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Adopt Brenda

Female Adult Domestic Shorthair

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Paws For Life NC

About Brenda

Brenda is a sweet, affectionate buff tabby. She loves to be petted and she will even let you carry her around the house. She LOVES to play and loves all kind of toys. Brenda is good with other cats, dogs, and kids. When you come home from a long day. Brenda will run to the door to greet you. She is 1-2 yrs old. She is spayed, current on shots chipped, and negative for feline leuk/FIV.

If you have any questions about Brenda or adopting her please contact savannahkey26@gmail.com or hit the adopt button for an adoption application.

Adoption Fee: $25.00 - Reduced Adoption Fee! Ends Aug 31st

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Name
Brenda
Age
Adult
Gender
Female
Size
Medium
Shots up to date
YES
Ok with kids
YES
Housetrained
YES
Hypoallergenic
NO
Spayed/Neutered
YES
Ok with dogs
YES
Ok with cats
YES

Paws For Life NC

P.O. Box 338 Youngsville NC 27596

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Chloe

Boxer

Chloe, affectionately dubbed "Chunk", is an approx. 2 year old, 50lb bundle of happiness and love! She's a brindle boxer mix with a tail... show more

Chloe, affectionately dubbed "Chunk", is an approx. 2 year old, 50lb bundle of happiness and love! She's a brindle boxer mix with a tail that never stops wagging. She walks good on a leash and responds quickly/easily to correction. She loves to be with her people whether that's inside or outside. She'd make a great family dog as she loves everyone she meets but she might be too much for little kids (I could see them getting knocked down). She's dog friendly and seems to take her cues from the other dog ... if the other dog wants to play, Chunk plays; if the other dog ignores her, Chunk is happy to play by herself with toys or chew on a bone. Chunk is housebroken and crate-trained - she happily goes into her crate because she knows she gets a biscuit when she does. She's knows her commands of sit, stay, down, shake, come and drop it (drop the toy). She loves food - she will be your supervisor in the kitchen hoping for something to be dropped. Second only to her love of food is her love of toys, specifically squeaky toys. I think she loves hearing herself make them squeak!! She still has lot of puppy and energy in her, so exercise is a must. I think she'd make a good running partner although I haven't tried this theory out yet. She likes to chew, but in her defense she has not chewed anything that wasn't hers (toys and her blankets) - she's never touched our shoes or area rugs or anything on the floor other than her toys. Chunk is just a sweetheart. We get up at 5am every morning and she opens her eyes and the tail starts thumping but she's content to lay on her bed until she knows for sure we're up and then she's ready for breakfast!! Whoever adopts Chunk is going to have an awesome member of the family. She's spayed, microchipped, heart worm negative, and current on age-appropriate vaccinations and monthly preventives. Her adoption fee $225. Apply at www.pawsforlifenc.org show less

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Cocoa Puff

Labrador Retriever

I’m Cocoa Puff. I have a jubilant personality at about 8 yo, especially when I see my foster mom after waiting all day. I am a tan... show more

I’m Cocoa Puff. I have a jubilant personality at about 8 yo, especially when I see my foster mom after waiting all day. I am a tan color and am a happy boy. I like to howl at fire engines as they roar by the house which makes people laugh. I enjoy rolling in the grass after a dip in the swimming pool where I swirl my face around the water. My foster mom likes to squeeze me real tight, pat my sides like a drum, and smooch me when I am and am not looking! I have been to the veterinarian and enjoyed the attention. I was scared of the floors as they were slick and I’m not used to being inside. I have been traveling with migrant workers but they have returned to Mexico. I need a new home to spend my forever years remaining where people care about me, want me, and will cuddle me. I have had my vaccinations and my foster mom is using the slow kill method to treat my heartworms from the mosquito bites. I need to be neutered soon too, not number one on my list but goes without saying! I need chicken based foods (so tummy is not upset) and I eat about 3 cups of dry a day and a heaping teaspoon of wet food or rotisserie chicken. I do not want rice, black beans, and jalapenos anymore. My face is a little lopsided and it makes me look cute. The vet thinks I am a chocolate lab/pit bull mix. show less

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Cupid

Shepherd (Unknown Type)

