Updated April 30th, 2013
- Husky mix
- Approx. 40 pounds
- Unspayed female
- Approx. 2 years
- Good with other dogs
Indy's foster parents say:
"Indy is a gentle dog with a friendly personality; she loves to get pets and cuddle
Indy is housetrained and good left at home (uncrated) during the work day.
She never barks, knows a few tricks and obedience cues.
She gets along well with our other husky so she would be okay in a house with other dogs.
Indy loves to walk and run and needs an active family. She pulls on the leash while walking, but would likely be a great on a gentle leader or with a halter. "
If you're interested in meeting our beautiful girl, please call us at 739-0077 or e-mail email@example.com
Posted Feb. 27th, 2013
- Husky mix
- Neutered male
- Approx. 45-50 lbs
- Approx. 3-5 years
- Good with other dogs
'Prop" is short for Propeller.
Why would you name a dog an odd name such as Propeller, you might ask? Well, stay tuned, and we'll tell you.
Prop is not just your ordinary dog.
Prop came to us from a remote community of Labrador where he spent his entire life on the streets. You'd think a dog who had lived his entire life outdoors would have a ruff time adjusting to life indoors, but Prop - like every other "Labrador Dog" we've rescued - is eating up the creature comforts and human contact.
Prop preferred to hang out at the community's airstrip, and had the peculiar inclination to galumph down the runway to greet every plane that arrived - Prop was the first "person' anyone entering the community saw! Prop was such a sensation that he was featured on CBC last year.
Prop's association with planes didn't end there. One of his human friends referred to him as "Blackie" because his coat was so dirty from sleeping under the loading deck of the planes - the oil would drip, drip, drip on him all night.
Prop had a lot of friends in Labrador who were very sorry to see him go, but they knew it was best for him long-term that he move on. They worried that he might get hit by one of the planes as he got older, and slowed down.
You truly couldn't ask for a nicer dog; we're not exaggerating.
Affectionate? Prop is extremely so. All your friends and family members will love his social self.
Good on a leash? His foster parent raves about how easy he is to walk and run with. If you didn't know better, you'd swore he was professionally trained, when the reality is he'd never been on a leash in his life until recently.
Housetrained? He can be left for the workday, and won't chew or have an accident.
If you have an affectionate, active home, we'd love to hear from you. Prop wants to be adopted to a loving family who will take him for lots of walks and hikes (an perhaps take him for car rides to the airport to watch the planes land!).
Interested in meeting our doggy super star? Please call us at 739-0077 or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Updated April 25th, 2013
Thanks to her kind sponsors, Tika had her eye-removal surgery last week, and is doing well. We'll post some
- Shi Tzu mix
- 7 years
- Unspayed Female (Heavenly Creatures will cover the cost)
- Approx. 15 lbs
- Has only one eye
Tika's story is a heartbreaking one.
It's not only homeless people who have to live in cars sometimes. Occasionally we hear about homeless dogs and cats taking refuge in abandoned cars, too, or like in Tika's case, having to live in a car because their owners have moved, and aren't allowed to have pets where they're living.
Tika's elderly owner suddenly lost their housing situation, and was forced to move into an apartment. Despite the fact that they meant the world to each other, Tika was not allowed to join her owner - there was/is a no-dogs policy in the apartment building.
Tika's owner didn't know what else to do, so they put her in their car. Everyday they went to the parking lot as much as they could to sit with her, brush her, and take her for walks.
This sad situation went on for months until Heavenly Creatures was contacted.
Tika had a congenital eye defect that affected one of her eyes to the point that Tika's vet felt it should be removed. She had her eye-removal surgery on April 19th, 2013.
Updated April 30th, 2013
- German Shepherd/Lab mix
- Neutered male
- 8 years
- Approx. 60-65 lbs
- Good with other dogs, and with children
Max came to us this winter when his family was no longer able to keep him. They have a chroncially ill child wit breathing difficulties who seemed to be allergic to Max.
