Friday, September 25, 2020

Friday's Friend! Cat Adoption, Advocates for Abused and Abandoned Pets (A3P)

Cat Adoption
Photo: Advocates for Abused and Abandoned Pets (A3P)
Creative: from The Dog's Paw!


MEOWS! MEOWS! Purrs! It's raining kittens!

My pawsome friend "Miss Sherry" from the Advocates for Abused and Abandoned Pets (A3P) came by this week surrounded by kitties and a huge smile on her face! She loves helping animals find their "Forever Homes!" Purrs, these cute furbabies have come to Advocates for Abused and Abandoned Pets (A3P) from all directions! 

Meows, if you are looking to adopt a kitty, pawlease take a look at the photos I have included in this post and consider adoption. These are only a few of the loving and social kitties!

Meows! If you're looking to add a furry friend to your family, learn about cat adoption, apply to adopt, or sponsor a kitty pawlease contact a3p.petlovers@gmail.com.


Cat Adoption
Photo: Advocates for Abused and Abandoned Pets (A3P)
Creative: from The Dog's Paw!


Cat Adoption
Photo: Advocates for Abused and Abandoned Pets (A3P)
Creative: from The Dog's Paw!




Cat Adoption
Photo: Advocates for Abused and Abandoned Pets (A3P)
Creative: from The Dog's Paw!




Cat Adoption
Cat Adoption





Wednesday, September 23, 2020

Prayer Pups by Jeffrey Smith

© 2020, Prayer Pups, by Jeff Smith, Used by Written Permission
© 2020, Prayer Pups, by Jeff Smith, Used by Written Permission

Paws, I am not affiliated nor do I earn any dog treats or toys or steaks by sharing about this product.

Barks! I have been sharing the pawsomely grand comics of Prayer Pups by Jeffrey Smith for a few years. Paws, I love his work and his Christian perspectives in his cartoons which help mini-humans and adults pursue a stronger relationship with Jesus Christ and to nurture a better understanding of The Word by using the gift with which God blessed me.

Barks, I would like to share this book "Treasure Hunt" which is full of fun activities and devotions for mini-humans featuring the Prayer Pups! To learn more or purchase a copy for your mini-humans, pawlease visit Treasure Hunt by Prayer Pups! The book would make a great Christmas gift for the pawsome mini-humans, grand mini-humans, or great grand mini-humans in your life.

Paws, I bark a huge thank you to Jeffrey Smith for sharing his creative talents in Prayer Pups with us!

Monday, September 21, 2020

Size Matters! Dog Adoption, Small Dogs

Photo by Graham Holtshausen on Unsplash
"A French Bull Dog Poses for the Camera"
Photo by Graham Holtshausen on Unsplash

WOOF! Barkingly, an impawtant aspect of adopting a dog is its size and grouping. Despite what you hear or have read, size matters! It matters quite a bit. From small to extra large, it’s impawtant to take size as a serious factor and discuss with everyone who will be caring for the dog before you go any further. After you have considered the time and lifestyle you have to devote to a dog, size, breed, and grouping are important.

Grouping? Woof! Yes, along with size, you should take into consideration the American Kennel Club’s grouping of the breed(s) you are interested in adopting. The reason for this is simple. Dogs were bred for a specific job or reason, such as sporting or hunting or even, yes, toys. If you want a dog to be a companion without all the high energy of another breed, you need to decide that early and be aware of it when you look. A mixed breed, which is what I am, a handsome debonair Plott Hound/Black Labrador Retriever, are excellent dogs because you can get the best qualities of the different breeds.

Small Dogs. Small dog breeds include Boston Terrier, Chihuahua, Dachshund, Jack Russell Terrier, Maltese, Miniature Pinscher, Miniature Schnauzer, Pekingese, Pomeranian, Poodle, Pug, and Rat Terrier, just to name a few.

