Border Collie, Bichon Frise Need Forever Homes

Meet these two loving companions in search of permanent homes at the Kirkwood Petco this weekend.

Sheba is an 8-year-old female Border Collie available for adoption through the St. Louis Senior Dog Project. Sheba's previous owners got hit hard by the economy and lost their home, so this senior lady found herself without a place to go. Sheba is a bright pooch that understands basic commands. Border Collies are generally energetic dogs, and, although she is older, Sheba remains an active, energetic dog.

Sheba is good with children, other dogs, small animals and all humans alike, she would make a great addition to any household. Sheba is house trained and crate trained but she will need some extra training to learn better leash-walking manners.

If you would like to meet Sheba or other adoptable senior and not so senior dogs, stop by the  this weekend from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., or check out our website at www.stlseniordogproject.org.

If you can't adopt or foster a dog but would still like to help, we invite you to join us for the Kingsbury Animal Hospital Dog Walk and Fun Run. All proceeds benefit our senior dogs! For more information please click here.

Mitzie is a young 10-year-old Bichon mix available for adoption through Senior Dogs 4 Seniors. Her human had to go into an assisted living home and could not take her; they were together for seven years. She is a friendly lady who loves to be next to you in bed or on the couch. She is housebroken, just keep her on a schedule. She does well with children, other dogs and cats. Come and see this lady and feel the softest fur ever. Come to see her and our other dogs at the every Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.


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