Monday, October 30, 2017

Lab Rescue and Hurricane Harvey

Black Labrador Retriever
Photo Credit: Lab Rescue of L.R.C.P., Inc., Creative: Allen Pearson

WOOF! BARK! Over the past few months or so, I'm sure you've seen quite a few news stories about the Hurricanes in Texas, Louisiana, and Florida. WOOF! It's been a barkingly sad time for many humans and their pets as they may have gotten separated in the storm.

Lab Rescue of L.R.C.P., Inc. has had a pawsome role in helping the dogs which were separated from their humans during Hurricane Harvey. By rescuing the dogs already in shelters, and their humans did not come to get them, they help to make room for the dogs who got lost in the storm. Sad. Pawful sad. My human freaks when he can't find me briefly in the house. These dogs were taken by transport on a two-day journey by Andrea, Knine Rescue Inc., and YaYa K9 Caravan from Texas to Maryland.

"Andrea and Knine Rescue, Inc. and YaYa K9 Caravan"
(C) Lab Rescue of L.R.C.P., Inc.
WOOF!!! Barkingly, a tragedy like Hurricane Harvey pawingly has a funny or heartwarming story come out of it. "Lab Lady" shares, "A funny and cute story to share from the craziness that was and is the work the Lab Rescue does …they knew they were receiving  24 Labrador Retrievers. Barkingly, when transport arrived, volunteers discovered one Labrador stowed away and managed to sneak in as if to say “YUP #25! PAWLEASE let me come to Lab Rescue!”

Though you may not hear much about the work being done after the hurricanes, there is still quite a bit to do and the work with the dogs rescued will continue.  How can you help?

Assisting dogs in their time of need costs money and time. While the work is done by volunteers who love animals donating their time, there are expenses related to the rescue of dogs such as Vetting and associated requirements like medications, vaccinations, and preventatives, bathing, food, water, treats, and toys.
"Dr. Makowski Examines a Pup!"
(C) Lab Rescue of L.R.C.P., Inc.
Donating funds and volunteering are the most important needs right now. If you would like to volunteer, the most need right now is in Transportation and House Checks.

Transportation
Lab Rescue is in need of help transporting labs throughout the Mid-Atlantic region. A car or SUV and a bit of time from time to time are all it takes. Along the way, you'll get to make a new friend or two.

House Checks
Lab Rescue needs assistance to dog post-adoption house visits to check in on our recent adoptees. You will get to enjoy a first-row seat on the happy endings rescue is all about.

If you would like volunteer for either of these positions and others which become available, please contact Lab Rescue of L.R.C.P., Inc., www.lab-rescue.org, (301) 299-6756 or email info@lab-rescue.org.

Donating Funds and Supplies
Funds are a pawsome resource for Lab Rescue as it allows them to purchase needed supplies and begin providing the care for a dog. Many times, supplies are donated without any cost to the rescue. Barkingly, sometimes that's not possible as there is a cost to medications or vetting or food or treats- You get the idea.

If you would like to donate to Lab Rescue of L.R.C.P., Inc., please visit Lab Rescue- Ways to Give!

A Labrador Looking for A "Forever Home!" 
Meet my new friend "Lady!"

"Lady"
(C) Lab Rescue of L.R.C.P., Inc.
Lady is a 7-year-old Chocolate Labrador Retriever! She is looking for a "Forever Home" and humans to love! She would like a single-family home or townhouse located in a rural or suburban area. She has no fence requirement. She is a calm and quiet girl.

"Lady"
(C) Lab Rescue of L.R.C.P., Inc.
Lady loves to play with her squeaky toy and stuff animals! She enjoys going on walks and will take care of business while out! WOOF!!  She barkingly enjoys playing with squeaky toys and stuffed animals.

Lady is crate trained and house trained! She sleeps well in her crate! She is learning new commands too.

Lady is quite timid and startles with fast movements.

Lady tends to look the other way and be a bit indifferent to barking dogs and those she sees on walks.  So far, even the cats she sees on walks. She does like to try to chase after squirrels but what self-respecting Labrador wouldn't, right?! WOOF!!!

Lady tested positive for heartworms. Lab Rescue will provide Lady's Heartworm treatment, at no cost to the adopter, at one of our designated vets. The requirement to treat the dog at Lab Rescue's vet is included in the contract's "Heartworm Treatment Addendum". Adopters are encouraged to speak with the Lab Rescue Heartworm Coordinator prior to adoption to learn more about the treatment process.