Barkingly, with small dogs, you definitely have more portability available to you than the larger breeds! Paws, you can take them easily in any car and go almost anywhere with little consideration or concern except that you fasten your dog's seatbelt, or pawssibly in this case, place them in a car seat. And, NEVER, let the dog ride in the front of the car- should an airbag deploy, it could lead to major problems.

These dogs will fit in your purse, slip inside your coat, backpack, or a grocery bag. Woofingly, you’ll be able to take him more places than you expect or you could with a large dog. For me, it’s more like I try to hide my human but then…. woof.

Another cool quality about the small breeds is the nature of the “business” the dog creates. Barks, the size of the dog's business can range from small to almost a medium size. You’ll be able to easily pick it up and get rid of it much quicker than with the larger breeds.

Woofs, a few disadvantages to the small breeds are some of them are constant barkers which are commonly called “yappers” among humans. They bark at every noise, every little thing, and sometimes don’t seem to stop until you are completely crazy!! Also, they are trippers!! They run around your legs which could cause you to stumble and trip. These are challenges you should consider before adopting a smaller breed.

A great factor with the small breeds, barks, paws, if you live in a condominium or townhouse or small home and don’t have a lot of room, and must have a dog, a small dog is great for that type of space. WOOFS! They don’t require much room. For them, a good size family room is a great large humongous space to explore and play while for someone like me, there’s not that much room to move around! Woof!

Barkingly, the expenses related to smaller dogs are usually less too. Smaller amounts of food, less water, and smaller accessories like collars and clothes, if you should want or need them. 

Barksters, a small dog can be as great a friend or companion as a medium or large one, it depends on you and your immediate family, not me or someone outside who may think they know it all.

Of course, to be successful with your new pup, you should thoroughly research the breeds which interest you. Should you go the rescue dog route, adopting from a rescue organization or shelter, which is often the best, knowing about specific small breeds will benefit your selection.

Sunday, September 20, 2020

Prayer Pups by Jeffrey Smith

 
(C) 2020, Prayer Pups by Jeffrey Smith
© 2020, Prayer Pups, by Jeff Smith, Used by Written Permission


WOOFS! Many paws and barks of thanks to Prayer Pups and Jeffrey Smith for sharing their pawsome artistic talents with us. 

All content and characters © 2020, Jeffrey Smith. All rights reserved. Used by Permission, Prayer Pups by Jeffrey Smith

WOOF! To learn more about God's Plan for Man, the Good News, pawlease visit Peace With God!

Prayer Pups


Saturday, September 19, 2020

A Sponsored Post: 6 Great Reasons to Hire a Dog Trainer

Christos Philippou - Founder of Delaware K9 Academy
"Christos Philippou - Founder of Delaware K9 Academy"
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6 Great Reasons to Hire a Dog Trainer

If you have an unruly new puppy in your home, professional training services can help turn them into a well-mannered pet. It is important that you take the time to look over some of the best reasons to take advantage of these services. Training a dog of any age on your own can be fairly difficult and time- consuming. Why not let someone else teach your dog how to behave properly?

Professional Trainers have Experience
A good dog trainer will have years of experience working with all different types of dogs. They will also have experience dealing with a wide range of behavioral issues. This is a big part of what makes these professionals so good at their job. When you are looking for a top rated dog trainer in Delaware, this is something to consider. Even if you’ve owned dogs before, it is unlikely that you’ll have the kind of experience that these professionals do.

A Trainer Will Keep You Accountable
Those who try to try their dogs completely on their own usually don’t have the necessary motivation to see it through. By hiring a professional dog trainer, you will have someone you must answer to each week. The trainer will want to see what sort of progress you have made with your dog between sessions. This could give you the extra bit of motivation you need to properly train your canine companion.

Learn the Most Effective Methods
A trainer can provide you with incredibly effective methods for curbing undesirable behaviors. You can implement these methods at home on a daily basis. You can trust that these professionals know what they are talking about. A lot of DIY dog trainers choose ineffective methods they find online, which just wastes a lot of their time.

