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I am seven months old and was found wandering the streets. They think I am part King Charles Cavalier spaniel and maybe part chihuahua. I only weigh 8 pounds, and my foster mom loves me! She says I get along with all dogs and kitties and love to play. She thinks I would love another pup to play with or children to be active with. I am a very polite puppy, too. I seem to be very popular with anyone who meets me. (more…)
Rosie is a calm, six year old, pretty red and white girl who was surrendered to a local shelter. She is great on a leash and loves to go for walks; she would be a wonderful companion to anyone who enjoys walking as a daily exercise. Rosie herself could lose a couple of pounds to improve her figure. She is crate trained, appears to be house trained, and only reacts if other dogs react to her first. Quite laid back, she loves pats and attention, giving smiles in return for them, and would enjoy an evening next to you on the sofa. Rosie is simply a quiet, sweet, and settled girl and a joy to foster. When surrendered she had a skin condition but is now on grain free food, takes medication, and has baths in her special shampoo. All of this is clearing her condition, which has greatly improved and from which she is expected to fully recover. Rosie is ready for her forever home and will be spayed and have her teeth cleaned soon.
My name is Heidi, and I was found as a stray on the streets of Houston and taken to the shelter by a concerned citizen. My pretty ears were wads of mats, but the vet and groomer took care of that fast! I am about four years old and as cute and sweet as can be. I am a small and happy girl who loves to run and play in the yard, and I don’t mind my foster mom’s other dogs. I am crate trained and appear to be house trained. My foster mom thinks I was once crated for too long at a time, and so I am learning I can go more often now. She even took me to the vet to have me checked out because she was worried, but the vet says I am fine and just need some time to relax and feel secure in a new routine. I am getting ready to be spayed and have my teeth cleaned. I am also on medication for an ear infection but am eating well and feeling great! I will be ready for my forever home very soon. I think I would be a good family dog and a good fit in just about any home. Sending Cocker Kisses, Heidi
UPDATE: Heidi is in a foster-to-adopt home now while she is going through heartworm treatment.
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