Friday, October 23, 2015

Friday's Friend! Dog Adoption, Mid-Atlantic Great Dane Rescue League

My friends from the Mid-Atlantic Great Dane Rescue League introduced me to two great dogs this week that I would like you to meet.

Meet Sophia and Optimus!

"Sophia and Optimus"
(C) Mid-Atlantic Great Dane Rescue League
Barkingly pawsome are these two characters!  A pawfect delight to meet!  Except. They are so excited to meet you, they wanted to tell you all about themselves instead of me telling you all about them!  WOOF!! arf?

Almost anything to get "Forever Homes" for dogs and cats featured on my blog!!  WOOF!!!  

Here's their chatting with me-

"Woof! Ohhh, I mean Hi! Sophia here, I have a face that people go “gauhhh gauhh” over, and let’s face it…I’m beautiful and I know it! This is my brother Optimus, a handsome harlequin boy, if you look there is a really cool pattern on his right back side (it looks just like a wolf howling at a star, our foster mom and dad are just crazy about it.). I’m going to tell you a little about us and take charge (because that’s how I am with my brother, I protect him). We are two very loving siblings that take great pride in our bond. We play together, sleep together, get crated together, and drink water out of the same bowl… (Even when there are two). You can say that we are just two peas in a pod!  Woof! 

We are crate trained (pawfect idea to do so when you're not home, or we may find trouble) and house broken.  We are working on our manners now but we still have a lot to learn as we are still puppies and all we really wanna do is play and lay on top of you. Close is not close enough when it comes to loving on our humans. We are not satisfied with the snuggles unless we have felt that there is no other possible way we can fit any more of our bodies on/closer to you. I worry a little when I can’t see my brother, it is after all my job as lady of the house to look after him. 

WE LOVE FOOD AND TREATS! You can get us to do some little tasks if you have a treat in your hand. We also love to chew on a good bone or 5, I love them a little more so then my brother, he rather be next to his human but he loves a good bone. We will be required to complete obedience training as part of our adoption to ensure we continue to learn good manners.

We really love back yards, we would love a "Forever Home" with a back yard or a park nearby where we can run around and play. We are both fence jumpers and can fly over a 4 foot fence with ease so we require a 6 foot fence for our adoption. 

We like other dogs, even though we may talk a lot when we meet them, we are just excited. We are cautious of other humans, we are just a little scared of them but we have not shown an aggressive side toward any other dog or human. We would love to be taken together because we are so attached to each other and love to have each other’s company when you are not home and play together when you are.  

We are great with kids but due to our energy level we will only be placed with children 8+ years. We have never been around cats but think that we might like to chase them so no cats please.

My brother and I find would love to find humans to love and a "Forever Home" together.  WOOF!! THANKS!

These two incredible dogs are fun to be around- if you are interested in meeting them and learning more about dog adoption, please visit the Mid-Atlantic Great Dane Rescue League.

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