There are still so many dogs in the Lowcountry area that need some love this Valentines weekend. Show a little puppy love by adopting one of these adorable dogs! If you can’t adopt, you can always foster or donate to help with the care of these animals. Celebrate early this Valentines and bring home the unconditional love of a new dog!
Taz is a 3-month-old puppy with a heart of gold. He’s housetrained and acts at least twice his age! Don’t be fooled, though. He’s very playful and simply full of life. He hangs out in the Pet Helpers office during the day, alternating his snoozing under the desk with zooming from corner to corner in pursuit of an imaginary puppy playmate. He also gets along with cats and other dogs. To adopt Taz, go to the Pet Helpers website for more information.
Bear is an 11 month old male American Pit Bull Terrier. He is neutered, micro-chipped, crate-trained, housebroken, and non-aggressive towards cats. He is in the process of learning his commands and is catching on quickly. To apply to adopt or foster Bear, please visit www.scpitrescue.org to fill out the application.
Shadow’s birthday is Valentine’s Day, so you know he is meant to be adopted into your family this weekend! He is currently in a foster home with another golden and kids and doing great. He is neutered and heartworm negative; all he needs is his new family. If you are looking for a sweet boy look no further because Shadow is waiting for you at the LCGRR. For more information on adopting Shadow or other adoptable goldens, click HERE.
Ootsie is a young 1 year old petite baby who found herself along with her 6 – 2 week old pups in a shelter with one day left. Fortunately the GGRLC were able to respond quickly and get her and her babies out of there. She is a sweet girl and she and her pups are thriving now that they are in a wonderful foster home. The pups will be ready late Feb. for homes of their own. For more information on adopting Ootsie or one of her sweet puppies click HERE.
Mark and Mindy are 3 month old Shih Tzu siblings who are available to be adopted together or individually. Mark, the little boy weighs 5 lbs. and has a very sweet temperament. He has lots of playful energy, and loves all humans and enjoys lots of attention on a warm lap. He is very curious, and doesn’t miss a thing. Mark has great eye contact, and will be a quick learner. Mindy, the little girl also weighs 5 lbs. and is a little shy at first. She warms up nicely to enjoy sitting with a human or romping about. Each Shih Tzu puppy will require a stay-at-home person, another small dog to learn from and a fenced in yard would be ideal. These Shih Tzu puppies will need to continue learning housetraining, and are fostering in the Northeast. For more information on adopting these cuties, go to the Shih Tzus & Furbabies website.