They were very sorry to have to see Max go - they'd had him since he was a puppy - but they had no other choice.
Max has been neutered since coming into Heavenly Creatures' care. Now all he needs is an adoptive home.
If you're interested in making Max a permanant part of your family, please call us at 739-0077, or e-mail us at email@example.com
Max's Foster Dad Says:
"Max is a loving fun attentive boy and loves children. He sometimes gets excited when someone comes to the door but settles quickly when he gets to say hello.
Max can be left in the house uncrated for up 5 to 6 hours without doing any damage or having any accidents. He is happily greeting you at the door on your return holding his bone in his mouth.
Max is great company on a walk and can be walked off leash in a country setting without wandering off.
He likes a little lunch after his walk and will tap his bowl with his foot if you forget to get his lunch or are going too slow for him.
He knows many commands and does a wonderful trick of holding a treat on his nose and will flip it and catch it mid air once given to OK command.
Max loves his bed and we have to carry it from bedroom to rec room and back during the day.
Anyone wishing a loving, obedient dog would be well served by Max. Most of all he makes me laugh. "
Posted February 27th, 2013
- neutered male, approx. 35 - 40 lb.
- Nove Scotia Duck Toller cross
- approx. 5 years old
- grew up with another dog - would do best in a home with another dog
- high-energy and affectionate
Tanner came to us recently from a family who was forced to give him up, along with their other dog, because of a new baby with allergies. The family was devastated to have to take this step, and want nothing less than the best and most loving of homes for both of them.
Tanner is a sweet and affectionate dog, who is very energetic and active. He'll need plenty of exercise, and would probably do best in a home with another dog for company, as he had grown up with a canine friend.
Tanner knows some basic commands, such as "sit", "stay", and "take nice", and is house-trained. He does tend to jump up on people a bit, so might be best in a home without small children who could be knocked over in his enthusiasm.
Here's what Tanner's former family has to say about him:
Tanner is still a rambunctious puppy in many ways. He loves to play and get attention, and he's a very big cuddler. He likes to jump, he is full of energy, he loves to walk and be outside. At his last vet checkup in December 2012, we were told Tanner was healthy and hyper as always, with no concerns.
* * * * *
Please contact us at 739-0077 or firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to meet Tanner.
Posted Feb. 27th, 2013
- German Shepherd
- 4-5 years
- Spayed female
- Has lived with a small child, and other dogs
Poor Hayley has been through far too much change in her young life. She has thus far been in four homes, and lost all of them.
Hayley has lost all of her homes owing to a change in each family's situation. New baby, moves - she's been given up for a variety of reasons.
Hayley needs a stable, committed home that will finally be her last!
Hayley's Foster Mom Says:
"She is a very sweet and obedient dog. She loves to play and cuddle and she lives for pats and attention; she will actually whine and cry when you stop petting her because she doesn't want you to stop.
She always comes when called and she knows how to sit and shake.
She is very eager to please and I really think she just wants to be loved.
She gets along well with our dogs; they play and sleep together. She can be a little bit possessive of toys, food, spot on the couch, etc but she just gives a quiet warning growl. I think she is probably just insecure being that she has had several homes over the past couple of years. (Plus she kind of has to be tough because my beagle is incorrigible, particularly when it comes to food).
She is a very good girl and she doesn't deserve what's been done to her. She needs to have a stable home for the rest of her life, she has changed homes too many times recently and she seems very clingy. I think she just wants a family.
The only minor problem that she has that may turn a new family off to her is that nervous pee issue. I really can't explain why she does it, she seems scared but I am not sure why. She will come up to someone and rub her head on them and ask for pats and then when they start to pat her she gets nervous and pees a little. This doesn't bother us much but I can see it being an issue for some people."
If you're interested in discussing Hayley, please call us at 739-0077, or e-mail us at email@example.com
Update, March 21st, 2013
Thanks to our wonderful supporters, Joey had his leg amputated on Monday.
