Friday, February 26, 2016

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

WOOF!! Hope you are having a pawsome Friday and ready for the weekend with some great plans.  Of course you do- who isn't ready for a weekend!  BARK!

Do your plans happen to include adopting a dog or at least looking for that special addition to your family?

If so, I'd like to paw about a friend I made this week with a lady from Operation Paws for Homes, Barbie Doll!

(C) Operation Paws for Homes
Looking for a loyal companion and a great kisser?  arf? BARK!! WOOF!!! uh, er, sorry, well Barbie Doll is the girl for you- sounds like the one for me too- but- woof!

A 2 year-old, 51 lbs., Carolina Dog/Retriever mix and maybe some Boxer thrown in for good measure, Barbie Doll is actually a timid young lady when she first paws someone though she loves humans and other dogs.   She does warm up quickly, pawsibly within a day.

Barbie Doll has a low to medium energy level so she enjoys playing with tennis balls, Kongs, and a short sprint in the yard.

Barbie Doll knows the basic commands of "sit, stay, paw, rollover" and "come."  Barkingly, she does well on leash walks.

House-trained and crate trained makes her a pawfect girl to bring home.  The foster parent has only used the crate when pawsitively necessary as Barbie Doll has not had an accident in the house.

And this girl knows how to dance-just grab a treat and watch her go on her back paws!!  A special treat for you!
(C) Operation Paws for Homes

At night, Miss Barbie Doll likes to sleep right next to her humans bed and usually doesn't make a peep!

Barbie Doll is looking for humans and a "Forever Home" where she can share her sweet self!!  Barkingly, it can be in a home with or without other dogs.

Up to date with shots, spayed, and microchipped.  She is ready to come love on you !  WOOF!!!

If you are interested in meeting Barbie Doll, please complete the Operation Paws for Home Adoption Application.

Interested in learning more about dog adoption?  Please visit the Operation Paws for Homes Adoption Guide.

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