It’s a Great Long Term Investment
While nobody likes spending the money on a professional dog trainer, it is a great long term investment. Just think about the many years of well-mannered behavior that you’ll have to look forward to from your pooch. These services will serve you and the rest of your family well for a long time into the future. The better behaved your pet is, the less stress everyone in your home is going to experience every single day.

It will Strengthen the bond between you and your Pet
The time that you spend with your pet at training sessions with a professional will definitely strengthen your overall bond. This is a very hands-on way to interact with your pet, which will make you even better friends. Most people are very glad for this experience because of how much more affectionate and loyal their pet is as a direct result.

Better Mental Health for Your Pet
Studies have shown that professional training services can actually improve a dog’s overall mental health and well being. This is most likely due to the sharp increase in the animal’s confidence and abilities. Believe it or not, these training sessions act as a sort of therapy for many dogs. If you want your dog to be as happy and healthy as possible, these services are incredibly beneficial.

Conclusion
Professional dog training services can benefit both the owner and the animal. There are many different options to choose from, so you’ll almost certainly find exactly what you need. In fact, this is one of the best investments you will ever make when it comes to your pet. These services will make you like them even more, and bring both you closer together with a stronger overall bond. If you’re looking for professional dog training services you can check out Delaware K9 Academy.

About the Author: 
Christos Philippou started Delaware K9 Academy in the beginning of 2019 in order to provide quality, safe, and affordable training and boarding services to the greater Northern Delaware area. After realizing that owners are still struggling to find a trainer that achieves exceptional results at an affordable price, he set out to build a company that can help. While located in Wilmington Delaware, we service all surrounding areas to make sure people can take advantage of what we have to offer.

Friday, September 18, 2020

Friday's Friend! Dog Adoption, Lab Rescue

 

Dog Adoption
"Cedar"
Photo: Lab Rescue

WOOFS! Happy Friday humans and canines! It's the weekend... or it soon will be! Whatever plans you might have, can only be made better and more fun by the adoption of a dog! My friend "Lab Lady" of Lab Rescue brought by a pawsome fella for you to meet! Cedar!

Cedar is a 10-year-old Yellow Labrador Retriever looking for a "Forever Home!" in a single-family house located in a rural or suburban area with a physical fence. 

Cedar is an affectionate fella. He is discovering life as a dog can be quite fun! Barkingly, I couldn't agree more! He enjoys car rides, is working on his leash skills becoming considerably calm after the first few 100 yards, and enjoys toys. 

Yellow Labrador Retriever Dog Adoption
"Cedar"
Photo: Lab Rescue

Cedar is house- and crate-trained. He hasn't destroyed anything within his foster home including his own toys. He has a few stuffed toys he loves and will take them, or a chew, with him in his crate at bedtime! 

Cedar isn't much of a barker... a cool quiet fella I'd say. Barks. When he does bark, it's a cross between a woof and a howl! 

Barkingly, my buddy Cedar isn't much on Thunderstorms! He will need a quite place to go for the duration of the storms. I pawsonally like to curl up with my bankies when a storm is coming and stay there! 

Cedar has determined that futons and curling up in front of a window to enjoy the world going by is a pawsome way to spend the day! 

Barkingly, Cedar can be a bit of a counter-surfer or dumpster-diver so these places need to be secured. WOOFs! 

Pawsome Cedar is not a high-energy kind of guy. He enjoys walks and playtime in the backyard. 

WOOFs! He is much better with female dogs than males. He will guard his toys so they need to be picked up and put away before any dog visitors come around! Barks. 

Cedar is approved for mini-humans ages 10 and older. He is good with other dogs. Paws, no cats in his "Forever Home!"

To learn more about adopting a Labrador Retriever from Lab Rescue, pawlease visit their Adoption Guide!

If you would like to meet Cedar or apply to pawssibly adopt him, pawlease complete the Lab Rescue Dog Adoption Application.

