Loveland Pet Store Looking to Help Dogs from Nepal Find Their Second Homes
Hank’s Pet Food Market in Loveland is giving abused and neglected dogs from Nepal a second chance at a new life, but they need your help to get them to Colorado.
Hank’s Pet Food Market, thanks to Humanitourism Adventure, has taken in rescue dogs and needs your help in finding their new homes, according to the Reporter-Herald. Based on the Facebook post (below) two of the six dogs are still waiting to be adopted.
So, if you are interested in adopting one of these adorable animals, please contact Humanitourism Adventure at firstname.lastname@example.org to find out how! But please note that the window for adoptions could close at any moment and nothing is guaranteed.
We made it possible for several more dogs to come to the USA to find loving forever homes…now we need your help. …
Below are the two dogs’ stories:
Sammi was found on the street as a puppy, infested with ticks and suffered from an infection from a torn ear. She’s about a year old and has received all of her vaccinations, but has yet to be spayed. Sammi gets along well with other dogs, but it is not known how she does with cats.
Paro was hit by a car as a puppy and is unable to use his back legs, but is able to use a cart to get around. He’s about one year old and has received all of his vaccinations. The shelter is unable to determine his control of bladder and bowels — he wears a belly band to keep him from having accidents in the house.
Help these beautiful dogs find their forever homes! For more information, please visit Hank’s Facebook page.
All images courtesy of Hank’s Pet Food Market (Facebook page).