Meet this week's rescue dogs:
Pork Chop got his name because he is a huge ham. He is an extraordinary boy that is just an all around awesome dog. Pork Chop came in as a stray to a local animal control so his past is a mystery. We do know that he was such a good boy that animal control always used him to see if other dogs were dog friendly. Pork Chop can be found with all of his adoptable friends at Bryan & Amanda Bickell Foundation.
Sunny is a super tiny and ridiculously sweet perma-pocket pittie. At about 30 lbs, she is a perfect apartment size. Sunny is cuddly and loves to be held. She can get a bit snarky at other dogs, but she does great in their presence and on pack walks with them but doesn't appreciate them up in her grill. Sunny can be found with all of her adoptable friends at Bryan & Amanda Bickell Foundation.
Jupiter was spotted roaming for two weeks at an elementary school. Sadly, many of the school kids would toss rocks at him, making it hard for animal control to catch him. When they did, Jupiter only had a few days to secure rescue. Now that we have this boy, we hope to find someone that will appreciate how beautiful and smart he is. Jupiter can be found with all of his adoptable friends at Bryan & Amanda Bickell Foundation.
Mama is scared but warms up and was definitely more confident in the presence of her babies. She'll need someone willing to take things slow and earn her trust, but she'll reward you with seeking petting and gazing at you with such soulful eyes you'll get lost. Mama and all her adoptable friends can be found at Bryan & Amanda Bickell Foundation.