DCAWS Featured Dog: Maddie

Video Featuring Dog: Maddie

Say Hello to Maddie, she is the “longest active resident” at the DCAWS shelter. She has been doing GREAT at the last two adoption events she has attended. She has been getting some good looks, but still no one has stepped up for her. Please read her bio in the video, perhaps YOU are the one that can SAVE her and give her the chance of home life. PLEASE everyone continue to share her across social media so she can remove her tag as the “longest active resident”. Thank You!
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Video & Comments made by volunteer Joe R

DCAWS Featured Dog: Ethel

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Ethel is a SWEET Senior Dog! Still looking For her “Saving Angel” to rescue her from a life time living at the shelter. Although Ethel is by no means young, she still has a zest for life. Due to an incident in Saint Louis at Petsmart during an adoption event, Ethel is no longer able to attend adoption events and along with her age it is going to be difficult to adopt her out. She can still be requested to come to Saint Louis for a “meet and greet” but it can not be at an adoption event.Ethel does NOT deserve to live her final years at the shelter, even thou she is greatly loved and cared for by DCAWS staff and volunteers, she would greatly appreciate someone to allow her to experience home life for her final years. Perhaps a retired couple looking for a furry companion to be part of their lives would consider this SWEET senior dog. PLEASE everyone share her across social media, lets help this SWEET girl!
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Video & Comments made by volunteer Joe R

DCAWS Featured Dog: PupPup

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PupPup is a Playful Silly girl with a lots of energy. PupPup just really likes to have a FUN time. The best ideal home would be if she is the ONLY dog. Currently she is in a kennel by herself because she does not do well with other dogs. However, with the proper and skilled training there is a chance she would adjust to other dogs. She definitely DESERVES to be looked at just on her silly playful nature alone.
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Video & Comments made by volunteer Joe R

DCAWS Featured Dog: JAKE

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Video Featuring Dog: Jake

Jake would prefer a “meet and greet” at our shelter away from his kennel mates or away from an adoption event as he is more comfortable with less chaos and noise that occurs during an adoption event. You must UNDERSTAND Jake and know his weaknesses in order to keep him comfortable. Jake does well in the more open environment of his kennel run at our shelter, BUT he does not like the small environment of a crate. He also enjoys his “vision of space” directly in front of him, he prefers that you do not get directly up in his face. Once you UNDERSTAND Jake and see the sweetness in this boy, he is definitely WORTH the effort!
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Video & Comments made by volunteer Joe R

DCAWS Featured Dog: Rugby (Such A Sweet & Loving Boy)

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Video Featuring Dog: Rugby (Sweet & Loving Boy)
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Video & Comments made by volunteer Joe R