Woofinglys, do you pawsitively love Labrador Retrievers but are unable to adopt? Paws, how about supporting Cedar financially? Donations will assist with their care. Any extra funds will be used to assist other Labrador Retrievers at Lab Rescue. Interested? Pawlease donate HERE! Donations are tax-deductible. 

Yellow Labrador Retriever Dog Adoption
"Cedar"
Photo: Lab Rescue




Yellow Labrador Retriever Dog Adoption

Yellow Labrador Retriever Dog Adoption


Friday's Friend! Cat Adoption, PetConnect Rescue


Cat Adoption
"Dana"
Photo: PetConnect Rescue

MEOWS!! My pawsome friend "Cat Lady" from PetConnect Rescue brought by a beautiful cat looking for her "Forever Home!" with humans she can train to wait on her, hand and paw, all the rest of her pawsome born days. Purrs, you know how we cats can be!

Dana is a petite sweetheart! She is looking for a home where she will have another cat with confidence who will help her settle in! 

Cat Adoption

Meows, with patience, she has shown an interest in humans and toys. There isn't a cat in her foster home she doesn't enjoy playing with! 

Pawingly, Dana will be happiest in a home with older mini-humans or adults. She could pawssibly be fine with a laid-back cat-friendly dog. 

Meows, to learn more about cat adoption with PetConnect Rescue, pawlease visit their Adoption Guide

If you would like to meet Dana or apply to pawssibly adopt her, pawlease complete the PetConnect Rescue Cat Adoption Application

Meows, are you unable to adopt? Pawlease consider supporting Dana financially. Donations will assist with her care. Any extra funds will be used to assist other cats at PetConnect Rescue. Interested, pawlease donate HERE! Donations are tax-deductible!

Cat Adoption

 

Friday's Friend! Dog Adoption, PetConnect Rescue

 

"Ollie"
Photo: PetConnect Rescue


WOOF! HAPPY FRIDAY! Your weekends are about to get more exciting, more fun, and pawssibly more adventurous with this new friend Ollie from PetConnect Rescue! He is looking for a "Forever Home!" with humans to love who will love him too.

Dog Adoption
Ollie is one happy fella at around 2-years-old and is pawssibly a Terrier/American Pit Bull mix. He is house- and crate-trained. He is a bit of a ham and will pawsomely delight you with his goofy personality. Paws, he always seems to have a "smile: on his face! 

Barks, Ollie is good with mini-humans, loves other dogs, and his humans! 

Woofs, Ollie has recently completed his heartworm treatment and is doing pawsome!

Ollie has been neutered and is up-to-date on vaccines and preventatives! 

Barkingly, Ollie is quite eager to find a family to love.     

To learn more about dog adoption with Pet Connect Rescue, pawlease visit their Adoption Guide.

If you would like to meet or apply to pawssibly adopt Ollie, pawlease complete their Dog Adoption Application.

For more information, email France at FBognon@petconnectrescue.org.

Unable to adopt? Pawlease consider supporting Ollie financially. Donations will assist with his care. Any extra funds will be used to assist other dogs at PetConnect Rescue. Interested, pawlease donate HERE! Donations are tax-deductible!

Dog Adoption
"Ollie"
Photo: PetConnect Rescue

 

Dog Adoption

Friday, September 11, 2020

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

Dog Adoption
Photo: Operation Paws for Homes
Creative: from The Dogs Paw!

WOOF! Meet my pawsomely grand friend from Operation Paws for Homes, Mama Mia! She is around 3-years-old and pawssibly a Terrier x Pit Bull Terrier mix! WOOFS!

Mama Mia plays well with her furry foster sister and human foster mini-humans. She loves playing! Barks, her favorite toys are ropes, balls, and squeaky toys! If you like playing tug, she will join in with you! 

Mama Mia gets super-excited when she meets new humans and dogs! Once she gets to know you, she will be your bestest friend! 
Dog Adoption
Photo: Operation Paws for Homes
Creative: from The Dogs Paw!

Mama Mia is house- and crate-trained in her foster home. She sleeps well in the crate! If her humans are around during the day, she prefers to hang out with them. 

