Friday, January 20, 2017

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

(C) Operation Paws for Homes
I am always amazed at some of the situations dogs go through yet they overcome odds or difficulties to become the most pawsome dogs. and yet they come out one top of the best!  My friend "Miss Ashley" from Operation Paws for Homes brought by a dog like that for you to meet-  Mojo!

Mojo Desi Dog came to the USA from India to find humans to love and a "Forever Home!"  In India he was a street dog who got injured and lost one of his legs.  Without the leg, he was not able to take care of himself so some really kind humans worked to help him find his way to Operation Paws for Homes.  Barkingly, the first thing I noticed about Mojo was his enthusiasm and how much he loves to walk, run, jump and chase squirrels even without the one leg!

Mojo has adapted easily to his life in an American home and has fit into the routines of his foster family quite well.  His true breed mix is unknown because of his background- his Veterinarian lists him as Labrador-Whippet mix. Paws, the curly tail suggests some other breed is probably in the mix too! BARKS!!!

Mojo is a sweet, cuddly, fun, happy-go-lucky, house and crate trained, respects mini-humans, rocks at cuddling, gets along with other dogs, will guard your home from cat invasions- so no home with small animals for goooooood reason-type dude! WOOOOOOOF!!!!

Desi Dogs from India have made make pawsome additions to human families.  The dogs are smart and loyal.  Barkingly, with the Desi Dogs unique history and background, humans adopting these dogs will be required to have training set up and ready to help him continue adjusting from street dog in India to a most pawsome spoiled dog in the USA.  The training will ensure he will become the best he can be!

Interested in meeting Mojo Desi Dog?  Please complete the Operation Paws for Homes Adoption Application.

If you would like to learn more about dog adoption, please visit the Operation Paws for Homes Adoption Guide.

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