My name is Floyd. I am around January 08, and have already been looking for a new home since October 08.
I am a beautiful American Bulldog and have the goofiest look. You see, I have a tongue that is way too long for my mouth, so I keep half of it hanging out on the side, most of the time. It gives me the most adorable look ever! However, no worries, it is a ‘defect’ and not a medical condition. This does not affect my breathing and does not require surgery.
I could be great with kids with time, but right now I am not very gentleas I am strong andbulky.I am not so good with other dogs, I need to be introduced one on one by someone with experience, as I can be ‘picky’ about who I like or not. I do not do good with cats at all, even though I ignore them on the street.
I do have a bit of a ‘mop’ obsession, maybe I was teased/hit with one as a youngster, I really don’t remember where this ‘attack the mop’ mode comes from. I’ve been working on it with my foster homes, but it still needs lots of work.
I am definitely a great dog, but need a very experienced owner when it comes to large,’bully’ types of breeds, as I tend to become ‘top dog’ very quickly. Once I am trained to act properly, I will be the best dog ever. I am extremely friendly, affectionate, attentive, and cuddly.
My name is Stevie the Wonder Dog, and I am a beautiful pitbull mix who was adopted as a puppy and unfortunately am looking for a new home again as my family moved to England and decided not to take me. I was born blind, but have managed to get around very well all this time. You would never know I’m blind except for the fact I look up at the sky when you speak to me.
Of course, you must be ready for the possibility that I may have complications in a few years that could require surgery. Right now the doctors don’t see any problems, but who knows what the future holds for me? I want someone who will not give up on me if I end up costing a little more money than a regular dog….. Please consider that before meeting me, as I will melt your heart.
I have been named Chance by Sophie as it was chance that made me find the porch of a person who called Sophie’s Dog Adoption rather than send me to the local pound.
I am a victim of the ‘dump your dog in the country’ society. I was dumped near St-Hyacinthe in the middle of nowhere, and found my way to the porch of a wonderful man who was taking his dog for a midnight walk. Upon his return, he saw me; filthy, emaciated, thirsty, exhausted and hungry. He took me in, gave me water, a warm bed and a good meal and decided to look for a way to find me a good home.
So chance had it that I found him, who in turned found Sophie!! Now the chance will be to the one who adopts me as I am truly a wonderful, goofy, sweet boy who just wants to be fed, loved and cuddled!