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Bunny Goes to Heaven

Secondhand Mutts is proud to save dogs of all ages, sizes, breeds. There’s just a little something extra about saving a senior dog. Any dog we can save we are proud to have helped but there’s something about seniors…we don’t know where they’ve come from or what kind of life they’ve had but we want to be sure their final days/years are the best ones possible.

In walks volunteer Dave Derby about 5 or so years ago. Chaperoned for us, walked dogs…a sweet, patient, kind man. One day, Leah who had beloved Secondhand Mutt Bunny, who was about 9 years old at the time in her office (and had fostered her at home) took the plunge and asked Dave if he’d be interested in fostering (he already knew/liked Bunny) and he did. A few weeks after that we posed the question of whether or not he’d like to adopt. Because their “nap schedules were the same” (and he loved her madly!) Dave became Bunny’s new family: that was just over four years ago.

Dave took Bunny through therapy dog training where she became certified through Therapy Dogs International (TDI) and soon after he started a life of semi-retirement. Dave outfitted a van and traveled around the country: working remotely and keeping us all up to date and where he and Bunny were and man did they get around! Bunny had a life: a great life! She loved her adventures, her downtime in the van and riding shotgun with Dave no matter where the road took them.

We’ve stayed in touch with Dave and were lucky to tag along through his photographs on their many adventures. Here are just a few of our favorites:

We were sad to hear that Bunny passed away suddenly late last week. Below is Dave’s Facebook post and a whole bunch of photos of Bunny out on Adventure. Love and peace to our Bunny and our friend Dave.

From Dave:

“Bunny goes to heaven. She passed last night after getting Stomach Dilatation. (twisted stomach/bloat). She was my best friend for four years. My travel buddy. My ambassador. My therapist. My alarm. My protector. My napping buddy. My keep-my-pillow-warm-while-I’m-gone dog. We traveled everywhere together, making new human and dog friends along the way. As a therapy dog, she shared her love (magic) with hospice patients, school children, college kids and anyone she ran into that just needed a little bit of kindness.

Thank you Leah at Secondhand Mutts for bringing us together. Matchmakers you are.

PS: Bunny was donated to research/science so she will continue to help people and dogs alike.

Peace my girl.”

Thank you Dave for giving Bunny the best life a dog could know.

Respect the dog.

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Shooter

ADOPTED! February 20, 2017

Arrival Date: 1/22/18
Breed: Large Breed Mutt
Gender: Male
Age: 1 year
Weight: 70#
Personality:  Happy Go Lucky, Confident
Fully Vaccinated: Yes
Microchipped: Yes
Spayed/Neutered: Will be prior to adoption
In foster Home: Yes
Dog Social: Yes
Crate Trained: Yes
House Trained: Yes
Kid-Friendly: Yes
Cat-Friendly: Unknown
Origin: Owner Surrender
Adoption Fee: $200

Shooter is a one year old mutt. He is probably mixed with a lot of breeds of dogs and our best guess is that he has some Great Dane or Mastiff in there, some Catahoula Leopard and who knows or cares what else! It’s personality that matters and Shooter is a great dog. He and his brother (who we are getting information on to also take in) were surrendered to a shelter in Central Ohio with the owner sighting they could no longer care for the dogs. He is up to date on shots and will be neutered prior to his adoption. Shooter has moved to a foster home and is currently living with two female dogs smaller than he is. Shooter is around 75# and could use a little more pounds around his mid section.

FOSTER HOME REPORT:

Shooter is a happy go lucky dog.  He loves to cuddle and play with the toys we have (hedgehog//stuffed veggies).  He sits before every meal and loves to take treats after sitting as well.  He is house trained, no accidents as of yet.  He is very smart and has great potential to be an amazing dog.  He has been great with my two lab mixes playing every chance he gets. Shooter has loved playing in the backyard in the snow with my two dogs. He gets on the leash really well and doesn’t pull much at all.  Even when he starts to pull he responds to correction very quickly. We do have him in a crate while we are not at the house, but he does great with it. 


If you are interested in adopting one of our dogs please fill out an online adoption application. We do review our applications to match our dogs with those who have gone through our application processing and are waiting to be matched to a dog. We always give priority to our dogs and match them with the best home for their needs and never adopt first come, first serve.

