Friday, August 4, 2017

Adoptable Dogs In Need of Love & Exposure

There are two adoptable dogs at the BIDEAWEE Animal Shelter in New York, where I volunteer, that are waiting for someone to love them and give them a loving home.  Pace and Gracie are not as easy to find homes for as some of the other adoptable dogs at the shelter, for a couple of reasons. They both need some extra help and exposure to find their forever homes.  

I'm sharing their stories here in the hope that readers will share these dogs on social media to help get them in front of more people.  The more exposure these two dogs get, the better their chances will be of finding their forever homes.  I'm asking for your help to spread the word about these two dogs in need of loving homes.

Adoptable dogs in Long Island, New York that are in need of some extra TLC
Adorable Pace recently had hip surgery and will need some extra love and care.
One of these dogs in need is Pase, an adorable and super loving dog who just had hip surgery.  Pace needs a home that can provide a lot of extra care.  He may potentially need follow up hip surgeries as well.

Pase is a goofy, energetic, and snuggly two year old Labrador Retriever mix who came to BIDEAWEE in early November, 2016 from Alabama. Pase weighs in at 65 pounds, but he's 65 pounds of love! His beautiful brown eyes sparkle with curiosity, watching everything around him. His smile is large and happy, and when you catch him smiling you're sure to feel your mood elevate as well. 

Pase gets along well with other dogs, although a meet and greet is always recommended!  While he's gentle, he's also fairly large at 65 lbs and very energetic, so the Bideawee animal shelter recommends he go to a home without young children.


Pase is a beautiful, loving 2 year old Labrador Retriever needs a loving home that can provide some extra TLC!
Pace is positively Adorable!!  This sweetie needs a home with people who can provide some extra TLC.
Pase also considers himself a lap dog and isn't totally aware of his size relative to yours! How many of us have experienced that, LOL!?  He'll wiggle his way towards you and try and curl up in a ball in your lap. Despite his best efforts, he's rarely able to fit his whole body in your lap and will resort to being half on & half off. 

His dream forever home has an active and attentive owner who will give him all the love, exercise, and stimulation this adorable boy needs. Pase would be thrilled to live with somebody who works from home as he gets bored easily and loves companionship. But hey, who doesn't need a 65 pound fur-ball as a coworker!?

The other dog available for adoption is a stunning pooch named Gracie. Boasting a dark ebony coat, with beautiful be-speckled paws and the deepest brown eyes you've ever seen, this girl is simply gorgeous! During her time at Bideawee, Gracie has already won over the staff and volunteers with her sweet personality!  


This beautiful dog named Gracie is looking for a forever home with a family who will enjoy long walks and her sparkly personality!
Stunning Gracie is shy but loving and full of personality!
This sweet girl is definitely shy at first, but once she knows you, her sparkling personality shines bright!  Gracie is an active girl, who would love a family that will enjoy spending time taking her on long walks, and exploring different places.  All this sweet girl needs is a family that will be by her side, guiding her through life! 

This sweet dog is looking for a second chance at life and love.  She's shy at first, but her lively personality soon shines through!

Both of these beautiful shelter dogs are badly in need of a second chance at love and life.  They are available for adoption from BIDEAWEE, Long Island New York.  Founded in 1903, Bideawee is America's first No-Kill animal rescue!


If you interested in adopting a dog, I hope you will please consider Pace or Gracie!

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8 comments:

  1. Awww! They are so cute! I hope someone falls in love with them and they get their forever homes.

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    1. I really hope so too! They need special homes.

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  2. I'm happy to share these two, they both look like wonderful dogs! I shared on my personal FB page since we are close to NY. Poor Pace having to have surgery at such a young age. He makes me think of our Luke, since Luke came from Alabama as well and has some joint issues.
    Jan, Wag n Woof Pets

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    1. Thank you so much Janet! I really appreciate the share. I feel so bad for Pace having to have surgery and possibly more surgery so young! Luke is lucky to have you caring for him!

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  3. They are adorable! I hope they find their forever home soon. Wish I could take them home! ~Rascal and Rocco

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    1. Aren't they super cute! I wish I could take one of them too, but another dog isn't in the cards for us at this time.

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  4. Pop volunteered at BideaWee last year and I donated a bunch of cat toys and stuff. He said it's a great place. I'll be sharing these guys.

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    1. Oh how wonderful!! I'm so glad to hear that. Please thank him for me. Bideawee has been an important fixture on Long Island for decades. They do so much community outreach.

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