Adopt a dog Friday!

Here we are with the second rendition of Adopt a dog Friday!  Just like last week, I am picking out a few dogs that I think are just precious and are available here in Dallas or at a local shelter in the DFW area.  This week I’m excited to introduce a sweet dog I got to meet: Bruno!

He is such a great dog and posed so beautifully for Thank Dog Photography who took this awesome shot.  I’m very sad because Bruno was actually supposed to be my foster dog, but unfortunately I am allergic to Great Danes. And well, Bruno just so happens to have some Great Dane in him, along with a variety of other breeds. He was with me for about 5 hours though and was an absolutely doll.  Although he is probably about 70 pounds or so, Bruno was completely convinced he was a lap dog and tried to crawl into my lap many times.  He is a total love bug and is just looking for a loyal family to call his own. Bruno is now available for fostering or adoption through Paws in the City, so please contact them if you have room for this great guy.

The next dog up on my list is Cheiner!

Her story absolutely breaks my heart and is the type that makes you second guess the kindness of humans. Victim of a divorce, this 13 year old labbie was dropped off at a kill shelter. Genius. This sweet girl would make a wonderful companion for someone who just wants a friend.  I’m sure she is a loving, loyal girl who doesn’t understand why she went from spending her days with a family to the confines of a cold cement-floored cage. Mom, Dad, will you come and get her?  She is available now at the Collin County Animal Shelter under animal ID 343175. Thank you so much to the Collin County Urgents Volunteer group who photographed beautiful Cheiner and are networking her on facebook.

And to keep things from being all black lab around here, the next fur baby up is this gorgeous mama, Shae.

There will be no more puppies in Shae’s future, she is spayed (yay!), micro-chipped and has all of her vaccinations! And that has to be one of the cutest faces I’ve seen.  She also is available at Collin County Animal Services under animal ID 341743.  Since she has had a litter of puppies, she may be more calm and docile than other two year old dogs similar to her.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me if you have any questions about these dogs, fostering, or adoption in general. I would love to talk to you about it!

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