Meet Pets From Muttville Senior Dog Rescue On Furry Fridays!

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 Karma:

When you hear us say Karma’s gonna get you, we mean it in the best way possible! Karma will make you fall in love with her the moment you meet her. Her huge pedal shaped ears will draw you in and her course coat will make you want to pet her all day. Karma loves gentle strokes and a slow approach. She likes to take short walks and stairs are not a problem. Karma is quite unique, she has a snout that points slightly to the right. It doesn’t bother her in any way, if anything it adds a bit of character. Her nose tips to the right but her heart is ready to become even with yours! Adopt Karma today and you’ll never have a bad day!

Here’s some notes from her foster:

I can’t help but smile when I’m around Karma! She is a dog that LOVES life- she can turn any mundane activity and turn it into something fun. She has the cutest, crooked nose and the most unique coat- everything about her is just so awesome!

Karma is also the chattiest girl; she has lots to say and loves getting attention from everyone in the room. She has a gentle, cuddly side that will melt your heart.

This perfect girl deserves a perfect family, and I can’t wait until she finds it!

Get to know Korra:

Meet Korra, the adorable land seal/boxer mix who is simultaneously shy and friendly. Both excited and nervous about her new life transition, Korra is so ready to blossom into the confident, outgoing girl she wants to be! This sweet mama is most excited for long naps on the sofa, head scratches, and fancy treats.

-Korra is gentle, shy and sweet

-Korra will love you right away and be the most loyal companion

-Korra is so spry for a senior girl – you go girl!

-Korra would love a quiet and patient home to call her very own

Here’s some notes from her foster:

She is doing on walks. Her leash walking skills are always improving. She is smart and totally trainable!

Korra is getting used to her new surroundings. She becomes more comfortable each day and follow me around the house. She doesn’t ask for much the only thing she asks to be the only pet in the house.

She slept well both nights. So far no accidents in the house.

She likes going for long walks and sniff around. She is a gentle girl who loves attention.

Korra is the sweetest pup! She loves to snuggle and wants to be near her humans at all times. She’s pretty active and we walk 2-3 miles every day. She also enjoys playing fetch but wishes you could throw the ball to her without her having to give it back to you!

Korra thinks she’s a lap dog and loves to sleep next to me on the couch. She loves food and treats and is great with meeting new people. Korra is house trained if she has regular access to go out. Korra will make a great addition to a family who wants a loving cuddle buddy and playmate!

Get to know Ziti:

T minus 5 minutes until your heart melts over this out-of-this-world pupper. Ziti is full of love, very active, and extremely friendly, and has yet to get the memo that she’s a senior so please don’t tell her. Ziti’s hobbies include snuggles, walkies, and eating all the snacks! You can see her day to day activities on Instagram:

-Ziti is super playful and so much fun

-Ziti comes from a terrible background, and is so deserving of love. She will give it back 100%

-Ziti has so many new things to learn and the world is her oyster. Everything she does is the most exciting thing that has ever happened. Her zest for life is contagious!

Here’s some notes from her foster:

Ziti is such a sweetie :)

She prefers to have the company of her humans around her. She is SO quiet with me ( and I am with her almost all the time but for some errands and fitness classes I have been gone 3-4 times for like 2 hours max .. )

Ziti seems to have a good appetite! She is a great leash walker – would gladly go 3 miles on flat ground. On uphill ( non stairs/ step) terrain would keep it under 1/2 mile max. She is very house trained – has only gone outside . :)

She is very spritely!! She wants to follow you and be close to you and it is so cute!She has a back leg that will get wobbly – I have all laminate floors that can get a little slippery for her and she loves carpet and solid asphalt/ cement/ grass/ soil!She can do stairs ( I have about 6 steps in house) but you can tell she prefers not to. She can hop in the car easily also and you can tell she prefers if you can pick her little body up and set her down gently !).

She can fall asleep in five seconds when lounging and has lots of doggie dreams! Absolutely loves walking and getting outside! Loves being your little shadow and knowing where you are in the house – it is cute. Loves lounging and taking doggie naps next/ near you! She gets a little frightened when you approach her from behind too fast.

I haven’t had her off leash but on leash she is receptive to other dogs and you can tell if she starts getting uncomfortable with other dog in about a minute or 2 and can kindly say goodbye and steer her away with no troubles!

Get to know Nana:

Nana is a big girl with an even bigger heart. How is it possible for a heart to be even bigger than its owner? It’s not. That’s just something people say. Her anatomy is actually scaled appropriately – BUT her capacity for love is oversized. Nana is a mature woman who gets along with everyone and is looking forward to settling into her new home and making it her own. She may hang up some prints, place a few knick-knacks on the shelves, and add her favorite coffee mug to your collection. Get ready for soul-sharing conversations on long, leisurely walks with your new best friend!

Here’s some notes from her foster:

Nana has a heart of gold. Loves snuggles and pets. Tail wags readily. She is curious, and is starting to reveal a playful side.

She likes her walks. Every day we do a 1.5 mile walk in the morning, and then a couple shorter ‘around the block’ walks in the afternoon and evening. She is easy to handle on the lease. Greets dogs, people, and children gently and friendly. She has no problems with stairs. She is not reactive to birds or loud noises, however, she playfully took off after a squirrel.

She is house broken and has had no accidents.

She is always excited to get in the car.

She has a great appetite and needs to put on weight. She likes treats and is very gentle taking them.

When we leave her alone in the house, she barks for a couple minutes, and then quiets down. So far, we have left her alone for no more than 2 hours. She is usually napping when we get home.

Nana is easy to bathe, and her fur and skin have already improved in just one week of good care and nutrition.

Nana does not seem to know her basic commands, which hasn’t been a problem because she is so easy-going. She does understand ‘No’ and obeys.

She wants to please.

Most of all Nana likes napping in her new comfy dog bed.

Tune into Marcus & Corey every Friday to meet more animals that could be your family's next pet!

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