I hope you can handle this one. Introducing the greatest forehead wrinkles of all time! This is Lady. Her nickname is Wrinks for obvious reasons. She has a bro named Blue. He’s also wrinkly and super adorable but Lady’s wrinkles are insane. Insanely awesome. I suggest you go to ACAS (Alachua County Animal Services) first thing Tuesday morning, when they are next open, to see these two pup’s wrinkles in person.
Zeus on Flickr.
It’s Saturday!! AKA Shelter Saturday! Time to see all those adorable 4 legged friends that are looking forward to some time out of their kennels.
This is little Zeus. He was a chewystickaholic and he was adopted last month. I hear there are quite a few puppies right now.
dulley on Flickr.
dulley on Flickr.
Dulley! You know you want to adopt this cute wrinkly forehead dog!
This cute little dog is Dina. She’s adoptable at the shelter right now. Dina is scared in the shelter. She cowered when I extended my hand above her head to pet her. When you do pet her, she trembles a lot. She’s quickly learning that her volunteer visitors are nice and not scary. Today she almost fell asleep on a volunteer’s lap. Hopefully next week when I see her she’ll be a little less scared. I’m not sure what kind of life she had prior to the shelter, but I suspect she was on her own as a stray for a while. Most of her paw pads have little sores on them.
This is cooper. He’s sad in his kennel. He cries and sounds like a seal. :( We had him out in the yard for quite some time earlier in the day. Cooper is a great dog. He’s overweight, but very spunky and loves to fetch and play with toys. For some reason he was turned in by his owners to the shelter. I’m hoping Big Coop gets a home soon. I’ll post a picture of him out of his kennel, enjoying himself in the yard. There you’ll see his real personality. You don’t always see a dogs true personality through the kennel gate. They are stressed in the shelter environment. Getting them out their kennels is a big stress reliever.