Cute Carlos Might Be What You’re Missing in Your Life Shreveport
Having the right companion can make all the difference in the world! I honestly don't know what I would do without my furbabies and Carlos could be the same source of unconditional love for you!
I seriously can't get over how cute this pup is! Make an appointment to meet Carlos today at Pet Savers Shreveport. Carlos came into the shelter in pretty rough shape and they're still working on getting his weight up, his shots, and getting him neutered. His adoption fee is $125. Just remember, adopting a dog is a big commitment. Make sure you're ready to take care of your new friend FOR LIFE before making the leap to pet ownership.
Cecil and I were rescued just in the nick of time from an abandoned trailer. We were very emaciated and neglected. Despite our awful situation, we are both the sweetest dogs you will ever meet! I like to explore my surroundings and find the best place to watch things happening around me. I didn't mind the trip to the vet, and tend to be a relaxed dog. I get along with others, including puppies. I've still got some recovering to do, and will be fixed once I'm healthy enough. Right now Pet Savers is working on all of that and keeping me safe and warm. All I want is a home willing to feed me and love me. Could that home be with you?
Bristol's Babies shines the spotlight on adoptable pets right here in northwest Louisiana and with your help, we hope to eventually find them all homes!
Pet Savers is located at 4380 Noyes Drive, Shreveport, LA 71119 and they are open daily from 12 pm - 4 pm. However, due to the current coronavirus concerns, you'll want to reach out ahead of your visit. You can call them at (318) 636-0400 or reach them on Facebook with any questions! Even if you aren't able to adopt an animal at this time, Pet Savers Shreveport is always in need of donations and volunteers so please consider supporting their efforts!
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