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This dog is NOT offered for adoption by Friends of Homeless Animals (FOHA). This dog is solely a courtesy posting for another rescuer.
Adoption Donation $ 440
Location/Fostered: in AR (Transport costs are included, please ask for more details)
Age: 11 weeks
Baja here updating you. It has been 3 weeks since I last spoke to you. I am now 11 weeks old and weigh 18.5 pounds. My ears sometimes stand up now; but like now, they are down. I am the explorer of the group. I am a curious boy who wants to go on adventures with you. I stay with my foster mom when we are walking to the play yard without a leash on. Sometimes she will put my siblings in the yard and take me with her as she goes and does her chores for my foster mom knows I am not going off anywhere. I just love going for walks, my tail does not stop wagging. But when I get in the play yard with my siblings and some of the other orphans here, it is an all-out free for all playing. I like to play “King of the hill”. I usually win. I am still waiting for my furever family to come along. My personality is just like the lab mixed in me, a sweetheart through and through. I want to come home. ~ Baja~
What’s up everyone,
This is Baja talking to you. My name is a beautiful place in CA where the sands are beautiful and the ocean is amazing, just like me. I am a little boy who is smart and has the potential to be amazing on our adventures. Whether we are walking the beach, playing in the ocean or just hanging out. I am your guy. Very chilled, laid back. I love to play with toys, give kisses and have you love me as much as I love you. My siblings and I live in a foster home where lots of other orphans live too. We are a big family, my sisters are Bubbles, Calypso, and Ryba. My brothers are Tad, Keely, Marlin, and Rip. We have not always lived her, but it is hard to remember where we came from or how we got here.
What I do remember is a very stormy night with lots of rain. My brothers, sisters and I were all snuggled up together sound asleep. Then someone came and took us. They put us all in a box and taped the lid shut. It was scary. When we were found, our box was soaked and we were in a ditch near a culvert. All soaking wet, this nice lady and her husband came and saved us. They took us out of the box all crying and hungry. We were about 5 weeks old then. This same couple fostered us for a couple of weeks until my now foster mom had room for us. Amazingly enough, none of us got sick. Since coming to our foster home, we have been putting on lots of weight. There is always plenty of food, fresh water and lots of love. But something is missing. Every night our foster mom tells us a story about other orphans who have gotten unbelievable homes with families who take them hiking, swimming, for walks, car rides but most importantly, cuddling and keeping them safe. I do not want to be thrown away again. Please fill out an application and deposit. I am ready to come home.
Please email for more information on this dog: firstname.lastname@example.org
This dog is NOT offered for adoption by Friends of Homeless Animals (FOHA) but an Arkansas rescue partner. Please contact them directly for more information.