She is one smart dog! She found the bells on her foster's doors and likes to ring them so she can get attention or be let outside!

Mama Mia is full of energy so a long walk or quick jog is a great way for her to start the day. 

She is a pawsomely strong dog and is working on her leash manners. She is well with a front-clip harness. Like me, she finds it hard not to pull and tug when the humans don't want to walks as fast as we can to explore all the pawsomely grant smells and animals outside! 

With Mama Mia's energetic and so very-happy-self, she will do best in a "Forever Home!" without small mini-humans and has some dog experience!

Paws, Mama Mia loves chasing small animals so no cats in her "Forever Home!" 

To learn about adopting a dog with Operation Paws for Homes, pawlease visit their Adoption Guide!

Barkingly, to meet or apply to pawssibly adopt Mama Mia, pawlease complete the Operation Paws for Homes Dog Adoption Application.

WOOFS! Do you love dogs, but, for whatever reason, are not able to adopt? Please consider
supporting Mama Mia financially. Donations will assist with her care. Any extra funds will be used to assist other dogs at Operation Paws for Homes. Interested, pawlease donate HERE! Donations are tax-deductible! 
Dog Adoption
Photo: Operation Paws for Homes
Creative: from The Dogs Paw!
Dog Adoption
Dog Adoption

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


Great Dane Dog Adoption
Photo: Mid-Atlantic Great Dane Rescue League
Creative: from The Dog's Paw!

WOOF! Barks, I love meeting up with the "Great Dane Dame" of the Mid-Atlantic Great Dane Rescue League and meeting these Great Danes! These pawsome dogs remind me that they are a few dogs larger than me. Barkingly, and, I have to admit, a few come close to being as handsome as me too... close... meet Tyrion... a most handsome black Great Dane looking for his "Forever Home!" with humans to love who will love him too!
Great Dane Dog Adoption
Barkingly, if you like long walks through the neighborhood, the beach, or treks through the forest, Tyrion is not your guy! He prefers to veg out and have a binge-watching pawty of your favorite shows.

He loves mini-humans and cats. Pawingly, his foster mom's cats are snobbish so he does his best to stay out of their way! They want to be in charge and he's fine with that! WOOFS!

Tyrion has some specific needs. Since he has some issues with his hips and knees, he cannot climb stairs and tends to get nervous on hardwood and ceramic tile floors. He prefers those rugs where he can sink his toes in!

Barks, the quickest way to his heart is a short walk through the yard and joint supplement in his dinner! WOOF!

If you would like to learn more about adopting, or pawssibly adopt or meet, a Great Dane pawlease visit the Mid-Atlantic Great Danes Adoption Guide.

Woofinglys, do you pawsitively love Great Danes but are unable to adopt? Paws, how about supporting Tyrion financially? Donations will assist with their care. Any extra funds will be used to assist Great Danes at the Mid-Atlantic Great Dane Rescue League. Interested, pawlease donate HERE! Donations are tax-deductible.

Great Dane Dog Adoption

Friday's Friend! Cat Adoption, PetConnect Rescue

Cat Adoption
Photo: PetConnect Rescue
Creative: from The Dog's Paw!

MEOWS! Happy Friday! I hope you have had a grand week! I caught up with my purringly pawsome friend "Cat Lady!" from PetConnect Rescue who has brought by a pawsome handsome cat for you to meet! AUGGIE!

He looks like a cat and pawssibly acts somewhat like a cat but he behaves more like a dog! Meows! er, woof? Auggie gives a friendly greeting to all he meets whether he has met you before or not!
Cat Adoption

Auggie enjoys checking out new places too! Like the Veterinarian's office! On his first trip, he confidently walked out of his crate and proceeded to make friends with the Veterinarian Technician! Purrs!

Meowingly, Auggie loves to snuggle and lay on laps!

Purringly, Auggie is an all-around pawnderfully grand dog-cat!