Lady is recommended for mini-humans ages 10 and older. She has no history with cats and is good with other dogs.

If you would like to apply to adopt Lady, please complete the Lab Rescue Dog Adoption Application.

"Lady"
(C) Lab Rescue of L.R.C.P., Inc.







Sunday, October 29, 2017

National Cat Day! Cat Adoption

In celebration of National Cat Day, I am writing a special post to bring attention to pawsome meowsters needing "Forever Homes!" Why not celebrate the day by adopting a cat or two!

My friend "Cat Lady" at PetConnect Rescue has brought by two pawsome cats for you to meet! 

Meet Carolina! 
Cat Adoption
"Carolina"
(C) PetConnect Rescue
Carolina is a very sweet and playful kitty who came here with her sister Isabella from Puerto Rico to find humans to love and a "Forever Home!"

Carolina is playful and very loving. She enjoys playing with her sister, cuddling and stretching out in the sun for a nap!

Carolina is one athletic young lady as she loves playing soccer and jumping out to surprise her sister!

She will do best in a home with a playmate or with her sister.

Carolina is up-to-date with age appropriate vaccinations, dewormings and is spayed.

Meet her sister Isabella!

Cat Adoption
"Isabella"
(C) PetConnect Rescue
Carolina's sister Isabella is a very sweet, playful, curious and very loving kitty. She loves cuddling and will sit on her foster mom's foot while dinner is being prepared.

Isabella loves dragging her wand toy all over the room! She loves playing soccer with her sister too. 

She will do best in a home with a playmate or with Carolina.

These two sisters are great with cat-friendly dogs! They meowingly love Shadow the Black Labrador Retriever in their foster home.

Isabella is healthy and up-to-date on age appropriate vaccinations and dewormings and is spayed.

A note from PetConnect Rescue: The adoption fee for these kittens is $135 each. The fee helps with the cost of routine vet care. Meowing, the fee DOES NOT INCLUDE spay/neuter if the kitten is not already spayed/neutered. If the animal you are adopting is not already spayed/neutered, you will be required to sign a contract legally obligating you to have the animal altered. A $100 spay/neuter deposit to help ensure that the procedure gets done in a timely manner.

Cats adopted through PetConnect Rescue must be indoor only, and may not be declawed (unless already declawed at the time of rescue).

The first step in PetConnect Rescue approving an adoption application is to complete a Veterinarian check. Vetting of current and past pets is very important so they will be speaking with the vet(s) listed on your application to ensure that your current and previous pet(s) are kept up to date on vaccines (including rabies), spayed or neutered and examined annually by your vet.*** 

If you would like to apply to adopt Carolina or Isabella or both, please complete the PetConnect Rescue Cat Adoption Application

Happy National Cat Day!

Saturday, October 28, 2017

Red And Howling: Pit Bull Awareness Month

(C) RedandHowling, All Rights Reserved, Used by Permission

October is Pit Bull awareness month. Have you hugged a Pit Bull today?

I paw and bark my thanks to Red & Howling for sharing their pawsome artistic talents with us.



Friday, October 27, 2017

Friday's Friend! Dog Adoption, Lab Rescue of L.R.C.P., Inc.


Black Labrador Retriever
"Scout"
(C) Lab Rescue of L,R.C.P., Inc.
BARK!! WOOF!!! This pawsomely beautiful young lady is around 2-years-old and looking for her "Forever Home!"  A pawfect home for her will be in a single family house located in a rural or suburban area.  She has no fence requirement.

Scout is looking for her new home after her human found his time at home reduced and she was suffering from his absence.

"Scout"
(C) Lab Rescue of L,R.C.P., Inc.
Scout is a pawsomely relaxed and well-behaved girl who wants human companionship.  She has few demands: food, water, potty breaks, and some walks- she will happily go on (2) two-mile power walks every day with her humans which really is more than she needs for exercies- WOOF!!

WOOF!!! Barkingly, Scout is trained to ignore cats, deer, and dogs while on walking on a leash, she but does get excited when she sees cats and squirrels outside! Woofly, she is a dream on a leash!

Scout has some basic manners. She is trained to "sit," "stay," and "to not eat until told to!" She is crate and house trained, though she really doesn't need to be crated as she has the most pawfect house manners!

