Shelter Sunday – April 10

I’m out of practice with photography and editing, but man was I dying to practice! I’ve been wanting to feature some of these guys since Easter, but I just needed to sun to come out and join us. The following dogs are adoptable from the Tallahassee Leon Community Animal Service Center. They’re spunky, sweet, and full of love. While they don’t seem to mind shelter life too much (it certainly hasn’t dampened their spirits), they are so deserving of a home of their own.

BryanOur first boy is Bryan, who has been a resident at the shelter since Christmas eve. We love him to death and honestly can’t figure out why he hasn’t found a home yet.

bryan 2Bryan is a regular in our ‘rough and rowdy’ playgroups. He’s energetic and loves toys, but he can be a little mouthy, so his perfect home would be inhabited by someone who is willing to work with him. And someone who shares his love of fun, of course!

parkerSpeaking of regulars in the rough and rowdy playgroups, Bryan’s BFF Parker is also looking for a home! Unsurprisingly, he shares his buddy’s love of toys, romping around, and all things fun.

parkerParker actually used to be named Dopey, which is pretty accurate. He’s goofy, and would make the perfect comedic sidekick for anyone!

chloeChloe is also ready for a second chance at a home. She will play fetch for hours, as long as you don’t mind having to chase her down to get the toy back every time!

maseyMasey, who shares similar beautiful brindle markings with Chloe is a little more chill. She’d just love to curl up at your feet or by your side for a Netflix marathon. I’m inclined to suggest Malcolm in the Middle, if you missed out on it however many years ago.

sadotSadot’s quite a looker. He’s a bit in between the fun loving antics of the boys and our laid back Masey. He’s a puppy, so he has energy and enjoys playing, but he’s a people person, for sure.

kingFinally, we’ve got King. You may notice a little bald spot on his side, but he doesn’t! This boy is handsome and he knows it. He’s another play group regular, but he’s happy to stop playing long enough to pose for a royal portrait.

Want to see more? Our Facebook page has even more photos. Interested in these dogs? You can see them and all their friends at talgov.com/animals.

As always, feel free to share to help these babies find new homes!