Life of SW Michigan "Building lifelong friendships, 4 paws at a time”
PO Box 251 Paw Paw, Michigan 49079 269-488-PAWS (7297)
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Dogs For Adoption
Please enjoy your visit with our Canine friends! They need good homes and loving owners!
We have others awaiting a clean bill of health before being offered up
for adoption, so please check back often!
Say HI to Rosie
Rosie appears to be a mix of perhaps a Border Collie and Lab. She has silky
shiny black hair with a white chest streak and a white throat with black spots,
and white speckles on her nose. She weighs about 72 pounds. Her age we were
told was 4 years. Rosie is excellent with children and other dogs. She shows
no signs of aggression, but woofs at strangers when she first meets them, and
quickly warms up. She is a very loving dog, and likes to be with people. She
will follow you around, just to be with you. She is house broken. She hasn’t
been crate trained but will go into one. This is a very nice dog.
Tag ID# 1807
Adoption Fee: $250.00
is a 1 year old Schnauzer/Yorkie mix and she weighs 12.5 lbs. This poor girl was
abandoned and ended up hit by a car. A kind soul brought her to a vet’s office
where she was treated for her injuries but being a stray, they had to send her
to the shelter. Adopt a Friend for Life pulled her from there and gave her a
safe and warm place to heal and recover from her ordeal. Lucy is spayed and up
to date on vaccinations. She is heartworm negative and on monthly treatment.
Lucy has some lingering infections due to some neglect in her past and we are
working on clearing them up. She was groomed down to her skin to remove matted
hair and it revealed some severe dermatitis. She is receiving medication for her
skin issues. Lucy is a playful, affectionate, loving little lap dog and all she
wants in the whole world is to be with her people. She does suffer from some
separation anxiety due to having been abandoned once before. We are working with
her on those issues. Lucy will not be ready for adoption for several weeks due
to ongoing medications that she needs to completely recover. Once she gets a
clean bill of health from the vet, she will be available for adoption. Lucy
would do well in any family, she loves children and gets along well with other
dogs. If you want to “Love Lucy”, then please inquire about her.