I’m Rabbi Otis. I love to be your friend…will you be my friend? I was dumped at age 15 on the Long Island expressway in New York. They did not want me any more because I was old and have special needs. I was almost hit on the highway, no one wanted me and they were going to put me to sleep till they told my mom Leeday about me. Now I’m her asst rabbi for all her bark mitzvahs and now I’m 20. Who ever see’s this lots of sloppy licks to you all, Rabbi Otis https://www.facebook.com/RabbiOtis
Did you know that July 5th is the busiest day for animal shelters in the US? Help keep our pets safe by taking the pledge - all you have to do is repin! Thank you for helping us spread the word and together we can make it a Pet Friendly 4th!
This is Lady Bug (aka Pinky) - I have found my forever home with my mom Tammy, human family and dog siblings Yukon, Rusty and Mya all of whom are rescue dogs. My mom tells me every day how special I am and how lucky she is to have me. Although I am deaf and sight impaired (poor breeding) I have no hair but am the beautiful color of pink, I don’t think I’m different then any other dachshund. I am 3 years old.
Dear Rosie, my name is MIZ DAISY. I am a rescue puppy as well, my mom & I live on St. Thomas in the Virgin Islands. I am so happy that you have found your furever home. Lots of wet doggy kisses from me to you!!
Hello! My name is Harley and I'm a spokesdog against puppy mills! My story is a long one, but needs to be told, please take the time to read my biography by visiting me on facebook - https://www.facebook.com/harleyfreighttraintaylor
Hey Rosie, my name is Tweety and I was rescued from a backyard where food was given to me, but the birds gobbled it up before I could eat enough (I’m not the fastest eater with my unique mouth). I also was unable to get frisky with the ladies because I was ‘cryptorchid’, whatever that is! I’m gaining weight and strength now and no longer have to compete for my food! I have a huge crush on you, Rosie, and you’re also my role model. Hugs and kisses – Tweety
I think it is very important to not take pity on a dog who may have special needs or lose the loss of their hind legs due to paralysis or injury. Dogs are the best example of adversity I've ever seen and Frankie the Walk 'N Roll Dog was one shining example.