Wednesday, September 7, 2011

Adorable "Junkyard" Dogs Need Homes

When we received this photo and story for the Pitties in Frog Pose Calendar, we knew we had to help get the word out about these adorable puppies and their sweet Mama found in a Junk Yard car in Ohio.  You're gonna fall in love!

Mastering the frog pose at 4 weeks old!

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!

That guy is such a crackup!


Won't you be my new family???

How about ME???

Don't forget ME!

Okay, now that we've lured you in with adorable puppy pics, here's their incredible story brought to you by Elite K911 in Ohio who rescued Mom Sienna and her sweet pups.  Contact info for Elite K911 is included if you are interested in adopting, fostering or helping these pups in any way. 

And - a super bonus - a training package is included with the adoption of these pups so they, and their new family, get off to the best possible start!  It doesn't get much better than that!

Beautiful Sienna & her five perfect four-week-old pups were found in a junk yard forgotten car.  She was cowering in the dirty backseat of a rotten old car in a torn down junkyard. This sweet momma & her brave little pups stared up into the flashlight as she was trying to nurse her 5 four-week-old pups. Elite K911 came to the rescue on a tip that they were at deaths door.


Elite K911 is looking for fur-ever (and foster) homes or Sienna & her pups and any donations we can raise for their shots and meds.


Once they are old enough, the Pups can be separated as Sienna is still nursing them. They are now on their way to health and stability thanks to the staff at Elite K911's training center. 

If you, or your Pittie-loving friends, are interested in adopting Sienna or one (or more) of her pups, contact Deni at Elite K911 for information @ 440-666-0749, North Ridgeville, Ohio.  Keep up with the Junkyard Pups here at Elite K911.

And please help pass the word!


Thanks!

The Road Dogs


















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12 comments:

Two Pitties in the City said...

What a sad story. We need to send you Levi in frog pose--he is a master!

Tessa the Maltese said...

A sad start to life but with those adorable faces they are sure to get Fur Ever homes!

woos, Tessa

Oskar said...

That is one adorable group of puppies!

Nubbin wiggles,
Oskar

Benny and Lily said...

Wish we could take every buddy home
Benny & Lily

Amber DaWeenie said...

Thank goodness for K911. Those pups are adorable and I bet their Momma is too. They look very healthy. Their little lives didn't start out too well, but now they will live long and happy lives in a new 4-ever home. Thank you for telling us about them.

Sarge said...

Hey Road Dogs!
Wow, what a sad start to the story, but looks like a happy ending is on its way. Someone will definitely scoop up those cuties and make a wonderful pack. I love your calendar idea and can't wait to see the final version.
Grr and Woof,
Sarge, COP

Maggie Mae said...

What cutie patooties dey all are!
Mom and me is so happy dat all of dems are safe now.

Woofs and Licks,
Maggie Mae

Frankie Furter said...

I am embarrassed to say I am from Ohio.
Poor puppies and Momma. I wish I could take them all in.

Unfortunate Ohio has a BAD Reputation fur All TYPES of Animal abuse and neglect. SIGH

Pup Fan said...

Too much cuteness.

Roo said...

They are just adorable. Hurray for Elite K911 for saving them! Sending them happy furever home vibes! :)

Waggin at ya,
Roo

Schnauzer Days said...

We hope those adorable pups find furever homes SOON! The little pupster rolling on his back is just too cute for words, our Mom says she likes to blow raspberries on pupsters bellies :-) Dex and Lou xxx

Shane Kent Louis said...

Wow, they are so really look great and have an awesome post! thumbs up for your photos!


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