 

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Felix

ADOPTED! February 13, 2018

Arrival Date: 1/22/18
Breed: Labrador Retriever Mix
Gender: Male
Age: 6 months
Weight: 40#
Personality: Happy-Go-Lucky
Fully Vaccinated: Yes
Microchipped: Yes
Spayed/Neutered: Will be prior to adoption
In foster Home: Yes
Dog Social: Yes
Crate Trained: Yes
House Trained: Yes
Kid-Friendly: Yes
Cat-Friendly: Unknown
Origin: Owner Surrender
Adoption Fee: $200

Felix is a six month old male Labrador Retriever mix. He was surrendered by his owners shortly after they got him sighting they felt they could no longer give him what he needed. He’s young, very adoptable and would love to find a family who will give him all that he deserves. Felix is up to date on shots and scheduled to be neutered prior to his adoption. He has moved into a foster home and is currently getting the structure and guidance a young dog needs. He is currently being crate trained and living with two adults and two teenagers. He is continuing to get socialization at The Mutt Hutt with his new found friends.

If you are interested in adopting Felix please fill out an online adoption application. We do review our applications to match our dogs with those who have gone through our application processing and are waiting to be matched to a dog. We always give priority to our dogs and match them with the best home for their needs and never adopt first come, first serve.

FOSTER HOME REPORT:

Report coming soon!

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Polka Dot

ADOPTED! February 6, 2018

Arrival Date: 1/22/18
Breed: Labrador/Pointer
Gender: Female
Age: 6 months
Weight: 40#
Personality: Happy-Go-Lucky, Highly Trainable
Fully Vaccinated: Yes
Microchipped: Yes
Spayed/Neutered: Will be prior to adoption
In foster Home: Yes
Dog Social: Yes
Crate Trained: Yes
House Trained: Yes
Kid-Friendly: Yes
Cat-Friendly: Unknown
Origin: Fayette County Animal Shelter
Adoption Fee: $200

Polka Dot is a six month old female Labrador/Pointer mix. This breed will make for an excellent family pet. She is active like any puppy her age and will require continued structure and guidance her foster provider family is providing her with. Polka loves other dogs and humans alike and would do great in a home where she can get activity and a playmate would be an added bonus but not a necessity for this lovely gal. Polka is up to date on her vaccines, microchipped and scheduled to be spayed.

If you are interested in adopting Polka please fill out an online adoption application. We do review our applications to match our dogs with those who have gone through our application processing and are waiting to be matched to a dog. We always give priority to our dogs and match them with the best home for their needs and never adopt first come, first serve.

FOSTER HOME REPORT:

Polka Dot is doing great in our home with our two large female dogs.  She has a lovely and sweet personality.

She has an active mind and likes to have something to do, and something to chew on.  We give her plenty of options for toys / chewing and have not noticed any destructive behavior.   She has certainly settled in at our house and actively seeks out affection, she definitely has some lap dog in her.

She does have that typical puppy high energy – she needs exercise and loves other dogs.  She does not “need” another dog in the home, but she certainly enjoys playing with other dogs.

She picks up on commands very quickly, and she wants to please you.  She is food motivated and very very smart.  She has the potential to learn a lot, and she would do well in a home that gives her mental stimulation.

She is crate trained and she is learning potty training (she doesn’t know how to “tell” you yet).  She knows several commands.  She is well behaved and takes good direction towards people or dogs.  She loves to eat (very quickly), so we actively try to slow down how much she eats and to make her work for it.  She knows how to counter surf, and we are actively working on that behavior.

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Bruno

ADOPTED! January 29, 2018

Arrival Date: 1/17/18
Breed: Doberman Pinscher
Gender: Male
Age: 10 months
Weight: 70# and growing
Personality: Happy-Go-Lucky
Fully Vaccinated: Yes
Microchipped: Yes
Spayed/Neutered: Yes
In foster Home: Yes
Dog Social: Yes
Crate Trained: Yes
House Trained: Yes
Kid-Friendly: Unknown at this time
Cat-Friendly: Unknown at this time
Origin: Found/Surrendered
Adoption Fee: $250

Bruno is a 10 month old black and rust Doberman Pinscher. His ears and his tail are cropped (but his ears flop). Bruno was found tied to a mailbox by a Good Samaritan in Amherst. He was taken to a veterinary clinic and a microchip was located and his owners were contacted. They did not want to pick  him up so Bruno went home with the person who found him. Not prepared to keep a young dog (Doberman energy is a lot for anyone who has not owned the breed) he was networked through the local animal control agency who in turn networked him to a group of local rescue groups to take him in. We agreed to take him and thanks to Love-A-Stray Dog Division his neuter and initial veterinary needs were covered.

