My name is Scooby and I’m a little 10 lb mixed breed boy that’s looking for my forever home. I’m believed to be about 3 years old and I am a LOVER. I love to be with my people (both adults and kids are fine with me), I love to snuggle and I love other doggies. I’m currently being fostered with 4 other little doggies and I’m great with them all.
I was recently neutered, am up to date on all my shots and house broken.
If you think I could be what you’ve been searching for, message the GRR girls and they will help you set up a time to meet me!!
Rizzo was very pregnant when she came to GRR. And on January 17, after a long night for mama and foster mama, Rizzo is proud to introduce her 8 puppies!!! Good god that’s a lot of puppies for a little dog. Shew!! We don’t know what kind of dog Dad was. They will be available for adoption 8 weeks after birth, so get in your applications.
Sweet Violet had her 6 puppies at a shelter – not ideal, of course, but at least safe, dry and warm. We quickly found a wonderful foster and got Violet and pups into a loving home.
Violet is a beautiful, petite, labby girl with the warmest eyes you will ever meet. We are almost positive that before now, Violet never even knew a life indoors existed. Despite that, she is doing amazing in her foster home. She is the absolute SWEETEST pup you will ever meet and has loved everyone she has encountered…Children and dogs alike. (We haven’t seen her around kitty’s yet). With a routine and watchful eye, she has transitioned well to an indoor life. She has gotten the hang of going outdoors for potty, but again, this will likely take continued consistency and patience with her transition to learning what being a part of a family is like. There is no doubt that when you meet this girl you will fall in love.
Our sweet, sweet gray faced girl Diamond is still looking for a forever home. She absolutely loves everyone she meets and has yet to meet a single person she didn’t win over with her crooked toothed smile and wiggly butt.
Diamond is very well trained, and has gone through obedience training during her time at Delmarva K9.
Her current foster adores her and said she’s an absolute gem. She enjoys car rides, long walks on the beach and snuggle sessions on the couch!
Diamond is currently in a foster home with other dogs and cats, but would do best as an only animal. Because of this her foster is having to keep her in a spare room most of the time with is neither ideal or fair for Diamond (or her foster family). The trainer at Delmarva K9 thought Diamond might do well with a low key male dog that is larger than her, but we haven’t been able to test that theory out yet.
She has no fee for an approved applicant and we will throw in a complimentary vet visit with the new families’ vet to get everyone acquainted. I’m asking all of our friends and supporters to PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE share Diamond. We have got to find her a home, the sooner the better. This poor girl has been jostled around so much, that we want more than anything to find her a home for the holiday season.
Diamond came to us from BARCS in March after her life long family dumped her at the shelter because they were moving….. Thankfully she caught the attention of one of our foster families and we made her an official GRR girl. In early May Diamond was adopted by a wonderful woman that absolutely loved her to the moon and back.
Diamond never fully settled in and her mom thought maybe she just wasn’t able to give Diamond the time and attention she needed. Due to this, Diamonds mom made the heart wrenching decision to turn her back over to us in hopes she would find a more suitable home.
Please let us know if you’d be interested in meeting Diamond and spread the word!