Scout even likes to take baths! How many dogs can say that- not me for sure!

Barkingly, she has been charged by loose dogs while on walks, so she is a little wary of dogs until properly introduced.

She seems to enjoy mini-mini-humans (toddlers) and has been very gentle with them.  She is approved for mini-humans ages 10 and older. 

Believe it or not, and I find it hard to believe as she is a Black Labrador Retriever and we are pawfect, she does have one downfall or shortcoming- she gets hyper-excited when company comes and cannot contain her enthusiasm! Barkingly, a group training class is highly recommended so she can learn to listen with a number of humans around as well as she does one-on-one. BARKS!!

WOOF! Scout would love a home with a family that will provide love and exercise!

Scout is current on vaccinations and preventatives.

If you would like to learn more about dog adoption, meet Scout or apply to adopt, please complete the Lab Rescue Dog Adoption Application.
"Scout"
(C) Lab Rescue of L,R.C.P., Inc.



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

Labrador Retriever Adoption
"Darlie!"
(C) Operation Paws for Homes
WOOF!! Happy Friday! Meet my new friend from Operation Paws for Homes! DARLIE!  She is a sweetie who just came to Operation Paws for Homes!

Darlie is 5-months-old, cute-as-she-could-pawsibly-be, and pawsibly a Labrador mix!

Labrador Retriever Mix Adoption
"Darlie!"
(C) Operation Paws for Homes
Darlie is looking for a dog-experienced human who can teach her how to be a pawsome well-manner lady and a pawsome member of the family. 

Darlie is up-to-date on vaccinations and preventatives!

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

If you would like to apply to adopt Darlie, pawlease complete the Operation Paws for Homes Adoption Application













Labrador Retriever Mix
"Darlie!"
(C) Operation Paws for Homes






Friday's Friend! Cat Adoption, PetConnect Rescue

"Ana"
(C) PetConnect Rescue

WOOF! Happy Friday! I have had a pawfully busy week and am looking forward to a pawsome weekend with my humans!

My moewingly grand friend "Cat Lady" from PetConnect Rescue stopped by this week with a friend for you to meet! Ana!

Ana is a young, beautiful and extremely sweet calico cat looking for a "Forever Home!"  She is meowing for a lap to snuggle on. Once comfortable with you, she will jump up to be petted and then, can't get enough lovin's!
"Ana"
(C) PetConnect Rescue

Ana enjoys watching what's going on outside and just being together with humans. Ana will do best in a home with adult humans only or older mini-humans. Ana will make a pawsome companion.

Ana adores dogs and gets along with male kitties.

She has pawsome litter box manners and waits patiently for meals.

Ana is up-to-date on vaccinations and preventatives.

A note from PetConnect Rescue: The adoption fee for Ana is $135, which helps with the cost of routine Veterinarian care.

Please note that cats adopted through PetConnect Rescue must be indoor only, and may not be declawed (unless already declawed at the time of rescue).

Please note that the first step in PetConnect Rescue approving adoption applicants is to complete a Veterinarian check. Vetting of current and past pets is very important so they will be speaking with the Veterinarians(s) listed on your application to ensure that your current and previous pet(s) are kept up to date on vaccines (including rabies), spayed or neutered and examined annually by your Veterinarian.

Interested in learning more about cat adoption? Please visit the PetConnect Rescue Adoption Guide.

Interested in meeting Ana or applying to adopt her? Please complete the PetConnect Rescue Cat Adoption Application.



Tuesday, October 24, 2017

Dog Breeds: Chihuahua and Chihuahua Mixes

Some humans love big dogs, some love the more humongous dogs while some like the smaller dogs. Sometimes it's preference. Like my human loves big dogs and says he will always have big dogs as long as he lives- he just loves everything about the big dogs.

Barkingly, when my human was just a wee little lad, yes-there were dogs around back then, I was surprised to learn that too, one of his parent's friends had a Chihuahua. She loved the dog and it went everywhere with her.  Sometimes, the dog would be in her purse and it'd surprise my grandparents with a little bark.

My grandparents friend liked Chihuahuas because they were easy to take care of, could take anywhere and a paw full of other reasons. She was always very happy with her pups!

Knowing that, and knowing all dogs are great, I am sharing about the Chihuahua this month!


