Join us in our adoption drive as we help these canine buddies get homes
Life on roads isn’t easy, even for dogs. They, too, feel heartbroken when left abandoned. Adopt these furry beings and help them live a happy life.more lifestyle Updated: Sep 17, 2016 10:11 IST
This week, we have a St Bernard, a Labrador, a German Shepherd and an Indie who are looking for loving homes.
Alex’s family wishes to abandon the two-year-old St Bernard as their son has started going to school, and they won’t be able to afford his maintenance and find it difficult to groom him. As St Bernards are large mountain dogs, Alex will need air-conditioning for at least nine months in a year and good care. If you are serious about adopting him, shoot an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Tiger, a two and a half year Labrador, was left heartbroken when his family abandoned him and left him on the highway. The handsome dog is very gentle and friendly, and needs a family that will love him and help him get over the setback. To be the loving family that he needs, please write to email@example.com
Leona, a German Shepherd.
Things could have taken a horrific turn for Leona, a gorgeous six-month-old German Shepherd girl who was saved from being sold online by a neighbor who is currently fostering her. To bring her home, write to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Charlie, an Indie.
Charlie, an Indie, was found abandoned in Janakpuri six days ago, and is so depressed that he has been crying for his family ever since. He has been taken to a vet and is perfectly healthy and fit. He is around 8 months old, and is very friendly and sweet by temperament. To adopt him, write to email@example.com.
If you know of an abandoned animal looking for a loving home, then mail to firstname.lastname@example.org