Bruno is a very happy-go-lucky fellow. He has a lot of energy and will need an owner who can match his need for exercise and someone who is willing to start working on his basic obedience right away. Anthony, a Certified Dog Trainer at The Mutt Hutt, is offering three lessons to his adopters and will start his obedience while he is in our care. We are actively seeking a foster home for Bruno so that we can learn more about his home behaviors (he does like to counter surf we found out quickly). This breed is known for working and to set a Doberman up for success in any home we strongly suggest a structured plan and keeping Bruno’s mind as active as his body.

If you would like to meet Bruno please fill out an application and we will contact you to set up an appointment. For this breed we typically have applications on file and will network Dobermans to folks that have applied and are anxiously awaiting to be matched with one of our dogs.

FOSTER HOME REPORT:

Coming Soon!
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Captain

ADOPTED! January 27, 2018

Arrival Date: 12/29/17
Breed: Pekegineese
Gender: Male
Age: 5 months
Weight: 10#
Personality: Confident
Fully Vaccinated: Yes
Microchipped: Yes
Spayed/Neutered: Yes
In foster Home: Yes
Dog Social: Yes
Crate Trained: Yes
House Trained: Yes
Kid-Friendly: Older Please
Cat-Friendly: Unknown
Origin: Owner Surrender
Adoption Fee: $250

Captain we believe was an early holiday gift gone wrong — his owner strolled into a local veterinary clinic the day after Christmas and asked to surrender the puppy. No questions asked other than an explanation of not having time for a puppy he was accepted and transferred into our care. We moved him into a short term foster home (thank you Dina and family) where we knew he would do well and get the structure and socialization any young dog needs. Captain is 5 months old.

Captain is a pure bred Pekingese and we strongly suggest anyone interested in Captain read up on this breed. They are small, they are cute and they are demanding and not ideal for a home with young children. Captain has done well in a home with older kids but proven to be exactly what this breed is all about so we will not approve him for placement in a home with children under 10 years of age. Captain spent about two weeks with his foster family and has since been transferred to a second foster home where his handler has the time and ability to keep structure and focus in his life until he is placed.

We are seeking an adopter who clearly understands this breed or has past experience with them. Someone with strong leadership qualities as well as the ability to socialize him with other dogs and humans more than your average dog. Pekingese do require grooming and a typical annual budget for grooming this breed can run from $200 and up depending on your upkeep at home and grooming salon you choice.

Captain will be making his first in-store appearance this Saturday at PetValu in Brecksville from 12-3 PM. We are accepting applications and screening before setting up in person meetings as we anticipate a lot of interest. Please be patient with our response time. 

FOSTER HOME REPORT :

He got along with the girls and initiated play. Hazel gets a little bossy sometimes and I give them a time out.  He generally does not like this and gets snippy.  I lightly hold the scruff of his neck where a mom would and he calms down.  If he does not I put him on his back to get him to settle.  He does not get released until he does. 

Things we will be working on….
He gets a little snippy and voices is displeasure of a correction and being told no.  Getting better with consistency 
Monday 1-15-18 morning I was petting him while he was chewing on one of the girls bones and he growled at me. I gave a no with a tap on his side to break his focus. I worked with him for about 2 min and by the end I could take the bone and give back with out growling or jumping .  There is progress. 

He slept great through the night and has been ok with potty time out side. 
He peed once in the house and poo’d in Zoey’s crate after going outside.  For the most part I have been on top of him and he has done well being with potty time. 

He is very hungry all the time.  He is doing ok with verbal command no and come.  He is on a leash in my back yard with me because he can get between or under the fence in my backyard.

12/29/17 to 1/12/18: Captain is a little guy with a BIG personality. He has a lot of energy and prefers to be a part of the action. He is very curious and loves exploring things, like each and every crumb he finds on the kitchen floor. He likes his crate and will go in it on his own when his bed is inside and a blanket is partially covering the crate. He will DEMAND your attention with barking and whining. Ignoring him will reduce these types of displays.

