Friday, December 8, 2023

Friday's Friend! Dog Adoption, The Humane Society of Northern Virginia

 Dog Adoption

Woofs! Happy Friday! What a long week it has been for us. I didn't think the weekend would ever get here. Now that it is, I'm barkingly looking forward to taking a long walk with my human, curling up with a good book or two, and just being lazy! You don't know what you are missing if you don't have a dog to hang out with!

(C) 2023, from The Dog's Paw!
I have had the most pawsome pawleasure to catch up with my friend "Miss Sherry" from the Humane Society of Northern Virginia this past week. She and her team of volunteers have been incredibly busy rescuing dogs and cats. She brought by two dogs, Kiko and Sanyu, for you to consider adopting. They are looking for their "Forever Home!" with humans to love who will love them too! Paws, though they will be pawsitively happy to be adopted together, they can be adopted separately too.

Paws, I find this bit of information interesting: Kiko's name means hope. Sanyu's name means happiness.

Woofs, Kiko and Sanyu are two five-month-old foxhound mix puppies rescued from a shelter in the south. 

Barkingly, as adorably cute as they are, they have had zero interest. It could be the increase in rehome requests or the fact that shelters and rescues have become overcrowded. Paws, it'd be home to believe that no one would be interested in these two pawsomely beautiful dogs. 

Kiko and Sanyu are playful so they will need an active family or companion who will continue their training and socialization. A home with a big yard would make them pawsitively happy. 

The pups are great with other dogs. Since they are young, and everything is so new to them, they are still figuring out boundaries. Training will assist with that - same with all puppies!
Barkingly, we girl dogs don't like talking about weight, paws, Kiko and Sanyu may end up weighing around forty-five pounds or more! Paws, that's forty-five pounds of lovin's and affection! 

These two are very friendly, barks, Sanyu is the more social, and Kiko, is the more excitable. They need to find their "Forever Home!" sooner than later so their humans can have the pawsome pawleasure of enjoying watching them grow and blossom. 

To learn about adopting a dog from the Humane Society of Northern Virginia, pawlease visit their Adoption Guide.

If you would like to meet Kiko or Sanyu, or both, or pawssibly adopt, pawlease complete the Humane Society of Northern Virginia Dog Adoption Application

Woofs! Do you pawsitively love dogs but are unable to adopt? Barkingly, how about supporting Kiko or Sanyu, or both, financially? Donations will assist with their care. Any extra funds will be used to assist other dogs at the Humane Society of Northern Virginia. Interested, pawlease donate HERE! Donations are tax-deductible as permitted by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS).

Pawlease note: "Friday's Friends!" dogs and cats profiles are based on experience by volunteers at the dog or cat’s rescue/shelter.

Dog Adoption

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