This handsome dog would truly benefit from being in a foster home. He came to us from a shelter in rural West Virginia. He was scared and confused. Within a few days Guy’s sweet and playful nature was uncovered! He likes playing with other dogs, enjoys being outside and likes his people. Guy is a smart boy and LOVES belly rubs and lots of pets. He is a really great dog, but like a lot of them he is getting stressed out from being in a kennel. Please consider fostering GUY!
Poor Onyx he has had it rough… you could tell he had been out on his own for a while. He is a local boy, we rescued him from P.G. County Animal Shelter .. it was so loud in there that he was not doing well. He Desperately would needed to get out of the shelter. He is doing better with us; but he is still in a kennel. Onyx would just thrive in a home of his own. Onyx does love to be around people but also sometimes likes to have his space. He will need a patient, understanding foster willing to let him take his time learning to trust again. Could it be you? If you would like to help with Onyx contact our foster coordinator email@example.com
Oatmeal will need a really special foster, could it be you? He was rescued in late 2014 and adopted by a family in early 2015 after he was successfully treated for heartworm. He is quite shy and bonds more quickly with women than men. He had been happily living in a home with another dog, Unfortunately, He has come back to the rescue group. Oatmeal seems to have been mistreated in his previous life, based on his anxieties and evidence of trauma on the right side of his face (his eye has scar tissue and he is apparently blind on that side, and his face droops a bit). He needs a home that has dog experience and should be in a home with a confident other dog. He is nervous with certain loud noises (the dust buster is bad but the coffee grinder is okay) and we think that he would do better in a quiet neighborhood. He likes kids, but living in a home with children was too much for him. Oatmeal did very good at a recent adoption event!. If you would like to know more on Oatmeal contact our foster coordinatorYvette, firstname.lastname@example.org.