Monday, October 23, 2017

Helpful Tips for Your First Trip to the Off-Leash Dog Park

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Photo Credit: Pixabay.com Adorable Animal Canine Cute Dog

There is so much to learn about taking care of a dog when you get one -- no matter whether you get a brand new puppy or rescue an adult dog. In addition to learning about their personality, food choices, health problems, and more, it's important to learn how to handle them in regular, daily situations, like taking them on a walk -- or taking them to the dog park. Off-leash dog parks are great destinations for dogs who don't have fenced yards and who want space to run. They can also be great social opportunities for dogs to interact with other furry friends.

If you've just got a dog and you want to take him or her to the dog park, there are some important things you should know before you go. By keeping these important tips in mind, you can keep your dog (and the other dogs at the park) safe during your trip, and you can ensure that everyone stays healthy and happy -- and has a great time!

Start Small
The first time you go to the dog park, try going at an off-hour, like during the work day or early on a Sunday. Hopefully there will be some dogs there, but it won't be overwhelming like it can get in the mornings before or evenings after work. By starting during an off-hour, you can get your dog used to the space and what it feels like to run off leash around other dogs.

Pay Attention
When you bring your dog to the park, don't just let him off the leash then get on your cell phone. You need to watch your dog and how he interacts with other dogs to make sure that everyone is getting along okay and safe. You'll also want to be ready to pick up his poop if he goes at the park -- it's good etiquette for all dog owners.

Make Sure Your Dog is Fully Immunized
Young puppies shouldn't go to the dog park, nor should dogs who haven't had all of their immunizations. Dogs who haven't got all their shots can pick up things like Giardia at a dog park -- so you want to make sure your pup is fully protected before you let him romp with all of his friends.

Get to Know Your Dog Well

It's key to get to know your dog well before you head to the park. This means that you should know whether or not he is aggressive with other dogs or humans, whether he is overly fearful, and whether he handles the company of other dogs well. Try taking your puppy to play with a friend's dog, and see how he behaves. If you adopt a rescue, get to know how the dog handled being around other dogs in the shelter or in a foster home. If you can't find out, test your dog out around other dogs. You want to ensure that your dog can handle the environment of the park, and that you're not putting him or the other dogs in the park in a situation that may become stressful.

Do an Off-Leash Experiment First
Before you let your dog off his leash at the park with other dogs, try letting him run off the leash in another enclosed space (especially if you don't have your own fenced-in backyard). Visit a friend's house with a yard, or go to a playground or tennis court (when no one else is there). Make sure your dog is calm and well-behaved when he is off the leash, and work on recall. By practicing off-leash, you can ensure that your dog won't be overexcited during his first visit to the park.

Go to the Right Area of the Park
At many dog parks, there are separate areas for big dogs and little dogs. Make sure that you take your dog to the appropriate side of the park. This is a common courtesy to other dog owners, whose dogs may not react well to a dog that isn't the same size. Also, be prepared to interact with other dog owners while you're at the park. Every dog has its own personality, and likewise every owner. So understand that you're probably going to meet some very interesting dog owners during your visit. If you watch your dog closely, clean up after him, and ensure that he is playing nicely with the other dogs (i.e. sharing, not mounting dogs to show dominance, etc.) you will have just as good a time at the park as your dog does.

If you take your dog to the dog park, it's important to take your dog to the vet regularly. The vet can ensure that your dog is in tip top shape, and that he hasn't got injured or picked up things like fleas from any other dog. He can also protect your dog from diseases that can be contracted outside -- like heartworms, which is spread by mosquitoes. Your doctor can give your dog Heartgard Plus to protect him from heartworms, and ensure that he feels healthy and energetic to keep going to the dog park for years to come!

Listed below are some references that can guide you for how to protect your dog from heartworms.

https://www.heartwormsociety.org/pet-owner-resources/heartworm-basics

http://www.allivet.com/p-1002-heartgard-plus-chewables-for-dogs.aspx

https://pets.webmd.com/dogs/guide/heartworms-in-dogs-facts-and-myths#1

About the Author:
Lannie, Writer for Allivet. Allivet provides affordable pet supplies, pet medications, and pet meds. Listed below are some helpful resources that can provide some guidance for those looking for helpful information on pet supplies.

Friday, October 20, 2017

Friday's Friend! Dog Adoption, Lab Rescue of L.R.C.P., Inc.

Barkingly, you the day is Friday and a pawsome weekend is ahead when "Lab Lady" brings a pair of barkingly grand Labrador Retrievers to meet you!  Meet Nila and Redi!

