Monday, October 19, 2015

A Young Lab Mix is Looking for Love


Update Oct 22: Annie went home with Nora and her family.  They took Annie to the pet store to buy a new harness and food and she was “amazingly well behaved.” 

At home, Annie joined Tiger, a large cat that the family had previously rescued from a hospice patient who had to move into a smaller, non-pet friendly home.  The family reports that though Tiger was a little grumpy about the new dog, he’s doing well.  He is safe and happy and enjoying his new home. 

A special thanks goes to Dr. Ernie Blum and his staff, at My Pet’s Vet.  They not only worked with Hope to get both pets’ vet records up to date, they took Tiger in as their office cat, until Nora came along to bring him home.

Thanks to everyone who spread the word and helped both of these pets find new homes!

Margaret rescued Annie from Animal Services when she was just over a year old. Although these two were loving friends, Margaret's declining health prevented her from keeping Annie during her transition to intensive care. Annie is staying temporarily with Margaret’s neighbors.

We want to find Annie a new home to let Margaret know that she will have a wonderful future!

Annie is a loving, timid, indoor dog who wants nothing more than to spend every waking moment with her person. Fetching a ball and going on walks are her favorite activities. She is leash trained, adores car rides and has received all regular vet care. She currently needs a nail trim. An adoptive home without a lot of activity would be a perfect fit.
  • Spayed female, Labrador mix
  • 3 years old, born October 13, 2012
  • Weighs about 45 pounds
Annie's new owner will receive support from Hope, including all her previous vet records, food (Nutra), and 50 # container - as well as leashes and beds.

If you are interested in adopting Annie, please contact Colette at (239) 985-7728.