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October 5, 2020

‼️We have a special edition today! We have 3 puppies that are looking for their forever homes‼️ Madeline, Jack, & Lincoln!

🎇🔺Meet Madeline! Madeline came all the way from Texas because she wanted to be a Buckeye & find her forever home here in the Buckeye State

🔺Madeline is a spunky almost 6 month old terrier/American Staffordshire mix pup who loves to play, run, romp with her foster siblings & foster human

🎇Madeline or as we call her "Maddy" is looking for a very active family who is ready for a high energy kind of pup & willing to continue to show her the ropes & training to be the best pup she can be

🔺Madeline can be a handful so it is preferred kids over 8 year of age & preferred fenced in yard

🔹🌠Meet Jack! Jack is a spunky little pup who loves to romp around with his foster siblings and foster human🌠🔹

🔹Jack is a 5 month old hound mix

🌠Jack has quite the personality and he has the voice to tell you! Due to being very vocal, Jack should not be adopted to an apartment or condo

🔹Jack would likely do well with an active family to burn off his puppy energy. He would love a fenced yard or plenty of time for walks

🔸🔹Meet Lincoln! Lincoln is an almost 6 month old lab mix puppy

🔹Lincoln is probably the happiest puppy you will ever meet! He loves all people, children and other dogs. He has been exposed to cats, he doesn’t hurt them but he will chase them!

🔸Lincoln absolutely loves water and taking walks. He has a lot of energy so he would like a home with another dog and/or kids to play with

🔹Lincoln enjoys snuggling, and he is housebroken. Lincoln sleeps all night in his crate with no complaints

🌈If you are interested in any of these puppies, please fill out an adoption application on our website

October 2, 2020

💕Today our blog is dedicated to one of the happiest foster-fail dogs you would ever meet, Brody 💕

💞Brody was formerly adopted out by Franklin County Dog Shelter and ended up being badly neglected by his adopters. His name at FCDS was Bellamy💞

💖Here is a note from Brody’s adopted Mom, “Brody came to me a little timid and shy and has completely opened up into the most loveable, snuggley, goofball! He greets everyone he meets with his crooked toothed smile fully expecting endless pets. He loves to run through the fields, take a dip in the lake, then go home and sleep for hours. I am so glad to have him as my forever best friend!”💖

💗Brody, we are so happy to see you grow into the loving boy that you are, Happy Tails you sweet and handsome boy💗

October 1, 2020

🌟Today is National Black Dog Day🌟

🌟National Black Dog Day encourages the adoption of a dog in the darker shades. “Black Dog Syndrome” is a phenomenon where black dogs are passed over for adoption for no other reason than their coloring. Black dogs are more likely to be euthanized in shelters regardless of their breed. ...

You’ll find their behavior is no different from dogs of a different color. They fetch, play, and wag their tails just the same. Not only do they come in every shape and size, but they all need forever homes!

🌟Below is a video of some black dogs and pups we have rescued over the past 2 years. Look at all their sweet faces, and support national black dog day by adopting or fostering to save a life


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