Button, Daisy, and Jake need new homes!
Susan would find great comfort in knowing that her three dogs will be placed in caring and loving homes. Although they certainly could be adopted by a single family, they will also do well if placed in three different homes.
Button, a 7-year old female walker beagle mix, is slow to warm up, but loves to play once she gets to know you. She is spayed and microchipped and doesn’t currently need medications for her heart murmur. Button likes extra attention and may nip ankles if she feels neglected.
Daisy, a rescue dog, is a 12-year old lab mix with no health or behavioral issues. She is spayed and microchipped. This friendly, laid-back female gets along well with small dogs.
Jake is a 5-year old neutered mixed breed that was originally rescued in the woods. He has lots of energy and “loves anybody that loves on him.” Jake hasn’t yet interacted with small children, but he’s never shown any signs of aggression and has no health or behavioral issues.
All dogs are housebroken and are a healthy weight for their size.
Would you consider opening your heart and home to one, two, or all three of these dogs?