Candy Roo - Jean, NV (5/5/20 still avail)
Meet Candy Roo! She is an 12 yr old, 55 lb, spayed female grandma Pittie.
Sweet, easy going 12 year old Candy Roo is a wonderful and loving dog who has lived in the shelter since 2014. That is no place to spend your golden years!! She is so ready and deserving of a forever family. She has slowed down from arthritis but is still up for short little walks to keep her old joints moving. Candy Roo is a sweet old girl who likes to play a little with squeaky toys, take naps, loves bath time, being brushed, and hanging out with her peeps in a calm quiet household . Candy loves her kiddie pool and will sometimes fall asleep in it with her head on the side! She's like a loveable hippo!
A home with another older mellow male dog would be ok (but she'd be happy to be by her self) and older children are okay as well, they just need to be gentle with her because she's a grandma. We don’t know how she would do with cats. She is currently on joint supplements. Beautiful Candy Roo has been in a shelter environment for so long and it is really taking its toll on her. It would be the greatest day ever if we could find her a loving family.
From the looks of her belly, she was used for breeding. She now has mammary tumors as well as arthritis. Mammary tumors are generally cancerous and prone to metastasis but there are no current signs of metastasis and she has been very stable.
Contact Stacie at Lone Woof Rescue (702) 496-7885 for more information.
Jack - Jean, NV (5/10/20)
Meet Jack! He is a 12 yr old, 80 lb neutered male Pittie.
Gentleman Jack's Hobbies: Netflix and chill, getting belly rubs, playing with toys, a lover of everyone he meets.
Favorite Food: A Kong stuffed full of cookies and peanut butter.
About Jack: He loves squeaky toys and cookies. His activities include playing tug and belly rubs. He is super easy going and just wants a family or a person to hang out with for his remaining months. Jack has been through a lot but never lost his love and trust in humans. Aside from some arthritis that he takes a joint supplement for, Jack is still active and happy to play ball or go for short walks. Oh and it wouldn't hurt him to lose a few pounds.
He is best as an only dog with all the attention. We also recommend a home with only kids over 12 yrs.
Our Foster Forever Program means we pay for Jack's food, supplies and Vet care, you provide the love. Adopting or fostering Jack means giving him the love and comfort he craves and deserves for the rest of his days. An application and home check are required. Particularly for fostering, Jack would need to stay relatively local to his rescue.
For all information about Jack, please contact: Stacie Hummel of Lone Woof Rescue : (702) 496-7885.