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ECPR’s sweet bonded pair, adoptable pups Lark and Jigglypuff, had their TV debut last weekend! They were featured on Q13 Fox in conjunction with Pet Connection Magazine and Pawsitive Alliance.
They say, “There have been many love affairs throughout history – Antony and Cleopatra, Napoleon and Josephine, Peanut Butter and Jelly… and now the greatest of them all, Lark and Jigglypuff! That’s US! We are bonded in every way and love doing everything together, from eating to sleeping to romping to sleeping to cuddling to sleeping some more. We are both terribly shy at first, but with a patient approach and an available lap, you will watch us bloom into world-champion snugglers who love to share the love (with you)! We are quite quiet and sweet, and would love a mellow home to compliment our equally mellow energy, but small dogs our size are more than welcome (as long as they don’t hog all the treats, blankets, or affection). Let’s make this love one for the history books!”
Check out Lark and Jigglypuff ON THE NEWS, and if you think they might be the perfect addition to your family, give us a call at 206 557 4661
We want to give a HUGE shout-out and THANK YOU to a group of amazing ladies at State Farm Insurance not only for their wonderful donations of toys, treats, bedding, and more for our adoptable pets, but also for joining us on our monthly outreach visit to senior center Hilltop House, bringing a delicious Whole Foods lunch for all of us, as well as the seniors we visit, to enjoy, and making such a fun event where we all made kits out of the donations for all of the dogs!
Emerald City Pet Rescue is honored and grateful that State Farm chose us for such an amazing donation drive, we all had a fabulous time. There is no better way to head into the Holiday season than being a part of an awesome group-effort to help our rescue pets.
Thank you State Farm, and thank you to the seniors at Hilltop House for participating in this awesome giving-back event and helping each rescue pet get a sack of presents for the holidays!
Capone is a special dog that has been with Emerald City Pet Rescue for over a year. This four-year-old Cavalier King Charles mix was found as a stray in California, and once his owners were finally found, they said they didn’t want him anymore. We rescued him from the shelter and brought him to Seattle so he could find a forever home.
Once Capone warms up to people he is a cuddle-bug and a goofball, but he has had difficulty finding a forever home because he is reactive when first meeting someone before that trust and bond is built. (We don’t blame him, being abandoned in his past and all!)
We are strictly no-kill here at ECPR and we will keep a pet as long as it takes for them to find a forever home, no matter what.
Along came someone who had sadly lost their companion a few months back, and was hoping to honor her beloved pet by giving a dog like Capone a home. Capone, now named Jackson, went to her house just yesterday, and it brings tears of joy to our eyes that she has already begun documenting their journey together as she works with compassion and kindness to build a strong bond and a sense of trust with a dog who has a difficult past.
We are thrilled for any and all ECPR dogs, cats, and critters who find their forever homes through Emerald City Pet Rescue, but sometimes there is that special dog, and that special person, who when they come together spark pure magic.
Join Jackson on his journey with new mom on Facebook: Action Jackson the Cavalier King. Our motto rings true, Love Can Save Lives!
Thelma is a 4-and-a-half-year-old shepherd mix. She is medium-sized, around 30 pounds. ECPR rescued her with the help of SOIdogs all the way from Thailand! She grew up on the streets there and she was rescued from the meat trade.
Thelma has been in foster for a handful of months, but her fosters are moving out of state so she will be returning to our facility shortly.
We couldn’t be happier with all of the WONDERFUL things Thelma’s fosters have to say about how well she’d adjusted to living in a house! She has a healthy level of independence, she’s not barky, she doesn’t have bathroom accidents in the house, she doesn’t chew on inappropriate things, and she LOVES outdoor adventures like hiking and jogging! How wonderful to hear that she will make such an excellent pet – and we are SO excited to help her find that forever home! We could go on and on about how great she is, but her fosters gush about her better than we can! Check out what they have to say about Thelma HERE!
For more information on adopting this dog described several times by her fosters as “perfect,” give us a call at 206 557 4661!