In foster over 260 days
Chance is a super sweet dog that loves his humans deeply once he trusts them. In foster, Chance is affectionately referred to as water-dog, not because he loves water (he does like to walk in the kiddie pool though), but because he turns into a liquid when petted (he also tries to “melt” over gates when his humans need to keep him in another room occasionally). He is truly ridiculous and hysterical.
Chance is high energy and loves to run and play with toys. Chance is very smart and loves learning through positive reinforcement and is food and toy motivated. He even learned to jump through a hoop! Chance could easily become a chunker through his love for food - an adopted that is cognizant of his weight is a must. Chance knows his name and responds promptly to “come” and is housebroken and crate trained (he goes right in his crate on cue!)
Chance will require time to adjust in his new home to give him time to learn to trust his new human(s). Chance’s spirit and fun loving nature is so joyful and innocent that he will make an excellent dog friend for the right adopter!
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In foster over 320 days
Sunny is a fun loving, sweet and very affectionate boy. He loves ALL toys, but chasing balls and tossing stuffed toys are his favorite. He will self entertain with toys or just relax when everyone else is!
He knows sit and come! Sunny was not properly socialized prior to rescue, so he can be a bit timid of new people, but is learning strangers make good things happen (yummy treats!) and does well with most dogs. Sunny has made huge progress meeting new people in foster! He seems to do better with multiple dogs as opposed to one on one, so a meet and greet is definitely required. He shares his toys well, but prefers other dogs don't bother him when he is resting (I can appreciate that!) He is a vocal player and can get a bit rough with other dogs at times so supervised play is best!
Sunny has waited so long for the home he deserves. He has starved for affection and attention for too many years. Will you make his dreams come true?
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Photo credit: Rachel Belyavsky
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