Wag of the Week
Last updated 11/16/2021 at 4:38pm
Hi folks. Though this little guy is not straight out of Snow White, his name is nonetheless Happy. (That said, DON'T, whatever you do, ask me about my best-selling sci-fi knock-off, "Snow White and the Seven Worfs!") (with possible spin off as Woofs). Anyway, we need to find this adorable fella a new home, because his person is moving to an assisted living environment, and, sadly, she cannot take him. At only about 15 pounds, he is a Shitzu/Poodle mix who is also a senior, at 9-10 years old. Happy's pretty set in his ways, but that doesn't mean they're challenging ways. For instance, he likes cats, and also has used a doggy door his whole life – thus, he never has accidents in the house. Adopting an older dog takes a special person, because these babies are near their span, though these little ones can live, with proper care, to 16 or more. Too, some are on medications, though Happy is not. As you probably know, puppies are generally popular, but older dogs sometimes are not placed easily. So, who wants to be a hero to a senior citizen? (Move over, Citizen Kane; enter Citizen Can-ine...)
AARF rescue has other dogs and puppies available, in addition to our features. We hold adoption fairs at Petsmart on Powers Saturdays 11-2: 2965 N New Center Pt., Colorado Springs, CO 80922.
For more information, call Julie at 375-1200, or Cathy at 761-5320. You can also write [email protected] Facebook: AARF Colorado; website: aarfcolorado.com
Our organization has many needs at this time: no contribution is too small: Are you able to help in any of these areas? My boss and dog-champ extraordinaire, Cathy Davies Blake, has passed these needs along:
Computer help – seeking computer-savvy person or persons for the following: flyers/handouts, cool and eye-catching graphics, creative marketing/posting in different venues on the computer (I will still do our website and Facebook)
Grant-writing - the upshot: if you can donate any amount of time/skill in any area, please contact us. No window of time is too small or insignificant. Thanks so much!