Here is an update from his foster mom:
"I can tell he's in pain, but he hides it REALLY well. He's on antibiotics 3 times a day and one pain pill. But he still has the pain patch, so I think that helps him a lot. I know his leg was bothering him last night. He doesn't have a cone because apparently he freaked out with it. All in all, he seems much more comfortable and he's still super happy."
Posted March 14, 2013
Poor Joey needs to have one of his legs amputated.
When Joey arrived in our care on Monday evening, it was apparent that there was something very wrong with his left hind leg - he couldn't put any weight on it, or extend it.
Joey was x-rayed, and it turns out that someone had shot him with a BB gun - he has a pellet lodged in his hip. In addition, that leg has another injury, so it's in bad shape all around.
Joey's vet says his leg has been injured for a long time. We can't bear to imagine the pain this sweet boy has had to endure. The vet clinic staff said that Joey was given strong pain medication, yet his leg was still so painful to him that it couldn't be extended.
Joey came to us this past Monday from the community of Natuashish, Labrador. Heavenly Creatures has been rescuing dogs from Natuashish for almost ten years. The homeless dogs from this community are nothing short of amazing, and Joey is no exception.
Despite the terrible pain he's been in, Joey's sweet personality has remained intact. All he wants is to be touched.
There is no access to vet care in this remote community, so stray dogs breed, and breed, and if a dog becomes injured they have to live with the pain (if they don't just die), which is precisely what Joey has had to do for a long time.
There is nothing the vet can do to fix Joey's leg; it's best that it come off.
Joey's leg-amputation surgery is scheduled for this coming Monday, March 18th. The surgery, and his other vet care, are going to cost upwards of $2000.
Please consider donating to help us help this brave boy - see below for how to donate.
Joey will be up for adoption once he's recuperated from his surgery. He is soon going to be a three-legged dog, but hopes someone will look past that physical imperfection into his soulful brown eyes and adopt him. Whoever does, won't regret it - you couldn't ask for a nicer personality.
Joey is just shy of fifty pounds, and is presumed to be a Husky and Border Collie cross. If you're interested in making this handsome, sweet fella part of your family, please let us know. We're not certain about his age, but he isn't an elderly dog; we'll get an estimate from his vet soon
Updated Feb. 24th, 2013
2-3 years old
Small Husky mix (approx. 35 lbs)
Likes other dogs
Willow's Foster Mom says:
"Willow is adjusting well to a routine. She has calmed down so much with regular exercise and by learing from our dog's calm demeanor.
Willow is such a beautiful girl: soft silky fur (like pussy willows!), pretty face with whiskey colored eyes and full of energy. She is very loveable. Anyone who meets her comments on her personality and looks.
Willow is kennel-trained when we leave the house. For the first few weeks, Willow kicked up quite a stink when we crated her to leave for work/school. Since then, she has settled in to a content routine and will run to her crate as we put on our coats to leave in the mornings. It helps that the crate is the only time she gets her special treat : a cheese slice! as soon as someone comes home, she gets excited and barks and whines.
Willow loves the dog park! At the dog park, she is super fast when running with the other dogs.
Willow is a very vocal dog. She "WooWoo's" to get our attention to go outside, when her water or food bowl need filling or if she thinks its time to go to the dog park. She has a deep voice for such a small creature (she is only 35 pounds and is full grown!). Some people get a little frightened at first, thinking she might be a mean dog, because of the bark, but this is far from the case.
She is not aggressive in any way, but like many Husky or Husky mixes, she is a little dominant with other dogs. (i.e. she will push her way to the front for first and best kisses or rubs, she tries to hump other dogs to show her dominance or she will rush to the ball/toy before our dog gets there etc.)
Willow loves to be close to me and will lay at my feet where ever I may be. She will make a great companion for someone! "
Please contact us at 739-0077 or firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to adopt Willow.If you would like to sponsor Willow to help her on her road to a second chance, please click below, or visit our donate page. Every dollar counts.
