This isn’t even all of them.
What I love about the shelter dogs is that little phases them. I was up in this girl’s business taking her picture, and she just kept watching the other dogs by the gate.
I mean, it was like he was posing just for me. Or she. I don’t remember.
This guy’s name is Rufus because when he gets excited and wants to bark at something, he’ll jump onto the roof of his cage so he has a better vantage point. Smart pup.
After all the dogs went back into Building 3, Sabrina spent a little more time with the ones in the parking lot.
I remembered this guy from when I lived in Taiwan two years ago. Great dog, and it’s too bad he’s stuck in a cage. But he’s safe, healthy, and doesn’t go hungry.
This girl cracked all of us up. She’d jump into the buckets of water, paw around and make a mess, then take off running. This time, she decided to multitask.
Sit on the ground, get puppy hugs. Or whatever Roo was doing.
I love this picture. As Josie stood and monitored the playground, Five did the same next to her.
And on a completely different note, ten:
After the shelter, we all ate lunch, rested, and then Sabrina and I got adjusted at the chiropractor. This pose is a little confusing.