Hi! My name is Cupid an adorable 6-month-old shepherd mix. Unlike the guy with the wings, I don't shot arrows. All I have to do is give... show more

Hi! My name is Cupid an adorable 6-month-old shepherd mix. Unlike the guy with the wings, I don't shot arrows. All I have to do is give you one look with my puppy eyes and you'll be in love. When I came to my foster mom's house she was very sad to find out that I was very scared of people and did not want her to touch me. She does not know what happened to me before she got me from the shelter, and I'm not telling. My foster mom tried working with me but realized she needed something to help to break me out of my shell. And she was right! So she got another foster puppy and he was the best friend I ever had! He taught me that it was fun to run and play with other dogs and toys. He also showed me that I didn't need to hide all the time in my crate and that it was much more fun hanging out with my foster siblings and my foster mom. Once my friend showed me all these things it was time for him to got to his new family. My foster mommy says I'm like a completely different puppy now, but I still have one hurdle my foster mom has been working to get over...I'm still afraid of being touched. I will be near her and even touch her, but I get scared when she tries to touch me back. My foster mom says I'm going to need a very special new family that will 1. Need to be very patient knowing that I need time to overcome my fear of touch. 2. Have another confident and outgoing young dog that I can play with. This is a must. 3. Have a securely fenced back yard so I don't escape if I get scared. If you work from home that would be great! I'm also great with cats. I may bark and chase them a little, but honestly, they scare me so I don't do much more than that. I'm not sure how I'll be with little kids so probably home with none or older children would be best. As I said before, I LOVE LOVE LOVE to play with the dogs in my foster home and will need to go to a new home with at least one other outgoing and confident dog that I can learn from and play with. I also love to play with toys, any kind of toy! Give me a Kong, a rope, a ball or a squeaky stuffed toy and I'll have a great time. Once you're done with your yogurt containers, I do a great job of cleaning them out. I'm working on leash training and am pretty much puppy pad trained. This is a little behind because my foster mom has a hard time touching me to get the leash on me. I am crate trained, up to date will all my shots, microchipped and neutered. I weigh about 35 pounds now and my foster mom thinks I may be about 50-60 pounds when I'm all grown up. If you think we may be a good fit, head on over to our website pawsforlifenc.org and fill out an application. show less

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Freya

Pit Bull Terrier

"Miss Freya is about as sweet and easy going as dogs come. This amazing little girl (about 45 lbs) is around 6-7 years. She loves casual... show more

"Miss Freya is about as sweet and easy going as dogs come. This amazing little girl (about 45 lbs) is around 6-7 years. She loves casual strolls is good on the leash, cuddles on the couch and all the bully sticks she can get her paws on. She is quiet and patient but has just the perfect amount of energy to still be fun on a brisk walk, play with other dogs and maybe even some fetch, but ultimately is very chill and happy to just lay on the couch with you to keep you company. She uses a pet door, is potty trained, and is learning basic commands such as sit, stay, and recall. It seems like she has lived most of her life outside but has adapted to living indoors with great relish! Her favorite place at night after dinner is on the couch with her human, getting back and tummy rubs. She happily goes in the crate, great with all sizes and ages of people, loves other dogs, all around just a happy dog. She LIVES for car rides and wants to be someone’s copilot. She hops on the center console and just watches the road with you. She does have a prey drive with birds and squirrels and all the fun stuff outside in the yard so we have not cat tested her yet. If you are looking for a sweet, sweet dog that likes long, slow walks and cuddling on the couch, Freya is your girl!! Find out more by contacting her foster mommy through Paws for Life NC." show less

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Goldie - Sponsored

Belgian Malinois

Hi! I am Goldie. I am a 7yo German Shepherd mix, I love people and children, I like to have dog friends, as long as they are medium or l... show more