HISS! Auggie's appearance is a little rough. He was living outside where he clearly got into a few scrapes! He wasn't neutered but PetConnect Rescue has taken care of that. Unfortunately, he has contracted FIV.  Purringly, though he's FIV+ he's young, healthy, and expected to live a long happy life!

To learn more about cat adoption with PetConnect Rescue, pawlease visit their Adoption Guide.

To meet or apply to pawssibly adopt Auggie, pawlease complete the PetConnect Rescue Cat Adoption Application!

Meows, are you unable to adopt? Pawlease consider supporting Auggie financially. Donations will assist with his care. Any extra funds will be used to assist other cats at PetConnect Rescue! Interested, pawlease donate HERE! Donations are tax-deductible!

Cat Adoption
Photo: PetConnect Rescue
Creative: from The Dog's Paw!

Cat Adoption


Monday, September 7, 2020

Happy Labor Day!

(C) 2020, from The Dog's Paw!
(C) 2020, from The Dog's Paw!

"Noah! HISS! HISS! Don't you have to work today? Our article is due tomorrow!"

"Barks! Paws, you know Samson, a good boss knows how to delegate, DELEGATE I SAY, work to others... and well, our human gets to work today while we play outside and enjoy the pawsomely grand weather. He'll provide us a grand grilled dinner later too..."

"Purrs, I should have known you'd have it all figured out..."

"Yup! Want to play some basketball or volleyball? How do you want your steak?"

Have a pawsome Labor Day!

Saturday, September 5, 2020

Off the Leash Dog Cartoons by Ruppert Fawcett

(C) 2020, Off the Leash Dog Cartoons by Ruppert Fawcett
(C) 2020, Ruppert Fawcett, Off The Leash Used by Permission


WOOF! I paw and bark my thanks to Ruppert Fawcett creator of Off The Leash Dog Cartoons for sharing their pawsome artistic talents with us.

Friday, September 4, 2020

Friday's Friend! Cat Adoption! Advocates for Abused and Abandoned Pets (A3P)

Cat Adoption
Photo: Advocates for Abused and Abandoned Pets (A3P)
Creative: from The Dog's Paw!
MEOWS! MEOW!! Purr, my friend "Miss Sherry" from the Advocates for Abused and Abandoned Pets (A3P) brought by a darling little young kitty for you to meet! MITTENS! She is looking for her "Forever Home!" with humans to love who will love her too!

Mittens is from Roanoke, VA. She is incredibly sweet and loves laying with her human making biscuits! Purrs!

Mittens is living with other kittens and is doing well. She may take a day or two to settle into a home with other kittens, but she seems to be fine with them. 

Mittens is purringly happy where she is staying but she really would like to find her own place complete with her owns humans! Want a cuddle buddy- she's it!

To learn more about Mittens, apply to pawssibly adopt her, learn about adoption procedures or donate to support her care, pawlease contact, a3padvocates@gmail.com.

Cat Adoption
Photo: Advocates for Abused and Abandoned Pets (A3P)
Creative: from The Dog's Paw!
Cat Adoption
Cat Adoption



Friday's Friend! Cat Adoption, PetConnect Rescue

Photo: PetConnect Rescue
Creative: from The Dog's Paw!

MEOWS! MEOW! Happy Friday! I had a nice visit with my friend "Cat Lady" from PetConnect Rescue who brought by a beautiful bonded pair of cats for you to meet! They are looking for their "Forever Home!" together who humans to love who will love them too!

Fun Jasmine and Fun Penelope are two calm sweet sisters who love to sleep between their foster humans!

These two beautiful kittens do well with other kittens and the German Shepherd in their foster home.

To learn more about adopting a cat from PetConnect Rescue, pawlease visit their Adoption Guide!

If you would like to meet or apply to pawssibly adopt these two, pawlease complete the PetConnect Rescue Cat Adoption Application.

