her up for a bit. The sweetest thing is that although it's agreed who each girl likes best, when they jump up to sit with us, Kira will always come over to me for a minute and say hello, and Kazoo will walk over to my husband for a minute before they each settle down with their selected human. It's just the best.

Friday, March 2, 2012

Clean it Up!!!!

My writing today is rated PG-14 GTA (Gross Topic Ahead)- so if you aren’t 14 or older or just not sure, please check with your parent, guardian or other responsible adult who will take responsibility for you to read further.

I am writing to humans today who must start taking responsibility for cleaning up after their dogs.  When the dog makes a mess, you’re supposed to have bags- that you can buy a PetSmart or PetCo or get with groceries or wherever and whatever- to clean it all up.   There’s no excuse not to do it.  My human and I were walking the other day and I was so embarrassed to see a rather large mound next to the sidewalk.  Not good. Now, if this is a school bus stop, some pretty little girl will probably step in it, get all grossed out and scream or cry or both, not wanting to touch it about the time her school bus arrives and she’ll get on the school bus and then the bus stinks all the way to school and then she’ll take it into the school with her.  Now, that’s germs everywhere that have no business being anywhere.  The human must pick it up and dispose of it appropriately according to the laws of the community in which he lives.  Now, I say “he lives” because my dad does all this work and doesn’t want mom to do it except in extenuating circumstance.  So, this applies to the ladies too.

And, the excuse I get of not having a bag or I just used the last bag is really lame.  Go home.  Get some. Go back.  I had a few, uh- well uh- moments, and my human did that.  Normally, he carries about 3-4 bags as a just in case measure (I’m a really big dog).

I hope the next time I walk my human down the street, I am not embarrassed by more mounds left by irresponsible humans (we don’t have opposing thumbs so we can’t do it)- just remind them, it could be their child who steps in it.  Not fun. 

Thursday, March 1, 2012

Friday's Friend

I've got a couple of cats to introduce today.  These two look like they'd be fun to adopt and just sit and watch them play all day.    Maybe I could join in- naw, last time I did that, I scared the cats and their humans.  But, the look of horror on their faces was priceless!!

"Best Friends!  I always thought that cats were independent animals who didn’t enjoy the fun of being in a pack (while I on the other hand love having my pals over in my yard to play!)  But I’m learning a lot from my friends at PetConnect Rescue. Sometimes you just got to have your best buddy with you, even if you’re a cat! Mahoney & Peanut are brothers and best friends – they do everything together! They sleep together, wrestle, play chase and cuddle with their foster family together. So PetConnect is looking for a human family where Mahoney & Peanut can stay together. These boys are just under one year old, neutered and have had all their shots. To learn more about Peanut and Mahoney please visit PetConnect Rescue. Woof Woof to having a best friend!"