Hi my name is Zoe and I am a rescue puppy. My owners named me Zoe which is short for Zoetrope (my mom is an artist, a Zoetrope is a stop motion animation wheel). My middle name is Twinkie, since I have such a long body! I have a gingery complexion and a fun-loving personality. Houdini, Cutie-Poo and Goofball are a few my nick-names! I am LIGHTNING fast and love to run figure eights around my owners furniture. I am looking forward to starting agility very soon! My favorite trick is "sit pretty," and I love squirrels! My heros are Dug and Bolt. Woof!!
Hello there. I'm Cuddles. I'm a happy, loving, exciting girl that likes to have all of the attention! My mommy takes very good care of me. I nip at mommy's ankles to tell her that it's time for a treat. She gives me belly rubs and LOTS of kisses! Sometimes, I attack my toy grinch because he gets in trouble when he doesn't listen to me. I am definitely a princess and take up a lot of room in the bed. Mommy has to cling on to the edge! I love my life!
This is Niko the Maltese puppy
My name is Chloe. I live the dream in Manhattan, but don't get me wrong, I love to play in the mud! I have one blue eye, but that's ok, Mom says it makes me special. My best friends are my brother, Kuma, and my grandparent's dogs Lillie and Lucy. I love to chase leaves, play in the snow, play with my brother, and attack squirrels! In my free time I go to the beach and snuggle. Whenever I see an animal on the TV I make sure to bark endlessly at it!
Molly is one of the most special animals in my life. She has been there for me when I have fallen, when I needed comfort, and when I just needed a smile. She has never left my side since that Spring day that my aunt told me about her, and I begged my om for this gorgeous pup.
When I was 10 years old, my mom bought her from my aunt. I came home from school,, got ready for practice, and my mom lifted her blanket to show the cutest puppy I have ever seen! I was overjoyed, almost squealing as the little puppy looked up at me with wondering, brown eyes. She wasn't even 1-pound, and ...