Hi, my name is Pearl. I’m a dalmatian mix puppy from Tennessee. Daddy was looking for a new dog online and he fell in love with my picture. I am a really nice dog, but I’m shy around kids. They run around a lot and I try to stay out of their way! I don’t mind strangers, though, as long as they pet me! I’m just a big lap dog.
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Hi, my name is Hazel. I’m a 13-year-old dalmatian/staffy mix from Portland, OR. My parents took me in when I was only 5 weeks old, and they were so protective of me that they made me sleep in their bed. I grew up to be 70 lbs., and I still insist on sleeping on the bed (they actually bought a bigger one to accommodate me). I am very smart and I always tilt my head when people are talking, trying to analyze what they’re saying. They call me the “People Whisperer”. I have my own, pet, too, a terrier mix named Oscar who I love very much. My favorite place to go is the beach. I’m so overjoyed when I get there, I bark with glee the whole time. For an old girl that’s beaten cancer and had her knees replaced, I think I look pretty good!
He was adopted from Atlanta Pet Rescue. He is very clumsy and frequently falls off the couch while rolling over for a tummy rub. Becks loves to play fetch but gets so excited to play with whatever toy he’s fetching that he ends up smacking himself in the mouth with his paws.
Hi! My name is Helen and I’m a lab/dachshund mix looking for my forever home. I’m currently in Atlanta, GA courtesy of Atlanta Pet Rescue. I am about a year old and I have a super shiny black coat that I get a lot of compliments on. I look like a lab, but I have short little legs like a dachshund. I am very loving and affectionate and I’m extremely well-behaved. If you know someone who might want to take me home, please contact Atlanta Pet Rescue.
Hi, I’m Sierra the dachshund mix from Peterborough, Ontario, Canada. Mommy and Daddy had talked about getting a dog, but decided they weren’t ready. Then Mommy met me at my foster house and just had to take me home! I am very good at getting what I want. I put my face on my paws and make my eyes all big and sad. And whenever Mommy straightens up and puts my toys in the basket, I follow right behind and take them out to play again. The only ones who can outsmart me are the cats. They corner me and I’m afraid to move past them!