One Tail at a Time is teaming up with Best Friends Animal Society® in the second annual Back in Black adoption campaign running throughout the month of May. Supported by Best Friends, a national animal welfare organization, this month-long campaign aims to dispell the myths and stereotypes associated with black dogs.
In honor of the 2012 Back in Black campaign, One Tail at a Time is offering a discount of $50 towards the adoption of black dogs in our program.
Meet our Dogs in Black
Major is one very handsome, four year old fellow. He is a smiley and social guy who is ready to cuddle at a moment’s notice. He responds well to positive reinforcement training, loves car rides and going to the dog park with his foster mom. He does well with other dogs, and particularly seems to enjoy the company of younger pups.
Major spent a long time living in a shelter before coming to One Tail and has settled right into home life. Although he loves living with his foster mom and her two dogs, he can hardly wait to find his forever home!
Contact KarenOTAT@gmail.com if you’d like to meet this sweet boy!
Talk about a lovable lug! Chevy is a great big (80 lb.) teddy bear who just adores everyone he meets. Currently living in a foster home with two canine companions, Chevy loves to romp around with his dog friends and then snuggle up with his humans. Sometimes he’ll pull out those sad puppy dog eyes to get an extra treat but don’t let him fool you…he’s a tongue waggingly happy guy who considers everyone a friend.
At approximately 1.5 years old, Chevy is out of the puppy stage but has a long life filled with cuddles and play time ahead of him. It seems Chevy already knows the “sit” command and, being the smart food motivated boy he is, would likely pick up quickly on additional training.
Contact JeffKOTAT@gmail.com to meet this gentle giant.
Rue is brand new to the One Tail crew, but has already proven that she won’t last long before finding a home! This collie mix is an incredibly sweet dog who loves to give hugs to everyone she meets, and is great with both people and dogs. If her slightly blurry photo tells us anything, it’s that she would love a home that can give her the space to be her wiggly, energetic, playful self. We can already tell that this girl would be the perfect agility or fly ball partner!
Contact ElizabethOTAT@gmail.com for more information.