Here’s round SIX of our Super Dog Sunday photos! Don’t forget: we’ve got half the photos on DogTipper and you’ll find the other half on All Things Dog Blog! Haven’t entered yet? Visit the main Super Dog Sunday post for details and to see all the entries we’ve posted so far!!
Benjamin is ready for some football! Benjamin says, “We are the Bark4Green posse! (Left to right) My name is Benjamin & I was adopted last year. This here next 2 me is my little sister, Nina (she’s actually my older sister b/c she is going to be 17 this year! but boy is she still feisty!) Next to Nina is Rocky (he’s a rock-star, as you can see! He loves to pose for pictures & he was also adopted 7 years ago! We are ALL BIG NY GIANTS FANS (Including our human parents!)”
Molly’s mom says, “Molly is a Pats fan> since she does live about 20 mins from Gillette Stadium. She is 6 yrs old.. Yorkie and Maltese mix..”
Cute Bubbles, a chihuahua mix, is a up for adoption in Cheyenne, Wyoming. Her Petfinder page says, “Bubbles is an adorable and sweet little dog. She enjoys human companionship, likes to wear cute outfits, and thinks she should be your one and only princess. Bubbles was previously adopted from BDAR but has been returned due to allergies. This tiny cutie would really like a home where she can stay forever, please contact us if you’d like to be that for her!”
Sweet Dinah is up for adoption in Cheyenne, Wyoming. Her Petfinder page says, “She knows the basic commands of sit, down and stay. She is house trained and crate trained. Dinah might even be reliable with free roam in the house for short periods of time. However, she should not be left alone outside as she can jump even a tall fence and will attempt to do so to find her people. She much prefers to be a house dog.”
Handsome Jake is a busy boy and is attending classes right now as he waits for his forever home. His Petfinder page says, ” His foster mom has been taking him to basic obedience and Jake is proving to be a star pupil! However, he does get insecure around other dogs on his leash and will need continued work to be less reactive in that situation. If he is not adopted before he graduates, we intend to take Jake on to get his Canine Good Citizen certification.”
Although she’d do best in a home without cats and with other dogs only with careful introduction, Jessi loves people, people, people! Her Petfinder page says, “Jessi craves the kind of friendship that will last a lifetime. And since she is still a puppy, she really means a lifetime! This smart, zippy girl was found wondering around as a stray. Being abandoned must have left a mark on her heart because now when she first meets you, she’s all over the place, trying to get hugs and give kisses and snuggle in as close to you as she can get. She’s even fantastic with children and very patient with their rough handling or clumsy footfalls.”