Pug and his amazing flying tongue.
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Her lovely mask makes her face so very expressive. As soon as we hit the grassy area, this JRT rolled onto her back and flopped around like a fish all the while with a big goofy grin.
Claire is listed as a German Shepherd mix though her long, fine muzzle reminds me of a Greyhound.
From the new owners of Coby, now Charles:
O'Malley (luv the name) is a well behaved brown Labrador Retriever who has all the personality traits of an ideal city Lab. I think he'd be a great candidate for a canine good citizen certificate and then he could go on to be a therapy dog or help find the cure for malaria or be an astronaut or get elected prime minister of Canada or whatever it is dogs of his calibre do.
Toronto Animal Services South has been getting in some pretty awesome Labrador Retrievers recently and now they've got three more who are the awesomest.
Brock is a pretty chill Jack Russell Terrier until he sees another dog and then he yowls like a banshee. It's operatic. To what purpose? I'm not sure and I didn't get a chance to find out yet.
Pako, a rough coated Collie, has got crazy face on whenever he poses for the camera. I wouldn't say he's crazy, though, more like very exuberant about making friends with everything that moves.
There's no denying the attraction of the perfect black Labrador Retriever pup. This pretty girl barely made it into Toronto Animal Services South before she was adopted.
The Toronto Animal Services South Adopt-a-Thon at Dufferin Grove this past weekend was a huge success. I don't have the exact numbers but dozens of animals including hamsters, gerbils, cats and dogs found new homes.
Keva was adopted as was Keaton though Keaton is still with me for a day or two until his tummy gets sorted out (had a bit of the runs the last couple of days). I'll miss seeing him every day but I think Smitten might miss him more once she realizes he's gone. I'm very happy with his new family, though, especially since they're in the neighbourhood.
This little girl below, a Chug?, a Pughuahua? was also grabbed up. She's a precocious little whippersnapper who obviously charmed someone to bits. When I was walking her, we passed Rocky, a very big Doberman Pinscher, and without hesitation she stood up on her hind legs and started giving him kisses on his face. He returned the favour and she came away happy and with a very drenched head.
Thanks to everyone who put on the event and congrats to all the wonderful new pet owners.
update (11-06-16) Kilo has been found.
(message from Toronto Humane Society)