Happy Friday, Columbus. Today is a great day to look at some adoptable pups. Plenty of super good doggos reside in shelters, and they could really use furever homes.
This Pit mix loves going outside and playing with balls. He’s not an avid runner, though. He feels perfectly content lounging around with you and watching Netflix. Dee is great with kids. He would like to be your only furbaby, though.
Dee has a neurological problem that makes long walks or multiple flights of stairs difficult for him to conquer. Even though he wants to, his legs go out on him.
Dee is still 11/10 a great pup.
This Rat Terrier is around 12 years old. She’s a super sweet girl who loves kids. She also gets along with both dogs and cats.
A neighbor found poor Roxy in her previous home after her owner passed away. She had been waiting for two weeks.
Roxy is loving and smart, and she likes to please her humans. She has a great temperament.
Roxy would very much like to come home with you.
This 6-year-old Great Pyrenees mix is a real sweet pea. She loves kisses, cuddles, and being close to her humans. She also gets along with dogs, cats, and people alike.
Sassy and her fur-brother were left outside too long at their previous home because her humans were going through a rough time. Her hair became uncomfortably matted, but her rescuers took care of her and got her back into prime shape.
She’s a loyal pooch who would love to go home with you. She’ll be a steadfast companion.
Cleo — or Cleo the Man — is a Boxer and Pit mix who’s around 2 to 3 years old. He’s fun, loving, and energetic.
He loves other dogs but would do best in a home without cats. He also enjoys a good romp in the yard. This outgoing pup will surely bring a smile to your face.
He likes to wind down at the end of the day by snuggling up to his humans.
Personally, I would 110% let up on the bed.
This American Pit Bull Terrier had a rough time in her previous home. She wasn’t allowed outside much. When she was let out, she had to be on a chain.
Despite all that, she’s a friendly and loving pup. She does well with other doggos. It’s not clear yet how she fares around cats and small children.
Iris loves rubs and scratchies. Rub her belly and shoulders, or scratch her butt and ears, and she’ll be one satisfied pupper.
For more information, check out the Cause for Canines website.