25 Adoptable Dogs & Cats Who Are Ready to Shower You With Unconditional Love

Have you been considering adopting a new furry pal? With dog-friendly coffee shops, bakeries, bars and parks, Cincinnati is a great place…

By CityBeat Staff

Tuesday
    Age: 5 Years / Breed: Papillon Mix / Sex: Female / Rescue: Little Hills of Kentucky Animal Rescue Inc.
    "Tuesday is a 5 year old Papillion mix. She weighs 14 lbs. 7 oz. Tuesday does have some medical issues, but those don’t hold her back from enjoying life to its fullest, and she has a ton of life left in her. She loves to play with other dogs, and adores cuddle time. She rewards her foster Mom with tons of kisses everyday. She loves to play outside, but prefers to be inside more and on a lap. She is crate trained, and goes potty outside and on her potty pads inside. Tuesday’s favorite things are: chicken kabobs, squeaky toys, her people, and her fur friends. Tuesday would do best in a home where someone is home most of the time to show her all that love she needs to thrive. Tuesday will run lifting her back right leg due to what our specialist says is either an old injury or a congenital condition. Our specialist felt it was in Tuesday’s best interest to leave her leg as is, and continue her on her pain regimen (Tramadol and Carprophen) and joint supplements. Tuesday also has a cataract in her right eye, our specialist does not recommend surgery for it and feels her eyesight is great in her other eye. She requires a fenced yard."
    Photo: Little Hills of Kentucky Animal Rescue Inc
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25 Adoptable Furry Friends Who Think You Look Great in Sweatpants

Have you been considering adopting a new furry pal? With dog-friendly coffee shops, bakeries, bars and parks, Cincinnati is a great place…

By CityBeat Staff

Bobby
    Age: 2 Years / Breed: Australian Cattle Dog/Blue Heeler / Sex: Male / Rescue: Louie’s Legacy Animal Rescue
    ”Introducing Bobby. He is a 2 year old Blue Heeler mix who weighs around 40 lbs. Bobby loves car rides, zoomies in the backyard and snuggle time. Bobby knows commands such as sit, stay and is potty trained. This sweet boy is great on a leash and loves to go for neighborhood walks. He does good in a crate but doesn’t willingly go in, a little treat bribing always works! Bobby loves to play with his two foster sisters, 15 pound schnauzer mix and 110 pound Newfoundland. Due to his herding breed he can be nippy during play, be he is easily redirected. He would probably prosper best in a home with older kids. Bobby has been diagnosed with chronic Lyme disease. This means as he ages the signs and symptoms of lyme may show up and need treatment, but may never have signs or symptoms.”
    Photo: Louie’s Legacy Animal Rescue
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