Ladybird is a one-year-old female lab mix. She has a slender build, gorgeous brown eyes, and a great smile! She was lost for six months before she turned up at the shelter. When she was reunited with her family they only gave her a day or two before stating that she wasn’t the same, and they didn’t want her anymore. She was then found wandering at the mall after being supposedly “rehomed.” No point in saying what we think about that.
This is a lovely dog who has been through a bit lately but is bouncing back with flying colors! Ladybird is attentive to her person, takes treats gently, and knows some obedience skills. She likes to play with toys and currently her favorite is a yellow squeaky lion.
Ladybird loves the company of her many dog friends and we think she would be thrilled to have a canine buddy in her new home. She particularly likes the big boy dogs. She had a great time in the play yard recently with Ozzie, the husky/shepherd featured here recently.
Ladybird would love to meet that special someone who will show her that adoption is forever (and if they have a canine playmate for her, so much the better). They will be rewarded with a sweet and loving companion that will be ready for any adventure! Contact Redwood Pals Rescue at email@example.com or leave a voicemail at (707) 633-8842.
One of Ladybird’s good friends is Monty. He is a two-year-old male of uncertain heritage – a handsome mutt mix!
Monty arrived at the shelter somewhat unfamiliar with being leashed and unsure of his new environment.
Redwood Pals Rescue has been working with him since his arrival and we were thrilled that he just passed his temperament tests and is now adoptable through the Humboldt County Animal Shelter!
Monty has been great company with a variety of dogs on his walks, though he is also happy to go out with just a human companion. In the play yard he is playful and knows fetch and comes when called.
He is also eager to learn and you can see his eyes light up when it is training time (his love of treats may contribute to this!). Monty is quite affectionate and loves to snuggle during quiet time. Monty is just a big puppy looking for someone to love him.
If you think you might be that person, please contact the Humboldt County Animal Shelter at (707) 840-9132 to make on appointment to meet him. Redwood Pals Rescue is also happy to answer questions about Monty at the contacts listed above.
Both Monty and Ladybird (and all of our adoptable dogs and cats) are altered, microchipped and current on their vaccinations.