Monday, April 30, 2012

PostHeaderIcon Zada Mae in Osseo, and Zippy in Manistee

If you're thinking about adopting a dog, please consider Zada Mae and Zippy!

Zada Mae (pictured) is a sweet, pretty Staffordshire bull terrier available from the Greater Hillsdale Humane Society in Osseo. She ended up at the shelter when her owner couldn't afford to keep her anymore. This staffie girl is only about 1.5 years old. She's crate trained, and she gets along great with dogs and children.

In Manistee, Zippy is a sweet, handsome, wonderful labrador retriever mix available from the Manistee County Humane Society. He has a reduced adoption fee, thanks to a sponsor who kindly made a donation to help him find a loving forever home.

Zippy is a happy boy about 3 or 4 years old. He's great with dogs, and he loves people of all ages! He also loves to give kissies! He's looking for someone to spend time with him, and he would absolutely love being part of a family. His food allergies mean he'll have to be on a grain-free food to keep him healthy and happy.

Zippy had a wonderful home until his elderly owner couldn't take care of him anymore. He's been at the shelter for quite a while now, and he's still waiting to find someone special to give him the love and care he deserves. He will return the favor with love, devotion, and lots of kisses.

If you'd like more information about Zippy or Zada Mae, please visit their Petfinder pages.

1 comments:

welcome to my world of poetry said...

You're doing a grand job trying to rehouse all these lovely pets.
Congrats on completing the course of the A to Z.

Yvonne.

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