May 17, 2012  

StubbyDog’s Rescue Dog of the Week is sponsored by Zobo Pet Products, who will be giving away a free collar for every dog adopted through this program.

“She has the most amazing blue-grey eyes that sparkle when she looks at you.”

Adele is a sweet, beautiful young pup looking for a home to share her love and all her tomorrows. When she entered Bay County Animal Control in Panama City, Florida she had the worst case of demodex mange they had ever seen. She is still alive thanks to Tracy, the ACO, and Rebecca, who brought her to her foster home. Sue (one of their foster homes that specializes in these pups) took her in. When Adele’s tail started wagging despite her pain, Sue knew there was hope for this puppy.

Adele is about 5 months old now, and 38 pounds she won’t be a small dog! Her breed is up for guesses, though bully and Weimaraner have been suggested as some ingredients. She has been in her foster home for about three months, so she is well socialized and house trained, and like any sensible dog, likes to lay under the covers and snuggle. (She has a tiny snore, though!)

She gets along well with the other dogs in her foster home, and knows “sit” and “easy.” She is working on stay and leash manners. You can keep track of Adele and other mange puppies from BCAC on Adele’s Facebook page. And, you can call Bay County Animal Control at 850-767-3333 to adopt her. There is an also an offer of air transport for Adele to her forever home. The BCAC adopt a pet site is here, but animals in foster care may not be listed there. BCAC is located in Panama City, Florida.

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2 Responses to “Adele”
  1. mac_naughton says:

    Poor poor thing!  I recognize that horrid mange anywhere having nursed a foster dog through it myself.  Everyday they heal a little more, and they are so thankful for you making them feel better… no love like that of a dog.

    • StubbyDog says:

       @mac_naughton Doesn’t she look so much better though? She’s such a cutie.