If you’re ready to take things to the next level this Valentine’s Day, surprise your significant other with a third party — a puppy!
Here are nine adoptable dogs ready to be the next member of your growing family.
Disclaimer: We are not suggesting that you surprise a new love with a puppy. Animals are a huge responsibility and you must be ready to take on the challenges of walking your pet, feeding your pet, additional vet bills, and general caring for the animal. If you’re not ready to adopt, check out these places to foster animals in Seattle.
Unlike most chihuahua’s, Peaches is ready to live a laid-back, relaxed, and mellow life. She loves snuggles, snacking, and sleeping, and she would love to live with other dogs and older children.
Boomer is a six-month-old mixed-breed dog. He’s a medium-sized pup that gets along with other dogs and can learn to live with cats. If you’re looking for an energetic fella, he’s your guy.
Little Taffy is in need of a family to teach him bravery and confidence. He is easily scared and prefers hiding in his crate than exploring the world. He’s motivated by squeaky toys and treats and is looking for someone with patience and a huge heart.
This Olaf isn’t a strange snowman that’s come to life — he’s better! Olaf is fully grown at three years old and loves cuddles and attention. At his age, he’s ready to hang out in a laid-back home, preferably without kids or other dogs.
What’s better than one dog? TWO! Kizzy and Maddie are both nine years old and have loving personalities. Kizzy is a Pomeranian mix, while Maddie is a Schipperke mix. They’re both great with other pets, kids, and loads of love.
Eddie is a sensitive boy at eight years young. He does well with friendly dogs and cats and warms up quickly with gentle pets and attention.
Much like you and your partner, you can’t have Ying without Yang. These two Shih Tzu’s are looking for a comfy forever home. Ying is 17 years old, while her son, Yang, is 13. Both would thrive in a home with a low energy level and humans looking for additional love.
Look into those eyes, Ansel needs you. He’s bounced back from abuse and is ready to bounce into your home. He’s currently seven months old and will grow into a semi-large pit bull. Those experienced with large dogs should consider adopting Ansel.
Looking for a small dog? Chihuahua’s are perfect! At seven years old, Barney is ready to meet his forever family. He’s a sensitive guy who loves cuddles and a nice, quiet home.