With Samantha Davidson
Hey, hey my little rascals,
Roxy here! I have heard that my adorable buds have found some new homes, and I couldn’t be happier. I have even more awesome friends I would like to share with you this week, but before I do, I want to thank Giive a (bleep) and The Santa Monica Daily Press for helping me get the word out.
Actually, you know what? There is one last thing I really need to get off my chest that has really been buggin’ me. So sometimes our owners get sad. Thats totally natural. We are here to help and support you. But for the love of cats and dogs, do not wipe your tears and snot all over our beautiful fur coats! We don’t get to shower as much as you guys do, and you have no idea how gross dried tears and snot feels on an animal’s body.
That alone makes us want to cry. So please, get a box of Kleenex and just let us give you some love by cuddling and maybe giving you a few kisses here and there.
Why Giive a (bleep)? Because your tears make us sad, not really because you are sad, but because snot, tears and fur just aren’t a good mix.
Until next time!
Visit The Dawg Squad for more adoption opportunities:
Looking for a dog who will love your cat? Then LowBow is your man! This gentle lowrider gets along great with cats and is more than happy to hang out with Fluffy while you are at work. He’s quiet, housebroken, knows his commands and LOVES his walks. Don’t overlook this guy (although it’s easy since he’s so low to the ground). LowBow is a great dog.
Miles is another mini dog. At 32 pounds, he is what we call a Pocket Pit. He’s recovering from a bad case of mange, but that sure doesn’t stop him from having a great time. Miles just completed a 5K to support breast cancer research and he’s ready for another run!
Visit Wags And Walks for more adoption opportunities:
Meet Pearl the pug. This tan cutie-pie is one of the most loving and silly girls ever. Her owner had to give her up at 8 years of age because he got sick and could no longer care for her. She is friendly and loves everyone she meets, including other dogs. She weighs about 20 pounds (could stand to lose a few, but we don’t judge). Otherwise, she’s in great condition, spayed, microchipped, up to date on vaccines and a total joy to be around.
Trixie is a beautiful and resiliant, 6-month-old, black-and-white Pit/Cattle Dog mix tripod (or 3 legged pup). This playful charmer lets nothing get in the way of her joy and happiness in life, including the loss of her back right leg. She does well with other dogs, but would also be happy to live as the center or your universe too. Trixie is good with children and an all around great dog. She is healthy, up to date on vaccinations, spayed and microchipped.