Unable to adopt? Pawlease consider supporting Fun Penelope and Fun Jasmine financially. Donations will assist with her care. Any extra funds will be used to assist other cats at PetConnect Rescue. Interested, pawlease donate HERE! Donations are tax-deductible!
Cat Adoption

Cat Adoption

Friday's Friend! Dog Adoption, Homeless Animals Rescue Team (HART)

Dog Adoption
Photo: Homeless Animals Rescue Team (HART)
Creative: from The Dog's Paw

WOOF! WOOF! Happy Friday! My friend at Homeless Animals Rescue Team brought by three dogs for you to meet who are looking for their "Forever Home!" with humans to love who will love them too! Barks. Meet Salty!

Salty is around 10-months-old, pawssibly a Basset Hound/Pitbull mix! He is one handsome fella! Barks! No cat history. He's recommended for mini-humans ages 12 and older.

Salty is very energetic and playful! He loves playing with his foster mom's dog and with humans! He loves being near his foster mom and follows her everywhere around the house!

Barkingly, Salty would love a "Forever Home!" with an active family and experienced dog owners! Paws, like all puppies, he will thrive with training and boundaries.

Woofs, he settles well in his crate and is working on house-training!

Paws, do you have questions about Salty, pawlease contact Patricia!

To learn more about adopting a dog from the Homeless Animals Rescue Team, pawlease visit their Adoption Guide.

Barks, if you are interested in meeting Salty, or applying to pawssibly adopt him. pawlease complete the Homeless Animals Rescue Team Dog Adoption Application.

Pawlease meet Dior! He is a handsome Chihuahua mix who is pawssibly around 1-year-old. Barks.

Dog Adoption
Photo: Homeless Animals Rescue Team (HART)
Creative: from The Dog's Paw

Dior is friendly with some dogs but has no history with cats! Please inquire with HART about his ability with mini-humans.

Dior is a sweet guy once he's warmed up and gotten to know you. He can be a bit protective once you are "his human!"

Barks, he appears to be house- and crate-trained.

Paws, Dior is looking for new humans and new adventures to help build his confidence. He is anxious to explore the world.

Barkingly, he is not the biggest fan of being touched a lot yet. He will need some time. He likes to bark his opinion on things and could use a few lessons in bark management! WOOFs, but who couldn't right?

Paws, do you have questions about Dior, pawlease contact Meg!

To learn more about adopting a dog from the Homeless Animals Rescue Team, pawlease visit their Adoption Guide.

Barks, if you are interested in meeting Dior, or applying to pawssibly adopt him. pawlease complete the Homeless Animals Rescue Team Dog Adoption Application.

BARKS! Meet my friend Sophia! She is around 8-months-old and pawssibly a Miniature Pinscher/Dachshund mix.

Dog Adoption
Photo: Homeless Animals Rescue Team (HART)
Creative: from The Dog's Paw
Sophia is friendly with other dogs but has no history with cats. She is recommended for mini-humans ages 10 and older.

Sophia is a super sweet pupsters! Though shy at first, she warms up quickly and is very affectionate. She loves giving kisses and snuggling with her humans!

Sophia started playing with toys. The rescue believes she will become more playful as she gains confidence.  She enjoys exploring the backyard too. Barkingly, a securely fenced yard is required.

Sophia will do best in a home with another dog who is confident and social.

Sophia is learning her leash skills. She is house- and crate-trained.

Paws, do you have questions about Sophia, pawlease contact Kim M!

To learn more about adopting a dog from the Homeless Animals Rescue Team, pawlease visit their Adoption Guide.

Barks, if you are interested in meeting Sophia, or applying to pawssibly adopt her. pawlease complete the Homeless Animals Rescue Team Dog Adoption Application.

Woofinglys, do you pawsitively love dog but are unable to adopt? Paws, how about supporting Salty, Dior or Sophia, or all three, financially? Donations will assist with their care. Any extra funds will be used to assist other dogs at the Homeless Animals Rescue Team. Interested, pawlease donate HERE! Donations are tax-deductible.

Dog Adoption

Dog Adoption