THANK YOU for helping us find homes for the dogs and cats living in the shelter at the Oregon Humane Society!! If the "CLICK HERE" link for more information does not work, that means the dog or cat has been adopted. But there are plenty more dogs and cats that need a home! Check them out at www.oregonhumane.org.
What A Handsome Boy!!
by Mitch's Mutts,posted Sep 30 2011 5:50PM
I am Rex, king of all treats and snuggles! I love my people more than anything; food is a close second. I know to go potty outside, and I walk well on leash. I am a gentle kind of guy, happy to rest my head on your lap or lie by your feet. I want to be near someone all the time, so if you spend much time away from home, I might not be the best match for you. I've lived with cats and we got along just fine, but I think I'd prefer to be the only dog in the home. I would be pleased as punch to go home with someone who has older kids who know to be gentle with and respectful of me! If you like the idea of a constant companion and exercise buddy, I need to shed a few pounds, so come have a chat with me and see if we're a match! A training consultation is included in my adoption.
The adoption fee includes spay/neuter, microchip ID, collar and OHS I.D. tag, initial vaccines, one month pet insurance, courtesy veterinarian exam, and plenty of post adoption support!
We've seen SEVERAL of these types of videos pop up -- in the past cupla years --
but THIS GUY KEEPS IT REAL!
Which is why this is instantly my FAVORITE video reminding us...
DON'T LEAVE KIDS (or PETS) IN HOT CARS!!
Is 31 too old to get a new tattoo? I think that's ridiculous, but the majority of people in a new survey say it's the cutoff point. Here's a list of the other "cutoff ages" for stuff everyone does:
Getting a new tattoo - 31