Adopted Rescue Dogs of the Week – Part II

February 23, 2012  

We love our Rescue Dog of the Week program as it gives these wonderful dogs at better chance of being seen and ultimately adopted into loving homes. Here are our adopted dogs from 2011. Join us in congratulating these dogs and their new families! See Part I here. Here are the rest from 2011.


Patrick wanted a home with another dog to help guide him along. Patrick, now named Spike, found that home and is now living with his brother Angel. Spike is continuing to learn hand signals and how to be a good puppy! Way to go Love-A-Bull!

We featured Sarah twice, and the second time around must have been a charm! She found her forever home! Great job Washington Humane Society!

Starr, from Washington Humane Society, was destined to be a star, a comedy of course not a drama as she loved nothing more than rolling in the grass making people laugh. Currently, she is the star in her own home!

Charro, the sweet sassy Jersey girl, was found abandoned in a parking lot. Thankfully the staff of Liberty Humane Society found her. Charro waited 20 months before she was adopted! She now lives with her dad and is named Cupcake!

Sweet and cuddly Dutch, from Outreach to Pets in Need, loved to play soccer and fetch. This mellow boy found his forever home! (photo by Geoff Tischman)

Butter made all of us melt with her sad story and adorable face! With help from Promise 4 Paws she was able to find her forever home!

Dallas, made her way from Ohio to Indiana, where she, with her siblings and momma, found refuge with Casa Del Toro. A year after being rescued, and after all of her siblings and momma found homes, sweet, baby Dallas found her forever home too! She and her former foster brother Brody were adopted together!

Shirley an amazing girl from Washington Humane Societyoften could be seen out and about in the D.C. area attending events and showing everyone how well behaved and easy going she is. This happy girl found her forever home!

Sweet Elderbull Lady Zabora broke all of our hearts. Lady Z found herself at the shelter after her owner was incarcerated. Thanks to Jasmine’s House and her foster mom at Love and a Six-Foot Leash, Lady Z found her forever home.

Monroe wanted for a patient adopter, she was even willing to trade love and belly rubs for patience and a willingness to work with her. After searching for a while, Monroe found someone who fit this description and she is in her happily ever after home! Way to go Furkid Rescue!

Presley, found her way from an abusive home to Furkid Rescue. At Furkid, she spent her time learning puppy stuff so she could be adopted! And it worked because she found her home in September!

Handsome Omar may have looked intimidating, but underneath his tough exterior, he truly is a pile of love. Thanks to Lucky Dog Animal Rescue he now enjoys giving kisses to his new family!

Devin, from the Humane Society for Hamilton County, looked for a forever home for 18 long months! He patiently waited for the right family to find him, and in December they finally found him. He is happily spending his days with his new family!

Zeus wanted a home where he could be loving and loyal, and give kisses and snuggle! In November, his wishes came true as he was adopted! Awesome job Promise 4 Paws!

Ghostdog, with his amazing manners and great personality, disappeared (HEE-HEE!) right into his forever home thanks to the amazing staff and volunteers at the Washington Humane Society.

Prior to being rescued, Kaylee, from Middle Tennessee Pet Resource Center, spent her life on a two foot chain, padlocked to a tree. Kaylee now is spending her days snuggling with her new family and keeping the couch warm.

Daphnie was born deaf, but her lack of hearing did not deter her from being a wonderful little girl with a mild and playful temperament. This sweet girl from Northern California Family Dog Rescue was adopted and has a family of her own!

Remember Bill with his handsome face and sad story? This boy from Animal Haven found a home where he is now enjoying his ears scratched and his belly rubbed on a daily basis.

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One Response to “Adopted Rescue Dogs of the Week – Part II”
  1. BaltimoreGal says:

    Yaaay Omar! Big dumb sweetie.