Red was the last of the litter at the local Humane Society. Her adoption paperwork said that she might be a combination of Staffordshire Terrier and Miniature Pincher. Red's time at the shelter was running out. When my daughter suggested that we adopt a dog as my Father's Day present, Red was our choice.
She loves to take walks, retrieve her ball, sleep in your lap, and shop at Petsmart. Red is very bright and has been taking me to obedience classes.
In 2009, I brought home my first shelter dog. I had always owned large dogs and decided to find something smaller. I searched on Petfinder until I noticed Chrissy, who had been in the shelter's prison program for nearly a year. I drove 3 hours to meet her and knew she was mine. She made herself at home right away and I could never imagine coming home without her greeting me at the door. She's truly the queen of the house but she's also my best friend.
This is Cooper! He's a sweet, rambunctious little guy! Cooper is the celebrity dog of our neighborhood; every evening on our walks he makes new friends with other dogs and their people, and no one forgets his name or his soft, fluffy coat! He's an interesting blend of Chow Chow/miniature pinscher/Norwegian Elkhound. We're really glad he's part of our family.
Watch out you don't step on this lively tiny boy. He is going to stay small and have short hair and a wiggly tail. Two adorable and tiny guys love to play and investigate. Tiny the brother went to his forever home already. Parents are a Pomeranian and a Min Pin. He is full of life and energy and a fun loving guy! Brought to the rescue at Shady Creek for homes as the owners of the parents gave them up for us to find homes. Have had first shots and wormer. Very social and playful. He loves cuddling and licking your chin. He loves belly rubs too! Such tiny paws on Rowdy. Markings sure show ...