Posted April 7th, 2013
- Unspayed female Terrier mix
- Approx. 2-3 years and 25-30 lbs
- Socializes well with other dogs
- Fine with cats
- Doesn't like to be left alone - needs a home with another dog
- High energy - needs an active home
Casey was rescued from a pound; she was an unclaimed stray who would have been destroyed for lack of a place to go. We're glad to have been able to her, and don't understand why she wasn't claimed. One person's loss is going to be another's joy - some lucky person or family will be thrilled to adopt her.
Casey is left with full run of the house when no one is home, and she is not destructive. However, she doesn't like to be left - she has some separation anxiety, and cries. We feel that she would do better in a home with another dog for company for her.
Casey is a high-energy Terrier girl who requires an active person or family - she has lots of energy to burn! She is currently walked twice daily.
It doesn't appear that Casey has been spayed. Her new family will have to commit to having that done within a month of her going to stay with them.
Please call us at 739-0077, or e-mail email@example.com if you meet the above requirements, and think Casey might be the girl for you.
Casey's foster mom says:
"She loves other dogs and I get the impressions that some of her anxiety of being left alone will be lessened if she is put in a home with another dogs.
She is a very good listener and will do anything for a Snausage treat. Once I got her into a routine, she was very well behaved.
She loves to snuggle on the couch at night time. She is good at bedtime and will sleep by herself without any complaints.
She might make a great side-kick dog for a little kid, as she is very comical and full of character :)
I've been working with her to not pull on her leash and she is getting much better at it. She has never tried to back out of her leash.
Casey went to the groomers on the weekend and is all cleaned up. She looks like a different dog altogether! She is now ready for an adoptive family."
Updated Feb. 24th, 2013
- 2-3 years old
- Likes other dogs
- Approx. 40 lbs
- Possible Husky/Lab cross
Logan came to Heavenly Creatures in December from a community in Labrador, where he’d spent his entire life living outside and surviving on handouts from kind community residents. He’s a good-natured, handsome dog and deserves a better life. He is currently in a wonderful foster home, until the right adoptive home is found.
Here’s what Logan’s foster mom has to say about him:
"Logan had spent his entire life up until now living outside and surviving on handouts from members of a community up in Labrador. His first night here, he didn't want to hang around us and our Husky, but would rather be alone in the hallway. Now, he's always at our feet, trying to get on our laps and even sharing the dog bed with our dog.
He's a very quiet dog, we rarely hear him barking. He's not a guard dog by any means - more like a happy greeter.
Logan gets very excited for walks; he is fantastic on a leash, and very calm around other dogs. He's also very well behaved around big groups of people; he doesn't get overly excited.
He's very easy going, loves being brushed, cuddled, and loves a good scratch behind his ears. He is such a friendly, beautiful, happy dog who only aims to please.
He loves chewing on bones. He has no food aggression, but he does warn our dog if she gets to close to his bowl. He's generally very submissive.
He goes to sleep when we do.
He seems to be fine around children, but we are not completely sure how he is around cats. While at the vet, he didn't seem to really notice or care about the cats in their carriers.
We haven't noticed any signs of separation anxiety - he hasn't harmed anything in our house while we're at work."
* * * * *
Please contact us at 739-0077 or firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to adopt Logan.
If you would like to sponsor Logan to help him on his road to a second chance, please click below, or visit our donate page. Every dollar counts.
Posted April 9th, 2013
- Brittany Spaniel
- Ok with other dogs
- 10 years old
Ginger is a sweet, gentle and smart Brittany Spaniel who came to us because of a sudden death in her original family.
Ginger is a sweet old girl, who deserves to find a nice “retirement” home to spend the rest of her golden years.
Her foster dad thinks Ginger would be most comfortable in a home where her new family can pamper her with constant companionship and attention, such as a retired or semi-retired couple, or a family with mature children who will spend lots of time with her.
