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Who else is excited to see JB the Pug in the new #Kingsman movie? #ad: Yesterday, JB stole the show the at the premier in London rocking an orange tux and black bow tie. Check out our Story to see more of JB at the premier. Kingsman: The Golden Circle hits theaters this Friday! 📸 @charliegrayphotographer | @kingsmanmovie @20thcenturyfox
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SENIOR SUNDAY! @susiesseniordogs has a friend they'd like you to meet! Talk about a total gentleman, 12 year old Blazer is all that...and then some! This adoptable senior boy weighs 70 pounds and is just a big ol' love bug. He is incredibly easygoing and does great with other dogs of all size - even the ones who try to give him trouble, Blazer pays no attention to them. He also knows how to make friends with cats! It's hard to understand how someone could let Blazer go, but he is such a good boy and he needs a forever home for his golden years.
Blazer's foster writes, "He is an affectionate guy, but not at all demanding. If you're standing still he might walk up and nose your hand or give your hand a lick. He also just seems love anybody and anything that pays attention to him. We have a cat in the household who hissed a bit and batted at him once. Blazer didn't even react, then later that night when the cat started cautiously approaching him he started wagging his tail. He is extremely patient and mellow.
Blazer doesn't seem to be formally trained or know any verbal commands, but he definitely picks up on things quickly. He's also very guidable - just touch his collar and gently guide him and he will go along wherever you lead him. He also loves a nice brisk walk. When outside he's curious and has a good deal of energy, but once he's back in the house completely content to lie on the floor (preferably with his head on your foot). He is an all around a great guy!" Blazer is up for adoption with @PupStarzRescue in NYC. He can be adopted in the tri-state area as long as the adopter travels to NYC to meet him. To adopt Blazer, please email email@example.com to submit an application!
SENIOR SUNDAY! Ever wonder how our friends at @susiesseniordogs got their start?! "Senior dogs have my whole heart. About six years ago, a 10 pound girl with a natural mohawk came into my life. By fate. Her name is Susie and she was around 11 years old. Susie lived with her former owner for her whole life, until the owner stated he was no longer able to keep her when he got remarried. Susie's past is irrelevant, but necessary to include solely to highlight she was given up for reasons entirely unrelated to anything one may think she did wrong. Not at all.
Soon after Susie came into our lives, she quickly bonded us with. She traveled with us as often as we could take her along. She was mellow and easygoing and adapted well in every situation. She went for nightly walks in Central Park, dipped her paws in two oceans, and even once crossed the Canadian border! Before we knew it, life before Susie was hard to recall. Susie was so impossibly easy (not to mention incredibly lovable and adorable) that we often wondered how she could have ever been let go. But that is no matter, because for so many reasons I feel ever grateful that our paths crossed. Susie opened my eyes to the beauty of loving a dog in their senior years. And she made me aware of the sad fact that so many homeless senior dogs never get the same chance Susie did in her senior years.
A little over three years ago, I created @susiesseniordogs on a whim -- but whole-heartedly because of Susie. I wanted to promote dogs from shelters who simply had a few years on them, and were getting lost in the shuffle because of it. Every senior dog without a forever home - regardless of size or breed - represents Susie to me. And it crushes me to think of Susie not finding love just because of her age.
On April 22, 2016, our sweet Susie passed away. I very much believe time is irrelevant when it comes to love. A day is a year...and a year is a day. I'd rather have had a day with Susie than to have never known her at all. Loving a senior dog, and being loved by a senior dog, is one of the greatest experiences I wish everyone would allow themselves to have. Simply put, adopting a senior dog is truly, wholly, 100%."