Tag Archives: Puppies
So glad you are joining me today for the Dogs N Pawz Blog Hop called Tuesday’s Tails! New posts go up on Tuesday but you can link up and post when you want all week-long. The whole purpose is to feature cats, dogs, rabbits, birds, etc. so when you link up is up to you! Even pets from PetFinder, are fine. Let’s just get them all homes!
Dogs N Pawz said “I also want to encourage all of you to share each other’s Tuesday’s Tails posts on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and whatever other social media channels you use. The more we share the more likely we are to get the word out!”
Let’s hop to it! Today we are featuring 2 really cute pups, Hank and Moose. Who can resist that cuteness!
Please remember that all pets need loving homes. And all homes NEED a dog.
Late addition to post: Many of you have seen Madge’s face here for a few months now and are familiar with her story. Unfortunately, this might be her very last pleas for help unless someone can help Canine Nation change Madge’s situation for the better. Madge has been kenneled altogether for over three months now and is completely miserable. In her time with Canine Nation, she’s sadly spent a majority of her time in a cage at various facilities and because of this her separation anxiety has worsened as well as her fear and defensive behavior with other dogs. She has gone absolutely kennel crazy and barks constantly, pacing day in and day out. It is obvious she cannot continue the path she is on now. This is their last plea for help for Madge as they have run out of options and funding and are desperately in need of a foster. Madge craves attention and human interaction as any dog, especially a previous abuse case, does. Madge needs the help from a loving, patient home now more than ever. She cannot make it further without your help. Please email email@example.com ASAP if you can help. Madge needs your help today!
when did potatoes learn how to run?
Our best labby girlfriend, Amy, had this baby fluff-ball (Havenese, we think) named ‘Jersey Girl,’ visiting, She was only 6 weeks old and weighed about 2 lbs. She was being moved from somewhere in the state of New Jersey, down south to her forever home in Tennessee. We think that 6 weeks is too young to leave your Mommy, but the people that had her said that it was time for her and her mates to be gone. So ‘Jersey Girl’ was passing through on her way to live with Amy’s Aunt. We never saw a dog that was so small. She was the size of Mommy’s sneaker. We were trying to play with her but she did not seem to get the gist of it. Her cousin Amy did not like her, but we thought she was interesting. Mommy wanted to keep her because she was so cute. We can see great mischief with this one.
This is a blog hop. I hopped it from Snoopy’s DogBlog. Check them out for more mischief.