Captain is not house trained. He had a few accidents in my home, some occurring shortly after he was given a potty break. He goes to the bathroom just fine outside (even in the cold). He has also gone on pee pads but will chew the pee pads if he gets bored, so I stuck with outside potty breaks.

He loves playing fetch or “chase the toy”. This tires him out and is needed to meet his exercise needs. I sat on the floor and dragged a toy around me in a circle as he chased it (letting him catch it at times).

Captain has a very feisty side to him. He will growl if he doesn’t like something. For example, if he doesn’t feel like being picked up you might receive that type of reaction. The first day he was with us he growled a lot but this I feel was mostly due to fear. Once we earned his trust (after 24hrs), He calmed down quite a bit.
I grew up with chihuahuas and he has similar traits of that breed.

If he’s tired enough, he will snuggle with you. Otherwise there is way too much to explore.

Captain gets along great with my 90 pound mastiff mix. Captain has no idea that he is only 2 or 3 pounds. He is fearless and plays with my dog like they are the same size. Captain is always very excited to see my dog and wants to be right back his side.

Captain slept in his crate at night with a blanket covering all but the front of the crate. He cried on and off for the first hour each night that we put him to bed. After that he was quiet and good until the morning. We were up with him between 7 and 8 AM each morning and there were no accidents in his crate overnight. We did however pick his water up at 7 PM.

My daughter and I really enjoyed fostering Captain and wish him the very best in search for his forever home.

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Cooper

ADOPTED! January 29, 2018

Arrival Date: 1/3/18
Breed: Shih Tzu
Gender: Male
Age: 5 years
Weight:
Personality: Shy
Fully Vaccinated: Yes
Microchipped: Yes
Spayed/Neutered: Yes
In foster Home: Yes
Dog Social: Yes
Crate Trained: Not Necessary
House Trained: Yes
Kid-Friendly: Older Please
Cat-Friendly: Unknown
Origin: Owner Surrender
Adoption Fee: $250

Cooper is a 5 year old male Shih Tzu. He was left by his owners outside and neglected. The neighbors took him in after it was determined he was no longer wanted. They held onto him and tried to find him a home and then realized he may have better luck with a rescue. Cooper is neutered and he is now up to date on shots. He has moved into a foster home and is currently living with a few other dogs. He is a bit shy at first and will need some time to warm up.

We will post additional information soon.

FOSTER HOME REPORT:

Coming Soon!
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Broken Hearts for a Broken Puppy

This first week of 2018 has been a real roaster coaster ride for us at Secondhand Mutts and it all started with a surprise puppy born just after the ball dropped.

While we were all surprised by Lucky’s arrival what we did know was that we had taken in Dakota, Lady and Nico who were surrendered together by the same owner from a shelter in Tuscarawas county on December 13, 2017. Lady’s earlier offspring, Nico, was six months old and given their time together at the dog shelter before arriving to us and neither being spayed or neutered, we knew Nico had to be the dad to Lucky. This inbreeding is very likely the reason there was only one puppy to begin with.

Inbreeding happens when individuals who are closely related produce offspring together. Inbreeding is bad. Genes carry the code or instructions for every aspect of how a dog will look and function. And aspects of the dog’s personality too. As with everything in this world, sometimes genes get broken or don’t work. Or are faulty and work in the wrong way. This is when things can start to go wrong.

Things were ok with Lady (mom) and Lucky (puppy) for just a couple days. Foster Provider Alysse reported to us first thing Thursday morning that Lady had started moving the puppy around a lot (unusual), was not allowing him to feed unless she (Alysse) intervened and said Lady was getting very rough with Lucky and had actually managed to make him bleed just a little bit that morning. After a quick consult with our partners at Gateway Animal Clinic we determined we had to remove Lady from her puppy. Gateway advised Lady just might be “over it” – having back to back puppies and due to the signs she was exhibiting it would be best to have Lucky bottle fed and to give Lady a break away from him.  

This past Thursday Lady returned to The Mutt Hutt where she was able to start decompressing from the puppy and Alysse made her way to the store to pick-up all the items listed off from Gateway to start bottle feeding. Thankfully Alysse was successfully able to bottle feed Lucky and one of her own dogs, Lyla was helping to mother him a little, cleaning him, loving on him a little. It seemed like things were moving right along. Given the success of the bottle feeding and Lady not seeming to mind not being with her puppy we moved to set-up her trial  adoption that had been approved before she had given birth to Lucky. Lady and Nico (don’t worry – he’s neutered and she will be as soon as possible!) excitedly left with their hopeful adopter Sheryl Saturday morning.

