First dog I took out is a female, she's a scruffy dog but more of a medium size, around 40lbs. Not sure on her age, or name. (They were cleaning the inside part of the kennels, that's where the information is) She's been at the shelter since August, nice dog but she needs to get out soon. When I took her out today she did soooo many zoomies around the yard. She's probably around a year old.
Next I took out Angel, a sweet Pit Bull mixed with something with longer fur. Everything about her makes you want to saw "awww" she's a cutie and a total sweetheart. She's very sensitive to your voice and holds back on a lot of things. Such as playing ball you can tell she wants to, but she held back so I played around with it a bit and finally got her chasing it. She'd get flinchy when she brought it back though.
Hopefully we can get more confidence out of her and get her to be herself.
Just look at that face
And a big, I mean biiiig boy that came in recently. When I can, I want to take him out and work with him. He got scored for families 8 and up (Which is fantastic, usually they mark big dogs for homes 12 and up only just because they're big and may knock kids down.) But he seriously looks like he's pushing 100lbs, maybe 90 if he lost weight. (Name suggestions welcome!) I have to wait until they've been at the shelter 4 business days before taking them out, after the 4 business days is up they're the shelter's property. (Which a annoying rumor is going around that we euth them after the 4 days.
We've had dogs for 6 months, and this is a high population shelter)
When he stood up, he was much much taller than me. (I'm about 5,2)
And this sweet gal is who I plan on taking out tomorrow, she's quite fearful and I don't know much about her otherwise.
(Taken by the shelter staff)