ADOPT ME!

pawprint2 View and learn more about our WAAGR dogs needing a new home.

Anna #17004

Hi, my name is Anna and I am 18 months old. I recently had surgery to
have my left back leg amputated and now I am healed and ready for
adoption. First of all, I would like to thank WAAGR as they saved me
from being euthanized at the shelter where I came in as a stray. I had
a severe break in my leg that could not be fixed, and WAAGR paid for my
leg to be amputated. Whew! I have way too much energy and life ahead of
me to go to heaven just yet! I am a sweet, social girl who loves people,
other dogs, cats, and children over 12. I have not met any baby people
yet. I love to go for walks! I can go up and down stairs, I am learning
the commands of “sit,” “leave it,” “no jump” and” lay down,” and I am
doing well at potty training. If you like a dog that snuggles, that’s
me, and I will follow you anywhere! And, I am crate trained. I am
waiting for my “fur-ever” home and would love to be your dog!

  

 

 

Heidi #16011

In the photo, Heidi is on the left and Sam(above) is on the right. They came in together.  They do not have to be adopted together. Heidi is an 11 year old golden mix, a stray. She’s being treated for heart worm and WAAGR will continue to pay for her treatment until she gets the all clear. She’s housebroken, stays off furniture, doesn’t know any commands. It seems as if she had very little interaction with people but she’s starting to enjoy being around them. Sam is about 5 years old, he came to a shelter with very bad ears and an eye infection. That’s all been taken care of and he’s healthy. Both dogs seem to have been farm or country dogs, just left to manage on their own. If someone has the time to work with them, and teach them the joys of being a family pet, they will be a nice addition to the household.

Heidi #16011 (left)

Brandy #15029, age 4, spayed**SPECIAL NEEDS ADOPTION

 

Brandy’s foster mom said Brandy is adorable. You can’t get much cuter than she is. God made her that way because of her troubles we think. She looks like the Bush’s Baked Beans dog. More of a darker coat. She always wants to be by your side, leaning into you for a hug. She plays well with the other dog in the household, and she doesn’t need a lot of exercise.

Brandi is about 5-6 years of age, housebroken, good with kids and other dogs. She must be on a grain free diet because of her seizures. Since she’s a food thief all food must be kept out of her reach, especially anything with grain. She was surrendered because the family had too many kids and no time for her. We’re sure the seizures had something to do with it too. She is currently on the following meds:
Keppra 750
Keppra 500
Bromide
Phenobarb
And she is starting a safe medical type of marijuana called Everyday+ Oil which is given along with her other meds. Her meds are purchased at Sam’s Club or Good RX.com  She now has about one seizure a month while taking phenobarb.

Brandy’s foster mom said Brandy is adorable. You can’t get much cuter than she is. God made her that way because of her troubles we think. She looks like the Bush’s Baked Beans dog. More of a darker coat. She always wants to be by your side, leaning into you for a hug. She plays well with the other dog in the household, and she doesn’t need a lot of exercise.

Brandi loves to sleep on her back with her feet in the air. She’s a tall girl and can easily check out those kitchen counters for treats. She was treated for a torn ACL and ruptured knee cap and has recovered nicely although she can’t do a lot of steps. A few steps are OK but that’s it. She can take short easy walks too. Brandi weights about 70 lbs and is in a foster home in New Berlin. The only reason her foster parents can’t adopt her is because the cost of her monthly meds, which run around $300.00, are too much for their budget. For quite a while now she has only had about one seizure per month.

Please contact us if you’d like to learn more about Brandy #15029.

 

Brandy-15029  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Comments are closed