Riot Fest Adoptable Puppy of The Week: Betty White
We’ve been featuring a Riot Fest Adoptable Puppy of the Week for almost a year now, and usually anyone can go and adopt these good boys and girls, but Betty White is a very special puppy and needs a very special person to rescue her, so please read carefully if you are interested in giving this puppy a forever home.
Betty White A165997 • 3-year-old Female • Looking for a Foster or Adoptive Home with Dogs are Deserving Rescue
Betty White was confiscated by the police, when her previous “owner” was charged with animal cruelty. She was found living in deplorable conditions locked in a room in the basement with her 2 puppies. Feces and urine were covering the floor, she had no water, and the only bag of food was infested with rats. Betty White is a Safe Humane Chicago Court Case Dog, evaluated by a certified dog trainer/behaviorist and comes with a lifetime of FREE behavior support if needed.
The first two things you notice about Betty White is her fabulous ears and that she has had way too many litters of puppies than any dog should have. What you don’t know, unless you spend time with her, is that she LOVES belly rubs!!! Really! This girl will pretty much do anything she can to get a belly rub! A belly rub, light massage, and this girl is in la-la land. Betty White has been off leash with a male dog and a young female dog and is a “hangout” kind of girl. She enjoys spending time with her human friends too. Betty White is smart… she’s learned sit, sit/stay, down and eye contact. She is too cute and everyone just loves her! Apply with Dogs are Deserving Rescue to come meet Betty White and give her a foster or adoptive home so she can know what the life of a loved companion is supposed to be like!
For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Foster and adoption applications for rescue can be found here: http://www.dogsaredeservingrescue.com/
2741 S Western Ave, Chicago, IL 60608
**Please do not come to the shelter to meet this dog without contacting the rescue and working with them. She is not on the “public” adoption floor.**