Gidget is a small Boxer and only weighs about 35-40 lbs. She is sweet and petite and as cute as she can be. Gidget is 5 years old. She is UTD on vacs, rabies, and worming, and will be spayed July 3rd. She is fine with cats, other dogs, and she has even met a horse!
Our little Gidget has shown no food or toy issues, loves attention, and loves her foster mom’s husband, too. Gidget enjoys playing outside and exploring the yard. Her foster mom says she would make a great jogging partner. Gidget was introduced her foster mom’s daughter's male pit mix, Mack. She grumbled at him at first and after introducing the dogs slowly and letting them get to know one another, they were soon running and playing together. She also had fun playing tug with a stuffed toy with Mack and watched Mack swim in the pond but did not join him! Only got her toes wet. :-)
She’s friendly to other people, too - in fact, she met 2 workmen cutting a tree down in her foster mom’s yard and greeted them with a happy wiggly butt, and enjoyed their petting and attention.
Please consider adopting this adorable little girl into your heart and home!
You alone are the mill dogs' voice!
We are running out of time! Click here for a form you can easily and quickly fill out and email to your state assembly member and senator in Albany to help pass the Puppy Mill bill in New York State. New York's legislative session wraps up at the end of June and these bills are on the floor now so time is of the essence. Your voice may be the one that gets this important legislation passed.
Please help pass the puppy mill bill in New York State by making a quick call or email to your Senator and Assembly person! Just say, "I want you to support bill A.740/S.3753 that would repeal state oversight on pet stores and give it to our communities".
Shouldn't local governments be able to regulate New York breeders and pet stores if they choose? Guess what... they can't!
State law prohibits local regulation, even though it is the local shelters and taxpayers that support these operators through seizures, sheltering and other costs.
We're the only state in the US that expressly prohibits local governments from getting a handle on this industry. If you think this is as ridiculous as we do, please call your state legislators and register your support for A.740/S.3753 to repeal this inane law.
New York State is the only state in the U.S. that expressly prohibits local town and county governments from regulating this industry beyond the state’s ineffective pet dealer law. We can change this if we work together.
Have you thought about what might be your pet’s worst fear? Well, because most pets are pack animals, one of a pet's greatest fears is being separated or lost from his or her pack. If you have ever experienced your pet missing, you know the sense of fear and worry that it causes; you also know the overwhelming joy you and your pet experience when you are reunited.
There are many benefits in microchipping for pets.