DCAWS Featured Dog: Prince

Say Hello to DCAWS’ SILLY and PLAYFUL shelter boy Prince. Prince’s mange has been slow to heal but there is improvement. Prince will heal, would do so more quickly if we were able to get out in the sun more, etc. He isn’t contagious at this point. Prince is a MUST-SEE shelter boy. Prince loves to play and every time he sees a person or another dog he runs and gets a toy and starts shaking it, hoping to find some play time. Prince is a TRUE DELIGHT to be around and when you see him in action all you can do is SMILE and LAUGH at him. Truly one of DCAWS’ favorite shelter dog! He can be requested to come to Saint Louis for a visit. Please do more than just “like” this post, Please “SHARE” him so he can find his “forever home” away from the shelter! Thank You ALL

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THANK YOU 🙂
Video & Comments made by volunteer Joe R

DCAWS Featured Dog: Mariah

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ATTENTION ALL outdoor enthusiasts! DCAWS has a hiking/walking/running companion for you. Mariah is a BEAUTIFUL Female Treeing Walker Coonhound, with lots of puppy still in her with a high energy level. She is another DCAWS shelter dog that would do BEST as the only pet in the household. She had a opportunity in the past to live with her sister, but she wanted the SOLE attention towards herself from her sister’ owners. Since then, she has been living at the shelter. Mariah needs a patient owner who is willing to give her proper training and care to help her develop into her adult years. Mariah loves to have fun outdoors, but does need some leash training and to be more gentle taking treats from your hand. Mariah just needs someone to give her a chance, can you be her “saving angel”? Mariah is another “risk” dog that will probably not see a St. Louis adoption event. So we need our DCAWS followers to help us SHARE her across social media.
FacebookPLEASE do more than just watching this video. PLEASE share this video on your FACEBOOK page by clicking on the ‘Facebook button’ to the left. Help us to social network our animals so they may find their “forever home”.
THANK YOU 🙂
Video & Comments made by volunteer Joe R