Nike Roshe Run Homme Pas Cher Nike Roshe Run Yeezy Leopard Nike Roshe Run Noir Et Blanc Nike Roshe Run Solde Nike Roshe Run Fluo Nike Roshe Run Floral Femme Nike Roshe Run Pas Cher Femmes Nike Roshe Run Hommes Solde Roshe Run Pattern Femmes Rouge Roshe Run Pattern Grise Nike Roshe Run Yeezy Nike Roshe Run Mesh Pas Cher Roshe Run Noir Roshe Run Rose Roshe Run Junior Prix

Pardon the Dog Hair » Blog

Masthead header

Adopt a dog Friday

Today is my first round of “Adopt a Dog Friday.”  Each Friday, I will feature a few dogs that would make great additions to anyone’s family (in my opinion).  As you know, I foster with quite a few groups in the Dallas area, so a lot of the dogs I choose will probably come from those groups or the shelters they work with.

The first dog is one available through Paws in the City.  Paws is the first group I ever fostered with and are fantastic to work with. They were the ones who came to my rescue when I found sweet Wilson minutes before his euthanasia date and agreed to sponsor him if I fostered. Wilson is now happily placed with a loving family.  Today’s Paws in the City dog is one they recently featured on their facebook page, Griggs.

He is now in foster care and is searching for his forever home. His foster mom writes:
“Griggs is a super sweet boy (approximately 9 months) that is 90% potty trained and good with other dogs. He loves his toys, and mostly just loves being held, hugged, and kissed by humans.”        
What more could you ask for?  He looks like an absolute angel. If you are interested in Mr. Griggs, get in touch with Paws in the City through their website or on facebook.
The next dog is a black lab mix that is available through Dallas Animal Services. She goes by the name of Geneva. According to a recent post, she is at risk for euthanasia very, very soon.  But look at her darling face, this girl deserves a chance at a life outside of a shelter, outside of a crate, one where she can play catch and snuggle on couches to her sweet heart’s content.

Can you foster? Or better yet, can you adopt? She is a little over a year old and about 37 pounds. If you might have room for her in your home and your heart, please call or visit Dallas Animal Services immediately (like this afternoon) to pick her up. Visit their website here or their facebook page here
I’ll be back later with one last St. Patty’s day recipe. My Guinness Braised pork was a huge hit last night!

Your email is never published or shared. Required fields are marked *

*

*

W e l c o m e
R e c i p e s
S e a r c h
C o n t a c t