Friday, January 16, 2009
"Will I Go Home Today?" is a new series that profiles very special adoptable animals who are looking for their families. This painting is by Nancy Daleo, it is 7x5, Acrylic, and comes with a matte and acid-free foam core.
100% of the proceeds from the sale of this painting will benefit Noah's Bark.
“Colorado” was turned into the East Valley shelter on Dec. 11th after he had been attacked by another dog. His head had swollen badly. He needed immediate surgery to remove the eye and relieve the swelling. For the first 2 weeks after his surgery he was a very “sick” little pup. We had to wake him to feed him, and he needed to sleep round the clock. But on Christmas eve, he took a turn for the better. He “woke up” and starting acting like a normal puppy. Colorado is a Chihuahua/ possible “Mini Pin” mix. He is about 2 months old and weighs in at a whopping 4 pounds. He is a very sweet happy playful little guy and gets along with bigger dogs and all people. He just wants to be with you and to be loved. He is a super fast runner, he will need a yard with very tight fencing because he can squeeze under almost anything! He is being crate trained and is on his way to being house broken. He is adapting very well to having one eye. He should lead a happy normal life.
Our adoptions are restricted to residences of the Los Angeles, CA area. We do not ship animals nor do we do any type of long distance adoptions. See Our Adoption Policies for more details on our adoption policies at www.noahsbark.org
Our Adoption Fairs are held at the PETCO located at 24413 Crenshaw Boulevard, Torrance CA... Sat 12:00p.m. to 3:00 p.m.
You can make a donation to Noah's Bark through paypal, its safe, secure and easy. All donations are tax deductible and 100% of your donation goes directly towards the care of animals in need. Visit www.noahsbark.org or CLICK HERE to go the Petfinder for available animals.