If you're interested in discussing Ginger, please call us at 739-0077 or e-mail us at email@example.com
Ginger's foster family says:
"She loves the outdoors, van rides, and walks. She walks best on leash with her gentle leader. She is the absolute sweetest girl when she just gets to be a dog and not worry about her environment.
Ginger can be a touch territorial in her home when she sees people, dogs or cats walk by outside and will bark to let them know it’s her house. When in the van, she lets other dogs know the van belongs to her.
She shouldn't be placed in a home with cats, she doesn’t like them. She gets along great with her foster family’s 3 year old female Brittany Spaniel who keeps her young and active with some fun wrestling matches.
Even though she’s older, Ginger will stir things up with her foster sister to get a bit of exercise and have some fun.
Ginger likes to be with her peeps all the time. She is very happy to meet new people and gets along well with children.
She loudly greets anyone coming to the door, but once she’s had the chance to introduce herself, have a
sniff or two to relax, she’ll take her position on the chair, dog bed, couch or floor, and look for a bit of attention.
If there are multiple people living in the house, she may bond with one person just a bit more than the others, but she is great with everyone. Right now, she’ll follow her foster dad from room to room, especially when he’s getting a snack.
It’s been nice getting to know Ginger’s playful personality; she’s just a great girl all around. She likes her free time to run outside in the fenced yard or at the dog park, or relax outside in the sun. She gets along well with most other dogs as long as they aren’t rude to her.
She is house trained, but had some incontinence issues when she first arrived at her foster home. It’s now under control with medication and she hasn’t had any accidents in months.
Ginger was a bit overweight when she first arrived at her foster home, but has slimmed down from being with a younger active dog, and eating a more healthy
When Ginger first arrived at her foster home, she suffered some separation anxiety and would chew on blankets or towels for comfort. She has gotten over it but you might be prepared in case she goes through it again in her new home. "
Updated, May 8th, 2013
Stevie wanted to say thank you to a all those who made his surgery - which he had on Friday - possible.
He knows were it not for the many kind people who donated, and shared his story, he wouldn't be about to start his new life as a three-legged doggy.
He's had a few painful nights post-op, but is now on stronger pain killers, and is generally on the mend.
His foster parents have decided they can't bear to part with him, so this week he will officially become a permanent member of their family.
Posted April 17th, 2013
Stevie, a Black Lab cross puppy, was found on the side of the road in February when he was about six weeks of age. He was a tiny, underweight, bundle of black fur with a twisted-up leg.
Stevie's abnormal leg is the result of a congenital defect.
As Stevie was never claimed, and baby puppies are pretty hard to lose, we are inclined to believe that some cruel person dumped him because he wasn't physically perfect.
Stevie was brought to our friends at St. John's Humane Services by his finder, and he spent a few weeks there. The Humane Services staff showered him with attention, and he learned to walk and run. However, he kept getting looked over by prospective adopters, and so they transferred him into our care, knowing that we'd get him the surgery he needed.
Stevie was assessed by a local vet who does a lot of orthopedic surgeries, and he told us what we suspected: the leg has to be removed. It's hampering his mobility at times, and it's going to wind up getting caught on something and torn badly, leaving him at risk for serious infection.
Stevie needs leg amputation surgery. We're appealing to the public to help us cover the cost of Stevie's amputation, which is going to cost upwards of $2000.
PLEASE HELP US HELP STEVIE
Donate via the Paypal button above
Donate via Sunrise Animal Hospital: 368-7981, and tell them you'd like to make a donation to Heavenly Creatures' account for Stevie. You can call in a donation by credit card, or you can visit Sunrise to make the donation. The clinic is located at 222 Park Avenue in Mt. Pearl, and is open from eight a.m. to eight p.m. Monday to Friday, and 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturdays.
You can also call their sister clinic, Torbay Road Animal Hospital: 753-0506, and they're located in Coaker's Meadow Plaza. They have the same hours.
