Orphans of the Storm® Dogs Will Love You

Thank you to everyone who attended or donated auction items for the Orphans of the Storm® Benefit Dinner on Monday! The theme was “Who Rescued Whom?” and we got to hear some very heartwarming adoption success stories. If you would like to share your own Orphans of the Storm® adoption success story here on the blog, please email meetthepooches@gmail.com.

Here are just a few of the many dogs benefiting from the funds raised!

T-Bone the four-year-old Staffordshire Bull Terrier mix is super cute. I can’t resist a wrinkly forehead, and T-Bone’s forehead is extra wrinkly and adorable. T-Bone is a sweet boy who really blossoms when he receives positive attention. Whenever I pet him, his tail would immediately start wagging and not stop until I stopped.

T-Bone Staffordshire Bull Terrier mix 1

T-Bone is too cute

T-Bone is a big boy, but seems to be pretty well-behaved. He pulled a little on the leash when he first got out of his kennel, but that’s to be expected. T-Bone had a fun time playing with Roxy (who was in the off-leash run next to ours) through the fence, but he didn’t seem too interested in playing with any of the tennis balls. T-Bone knows he’s ready to join a family–all he needs is the right family to come in and find him!

T-Bone Staffordshire Bull Terrier mix 2

T-Bone racing along the fence

O’Shea the four-year-old black Labrador Retriever/Pit Bull Terrier mix is another cutie with a wrinkly forehead. O’Shea would definitely benefit from having a family that will take him on daily walks and spend time playing with him. He had a good time exploring the off-leash run and going under and around the bushes, and ran after the tennis ball when I threw it (though he didn’t pick it up or bring it back).

O'Shea Black Labrador Retriever Pit Bull Terrier mix 1

O’Shea says, “A little to the left.”

O’Shea is definitely a people dog. Once he knows you, he will happily greet you with a doggy hug and give you plenty of doggy kisses. O’Shea would do best as the only pet in his new home, since he usually isn’t a fan of other dogs, but one O’Shea will give you all the love you need! Stop by the shelter soon to see if O’Shea is the pooch for you.

O'Shea Black Labrador Retriever Pit Bull Terrier mix 2

O’Shea knows he’s a handsome boy

Zoey the three-year-old Staffordshire Bull Terrier mix (not to be confused with the other Zoey) came from a family who could, unfortunately, no longer keep her. That means that she has a lifetime of experience as a family pet, and it shows. Zoey is very well-behaved: she walks nicely on the leash, knows some basic commands, and is housebroken. She’s family-ready!

Zoey Staffordshire Bull Terrier mix 1

Zoey is a good leash-walking buddy

Zoey needs to be the only pet in her new home, but she does well with children. In fact, she was featured on the Orphans of the Storm® Facebook page a few weeks ago, with a picture of her surrounded by a group of kids. Zoey is also a very pretty girl (she could practically be Hachi‘s twin sister). Zoey ended up at the shelter through no fault of her own; she knows she can make you fall in love with her if you give her the chance. Come in soon to meet Zoey!

Zoey Staffordshire Bull Terrier mix 2

Zoey has such interesting coloring

Kayne the six-year-old Mastiff is an absolute gem. I can’t say enough good things about him (which can be vouched for by my family and friends, who have kindly listened to me talk about him for days now). Kayne was adopted a while back, but returned because his family could no longer care for him. Kayne is a very easy dog, but before you decide to bring home a dog this size, it’s important to consider things like the cost of all the food he’ll need.

Kayne Mastiff 1

Here comes Kayne!

Kayne is the epitome of a gentle giant. He walks nicely on the leash, even though he could easily pull you over if he wanted to. He is very much a snuggler, even though the only part of him that could fit in my lap was his giant face. He’ll sit right by your side and give you slobbery doggy kisses (emphasis on ‘slobbery’). Kayne also does well with other dogs of all sizes; he currently shares his kennel with Tulip but previously shared a home with a Dachshund! Kayne is just the biggest sweetheart. If you have the space in both your home and your heart, stop by soon to meet Kayne!

Kayne Mastiff 2

Kayne’s ginormous face that you just have to love

I also saw Arnold, Azul, Bear, Blush, Cooper, Courage, Diamond, Gus, Jasmine, Javan, and Rosco.

23 thoughts on “Orphans of the Storm® Dogs Will Love You

  1. Pingback: Orphans of the Storm® Dogs Ready for Summer Fun | Meet The Pooches

  2. Pingback: Orphans of the Storm® Dogs with Personalities as Warm as Sunshine | Meet The Pooches

  3. Pingback: Orphans of the Storm® White Dogs with Spots | Meet The Pooches

  4. Pingback: Orphans of the Storm® Dogs Ready to Go Home with You | Meet The Pooches

  5. Pingback: Orphans of the Storm® Dogs Against Black Dog Syndrome, Part 4 | Meet The Pooches

  6. Pingback: Orphans of the Storm® Dogs Are Lots of Fun | Meet The Pooches

  7. Pingback: Orphans of the Storm® Dogs Looking for a Treat This Halloween | Meet The Pooches

  8. Pingback: Orphans of the Storm® Dogs Who Like to Play | Meet The Pooches

  9. Pingback: Orphans of the Storm® Smaller Dogs | Meet The Pooches

  10. Pingback: Orphans of the Storm® Puppies and Pups-at-Heart | Meet The Pooches

  11. Pingback: Orphans of the Storm® Dogs Are Eager to Head Home | Meet The Pooches

  12. Pingback: Orphans of the Storm® Dogs Need You to Help Clear the Shelters | Meet The Pooches

  13. Pingback: Orphans of the Storm® Dogs Take a Woodland Walk | Meet The Pooches

  14. Pingback: Orphans of the Storm® Dogs Are Too Cute | Meet The Pooches

  15. Pingback: Orphans of the Storm® Dogs Are Ready for Fall | Meet The Pooches

  16. Pingback: Orphans of the Storm® Dogs Want to Ring in the New Year with You! | Meet The Pooches

  17. Pingback: Orphans of the Storm® Dogs in Warm Weather | Meet The Pooches

  18. Pingback: Orphans of the Storm® Dogs with Different Energy Levels | Meet The Pooches

  19. Pingback: Orphans of the Storm® Spotted Dogs | Meet The Pooches

  20. Pingback: Orphans of the Storm® Dogs Will Benefit from Your Attendance at the Annual Dinner | Meet The Pooches

  21. Pingback: Orphans of the Storm® Dogs Cool Off | Meet The Pooches

  22. Pingback: Orphans of the Storm® Dogs Leap and Bound | Meet The Pooches

  23. Pingback: Orphans of the Storm® Dogs Hoping This Is Their Weekend to Clear the Shelter | Meet The Pooches

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s