Emerald City Pet Rescue

LOGOFounded by Vivian Goldbloom in 2013, Emerald City Pet Rescue exists to rescue abused, neglected and homeless animals. We pull predominantly from high-kill shelters around the country and place them into loving forever homes. Sometimes these animals come from abroad and sometimes from right around the corner. Emerald City Pet Rescue is run by dedicated staff and volunteers who give their time and resources to house, train, rehabilitate, transport and care for these animals.

Photo by Dirtie Dog Photography

Breed: German Shepherd
Age/Gender/Size: 3 Months/Neutered Male/40 Lbs. (likely medium-large when fully grown)
Likes: Chewing, chewing
Dislikes: Not chewing
Special Considerations: Blind; would benefit from a size-appropriate playful dog in the home. Fenced yard ideal due to blindness. Lissencephaly; causes occasional seizures. 2x yearly checkups with veterinarian to monitor condition, no medications required at this time.
Notes: Staff favorite! Great with humans and playful, tolerant dogs!

Hello, world! My name is Cypress. Here’s the deal. You’re a big world. I’m a small pup. And it’s hard enough growing up, but try to imagine how much harder it can be when you can’t see where you’re going! Even being born blind doesn’t slow me down a bit – I romp, rumble, and tumble with the best of them. I love to play and chew and tug and wiggle, which is probably why the people here can’t get enough of me. Too bad there are dogs who DO get enough of me, even though I love making friends – but I’ve made a few furry pals here who can keep up with my puppy energy and also help correct me when I’m being a little naughty! I may be short on sight but I’m not lacking in cuteness, curiosity, or cuddles – and we know those things just get better with age. And the good news is it’s actually pretty easy raising a blind boy like me (and the humans here have tips on how to help you with that). So you’re a little unsure if you’re up to the challenge? I’m a little unsure about where I left my Nylabone! But something tells me we’ll make a great team and that we can get through this adventure together… and so many, many more!

Please call 206-557-4661 for more information on Cypress!


6 thoughts on “Emerald City Pet Rescue

  1. Hi, Vivian. Hope you’re good.

    Do you have room for a female spayed white boxer 3ish? She is in a bad situation?

    You helped me ask with Hercules, he ended up getting adopted by the vet tech and never made it to Seattle. Thank you so much


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