City Dogs Rescue Ramps Up Adoption Efforts

by September 26, 2012 at 5:00 pm 2,309 0

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Adopt a pair: Daisy and Buttercup meet community members at this year’s 17th Street Festival. (Photo courtesy of City Dogs Rescue)

From Rachel Nania. Check out her blog, Sear, Simmer & Stir. Follow Nania on Twitter @rnania, email her at rachel[AT]

City Dogs Rescue, a local organization that rescues adoptable dogs from high-kill and overcrowded shelters, is constantly looking for foster and permanent homes for its rescued pups.

Currently, the organization is looking for a home for two rat terriers, Daisy and Buttercup. And unlike most adoptable dogs, Daisy and Buttercup are a package deal. According to Darren Binder, a director at City Dogs Rescue, Daisy (9-years old) and Buttercup (5 years old) have bonded since their rescue, and so City Dogs is looking for someone willing to adopt them both.

Binder describes the two dogs as being sweet, calm girls that are very low maintenance. City Dogs is currently treating both dogs for Heartworm, but predicts that the pooches will be better very soon and will be ready to find a new home.

For more information on adopting Daisy and Buttercup, or for more information on adopting other rescue dogs from City Dogs Rescue, visit the organization’s website.

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