Donate via E-mail Money Transfer: firstname.lastname@example.org
Donate via cheque: P.O. Box 882, Station C, 354 Water Street, St. John's, A1C 1C0
Update, April 30th, 2013
Dodger is in a trial adoptive home! Keep your fingers crossed that everything works out for him.
Posted April 25th, 2013
If you can foster Dodger, please call us at 739-0077 or e-mail us at email@example.com
- Approx 7-8 years
- Mixed breed - seems to be a Beagle/Shep mix
- Approx. 40 lbs
- Vaccinated and dewormed
- Unneutered (Heavenly Creatures will have him neutered soon)
- Socializes well with other dogs
Dodger was found as a stray earlier this month, impounded, and not claimed.
Judging by appearances, Dodger didn't come from a great home. He's skinny - the pictures don't do him justice.
He's also unneutered, and his teeth have been worn down to nubs - this is usually seen in chronically chained dogs who are chewing on rocks, or chronically penned dogs who are chewing on the pen wires.
Dodger is a sweet boy who gets on well with other dogs, and LOVES people.
He is currently in a boarding kennel waiting for a foster home. If you can foster him, please see the contact info above.
Posted May 1st, 2013
- Neutered male
- Lab/Pittie mix (mostly Lab)
- Almost 60 lbs
- Vet estimated him to be 2.5 to 3 yrs
- Good with other dogs
- Good with cats
Bailey came to us recently as a stray from a pound. We don't know why this handome, well-mannered fellow wasn't claimed by his owner.
Bailey has been neutered since coming into our care. Now all he needs is a "Forever Home" - could that be with you?
If you're interested in meeting Bailey, please call us at 739-0077, or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Bailey's Foster Mom Says:
"As you can see Bailey is awesome! Very sweet and smart!
He defintely has mostly Lab in him.
He's very interested in my cats, but won't hurt them or anything.
I fed him and tested him for food aggression, and he did awesome with!
I introduced him to my dogs on leash on my street and walked them a bit until they got use to each other. All getting along great so far!
He is a great listener and will make such an awesome family member."
Posted on May 1st, 2013
- Small Husky mix - approx. 35lbs
- Approx. 1-2 years
- Good with other dogs
Hey everyone! I'm Layla!! I'm a laid back, sweet little, one-year-old Husky mix from Labrador.
With the help pf Heavenly Creatures, I packed up and left Labrador, and moved to The Rock! I'm crashing with a foster Dad right now, but I'd really love to find myself a permanent pad to call my own.
If anyone's interested in adopting me, they can call Heavenly Creatures at 739-0077 or e-mail us at email@example.com
Layla's Foster Dad Says:
"She seems extremely laid back. She's very loveable, a real cuddle monster. "
WALK-A-THON AND FAMILY FUN DAY: JUNE 8th!
|WALK-A-THON AND FAMILY FUN DAY: JUNE 8th!
WALK-A-THON AND FAMILY FUN DAY!
Come strut a mutt for a good cause, and join us for a bark in the park!
WHEN: Saturday, June 8th. Registration starts at one p.m.; the walk is at two p.m.
WHERE: Bowring Park (in the Bob Whelan Field). The Bob Whelan Field is across from the swimming pool, and is near the upper, smaller duck pond.
Our Walk-A-Thon sponsor sheet can be found here.
If you have a problem downloading the sponsor sheet, please let us know; we can always e-mail it to you. It is also available at our office, 3 Cashin Avenue,, for pick-up. Our office is located on the corner of Cashin Avenue and Mundy Pond Road in a small, grey building that is around the corner from the Tim Horton's on Ropewalk Lane, and directly next to a new store called Aquarium 101 (they're located where Dogs Divine used to be).
Please note: You don't have to have a dog to participate. However, if you'd like a dog to take in the Walk-A-Thon, please contact us - we may be able to provide you with a foster dog to walk. You can call us at 739-0077 or e-mail us at this address to request a dog.
