Herbie the Terrier Mix

This is Herbie, a six year old Terrier mix that I adopted from the local animal shelter in 2018. People like to say the phrase, “Dogs are man’s best friend,” and in Herbie’s case, I can 100% agree with that statement. Through the past almost 4 years I’ve had with Herbie: I’ve gained his trust, his friendship, I’ve taught him new things, taken him on new adventures, learned his many likes and dislikes, and have made so many unforgettable and irreplaceable memories. He’s brought more joy than I can type out. He definitely goes to show that shelter animals still have more life and love to give, and that each and every one of them deserves a second chance. Herbie loves treats, chicken, cheese, tuna, walks, naps, drives, the Sonic Drive-in, dressing up, picture taking, kisses, and cuddles. Submitted by Alyssa L.

Pumpkin the Pembroke Welsh Corgi

I am Pumpkin the one year old Pembroke Welsh Corgi puppy with a passion for cats, toys, treats, and new friends. I was born on July 22, 2020 and live in New York. I live with a cat who is my best friend, and with my two parents who spoil me. I love new people more than dogs, and everyone thinks I am the sweetest puppy ever. Submitted by Oxana K.

Tahiti the Shepherd, Hound Mix

Meet Tahiti! He is an eight month old shephard/hound pup and a ball of energy! He’s a powerhouse during playtime but settles down when you’re ready to! Tahiti is practically potty trained (will use a pad inside when needed!) after just a few short days with his foster parent and responds well to treats as positive reinforcement during training. Tahiti loves playing with other pups his age at the dog park, so would do well in the city with an active owner or a backyard in the suburbs! He also uses his crate as a retreat and sleeps through the night in it. Click here for more info today if you’re an owner who wants to stay active and engaged with a new pup! Submitted by Waldo’s Rescue.

Zoey the Golden Retriever Mix

This is my dog Zoey. She’s a Golden Retriever mix. She’s 10 months old and will be one year old in August. Zoey’s litter was rescued out in Mexico at just a few days old. Zoey and her siblings were found by two older women who took care of them until they were ready to go to an adoption center. My brother’s girlfriend’s parents own a rescue/adoption center out in Arizona and took in all the puppies when they were able to cross the boarder. At eight weeks old Zoey was able to come to her new home here in Wisconsin! She was very timid and shy at first but eventually her personality starting coming out. She is super goofy, out-going, curious, smart, intelligent and very protective. But most of all she has the most sweetest, caring soul! She loves taking my socks and sleeping with them. She loves being outside playing, car rides, and loves going on walks. Submitted by Kelsey P.

Raider the Terrier Mix

Hi, I’m Raider, your friendly Pitbull mix. I was adopted but found out that I’m rather picky towards my fellow canines… not jealous, but playing with them was a challenge. Maybe it’s a canine thing, but I did LOVE my adopted human parent. I would love another chance to prove myself. Submitted by Lodi Animal Services in Lodi, California. Please call (209) 333-6741 to schedule an appointment to see Raider. His fees have been waived.

Ginger the Goldendoodle

Ginger is an 18 month old Goldendoodle. She is fun and very social. So happy all the time. Ginger is in the middle. We live in Portland, Maine and this photo is taken on our boat in front of Sprint Point Headlight. She is with two dogs whom she just met. One is a four year old Golden Retriever and the other is a four month old Golden. They are all smiling and having a great time on a beautiful day in Maine! Submitted by Julie M.

Popo the Mixed Breed

Meet Popo, the latest member of our family. Popo is about nine months old and was a mixed breed stray until two months ago when she came up to my son on a street and then jumped into the passenger side of our car before we could close close the door! So we brought her home. Popo has boundless energy and gets on very well with our other furry family members. She has a very soulful face that is so expressive and we all just love her to bits! We are just so glad she chose to come and live with us. Submitted by Jago S.

Popo with a family member.

Popo with Anubis (brown) and Dino the Husky, ready for bed.

This is Popo with her best friend, Rokku the Husky.