Never seen such a sad dog. I think it is worse every day. He hates being at 12 Hills. His Mama had to bring him back because he kept jumping the fence.
Obi likes to be the one dog in the family. He would do great on a farm or with a privacy fence.
Most of all the would do best if he had a loving family that would play with him and love him forever.
Update on Obi!!! After thinking it over, we decided Obi needed a new start–so, we changed his name back to what he was called as a puppy–Duke. You know, it seems to have made him a little happier and he seems to have a special look about him these days. His pet name of course is “Dukie”, and he comes to us when we call him that. Maybe this is a good sign.
Posing for the camera
When finding a small dog wandering the streets of our community, the first reaction is. . . where is it’s owner? Here at 12 Hills Dog Rescue, we have found that 90% of the time, that dog wandering has been abandoned.
We always go through the scenario of placing the description for the public to see, but in the end, the abandoned one ends up on our adoption list. Our latest is a little fuzzy small female. She is snow white, and so we call her Snowball. She comes running to her name, so we are thinking that was her name before she was abandoned.
She is a sweet little lady, and will be up for adoption soon, if her owners do not step up and give us a call. Look for her picture in a few days.
Just Had Her Bath