We’re mixin’ it up here at SarasotaDog.com. Not only do we have your adoptable dogs of the week but this week we’re introducing 3 pups that are desperately looking for a home to call their own.
First we met the pretty Princess. She just had her crown jewels removed just hours prior. Her poor body was shaking from the anesthesia wearing off but that didn’t stop her from posing for the camera with all her adorable attributes. This little gal is just 4 months old and currently weighs 15 pounds. As you can see from her pics, she is a red/white Pit mix.
We instantly fell in love with her and her cute, colorful nose. Within seconds of lying down, she was stretching out her little legs as far as her body would let her. She was a very sweet girl and was much obliged as I started scratching her belly. She even gave me a couple kisses and would have stayed there all day if we had let her.
Next up was Bandit. This handsome boy was a feisty little fella. He didn’t want any part of laying down because being out his kennel is too exciting for that. But a few treats later, we caught this quick shot of him.
Bandit came to Sarasota County Animal Services back in March. This cute boy is a black and white Pointer mix. He is 3 years old and weighs about 45 pounds. He is neutered, house trained and up-to-date on all of his shots. One thing you notice about Bandit right away is his little nubbin for a tail. We couldn’t help ourselves but to include a little snapshot!
Bow WOW! Isn’t it adorable? We’re told he gets along great with other dogs, as he used to be in a household with 2 other pooches. Unfortunately, his previous owner had to give him up as his landlord only allowed 2 pets per unit.
And last but certainly not least is miss June bug. June is a brown and white brindle Pit Bull Terrier mix.
This darling girl is 2 years old and has been spayed. She has been a resident at the shelter since mid-April. June was a warm girl with a big smile on her face. Her eyes were very intense, as well. We’re told that June is usually a shy girl at first but as we found out very quickly, she is a super sweet darling.
Considering her age, she was a calm and quiet girl. We’re told she gets along with other dogs just fine. She does know some basic obedience commands including sit and she also walks very well on a leash, as she loves going for long walks.
Do you think Princess, Bandit or June sound like the perfect addition to your home? For more information on any of the adoptable dogs residing at Sarasota County Animal Services, please feel free to contact them by calling 941-861-9500 or hop on down to their facility at 8451 Bee Ridge Road by Rothenbach Park.
Princess, Bandit and June’s stories are all brought to you by Ace Pet Resort, a resort for vacationing dogs and cats to and from the Sarasota area!