HTZ Hounds: Adoptable Dog Of The Week – Coffee

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Hey HTZ Nation, it’s Jonathon. What’s the first thing people need in the morning to get going? Coffee.  Coffee gives you a jolt of energy; your mood is instantly better whenever you see her. Coffee is always there for you; she wakes you up with kisses and love each morning. This is the Coffee I am talking about. 

Hey HTZ Nation, it’s Jonathon. What’s the first thing people need in the morning to get going? Coffee.  Coffee gives you a jolt of energy; your mood is instantly better whenever you see her. Coffee is always there for you; she wakes you up with kisses and love each morning. This is the Coffee I am talking about. 

 

Coffee is lab mix who is looking for her forever home. She’s on the smaller side, around 30 pounds. Coffee is good with female adults, and kids alike! She has been getting along great with the dogs in her foster care and does well with other dogs when she is slowly introduced. Unfortunately cats and men are a no go for this girl.

            It surprises me to hear Coffee has been with Niagara Dog Rescue for over a year now. Coffee’s foster describes her as “loyal, a great snuggler, always by your side and smart”. As someone who has a dog who fits that description, that’s everything you could want in a dog. She is also attentive and easily trained with treats. If you’re interested but unsure if you are the right fit for Coffee, no need to worry; Niagara Dog Rescue will provide interested adopters with a trainer consultation to make sure she is right fit for your family. 

            Remember rescue dogs can take up to 3 months to feel fully at home with you. Niagara Dog Rescue has plenty of training tips and advice to get you and your dog through the transition. Be sure to read more about Coffee here, and view all the dogs available through Niagara Dog Rescue here. She hasn’t been everybody’s cup of tea, but the love Coffee has to give is better than any hot caffeinated beverage. All she needs now is her Forever Home. 

            On an equally important note, I just wanted to give a special shout out to all the vets, vet techs, rescue volunteers, fosters and anyone who is making care for animals essential amid Covid-19. We see you, and all that you are doing to ensure our pets and the shelter animals who are still waiting to find forever homes, are cared for. Thank you.