|From Amy at Terra Toby: Bus: "Right here?"|
Ricky: "A little lower…to the left…ahhh right there!"
|From Talent Hounds: "This seat's taken!"|
The good news, Ricky got adopted! Yah, Ricky! He went home with his new furever family a few months ago.
The bad news is.... Gus is still at Helen Woodward.
Whoever ends up adopting him will get a great dog, and also a fabulous footstool.
Now, I don't want you to think I just put my feet up on the dogs when I'm tired, cuz I don't! But Gus likes to walk under my legs once in a while - I think it's his oh-so-subtle way of telling me to pay more attention to him. But he's TALL so he can't walk under them without lifting them up.
He can be a bit anxious with new people, which is why he's been there so long (over a year). But he's a real sweetie when you get to know him. You can learn more about Gus, and watch a cute video of him working on his training and agility here.
There's a woman who's come by a couple of times to see Gus - and she even brought her own dog once to meet him and they did well together. Fingers crossed that she'll come back for him!
Please send pawsitive vibes for Gus to be adopted soon!
Happy Wordless Wednesday! Thanks to BlogPaws for hosting!
We sure hope Gus gets adopted REAL fast.ReplyDelete
It's so sad when only one gets a home. Hopefully Gus will get one soon.ReplyDelete
Now it is Gus' turn and our paws are crossed that a loving forever home will be there waiting soon. Have a terrific Tuesday.ReplyDelete
Best wishes Molly
I hope he gets adopted, what a handsome guy.ReplyDelete
I hope he finds his furever home soon! He seems precious!ReplyDelete
Gus is absolutely gorgeous, paws crossed from us that he finds his home soon. I think it's great how the shelter have the video of him showing off how great he so people can get to know him a bit. Such a lovely guy.ReplyDelete
Hoping that Gus finds his forever home soon. Keeping my paws crossed! Good news about Ricky! :)ReplyDelete
Oh, I hope that lady and her dog adopt him. It sounds perfect, and he deserves a home!ReplyDelete
--Wags (and purrs) from Life with Dogs and Cats
Oh, poor Gus. I have my paws crossed that the nice lady with the other dog decided to give him a forever home!ReplyDelete
Oh Gus I hope you get adopted soon, thank you for volunteering.ReplyDelete
Gus I hope you get a forever home soon! I am stopping by for the first time on the blog hop, come over and say hi!ReplyDelete
Gus looks like a wonderful family dog. Will share his story. Keeping my fingers crossed that he finds his forever family.ReplyDelete
Will certainly keep fingers and paws crossed for Gus.ReplyDelete
Thinking good thoughts for you, Gus! There is a home for every doggie!ReplyDelete
Sending good vibes and love to Gus.ReplyDelete
This is why I could not volunteer where you do -- he would have been home playing "footstool" in our den by now.ReplyDelete
Sending all the vibes!ReplyDelete
Hope it works out for Gus!ReplyDelete
Good luck guysReplyDelete
I'm so happy for Ricky, but sad that Gus hasn't found his home yet. He sounds like a big sweetie and his personality sounds like Luke's. People need to know that shy dogs can be the most loving once they have warmed up to you!ReplyDelete
Jan, Wag 'n Woof Pets
hello pooch smooches its dennis the vizsla dog hay trixie and i ar both sending formerly-homeless-dog tail wags that gus goes to his forever home soon!!! it wil happen gus and wen it duz i hope yoo git play dayts with yore frend ricky!!! ok byeReplyDelete
I hope some warm and loving person will come along and understand Gus and take him home!ReplyDelete
Shelter dogs are wonderful dogs!
I hate to see dogs in shelters period, but when it's for extended times, it just breaks my heart. I wish I could help them all.ReplyDelete