The first step in our adoption process is an application, which you can submit online at www.littlebitsrescue.org It does not obligate you in any way, but we do not arrange meetings or make telephone contact until we have one. Candace is a little Maltese girl who was surrendered to a shelter because her owners “just didn’t want her.” We suspect that they just didn’t want to pay to have her groomed. Her coat was in such terrible shape that she had to be shaved to the skin, but that beautiful white hair will grow in and she will be the gorgeous little princess she was always meant to be.
Cuddles is a 3/4 Boxer 1/4 Lab mix and was born 2/9/13. She has 6 siblings that have already been adopted. I wanted to keep her because she has the best disposition of the whole litter. She's been my Cuddle Bunny from the beginning but I just can't keep another pet so I need to find a good home for her with a family that will appreciate such an adorable, sweet, loving puppy.
Sweet Addie was thrown over a fence into someone yard with pitbulls with her daughter, Ali. Miraculously, they survived, probably because they are so sweet and completely nonagressive. Addie is about a year old and appears to have some Husky and/or Shepherd, although she is quite small, only 30-35 lbs and full grown. She is a fabulous size, gets along well with other dogs and has shown no interest in cats. Addie just wants to be loved! Addie is up to date on shots, and heartworm negative. She will be spayed in the next week.
Sammy is about 8 mos. old and appears to be a Jack Russell or rat terrier mix. He is not as hyper and barky as a typical Jack. He actually has very good manners and is super affectionate. He was rescued out of a high kill shelter. He will be neutered in the next week, is up to date on shots and would make someone a great companion. Sammy is on flea prevention and Heartworm prevention.
Ali is about 6 mos. old. Someone dumped her and her mother in the foster's dog pen at night. They were lucky they were no killed by the other dogs, but Ali and her mom are so sweet the otehr dogs left them alone. Ali is quite small; she is about the size of an Australian cattle dog, but is marked like a husky or shepherd. I think she will only be about 35 lbs when she is full grown. She will be spayed in the enxt week and is up to date on shots and heartworm negative and on flea prevention and HW prevention. She is a super sweet dog that aims to please her owner.
Jasmine is a 1-1/2 year-old rescue. She is extremely smart, will fetch all day, and is very people-oriented. And that is our problem: she's so people-oriented she tries to dominate the two little dogs we have. So she should have a one-animal home where she is the one animal, and she will have the people's undivided attention. She's a great companion dog, as likes to be up against you in a chair or in the bed. And she LOVES to run. She's spayed, has her shots and is housebroken. Call (205) 477-0433 evenings/weekends; (205) 919-5515 days; or email email@example.com for more information.
The first step in our adoption process is an application, which you can submit online at www.littlebitsrescue.org It does not obligate you in any way, but we do not arrange meetings or make telephone contact until we have one. Delilah is an adorable 5 years old long-haired Chihuahua and she weighs 5.5 pounds. Delilah gets along with other dogs and cats in her foster home. She was spayed prior to rescue. She is up to date on vaccinations, tested negative for heartworms and started on preventative. She also had a dental.
Muffin appears to be a Black Tri Australian Shepherd mix perhaps with some retriever. She has super soft hair and wants to be cuddled. She loves affection and she loves to play. Muffin gets along great with other dogs; she is very submissive to other dogs. Does not appear interested in cats. She is about 8-12 months old. Muffin has been spayed and is up to date on shots, flea treatment , and heartworm preventative.I think she would be a great family pet. If you are interested in Muffin, please contact Joanne at 205-515-8870 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The first step in our adoption process is an application, which you can submit online at www.littlebitsrescue.org It does not obligate you in any way, but we do not arrange meetings or make telephone contact until we have one.
This sweet, affectionate boy is fearful at first but when he warms up he loves to snuggle. No wonder he is anxious, he was found wandering a city street, bloody and beat-up by another dog. He has been treated, wormed, neutered and inoculated. He is healthy, has put on weight and his hair is growing back. He is currently fostered in a house with too many (jealous) dogs already, and needs to find a home where he can love and be loved. He has some great puppy energy and plays well with other dogs.