Snowdrop is ready for her close-up, Mister Dog-mille!
Snowdrop is a 10-year-old chihuahua that has been with us here at ECPR for over a year! She is a staff-favorite with her adorable little antics, her big personality, and the way she loves to burrow in blankets.
Snowdrop hopes to find a home in the Seattle area soon! Snowdrop does fine with other mellow dog friends, but she would like to kindly request a home without cats. Other than that, all she asks for is lots of naps, some short walks, and Netflix marathons! (Or Hulu marathons, she’s not picky!) She would do great in an apartment or as an office-dog lounging in a bed by your desk.
Do you have room in your heart and home for this little sweetie-pie? Let us know!
*Special thanks to Pawsitive Alliance, Pet Connection Magazine and Q13Fox for debuting this wonderful #WhyNotMePets gal to the public! View Snowdrop on the news HERE!
We want to send out a HUGE Thank You to an amazing foster-mommy of ours, Emily, who arranged an awesome fundraising event for us!
CYCLEBAR did a Charity Ride last Sunday, March 18, with all proceeds going to ECPR!
A few staff members and some of our adoptable dogs were able to attend this event as well.
Pictured, with the tiny body and HUGE ears, is little Snowdrop, Emily’s current foster pet! She’s a 10-year-old chihuahua with a big personality!
Donning the cone-of-shame is Mr. Taz, a 7-month-old pup who can’t wait to learn and grow with a forever family of his own. A staff-favorite for sure!
Last, but certainly not least, we have Stunning London, a 10-year-old pug! Calm, cuddly lovebug! She can’t wait to plant herself on her forever family’s laps for the rest of her life!
Visit our website at www.emeraldcitypetrescue.org or call us at 206 557 4661 to learn more about these awesome pooches!
Again, thank you SO much to Emily and to CYCLEBAR for hosting this amazing event, and thank you to everyone who participated, and helped us save lives!
Say hello to Cito, one of our new rescue arrivals! This handsome little Chihuahua boy has 12 years under his belt, and can’t wait to share many more with a forever family of his own.
Cito is incredibly polite and intelligent. He knows the command for “sit” and can’t wait to learn even more through training as he improves his manners.
Cito would prefer a home with children over 7 years old because of his size and gentle nature, especially if the home can match his mellow, easygoing vibe. This boy is all lover and no fighter. He thoroughly enjoys sharing affection, being held, and crawling into your lap for a good, long cuddle! We are unsure of how Cito does with cats at this time, but when it comes to people, Cito is incredibly loving and can’t wait to share his love with you!
Cito is missing many of his teeth, so his tongue likes to hang out on the side of his mouth. We think it gives him lots of character! He is quickly becoming a staff favorite, his loving disposition is just too addicting! Although he is twelve, that is only middle-aged for many chihuahuas and he still has so much life and love left in him to give.
Cito is fully vetted, neutered, and microchipped. For more information or to meet Cito, please call Emerald City Pet Rescue 206-557-4661!
The “Cutest BFFs in the Playroom” award goes to….
ECPR’s Chewey and Mommas! They love to hang out with each other, they think all of these other dogs with their four working legs and lack of wheels are just plain odd. They are in their own little wheelie club together where they joyfully roll around, or, more often, joyfully relax together while they wait to find their forever homes!
Chewey is a handsome 4-year old Chihuahua mix. After receiving surgery for a ruptured disc, Chewey has been using a wheelchair, but he doesn’t let that slow him down for a second as he makes the rounds visiting his favorite people! And c’mon, who doesn’t love a guy with his own set of wheels? He is charismatic, friendly, and very sweet but he does not get along so well with cats.
Meet Mommas! 4-year old Mommas is a fantastic dog that loves people and other dogs. Mommas has lived with children – and loved them, too! Mommas is looking for a loving home that can offer her stability and support as she adjusts to her new life on wheels. As with most dogs that lose their ability to use their back end, this is not slowing her down! Mommas still has a happy-go-lucky attitude and she is always eager for new adventures. Mommas will need an adopter who is willing and able to work with her special needs. Mommas likes cats too!
If you might have the perfect home for one of these two special babies, give us a call at 206 557 4661!
Meet Mr. Iggie, the ig-tastic chi-pom!!!
This 11-year-old Pomeranian/Chihuahua mix has made the trek from California in search for his forever digs in the Seattle area. Iggie weighs about 4 pounds; yes, 4 pounds! He is an adorable little man with an easy-going demeanor and a sweet personality. He adores people and enjoys happily trotting around for his afternoon walk. When he’s not sleeping (which is most of the time), this cuddle bug is happily lazing on the lap of anyone who wants some Iggie love! Due to his tiny size and medical considerations (including cataracts), Iggie would do best in a home with no boisterous young children or energetic dogs who may not respect his space.
Iggie is currently in a foster home being a lap-tastic little mini. He is fully vetted, neutered and microchipped.
If you live in the Seattle area and would like to meet this cutie-pie, please give us a call at 206 557 4661
Here at Emerald City Pet Rescue, we love it when children reach out to us and want to help and/or learn all about animal rescue! We firmly believe that having compassion for animals at a young age and learning about the responsibilities involved with caring for them gives them helps them grow into wonderful pet owners.
Today we had a visit from some students at the Meridian School in Wallingford. These wonderful kids got to learn about what we do as a rescue; save animals, help them medically, socialize and train them with positive reinforcement, and help them find loving, forever homes. They also had the opportunity to demonstrate their awesome animal-handling skills with Lily, Scout, and Athena. We love that Meridian is compassionate to animals and that they gave their students the opportunity to interact and learn about them and what it takes to care properly for a pet as part of their curriculum. We always welcome opportunities to educate, as we firmly believe that the best way to save an animal from losing a home is to make sure that pet parents have the knowledge and resources they need to cope with any challenges having a pet can bring.
Little Skye got all cozy in her blanket during her home-check and loved up to her new family right away! Such a tiny sweet bundle of joy, you would have no idea at all that she’s older than a decade! She still has the heart and soul, and even the curiosity and energy of a young pup. She quickly became a staff-favorite during her time in the ECPR playroom and she will be missed, but she deserves all the snuggles and loves the world can give her. Congratulations, Skye!