Thursday, April 14, 2011

Three Dog Thursday!

Hello again, folks!  Today is Three Dog Thursday - three dogs each from three different shelters!  Let's hop right in, shall we?

(If you're interested in one of these three dogs, call the Darke County Animal Shelter at 937-547-1645!)

First up is Baxter, a 3-year-old Bassett Hound who was rescued from a hoarding situation and could use some TLC!  The shelter staff says he's very friendly!  Baxter just needs a good home where his owners will treat him how he deserves to be treated!

Next we have Chace, a 5-year-old Greyhound mix.  The shelter staff says he's really sweet and friendly.  With those long legs of his, you know he'd like nothing more than to get out of a shelter pen so he could run and play!

The last of our Darke County dogs is Tammy, a 3-year-old Australian Cattle Dog mix.  The shelter staff says she's very friendly--she obviously has a personality to match her beautiful smile!

(If you're interested in one of these dogs, contact the Miami County Animal Shelter at 937-332-6919!)

Meet Colt!  According to shelter staff: "Colt is a 2-year-old Pomeranian mix. He is a little bit shy, but very sweet and loveable. Colt was adopted from us a few months ago, but the adopters had to return him due to allergy problems they were having. Colt is a little doll."

Next up  is Kramer, a 9-month-old Australian Shepherd mix.  According to the staff, he was released to them by  his owner because they were having trouble keeping him confined.  He is very withdrawn & watchful of everything going on around him. He is very mild mannered & gentle. The owner said Kramer is good with kids & housebroken.

Last but not least from Miami County, we have Shyloh!  She's a 4-year-old German Shepherd who is already spayed & current on her vaccines.  She's a little shy and reserved but is very sweet.  Shyloh was left at a local vet's office, and when the owner failed to show up, the vet called the shelter. :(

(If you're interested in one of these dogs, call the Shelby County Animal Shelter at 937-498-7201!)

The first Shelby County dog is Amera, a young (age unknown) Chihuahua/Terrier mix.  She's a very tiny girl and could be described as toy sized.  The shelter staff says she's very shy but sweet!

Next up is a Beagle named Henry!  Poor Henry was left behind when his owner went to college, so Henry got turned in to the shelter.  He's neutered and housetrained and has good manners--your all around great boy!

Last but most certainly not least is Striker, a male Whippet that the Shelby County Shelter staff describes as "super sweet."  He's a recent arrival to the shelter - as they add more details to his profile, I'll update this entry!

"Everyone needs a spiritual guide: a minister, rabbi, counselor, wise friend, or therapist.  My own wise friend is my dog.  He has deep knowledge to impart.  He makes friends easily and doesn't hold a grudge.  He enjoys simple pleasures and takes each day as it comes... Best of all, he befriends me with an unconditional love that human beings would do well to imitate."
~ Gary Kowalski

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