Morrissey is an eight or nine week old, Great Dane, Labrador Retriever, American Staffordshire Terrier mix… that’s our best guess at least. He is a total love bug, sweetheart and happily follows you around. He is not a fan of sleeping in a crate and would prefer to sleep with you. He is being fostered right now and would like to find a permanent family. But right now Morrissey is loving his big foster brother (watch the video below). He would love a home with another dog to play with. He has large paws so is going to be big. He’s a total sweetheart. Submitted by Petaluma Pet Pals.
Morrissey is loving his big foster brother. He would love a home with another dog to play with. He has large paws so is going to be big. He's a total sweetheart. Let us know if you are interested. He's in a foster home in the east bay.
Posted by PETaluma PET Pals on Wednesday, March 15, 2017
Hopefully this is the Hawkeyes this Saturday against Maryland…
Thanks for sharing Richard Kane (Class of 1986).
Posted by Iowa Men's Basketball on Friday, February 24, 2017
Dr. Karen Becker, a proactive and integrative wellness veterinarian, interviews Kohl Harrington, director of the new documentary Pet Fooled about commercial pet food, pet food recalls and deliberate deception campaigns that are common in the industry.
It’s playtime for Tarzan and Trax at the Humane Society of Morgan County Georgia. Both of these guys have been featured on DogPerDay, and both are still looking for new families. Maybe they need to be part of a package deal?
My name is Tarzan and I’m the King of the Jungle! I am your typical happy puppy who loves people, my dog friends, food and treats, walks, and naps. What can I say, I’m a dog… Everything I get to do with my people is my favorite thing! Since being rescued I am now happy, healthy, and ready to find a new family. Submitted by the Humane Society of Morgan County Georgia.
This is six-month-old Trax, and yes, the Treeing Tennessee Brindle Hound is a real, recognized breed. This sweetheart just arrived at the shelter, and with that face, those ears, and that beautiful coat, we don’t think he’ll be here long! Submitted by the Humane Society of Morgan County Georgia.
Puppy break time! Spreadsheets away! These two wee little nuggets are three week old pit bull babies that came in without their mom. They’re currently in our foster care program – they won’t be available for at least a month but we need your help! We desperately need foster homes that can take nursing moms with puppies. Life is a lot easier with mom around – she does the majority of the work. If you love the cuteness but don’t like the bit where you get covered in puppy food trying to feed them, if you can help a little family in need, we have a training February 4th at 9 AM. Sign up here. https://goo.gl/yNcgs9