NANNA And LUCY- Steve Caporizzo’s Pet Connection
If you missed Pet Connection Today on the Sean and Richie Show, here is another chance for you to take a look at a couple of great pets up for adoption. Let’s take a look at the pets featured today. Tune in every Thursday at 7:20am to hear the stories of two incredible (and adoptable!) pets.
Nanna is a senior Pitbull/Mix 7-8 years old. She was a stray, was never reclaimed during her 5 day hold. Seeing something special in Nanna, Dog house Adoptions unanimously agreed to bring her into their fold. Senior dogs have so much to offer. Nobody proves this more than Nanna. But don’t let all this senior dog talk fool you, Nanna is full of energy and spirited life. She’s just been around a block or two. For that, she’s learned a lot along the way.
Nanna’s love knows no bounds and she has the wisdom of knowing it’s value. She appreciates every pat, a soft place to lay her head, the warmth of the indoors in winter, and the pleasure of a good meal. While she may challenge you for the Couch Potato title, she’s always up for a good long trot along the pond, too. So, be sure to keep Nanna’s leash handy. She’s great company and she’ll appreciate yours!
Please consider adopting Nanna. You’ll give her the gift of a lifetime. She’ll repay your compassion 100 times over with unconditional love, any time you come to visit.
Lucy is about a year old. A small Pittie/Mix. She was abandoned in October but we, for the life of us, can’t figure out why.
Lucy loves people of all sizes, from children on up. She’ll gently play with toddlers or lounge in the lap of an adult. The day of her spay was also the day of Lucy’s photo shoot. Even then, she was happy to stretch out and cuddle, basking in the healing energy of people love. Lucy is wonderfully playful, but one often gets the sense that this beautiful, young pup possesses a wise, old soul.
Lucy loves other dogs too. When her neighboring kennel pals are near, she comes to greet them with a friendly tail wag at the gate. But when the roughhousing begins, Lucy prefers not to engage. Instead, she walks gingerly to the other side of the play yard to curiously sniff slow-growing things and to enjoy the sun, she truly is a Sweet little girl.
If you are interested in either of these wonderful pets, please contact, Dog House Adoptions in East Schodak today at 368-3037.