Adult, Female, Small
Remi is a sweet girl who was adopted from BHS when she was two months old. She was with a litter of seven and her mother was a Boston Terrier. The owner had a Beagle who they say was the father. It is hard to really see these breeds in her since she has long legs and is very slim. She was a happy pup and went to puppy classes at High Hopes. It seems as she got older, she did not get along with the now three year old child. We feel she would do well in a home without the excitement and high energy of small children. She does startle easily and is easily frightened by loud noises. We feel she needs a home with less stimulation. She was also living with two other dogs. She walks well on the leash but does pull when she sees squirrel or deer she would like to chase. Remi will sit nicely for a treat and knows the command "down". She is learning to sit before she is allowed through the door. She had free access to a doggie door and fenced in yard in her previous home. In foster care she does not have the same and is more structured. She is walked three twenty minute walks a day and is crated at night. I brought her to a fenced in area to run and she always responded to her name and came to me. She probably would not if a squirrel was around but she does want to please. Remi is 28 lbs and could stand a few more lbs on her. We do not know if she does not put on weight due to her being a little nervous right now or if the other two dogs chased her from food since they were left a abundant amount of food to free feed. Remi has been dewormed, microchipped, tested for heartworm and is on preventive, spayed and has received the Distemper-Parvo combination vaccine, Kennel Cough vaccine and Rabies vaccine. For more information, please call the Bedford Humane Society at 540-586-6100, or go to www.bhsva.org/adoptions-home.htm to fill out an adoption application.
Baby, Female, Medium
Let me introduce a puppy name Molly. Bedford Humane Society helped a resident out that had found a puppy that no one had reported missing. This person wanted to keep Molly but already had 4 pups of her own. Molly is very petite in size, weighing only 16 lbs. She has tiny features therefore will probably stay on the small-medium size. She walks on a leash pretty well for a four month old. She loves attention and gives lots of kisses. She appears to have some kind of small breed Terrier in her. She looks like a mini Labrador. She will probably be 25 lbs as an adult. Molly is in a foster home where she is being trained to a crate and potty outside. Molly has been dewormed, micro-chipped, and has received the Distemper-Parvo combination vaccine, Kennel Cough vaccine and flea/tick preventative and spayed. For more information, please call the Bedford Humane Society at 540-586-6100, or go to www.bhsva.org/adoptions-home.htm to fill out an adoption application. Bedford Humane Society is a foster-based rescue, therefore animals can be met by appointment only.
Young, Female, Medium
Let me introduce a pup named Nala. Bedford Humane Society pulled her from the county pound where she was surrendered by no fault of her own. Nala cannot talk so we really do not know why she had been taken out of the only life she has known for 10 months. Nala has the colors of a Shiba Inu and body style of a Whippet and acts very much like a miniature Labrador, therefore we are not real sure what to call her breed. Nala was living with another dog in her past and has been taken to adoption events now where she seems to do fine with other dogs. She has met all kinds of people and seems fine except does not like going to the vet. Nala is now living in an outside nice kennel with a concrete floor and solid roof and does go out in the yard for potty breaks. She knows a few commands and is willing to learn more. She loves to give hugs and kisses and want to sit in your lap. She is young and full of energy therefore she will need an active family that is ready to do some power walks. Nala has been spayed, dewormed, microchipped, tested for heartworm and is on preventive, and has received the Distemper-Parvo combination vaccine, Kennel Cough vaccine and Rabies vaccine. If you can give Nala a foster home inside or are interesting in meeting her to make her a family member, please call the Bedford Humane Society at 540-586-6100, or go to www.bhsva.org/adoptions-home.htm to fill out an adoption application. Bedford Humane Society is a foster based rescue therefore animals can be met by appointment only.
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