In a series of adorable photos on their Instagram, the senior dogs looking for happy homes are dressed in an assortment of wigs, hats, jumpers and other accessories that make them look like human old people.
Meet Bambi, the ‘mermaid puppy’ who’s made an incredible recovery and found her forever home (Picture: Caters News)Bambi, a Cocker Spaniel cross, was born with severely dislocated kneecaps that left her with deformed hind legs.
One said: ‘In Greenwood Cemetery in Brooklyn there is a gravestone for a dog named Rex. People bring him sticks and place them at his feet because he is still a good boy.’.
Daisy with some of her clothes (Picture: @littledaisydachshund/Caters)‘She works with a lot of brands on Instagram, they send her lots of free outfits and accessories such as leads, harnesses, hats and boots, and in return, she has to take pictures in them and post them on her Instagram.
Staff got Eric all dressed up (Picture: Blue Cross)While we’re all worried about what Covid-19 restrictions might mean for our family Christmases, Eric the dog is hoping that it won’t mean another festive season spent at a shelter.
The bulldog absolutely loves being out in the water, whether that’s surfing, swimming, or just hanging out at the beach.Rothstein loves to ride the waves (Picture: John Garcia / SWNS.COM)‘We surf around five-days-a-week,’ said John.
The pup had been stuck under a recliner for two days (Picture: Derbyshire Police)The thought of a beloved pet getting lost is horrible – but thankfully, sometimes, they are found again.Toby was lying under the woman’s recliner, where he had quietly remained stuck for two days.
Molly was found as a stray at just eight months, she has been in kennels ever since (Picture: Dogs Trust)An adorable dog who has spent most of her life in kennels is desperate to find a forever family as she enters old age.
The picture Alyssa initially shared (Picture: @thegoldenporterlee / CATERS NEW)Alyssa has had over 28 million impressions on Twitter, and her inbox has been flooded with messages from people who love Porter.
These breeds tend to live to 13 to 14 years on average and cost between around £7000-£8000 through that time.On average, getting a dog can cost £2,030 in the first year when they’re a puppy and roughly £850 every year after that.
Owner Donna Rennison, from Jarrow, Tyne and Wear, has documented her creative and adorable hand-rearing techniques, which include buying the pups heat pads, building them a feeding station and giving them teddies to cuddle.The puppies’ feeding station (Picture: Caters News Agency)‘The days following we researched a lot on how to hand-rear the puppies from the internet.
But not all of us had the advantage of a dog like Jax. After heading to bed after a night-out and a few drinks in Eagle Grove, Iowa, tipsy Hannah Quintus, 22 began removing some toys from her bed.