Did you know that dog adoption in the US is at an all-time low? That’s right. According to Shelter Animals Count, the annual number of pups taken in for adoption has been on the decline.
This Valentine’s Day, why not spend the most romantic time of the year giving love to those that really need it? We know some furry friends that would be paws-itively thrilled about it. Plus, we promise finding a new home for your new best friend will be way more rewarding than trying to get a seat at a packed restaurant.
Curious about who your new pet might be? Here are some of the thousands of pups that are ready for their forever homes in Seattle.
Jasper is a 10-week-old male Terrier Heeler mix who is ready for his forever home. He’s expected to grow to approximately 40 or 50+ pounds and was born at the Animal Control Services of San Antonio. He’s available for adoption at Dog Gone Seattle.
A sibling of Jasper, Carlisle is also a 10-week-old Terrier Heeler mix expected to average around 40/50+ lbs as an adult. He is well socialized with humans, kids, other dogs, and cats. He’s available for adoption at Dog Gone Seattle.
Lola is a goofy 10-month-old pit bull terrier/Boston terrier mix. She has a playful and active personality and loves all kinds of toys. She knows how to play fetch both with a human, and herself, and is always ready for pets and treats. Lola is adoptable through the Kitsap Humane Society.
Mr. Bean is the tiniest little thing around. At just six-months-old, he’s already got some bold eyebrows and cheeky eyes. He’s soft, gentle, friendly, and ready to be adopted. Mr. Bean is available to be adopted through Dog Gone Seattle.
Bosa is the perfect companion to those with loads of time and patience. He needs to continue socializing but is on his way to being the best puppy in the world. Bosa is adoptable through the Greenhill Humane Society.
Peach is an American Staffordshire Terrier crossed with a Labrador Retriever. Although she’s the runt of the litter, this 14-week-old female still has tons of love to give to humans, dogs, kids, and cats. Peach is available for adoption through Dog Gone Seattle.
Honey Bear is a one-year-old female with a beautiful brown coat. She’s extremely energetic and would love a large yard. She’s still working on understanding the game of fetch but is eager to learn. Honey Bear can be adopted through the Kitsap Humane Society.