(Adoptable Count Chocula from New Leash on Life Chicago)We've written before about the many different reasons dogs and their people come on our SociaBulls walks. Some of our members are actually adoptable dogs. We allow current members to bring foster dogs, or dogs they work closely with through volunteering, to brush up on new skills. This weekend we welcomed 3 new adoptable members looking for their new families. We included these available pooches as the header photos, with photos of pooches from both of the weekend walks:
New Leash on Life Chicago and you can read more about him here.
Project Rescue Chicago. Diamond's original owner intended her to be a guard dog, and she was surrendered to a local shelter because she wasn't "mean". Diamond is 55lbs of pure sweetness, who spent much of this water break looking for pets and belly rubs. These are the few photos I could get of her when she wasn't flopped over waiting to be petted.
Learn more about Diamond, here.
we know just how perfect our little guy is.
by liking this facebook page.
foster dog Estelle who has been in our group brushing up her skills and waiting to be noticed has found her long-awaited forever home.
Plus, we were excited to see Hossa, who had walked in the group as an adoptable, returned with his new person after being adopted
Join our Chicago SociaBulls Facebook page for more photos and information about group walks. And check out the Hikabulls page where we first learned about the benefits of group walking.
Please Note: As the weather has warmed up, bikers, runners, dogs, and kids have come out in full force in many of the areas that we walk. While we had previously been introducing new members a few at a time to each walk, we've decided that in order to continue to keep our group safe and make our walks a positive experience for everyone, we are putting new members "on hold" for the summer. You can still submit an application, and it will go on our wait list in the order it is received. Once things quiet down a bit more in the fall, we will resume introducing new members a few at a time to each walk, and will be contacting people on the wait list in a first-come, first-served manner.