Monday, February 4, 2008

Very Doggie Monday



“If you think dogs can't count, try putting three dog biscuits in your pocket and then giving Fido only two of them.” ~ Phil Pastoret

All of the dogs listed today are available for adoption through A Better Life pet rescue located in Ocoee, Fl. Their website has all sorts of information about the organization and their adoption policies. Contact them there if you are interested in adopting any of the cuties below.



Meet Marley!! Marley is a white German Shepherd mix and is approximately 6 years old. This poor boy has had a rough time recently. He was found wandering the streets of Miami and came to us with sunburned skin and a scratched up face. Still, he's not going to let that get him down. He's pretty sure there's a better life out there for him and we're going to help him find it. He will play and cuddle with anyone he meets and will follow you everywhere looking up at you with eyes full of trust and love and desire for a snack! This beautiful boy will fit well into any home as he is great with dogs and cats alike. Marley is neutered, house trained, crate trained, micro chipped, up to date on shots and currently on flea and heart worm preventative. Marley is light heart worm positive and is currently on Heart guard to cure him.



This is Cute little Princess! Prince is a husky mix who luck has finally turned around since her foster mom saved her from euthanization at the pound. Princess is about a year old and 40 pounds and full grown. She was surrendered by her last owners to Animal Control because they couldn't spend anytime with her. Unbelievable that anyone would bring their dog to that awful place but there she was! Princess is very friendly, loves to play with her foster doggy friends, doesn't mind cats, is completely housebroken, crate trained, sits for treats, loves to gives kisses and also nibble on your ears! She is perfect! Princess is spayed, micro chipped, up to date on shots and currently on flea and heart worm preventative.



Dexter is one special boy. Dexter came to our rescue from a cruelty case. He was chained up in a crate, in a backyard and left to die - no food or water, down to 30 pounds. His kennel mate, unfortunately did die, from starvation. Dexter survived and he is now safe and sound. Dexter has gained 20 pounds and is now 50 pounds and getting healthier every day. He is great with kids and loves to play but is also very good at calming down when you want him to. He is also very good at going into his crate. He would like you to know that he loves his toys, loves being indoors, playing with other doggies and sleeping on his foster moms bed. Everyday he gets up and gives her a kiss to say "thank you". We are the ones who are thankful for finding such a sweet boy. He is truly a miracle boy. Dexter is neutered, house trained, crate trained, micro chipped, up to date on shots and currently on flea and heart worm preventative. Dexter is heart worm positive and will be under going treatment shortly.

1 comment:

  1. holy cow.

    they are lovely, and their stories are lovely, too.

    Poor dexter. Wtf is wrong with people? why do people abuse animals? I cannot fathom it.

    If I ever win megabucks, I'd buy Costa Rica and make it a big dog run (with an air conditioned cat hotel). Honestly. People can be horrendous.

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