Friday, July 24, 2015

Friday's Friend: Dog Adoption, Operation Paws for Homes

WOOF!!! Happy FRIDAY!!!! Been a good week for me- got to meet some new human friends and a few canine friends too.

My friend at Operation Paws for Homes has had her hands full with finding homes for these two young ladies, Marguerita and Sangria. 

"Margarita and Sangria"
(C) Operation Paws for Homes
Marguerita is a 3 year old young Chihuahua mix who weighs about 11 lbs. 

Barkingly, she is a good cuddler- enjoys cuddling with her foster siblings and her foster human. 

Marguerita just loves to be outside and loves laying in the sun but she loves to have her buddy Sangria with her. 

She loves people and other dogs, but, if they don't belong in her house, Marguerita will let them know.  She will quit hollering at them once you let her know it's alright!  WOOF!! GOOD DOG!! WOOF!!!

She is crate trained, housebroken, and pretty good on a leash. 

Marguerita and Sangria were found hiding in a bush with their babies.  They helped each keep safe until they were rescued. Thankfully, the two were able to raise their babies in the foster humans home!! Arf!  The babies are all gone to their "Forever Homes" - now it's my turn.  

Sangria is my bestest friend.  Pawingly, we don't spend much time apart and do almost everything together!  

Pawsingly pawfect, Sangria is a 2 year old, 10 lbs., Chihuahua mix who is looking for her "Forever Home" too.  
"Margarita and Sangria"
(C) Operation Paws for Homes

Sangria is the perfect cuddle-snuggle up with and watch TV dog.  She loves to have her belly rubbed especially while cuddly with her human!

A lover of all dogs, big and small, and her humans, she would make a great companion dog.  

She will notify you if someone strange is around, but will stop hollering once you tell me its alright!  ARF!!

Sangria is housebroken, crate trained, and is pretty good on a leash!!

Barkingly, if you would like to meet either of these pawsome ladies, please complete the Operation Paws for Homes Application

Paws, if you would like to learn about dog adoption, please visit Operation Paws for Homes Adoption Guide

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