The old saying "two are better than one" most definitely applies to adopting two dogs- bonded pairs. The pawsomeness of the two- double the fun, double the love!

Black Labrador Retriever Adoption
"Nila"
(C) Lab Rescue of L.R.C.P., Inc.
Nila is a 6o-pound female Black Labrador Retriever and Redi is a 66-pound Fox Red Labrador Retriever who are looking for humans to love and a "Forever Home" together. The girls are 20-month-old bonded siblings!

Fox Red Labrador Retriever Adoption
"Redi"
(C) Lab Rescue of L.R.C.P., Inc.
Nila and Redi are friendly and like to be with humans and being petted. They are looking for a home with a fenced yard where they can play, exercise and run!

Nila is the laid back one and the leader of the two! BARKS! The pair are pawsome to watch as they live in the moment and have the typical Lab happiness!  They are like two peas in a pod sharing the same food dish even though they have separate ones. Where one goes, the other isn't too far behind. They are dependent on each other and looking for affirmation from the other.

Nila and Redi know some basic commands. They are learning to walk on a leash. The two are crate and house trained.

The pawsome pair have no cat history. They are good with other dogs and are recommended for mini-humans ages 10 and older.

Nila and Redi will have a training addendum so they can be all the bestest dog they can be! They are up-to-date on vaccinations and preventatives. Barkingly, they are heartworm positive. Lab Rescue will provide their Heartworm treatment, at no cost to the adopter, at one of their designated vets.

Interested in meeting Nila and Redi or applying to adopt them? Please complete the Lab Rescue Adoption Application.

The adoption fee for bonded pairs has been reduced for a limited time to help keep them together. Please consider adopting a pair of Labs and enjoy Double the Love.




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


"Lattie!"
(C) Operation Paws for Homes

Meet my pawsome friend from Operation Paws for Homes!  She is looking forward to meeting a pawsome human to love and finding a "Forever Home!" Lattie knows the world is a big place and there are people who will adopt her and provide a home.

Lattie is a Collie mix.  around 18-months-old. I am house and crate trained. Leash walking is a bit of challenge since it's new to her!

Lattie is working on her basic manners and has learned it sit- "most of the time" she says!

Lattie is a sweet loving pups who will make a wonderful addition to any family!  She will go quick so don't hesitate to complete an application today.

Lattie is up-to-date on vaccinations and preventatives.

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

If you would like to apply to adopt Lattie, please complete the Operation Paws for Homes Adoption Application.



Friday's Friend! Cat Adoption, PetConnect Rescue

"Carolina"
(C) PetConnect Rescue

WOOF! BARKS! er, Meow! Hiss? or purr?!? I have had an pawsome time catching up with my friend "Cat Lady" and meeting two friends she brought by to meet you!

Meet my friend Carolina! She is a pawsomely sweet, loving and playful young lady who, along with her sister Isabella, came from Puerto Rico to find humans to love and their "Forever Home!"

Carolina enjoys playing with her sister Isabella! She is an excellent soccer player and enjoys surprising her sister by jumping out from behind something!

Carolina will do best in a home with a playmate or her sister Isabella.

Isabella is a playful, curious and very loving girl.  She loves cuddling and will sit on her foster mom's foot while dinner is being prepared.
"Isabella"
(C) PetConnect Rescue

Isabella loves dragging her wand toy all over her room and playing soccer with Carolina.

Isabella will do best in a home with a playmate or her sister Carolina.

Carolina and Isabella are healthy and up-to-date on age appropriate vaccinations, dewormings, and are spayed.

A note from our friends at PetConnect Rescue: The adoption fee for these kittens is $135 each which helps with the cost of routine Veterinarian care.  Cats adopted through PetConnect Rescue must be indoor only, and may not be declawed (unless already declawed at the time of rescue).

The first step in PetConnect Rescue approving adoption applicants is to complete a Veterinarian check. Vetting of current and past pets is very important so they will be speaking with the Veterinarian(s) listed on your application to ensure that your current and previous pet(s) are kept up to date on vaccines (including rabies), spayed or neutered and examined annually by a Veterinarian.

Interested in learning more about cat adoption? Please visit the PetConnect Cat Adoption Guide.

If you would like to meet Caroline and Isabella or apply to adopt them, please complete the PetConnect Rescue Cat Adoption Application.