Hi! I am Goldie. I am a 7yo German Shepherd mix, I love people and children, I like to have dog friends, as long as they are medium or larger. I do not do well with cats or small animals, so a house without them would be great. I weigh 82 lbs, I am house trained and crate trained. I relax in my crate while my people sleep, or are away at work since they have cats, otherwise I am perfectly happy sleeping on my dogbed in your room, or even in the bed with you. I LOVE kids 5yo and up, I follow them around to house to keep them company, and make sure they are safe. I sometimes will get on the couch, but usually I prefer just to sit on my dog bed, or on the floor by your feet. I protect my family so will watch out for strangers, not let strange dogs get too close. I walk well on a leash using an easy walk harness, and I like rides in the car. I have been given all of my shots including a lepto vaccine, I have been microchipped, and spayed. I listen very well and am eager to please. Please come see me at an adoption event, I hope to find my forever home soon! You can contact my foster dad pete@pawsforlifenc.org with any questions. Adoption fee $125 - Lower than normal as I am sponsored by a donor who cannot adopt me, but wants to see me get a great home. Applications can be filled out at pawsforlifenc.org show less

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Gunther

Terrier (Unknown Type, Medium)

Sweet Gunny-Bear! This boy is a professional snuggle-bug and an athlete all wrapped into one. Gunther is a 2-3 year old mix, we have yet... show more

Sweet Gunny-Bear! This boy is a professional snuggle-bug and an athlete all wrapped into one. Gunther is a 2-3 year old mix, we have yet to figure out what he is mixed with. Perhaps some Plot Hound, Boxer, Pit or Shepherd. He is a pretty compact little “Hippo” at a stocky 50 pounds.He is a bundle of fun and is an outgoing pup who is grateful for every toy and appreciates every lap he gets to snuggle into. He would love a brother or sister to play with and also enjoys cats! He rides well in the car and likes to go for outings. He visited the sunflowers at Dorathea Dix Park this summer and enjoys visiting local parks. He especially loves visiting his friends at Audrey’s Barkyard for daycare fun! Gunny is sweet and funny with his floppy mismatched ears and his silly grin. He makes people laugh and loves to give great kisses. This boy does LOVE TO PLAY, sometimes he’s too active for his foster brother who’s favorite pastime is to relax, but his brother will indulge him with a game of tug or chase in the yard. He is crate trained, potty trained and LOVES TO EAT! He does like to chew, so plenty of toys are a must and he should be crated if left alone. Gunther has had a full exam by a vet, is neutered on Heartworm prevention, flea and tick prevention and is micro-chipped. All this boy needs is a family to call his own! If you have any questions at all please reach out to his foster mom, Laura. laurap@pawsforlifenc.org show less

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Millie

Shepherd (Unknown Type)

Hi, I’m Millie!! I am a 2 year old Shepard/lab mix that loves to chase and retrieve a tennis ball or two! I’m very energeti... show more

Hi, I’m Millie!! I am a 2 year old Shepard/lab mix that loves to chase and retrieve a tennis ball or two! I’m very energetic and play well with other doggies and cats (we like to wrestle). I am a very vocal girl when I play. I don’t mean to sound so scary but I get very excited at each opportunity to play. If you watch my tail it is wagging hard the whole time. I’m a sweetheart and one of those girls who just like to have fun! I know how to sit and I am potty trained and crate trained. I have been seen by a vet, spayed had all of my shots, rabies and I’ve been microchipped I still have very white clean (and sharp) teeth and I love to chew on bones and heavy rubber toys (and treats too. Of course! Always treats! Who doesn’t like those?!) Sometimes I try to mouth or gently nip Mom when we play. But I do it lovingly. I bite and pull my oldest foster sister’s ears when she is lazy and won’t play with me. I also nudge the cat a lot with my big schnoze! Mom recently found out that I’m EXCELLENT at fetching tennis balls. She took me to a big fenced in field and threw some very far with a special stick. I quickly got it each time and returned right back to be thrown again. I’m very fast! So if you want to make me a permanent part of your family you can contact my Mom for more information. You will have to fill out an adoption application and let them check your references and visit your house. If you’d like to permanently make me part of your family I would ️️️ to meet you!! Mom says I can even have a pajama party (sleepover) to make sure we are going to be a good fit for each other! That sounds like SO much FUN! Until then, I’ll be Over here playing with my tennis ball!! Hope to hear from you soon! Millie !! show less

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Milo

Shepherd (Unknown Type)

