This is pretty ridiculously cute. Jameson is one of 6 Australian cattle dog/Great Pyrenees puppies and they are amazingly sweet puppies. We don’t think they’ll be massive as cattle dogs are not large, but we think 70 pounds would probably be a good guess as adults. These are up for adoption now! Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Alice is a survivor of the April tornadoes that devastated the South. As you can see, she has some health problems that need care. At six months old, this little lab/aussie mix is an honorary big fluffy and we would like to see her get healthy and into a forever home of her own. Alice has a severe case of demodectic mange and she needs a lot of care. Standard treatment failed to cure this so we are on to the more expensive and aggressive treatments. If you would like to sponsor Alice, you can donate here: http://www.bigfluffydogs.com/pay-online.php. We will post updates as she gets better. Thank you!
UPDATE: Fred found his forever home.
Fred has a fan club at the Williamson County Animal Shelter in Franklin, Tennessee. This dog is not in rescue and he is on borrowed time. They are trying to save his life and this is what they have to say about him:
Fred is one of our very favorite dogs at the shelter. He is a handsome and friendly Labrador Retriever mix and is seven years old. His black coat is dappled with a gray pattern and is very unique. Fred is so good natured. He is an enthusiastic companion on daily walks and loves playtime in the shelter yard. Fred will sit and shake hands and is housebroken. He also loves to stretch out by your side on the grass for quiet time. Fred especially enjoys splashing around in the pool on hot summer days. His good-natured personality is so endearing, and he is truly a free spirit. He is great with people of all ages and would love a home with an active family where he can have daily exercise. He would be best as the only dog in his new home.
Last weekend, I was at the shelter and heard a dog barking for attention in his kennel. It was Fred and he wanted to go out for a walk and companionship. I had an appointment, but knew one of the other volunteers would take him out. On the way home, I decided to change my plans and go back and see Fred. He was sitting in the back of his kennel, paws crossed, waiting patiently. We went out for a walk, quality cuddle time and playtime. I love this dog! Unfortunately, Fred is frequently overlooked in favor of younger, smaller dogs. We are hoping to find a rescue for our much-loved Freddy. He is neutered, heartworm negative, wormed, microchipped and current on all vaccinations.
Please save Fred by crossposting on his behalf and contacting me at email@example.com if you can help.
Obviously, Fred needs rescue. This dog is perfect in every way, he’s completely vetted down to the microchip and he deserves a home all his own. Transport can be worked out for anyone along the I-81 corridor up to New England. Spread the word to save Fred.
Meet Yukon. This guy is a husky mix and he needs a home all his own. He came to us from another rescue (small dogs only) and he is a wonderful dog. He is an only dog and does not do well with other dogs or cats, but he is fantastic with kids and people of all ages. He is very well-mannered and just an awesome dog. He is not overly large at 65 pounds. This is a great dog. If you are interested in adopting him, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
This little guy is the namesake of one of our long time Robin, this one’s for you and thanks for all you do. Everyone else, he’s available in 3 weeks.
Meet the trio of the terribly cute puppies known collectively as the “E Puppies” . They will wag their tails, beg for petting, lick your face, nibble on your toes and fall over asleep mid-stride. These are puppies of unknown ancestry (lab border collies would be a good guess) and they are unbelievably adorable. They’ll be looking to go home in a few weeks.
Meet Will. This sweet dog was tied to a tree and left to fend for himself in Delaware. With Hurricane Irene beginning to pound the area with wind and rain, Will was rescued in the nick of time and he came in to rescue a wet, muddy and grateful dog. Will had a number of issues that the vet had to deal with, and although they were merciful, this guy has racked up a $500 bill right out of the gate. Will needs sponsors to help cover his vet expenses so our Delmarva wing can get back to their usual tasks of rescuing puppies in need. If you would like to donate to help sponsor Will, you can do so here: http://www.bigfluffydogs.com/pay-online.php. Will will be ready to go home in a few weeks for those who might be interested.
Quincy was alleged to be a Bernese Mountain Dog mix puppy. Not so much. Quincy is a 1-year-old beagle/border collie who is active, friendly and inquisitive. He has apparently picked up the hobby of cat chasing somewhere and he needs to be in a cat-free home or in a home with a cat who does not mind being pounced on by inquisitive puppies. Quincy weighs in just shy of 30 pounds and he is as big as he will be. This is a smart, happy dog who needs a New England foster or forever home. If you are interested, email Donna@bigfluffydogs.com.
Everyone knows that dogs in the South bark with a Southern accent. BFDR is opening a branch just for our very Southern friends. There are lots of dogs in Georgia in need.
If you would like to foster a dog in need in Georgia, please email email@example.com. She would love to here from you.