Wednesday, October 18, 2017

America’s Most and Least Adoptable Dogs

With the 11th year on the record, it’s not secret for pet lovers that Labrador Retriever is America’s most adoptable dog. In 2017, AKC once again ranked this breed as the most popular canine in the US, with German Shepherd and Golden Retriever trailing close behind, while the rankings for many other breeds have changed and continue to switch places every year.

However, no matter their popularity, some of these breeds are so prevalent that they still rank as the least adoptable dogs according to rescue organizations. For example, Pit Bulls and Chihuahuas are known to be very common in animal shelters due to the public’s perception of these breeds, but the rankings do not reflect the reality of adoption of these breeds.

One common type of the bully breed – Staffordshire Pit Bull Terrier – was ranked as 80th most popular this year, while Chihuahuas are high up at the 30th position. Both breeds are often found in shelters and the staff says that they will be the last to get adopted. Top Dog Tips has put together an infographic of the most popular breeds in America in 2017, and how they all fair against each other. Take a look at it below and maybe consider some of the breeds from the bottom as your next rescue pet.
 
188 America's Most Popular Dogs [Infographic]
Infographic provided by TopDogTips.com!

About the Author:
Hello, dog lovers! My name's Samantha Randall, and I'm a professional writer and animal lover based in Bradford, ME. I'm an Editor-in-Chief here at Top Dog Tips with a mission to bring you the best possible advice on how to care for dogs and their health, publish tips and guides on canine nutrition and dog supplies from many different canine experts through our interviews, editorials and collaborations.

Friday, October 13, 2017

Friday's Friend! Dog Adoption, Cat Adoption

(C) Allen Pearson

WOOF!! I am having an awesome week hosting my human's college buddy different places throughout Northern Virginia this week! I will return to my regular column of "Friday's Friend" featuring friends needing "Forever Homes" and humans to love next Friday, Oct. 21!

In the meantime, if you are looking for a dog or cat, please visit:











Friday, October 6, 2017

Friday's Friend, Dog Adoption, Lab Rescue of L.R.C.P., Inc.

Black Labrador Retriever Adoption
"Julietta"
(C) Lab Rescue of L.R.C.P., Inc.
WOOF! If I was a younger dog or Julietta was an older beauty, I'd have to ask her out on a date as she is just a most beautifully gorgeous Black Labrador Retriever!  WOOF!! She is around 1 1/2-years old and looking for a "Forever Home!"  My friend "Lab Lady" from Lab REscue of L.R.C.P., Inc. brought her by this week for you to meet!

Black Labrador Retriever Adoption
"Julietta"
(C) Lab Rescue of L.R.C.P., Inc.
Julietta is from ta rural area and is not used to the traffic, noise, or groups of humans found in the city. She is looking for a "Forever Home" in a rural or suburban single-family home with a fence in the backyard.

Julietta is a young pupster who loves humans! She has lots of energy! She enjoys running around the yard chasing mini-humans and playing with them.  She loves being petted and thinks a belly rub is a treat!- woof! It is! It is! 

Julietta has played with some of the other dogs at Lab Rescue without problems. 

Julietta is looking for a an active family who will train her and has a fenced backyard for her to run and play!  WOOF!!!!

If you would like to learn more about dog adoption or apply to adopt this beautiful young lady, pawlease complete the Lab Rescue Dog Adoption Application.
Black Labrador Retriever Adoption
"Julietta"
(C) Lab Rescue of L.R.C.P., Inc.




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


"Haddie!"
(C) Operation Paws for Homes

 My friends from Operation Paws for Homes brought by a pawsome sweetheart of a dog who enjoys rcuddling, playing with her Husky foster sister running and running and running some more! WOOF!!
"Haddie!"
(C) Operation Paws for Homes
Haddie is looking for an active family who enjoys running and playing!

She's told by her foster mom, "she is about 1-year-old, 35lbs., and resembles a Shepherd pawsibly mixed with Chow-Chow or even Husky- no matter really, she is adorable and pawsome gal.

Haddie might be a bit shy at first but isn't everyone when they meet new humans?

Take a look at my recent video, Haddie!

Haddie is spayed and up-to-date on vaccinations and monthly preventatives.

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

Interested in meeting Haddie or applying to adopt her? Please complete the Operation Paws for Homes Dog Adoption Application

Haddie!"
(C) Operation Paws for Homes