Milo here! I'm originally from Jersey - how you doin'?!?? I'm a tri-color Shepherd mix, medium energy, six years old, and I weigh 64 lbs... show more

Milo here! I'm originally from Jersey - how you doin'?!?? I'm a tri-color Shepherd mix, medium energy, six years old, and I weigh 64 lbs, My birthday is about 7/19/2012 I'm also crazy good-looking, but I'm sure you've noticed that already! My previous owners love me a lot and did not want to give me up. But they had to move back in with family and were not allowed to bring their pets. So now you have a chance to adopt me! I'm a fairly mellow dog, but I have plenty of energy. I love me some walks, but need short walks in the summer heat, due to my dark coat. I walk pretty well on a front-attach harness or a Gentle Leader. I wasn't walked much before, so I can pull a little and be leash reactive to other dogs, but this is improving with the correct harness and some training from my Foster Folks. I'm a World Class snuggler and am extremely affectionate and loving. One of my favorite things in the world is to lay face to face with Foster Mom and gently lick her face while she pets my head. I also adore belly rubs, spooning, hugs, and giving kisses. I live to be loved on! I'm a real character - I give THE worst high fives. I usually miss, and it makes everyone laugh! I'm also a talker, and will "tell" you when I'd like a potty break. If I'm told to stop doing something fun, I will grumble and sulk in protest. If I want your attention, I'll groan and flop myself down dramatically. I also lay on my back with one paw in the air, like I'm waiting to be called on. I'm very funny and will certainly keep you entertained! I'm well house trained, but I have occasional "happy bladder" accidents. It's a small amount, which pretty much only happens when my Foster Folks come home and I get so excited to see them! My Foster Folks handle it by staying very calm when they first arrive, and they take me outside right away. Since they've been doing that, I no longer have accidents. Because of my bladder issues, I can't stay in a crate all day. I generally need to have potty breaks about every four hours or so, although my Foster Folks have on occasion left me for up to seven hours uncrated in the evening, and I did really well. I don't mind being in my crate for a few hours, but so long as I have reasonable potty breaks, I've done well being left home uncrated. I'm smart and easy to train, and if Foster Mom really wanted to teach me a proper high five, I could certainly do it. She just thinks it's really funny to see me miss all the time! Because I'm clever, I may or may not have figured out how to open the garbage can once or twice to have a snack. And if you leave food unattended on the coffee table - well, it's as good as gone, my Friend! My Foster Family is vigilant, so this only happened once. I knew I was in trouble and put myself in my crate without being told - it was worth it, haha! I do fine with children, and generally, like attention from them. I can be a little apprehensive of the five-and-under crowd if they are hyper and crowd me, but I still do okay with them. I might knock them over if I'm being silly. I live with a dog and a really mean 19 lb cat, and we all get along just fine, but it did take a few days of training from my Foster Folks. I am sometimes dominant with other dogs, especially if they try to be dominant towards me first. That's fair, right? My Foster Brother is not very dominant, so we got along well after a good introduction. I occasionally chase the cat briefly, but it's fun and is worth the scolding! Because I'm selective about other dogs, I probably wouldn't do well at a dog park. I will occasionally bark at people passing by outside, so an apartment is probably not a good match for me. But I will definitely run off potential intruders 'cos my bark is scary! I destroy all the toys. I have a giant Kong that I am slowly wearing down to nothing. So it's safe to say that I'm a Super Chewer, haha! My Foster Mom trimmed my nails once and I didn't fuss at all, but oddly enough they haven't needed trimming since. They're "self-trimming", and wear themselves out on the pavement during walks! I'm also pretty reasonable during bath time, and my coat doesn't shed so much. So it's pretty easy to keep me looking handsome! I'm neutered, microchipped, and up to date on vaccines and flea and tick meds. I'm all set to go home with you! I'm totally worth my $225 adoption fee. If you have any questions about me please email Foster Mom at OtherTwoThirds@gmail.com. If you would like to adopt me, and want to make sure you are first in line, please fill out an application right away here: http://pawsforlifenc.org/pet-adoptions/dog-adoptions/dog-adoption-form/. It's first come, first served, and you do NOT want to be second in line for this guy! I can't wait to meet you! Love, Milo show less