We are a trio of older pups around 6 months old. We’re not related but share a common bond – we’re each lucky to have been rescued and raised by loving foster parents to give us a second chance at a forever home.
Healthcare History: Treated for fleas (Revolution), worms (Drontal) and vaccinated (DHPPI, Lepto and Rabies) at SCAA’s vet partner, PAW, and neutered/spayed (or will be before adoption), this latest group of foster pups are happily growing into healthy young dogs.
Ideal Homes: Young dogs require ongoing training to maintain their good behavior and respect for authority. Brownie, Carlos, and Maisey are all social with people and other dogs (and Carlos with cats). Brownie and Maisey are fostered in active family homes with teens and toddlers respectively. Each of them has demonstrated the flexibility to thrive in any home where we receive regular attention and exercise.
Brownie’s rescuer quickly figured out he was an abandoned pet after finding him wandering the garden of her apartment compound. A handsome German Shepherd mix with a shiny dark coat, Brownie is comfortable with new people and places, was already toilet trained, responds well to new commands, and gets along great with two and four-legged friends.
Carlos is a smart dog – typical of his Beagle mix temperament. Huddled in the bushes near a busy street corner for a few days according to nearby shopkeepers, this friendly little guy waited patiently to pop out of the shrubs until a foster mom was walking by with her friendly dog. Carlos was an eager canine companion who gave new meaning to the term “puppy dog eyes” and his rescuer couldn’t leave him there. Carlos appreciates companionship from people and pets alike and enjoys the safety and comfort of his large dog crate at bedtime.
Maisey and her 5 siblings were born to a stray living at horse stables and a rescuer came to their aid when it was obvious Maisey’s mom was overwhelmed. Lovingly raised in foster care, Maisey is a curious and sweet girl whose initial shyness around strangers is quickly overcome by her desire for attention and eagerness to please.
For more information on giving Maisey, Brownie or Carlos a forever home, please visit SCAA’s website, contact [email protected] or visit them at our next Adoption Day on Sunday, January 13th at Shanghai Brewery (15 Dongping lu, at Hengshan lu) // (东平路15号, 近衡山路) from 11AM – 1PM
Founded in 2005, Second Chance Animal Aid is a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the health and welfare of rescued companion animals through education, advocacy, international-standard veterinary care, and the promotion of foster care as a healthier and cost-effective alternative to traditional shelters. SCAA has Association status with RSPCA International.