Roxy’s Pet Peeves: Lick ’em if you got ’em

With Roxy Starfish

Hey there, party animals,

roxyRoxy here! Thanks for checking back in and seeing which of my furry friends are still looking for new forever homes, like yours. Props to Giive a (bleep) and The Santa Monica Daily Press for helping me get the word out. We’re changing lives in this space every week. Sometimes nine lives.

But yeah, I got a peeve. What’s the deal with looking at us and acting disgusted when we lick ourselves? It’s hygienic and we’re using the best tools we come equipped with. I have my theory. Jealous much? Look, we both know the truth. If you could lick yourself, you may never leave the house. Then who would take us out for walks?

Why Giive a (bleep)? Because we’re doing what we need to do to maintain cleanliness. You wouldn’t like it if we didn’t lick ourselves. You can always turn your attention back to Game of Thrones on the flashing box in the livingroom.

Till next time,

~Roxy

 

Visit Wags and Walks Rescue for more adoption opportunities:

Scout

scout - Version 2Scout is a 2.5-year-old American Staffordshire Terrier. She is spayed and up-to-date on all vaccines. She is an absolute love, who needs a home with no cats and can only be placed in a home with children over 12.

Scout loves small dogs and is very relaxed and confident with them, and they love having her for a friend! Scout is very obedient and has done very well with all of her training. She has a few little fears — ceiling fans, other big dogs, and sometimes kids, but she does great when she is close to her human companion.

She loves to cuddle, hike and chew big, big bones. She is crate-trained, house-trained, leash-trained and an all-around loving, sweet, smart girl.

 

Visit Dawg Squad for more adoption opportunities:

Guppy

guppyGuppy is just the cutest low-rider ever! We discovered her at the South LA shelter in a kennel run with two other dogs who were picking on her. Poor Guppy looked so unhappy we knew we had to rescue her. She’s very quiet and is quite shy when she first meets you. Guppy walks nicely on a leash, is crate-trained and totally housebroken.

This little gal will be so happy to be part of a family. Guppy aims to please and any family would be lucky to adopt her. She will do great with adults who are not looking for a jogging/hiking partner … her little legs won’t go very far. But if you’re looking for a snuggle partner while watching TV or hanging out, Guppy is your puppy!

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