In Rocky River puppy Lucky’s very attentive mom had a problem when she woke up Saturday morning. She texted Leah early and sent along a picture of a very distended puppy belly. Leah immediately referred her to our partners at Gateway and thankfully Emily was available to take her call and have her rush Lucky into the clinic.

It wasn’t good news.

The medical staff at Gateway x-ray’d Lucky because there was no reason they could determine why he was so bloated all of a sudden.The x-rays showed a bit of a mess and a mystery inside, they weren’t sure what was happening but it wasn’t good and it didn’t seem likely he was going to survive. Lucky was full of fluids and his insides weren’t all where they were supposed to be. Lucky had unlucky genetics due to having been an inbred puppy.

The news was devastating. Emily worked hard to console Alysse and speak with Secondhand Mutts founder and director Becca and the heart-wrenching decision that Lucky needed to be humanely euthanized was made. His future, if he even survived was beyond bleak and would offer him no quality of life. Lucky was given a few hours (he was not in any distress) of monitoring at Gateway but when his breathing became labored vet tech Emily (who also happens to be a Secondhand Mutt board member) and Dr Nikki knew it was time and Lucky took his last breath while in the arms of Emily. The euthanasia was gentle and peaceful and he was surrounded by love.

Lady likely knew earlier on what we learned today, that Lucky was sick, broken. Mother dogs, when left to their own devices reject unhealthy puppies sometimes hurting or even killing them. Lady knew poor Lucky was not well and we’re certain this is why she was so anxious and out of sorts with him.

Puppies can have and make puppies at a very early age, spay/neuter is so very important. By spaying or neutering pets this helps control the pet homelessness crisis, which results in millions of healthy dogs and cats being euthanized in the United States each year simply because there aren’t enough homes to go around.

This is so shocking and heartbreaking for all of us here and especially for Alysse and Eric who went through so much and rode an emotional roller coaster over the past week. We are so grateful to their dedication to helping save dogs, their attentive care and their always appropriate interventions and calls to us. Alysse and Eric respected our dogs every step of the way and told us today “We were truly lucky to know and love him.”

We at Secondhand Mutts are truly lucky to have such amazing people to work with.  

Respect the dog.

 

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Jack Frost

ADOPTED! January 10, 2018

Arrival Date: 12/31/2017
Breed: Yorkshire Terrier
Gender: Male
Age: 3 years (estimate)
Weight: 12#
Personality: Confident
Fully Vaccinated: Yes
Microchipped: Yes
Spayed/Neutered: Will be prior to adoption
In foster Home: Not yet
Dog Social: Yes…bossy (still has his balls!)
Crate Trained: Unknown
House Trained: Unknown
Kid-Friendly: Unknown
Cat-Friendly: Unknown
Origin: Stray Abandoned
Adoption Fee: $250

Jack Frost was seen ejected from a moving vehicle on New Years Eve in the early evening. The car did not stop and the person who recovered him from the streets was unable to get the license plate. Luckily, she was able to get Jack and save him from this frosty weather we’ve been having here in Cleveland. Jack was reported to the local animal agency authorities as well as to several social media outlets to try and locate his owner in the event the person in the vehicle was not his owner. His 3-day hold time is up and now he is looking for a foster home until we can place him in a forever home.

Jack is a feisty, confident male Yorkshire Terrier. He has a lot of pep in his step and a lot of love to give. Jack is up to date on shots and he will be neutered prior to his adoption. He has met a few dogs and does well with them but can be a little demanding due to his testosterone levels (he’s not neutered). With some guidance, praise, command work and a solid owner we are sure Jack will make someone very happy.

If you are interested in adopting Jack Frost please fill out our adoption application online.

