WAGNER TAILS: National Rescue Dog Day
EAU CLAIRE, Wisconsin (WEAU) – National Rescue Dog Day is celebrated on May 20 each year. It was started (in part) to educate the amazing dogs in shelters and rescues waiting to be adopted.
In honor of National Rescue Dog Day, WEAU’s Danielle Wagner highlights the dogs recently featured in Wagner Tails who are still waiting for their forever home.
Lucy is a nine year old terrier living in Bob’s House for dogs. She’s not a fan of young children, but she might be okay with older kids who respect her.
She just cleaned her teeth, which really excites her! Lucy is also a fan of walks, belly massages and cuddles. We hope you see the very sweet side that this girl has in her.
Click on HERE to complete a request.
Graceful, alert, with a sassy expression – that’s how the American Kennel Club describes Chihuahuas. This nine year old chihuahua is available for adoption at Bob’s House for dogs.
Sassy’s former owner has passed away. Sassy enjoys going for walks and playing fetch (sort of). She is looking for a house without children and other animals. A loving home is a must for Sassy. She will gladly return your affection to you with her own kisses.
Click on HERE for the adoption request.
Who has four legs and loves everyone they meet? Roza is his name. Roza loves to run, play and take a nap in the sun.
She is looking for a special home where she will be the only pet. Roza is responsive to other dogs, which means she needs a house where her humans are doing well, with no doggie walk-in, and no dog parks.
Roza is 3 years old and she has been waiting for a long time to find the right home. She has spent the last 10 months with the Chippewa Humane Association, and we really hope she doesn’t have to mark a year with the shelter in May.
Click on HERE to complete the adoption application.
A big ham that loves attention! This is how the staff of the Eau Claire County Humanitarian Association describe Lou Brutus.
He is four years old and was delivered to the shelter so as not to get along with the other dogs. Although he does well at the ECCHA with other dogs, it is recommended that he go to a house without small dogs, other small animals or cats.
As ECCHA is still working with Lou’s interactions with medium to large dogs, his new family will need to continue working with him as well. The staff at ECCHA say Lou does a great job of listening while working on his training.
Lou Brutus is looking for a patient family with people who will embrace his awkward side. Click on HERE for a link to the adoption application.
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