These pets are available to adopt, along with a ton of other amazing dogs at Muttville Senior Dog Rescue who deserve a great forever home!
Get to know Moses:
Holy Moses, this is one cute dog! Pooches find their way to Muttville in all kinds of different ways. This little guy floated to us via the Nile River in a basket made of reeds, and we could tell right away he was something special. His hobbies include talking to bushes, conveying commandments, and eating. We hope you have a VCR because Moses plans to work off his snack-belly by dancing along to Jane Fonda tapes. Gotta be tapes.
Get to know Lamont:
Super sweet Lamont is a well seasoned outdoors kind of pup. He knows where all of the cool camping spots are and can put up a tent in less then 15 minutes. This isn’t your average tent either ladies and gentlemen. It’s large enough to fit a group of ten and comes with a sunroof and a generator. This way you can look at the stars while surfing the Internet. Bing! So throw on your hiking shoes and pack a bag because Lamont is ready to take you on a grand adventure!
Here’s some notes from his foster:
Lamont is a sweet little guy with an easy-going personality. He settled into our home quickly and figured out all of his favorite spots to snooze, which he’s a pro at! He peacefully coexists with our dog, and loves to hang out where ever you are.
He hasn’t had any accidents in the house, so as far as we can tell, he’s house trained. He knows how to walk on a leash, is calm during car rides, and has a very hearty appetite – he tap-dances his way into the kitchen whenever we’re there! He’s happily met new people and dogs and seems to like going on walks.
Most of all, Lamont loves treats and being showered with affection – if you stop petting him, he will nuzzle you with his head to ask you to keep going! Overall, he’s a wonderful dog and we’ll miss him when he moves on to his forever home!
Get to know Wilbert:
You might recognize this little potato from his A-list-celebrity days when he played the moody heartthrob in numerous 80’s rom-coms. Wilburt loves the attention from fans sometimes, but most often he hides behind large shades and a ballcap. You can be his forever person if you promise not to make too big a deal about getting his autograph.
Here are some notes from his foster!
Bert is a lovely well mannered gentleman who is very smart, loving, easy going, gets along with other dogs (I have six) and is housetrained (both outdoor and indoor pee pads). He sleeps well through the night. He’s quiet, not a barker. He loves his food and snacks, wagging his nubby tail in excitement along with bouncy hops.
He is recovering very very well from having his injured eye removed and more of his personality is coming to light now that he isn’t in pain. He’s got a lot more pep in his step and interest in daily life here. He is diabetic and has insulin shots twice a day usually with his meals with no fuss. He has an eye medication for dry eye which is applied once – 2 times a day for dry eye-no fuss. No other meds.
He is truly a sweetie, a lovely doxie that would be the bestest buddy for a lucky person!
Get to know Coco Beans:
Luxurious and smooth to the touch. The girl is someone you can’t live without! Once you meet her you will absolutely be addicted. Coco Beans works on an Organic Farm in Mendocino County with her two favorite cousins Vanilla Beans and Coffee Beans. She enjoys working alongside her relatives. To her, family is everything! Coco Beans is the friendliest Pitty you’ll ever meet! We’re in love with the Coco!
Here’s some notes from her foster:
Coco Beans is the perfect companion! She settled into a routine quickly. She’s walks well on a leash and loves to stop and smell the roses! She loves to nap and sleeps through the night, with little bursts of energy to play and go on walks. She’s perfectly house trained! Coco Beans loves to play with toys, squeaky toys and tug of war are her favorites! She especially loves to rip the squeaker out of squeaky toys. She tries to chase cats on walks, so she might not make the best companion for a cat. She also is a bit particular with other dogs and sometimes growls when walking past another dog, but doesn’t seem aggressive. She’s fairly quiet, only barking when strangers come to the door or when she’s excited to play! She loves to be pet and will show you her big brown puppy dog eyes when you stop. Overall, Coco Beans will be an excellent companion for someone looking for an easygoing pup to go on walks and play with and have a loving presence in the home!
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