FOSTER HOME REPORT:

Coming Soon!
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Shaggy

ADOPTED! January 10, 2018

Arrival Date: 12/13/17
Breed: Bischon Frise / Poodle Mix
Gender: Male
Age: 9 years
Weight: 10#
Personality: Happy-Go-Lucky,  Confident
Fully Vaccinated: Yes
Microchipped: Yes
Spayed/Neutered: Will be prior to adoption
In foster Home: Yes
Dog Social: Yes
Crate Trained: Yes, working on it
House Trained: Yes
Kid-Friendly: Yes
Cat-Friendly: Unknown
Origin: Cleveland Animal Control
Adoption Fee: $200

Despite Shaggy’s neglect and discomfort when we first met him he arrived a happy go lucky and grateful dog once out of the city kennel environment. He had been picked up as a stray and assumed his owner did not want him because he had a rabies tag and was not returned home. Given his condition it’s for the best he stayed put and we were able to release him from the kennel’s care. First up a trip to The Mutt Hutt Grooming Salon for a spa treatment (and shave down) and what a huge difference it was. Big thanks to Amanda and Bre for donating their time to care for one more dog in our organization. As you can see from the before, during and after’s he’s in much better shape now. And of course he’s got a nice warm sweater to help keep him warm on these cold winter days and nights.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Shaggy quickly moved into a trial adoption home with an applicant that has been waiting for a match for her other dog she adopted from us a few years ago. She took him to the vet for his heath check and vaccinations and anticipates making a decision about keeping him or holding him until we find someone to adopt him. She has asked that we post his picture and bio as to not pass up on an opportunity that could be a better home if hers is not. Therefore we are currently accepting applications and will be setting up meet y and greets for applicants interested in adopting Shaggy.

Shaggy is estimated to be around 9 years old. He is pretty active and loves being around people. He has the best little personality and will steal the show if given the opportunity to perform. He is up to date on shots and neutered.

 

FOSTER HOME REPORT:

He is totally house trained – had only 1 accident first morning I had him and that was my fault for taking a shower before I let him out.  He is a lovable sweet guy who wants to be right by me all the time.  He likes to snuggle really close and that may also be because he doesn’t have much hair these days.  Before he was shaved, he loved going outside and wanted to walk all the time.  Now that he is a little colder, he still likes to get bundled up in his coat and go, but wants in earlier.  Once he grows back some fur he will be up for long walks I am sure.  He can jump up on couches and beds and is fine going up the stairs.  I crated him the first few days and he was fine with that, but then I stopped and he doesn’t want to go in the crate, but would be easy to restart him… but really there is no need.  No chewing, no accidents and gets along fine with Chance.  There has been zero aggression.  He has no interest in Chance’s chewy’s because of his teeth so that’s not an issue either.  I have been adding wet foot and some water so it is easier for him to chew but he definitely needs dental care.  He’s pretty mellow. 
He would do well as an only dog I think, not because of any inappropriate behavior towards my dog, but because he wants ALL the loving!!!  He is a perfect dog really.  He takes treats gently and has a very very sweet soul.  Shaggy is an all around mellow, loving dog.
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Our Adoptables Are
  • Socialized in a cage-free dog daycare environment
  • Dog-Friendly
  • Cat Tested (upon request)
  • Fostered in real homes
  • Spayed or Neutered
  • Temperament tested
  • Veterinary Health Checked
  • Fully Vaccinated
  • Distemper Vaccinated
  • Rabies Vaccinated
  • Bordetella Vaccinated
  • Heartworm Tested
  • Microchipped
  • Flea Preventative
  • Heartworm Preventative
  • Groomed prior to adoption

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Meet-Our-Mutts in Chagrin

2/24/2018

Saturday, February 24, 2018 Chagrin Pet & Garden Supply 188 Solon Road Chagrin Falls, OH 44022 12:00 to 4:00 pm Join us for an afternoon of pet pampering at Chagrin Pet & Garden Supply. Our volunteers will be chaperoning five lucky dogs to spend the afternoon with the customers and associates of Chagrin Pet  

Dewey’s Pizza School

2/25/2018

Sunday, February 25, 2018 Take a class behind the glass PIZZA SCHOOL Come learn to toss and top your own pizza and gain ultimate pizza knowledge from our highly trained experts.  Space is limited, reserve your spot today. Seating available every half hour starting at 11 am. 11 am to 2 pm $25 per person […]

Meet-Our-Mutts in Rocky River

3/3/18

March 3, 2018 19565 Detroit Road Rocky River, OH 44116 12:00-3:00 pm Join us for an afternoon of pet pampering at Pet People. Our volunteers will be chaperoning three lucky dogs to spend the afternoon with the customers and associates of Pet People.

 

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