5 cute puppy photos

This puppy’s name is Baxter!

Baxter was found wandering the streets by a good Samaritan. Like many dogs, he was the product of a careless owner who didn’t keep him inside or on a leash, so he sought shelter and tried to find food wherever he could. Fortunately, this kind person saw Baxter’s sweet face and couldn’t bear to let him continue in his lonely state. They took him home and began caring for him as if they were his owners.

Baxter is six months old and weighs 30 pounds! As soon as we got him home, I knew he’d be huge—he doesn’t have long hair and you can already see the muscles bunching under his skin. He’s a big ol’ guy! My husband loves big dogs, so Baxter is his ideal companion. Plus, now that Baxter is with us, he will never go hungry again (or have to steal from other animals), because my husband is an amazing cook who makes all our own dog food from fresh ingredients like organic vegetables and locally raised beef.

This puppy’s name is Babykins!

If you’re a first-time foster, consider fostering Babykins. This breed is the perfect fit for you if:

  • You don’t have time to dedicate to training a puppy (they come potty trained).
  • You are home most of the day.
  • You have children at home (they love kids).

This puppy’s name is Snuggles!

Do you see this beautiful puppy? She’s nine weeks old and her name is Snuggles. She’s a Husky/Border Collie mix and she’s the tiniest of a litter of eight pups. She has the sweetest ears, doesn’t she?

In addition to being absolutely adorable, she’s also very gentle and smart. We’ve been working with her on some tricks—she already knows how to sit!

We just know that someone will fall in love with little Snuggles and give her a forever home!

This puppy’s name is Murphy!

Murphy is one of the most sweetest puppies you’ll ever meet. He’s trouble, of course, but he’s a great family dog who loves to watch TV with you on the couch. As far as we can tell, he doesn’t discriminate in terms of what type of TV show he watches either; we’ve watched cartoons with him and he seems just as happy to watch them as when we put on Survivor: Palau (we’re huge fans of season 10).

This puppy’s name is Patches!

Patches was found off the street by a kind soul.

This is Patches! He’s just three months old and loves pets.

Rescuing puppies is so rewarding and beautiful, especially with Patches.

Patches is mostly golden with white spots—so cute!

He’s looking for a new home, since he was left in the cold outside without his parents. He’s about three months old, which makes him roughly equivalent to a 10-year-old human child in terms of development. Little Patches has been neutered and microchipped so he can keep track of you on your walks together, and he will be up to date on all veterinarian care when he goes home with you. He has big brown eyes that are so expressive! You can tell just how much this little guy loves attention by the way his whole body shakes when someone pets him.

Foster puppies rescue you too!

From there, we started getting more serious. We decided that what was best for the puppies was to find them new homes rather than take them back to their breeder. The breeder had let us know that she would have no problem finding a home for us if we wanted to give her our money back, so we knew she’d be able to provide a good environment for the puppies. It seemed like the responsible thing to do, and I’m glad that I got involved in this rescue. It’s not everyone who can get involved in helping animals in need; it takes incredible patience and kindness—both of which I think I’ve shown through my actions over these past six months.Rescuing puppies is so rewarding and beautiful.

There is nothing quite like rescuing puppies.

We know it’s hard work, but it’s so rewarding and beautiful. Just look at all these cute puppies!

These puppies are just the cutest, aren’t they?

I can’t believe they were rescued from a dumpster! How terrifying is that? But thanks to these wonderful people, they’re safe, sound, and ready to be adopted into their forever homes.

Rescuing and fostering animals is so rewarding—and it’s so important. There are so many dogs out there who need good homes, but when you rescue them instead of buying a puppy from a pet store or breeder, you’re saving two lives: the one you’ve adopted and the one who will get to take your former foster’s place in the shelter.

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