The success of this event depends on the number of people who participate and collect pledges. You can ask your family, friends, co-workers, and neighbours to sponsor you in our walk. If you're not the kind of person who is comfortable asking others for money, you can just bring a donation with you.
If you can't make the actual event, but want to help out, you can collect pledges, and do the walk afterward.
You can walk by yourself or form a team (teams can consist of two to ten people).
There will be dog nail cutting available that day by Aussie Pet Mobile NL with all proceeds going to Heavenly Creatures.
PRIZES will be awarded to the individual and team who raise the most money in pledges!
FREE loot bags and bandanas for every participating dog.
Dog trainer Ken Reid will be on hand to do a training demo.
NADA (The Newfoundland Athletic Dog association) will also be on hand to do a demo.
FREE refreshments for everyone -- including the dogs!
FREE face painting for the kids.
We hope you'll come support our cause, and enoy a fun-filled afternoon!
Great Big Sea's Sean McCann has written and recorded a song called "Best Friend" in honour of a dog named Tubbs.
Tubbs' story won a contest that Sean and his dog, Tosh, held on his website.
All proceeds go to Heavenly Creatures!
You can buy Best Friend through Sean's website www.greatbigsean.com
Sean and his family adopted Tosh (pictured above), from Heavenly Creatures several years ago.
They wanted to find a way to give back to HC for bringing Tosh into their lives.
Thank-you Sean, Tosh, and family!
Updated Oct. 18th, 2012
- Labrador Retriever/husky cross
- Approximately 6 - 8 years old
- Well-behaved and affectionate
- Medium sized
Luna was adopted from Heavenly Creatures about 4 years ago after being rescued from a local pound.She was well loved by her adoptive family, but unfortunately, they had a change of circumstances and were no longer able to give her the care and attention she needs.
So she now finds herself back with us, and in need of a new home, one where she will receive lots of exercise, love, and attention. Could that be with you?
Luna's foster mom says:
"Luna is doing fantastic! Friendliest of doggies she is! It's a complete joy to have Luna in my care. She is a wonderful, loving dog who aims to please. She loves playing with her ball and always brings it back to you!
She's a little overweight, something I'm working on reducing. She does seem to be losing a little bit of weight as I've been walking her a lot, and maintaining a proper food regimen. She is very well behaved on leash.
She is also extremely friendly with people, including children, and doesn't seem to mind other dogs.She is trained to ask to go outside to do her business, she hasn't had one accident since I've gotten her.
She does shed quite a bit, however regular bathing and brushing really lessens that problem. Also, she tends to be quite vocal when it comes to getting your attention. Other than those two minor things, Luna is a wonderful dog who loves to cuddle!
I hope to see Luna go to a home that will give her lots of TLC, as it is what she deserves, and she truly has no problem reciprocating that love and appreciation!"
* * * * *
Please contact us at 739-0077 or firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to adopt Luna.
UPDATED April 1st, 2013
Dozer met a family on the weekend, and he will likely be going on trial with them in mid-April. Stay tuned for more updates.
Posted March 26th, 2013
- Neutered male
- Born in April of 2012
- Lab cross
- Good with other dogs
- Housetrained (used to full run of the house when left alone)
Dozer's foster parents say:
"Dozer is an absolute sweetheart, we love him to bits! He is a gentle boy who sometimes just gets a little excited and forgets his manners. He jumps up when we come home but he settles pretty quickly again.
Dozer is house trained and hasn't had any accidents. He isn't possessive over food or toys, and he's good with our other dog which is quite a bit smaller than him.
He pulls on the leash, and he isn't very good at staying, but I think with a bit of training he'd be a great addition to any family that can give him the attention and exercise he needs."
If you're interested in making Dozer part of your family, please call us at 739-0077, or e-mail us at email@example.com
We keep a Waiting List for those who are looking for a particular breed or type of dog. If you would like to
be added to our list, please make sure you include your contact number(s),
as well as details (such as size, gender, and age range) about the kind of dog you'd like to adopt. Click here to contact us for more