About Azalea (Azzy)
Rose (lighter with white patch on chest) & Azalea (Azzy is darker) are 2 year old, super sweet girls who came to us on our most recent Amish puppy mill rescue when they were dumped at a vet to be euthanized because the puppy mill had an upcoming inspection! Thank goodness we got a call for them!
These girls are very bonded and we will be placing them together as a pair, with a family that meets the criteria for their needs.... Even though they are the most social of their group, they, like all the Amish breeder dogs, will need a secure above ground fenced yard, and a home with no kids under 12 because they are a bit skittish. Puppy mill dogs need homes where the family is home more than not and has the time and patience to help with socialization, as the whole world is brand new to them... From leash-walking to outside noises, they’ll need help and compassion experiencing it all!
Azzy is the more outgoing of the two, knows no strangers and leads the way and little Miss Rose is more shy, unsure and watches Azzy before she decides if it’s ok to do anything! Rose is slightly harder to get to come to you, but she’s clearly learning to trust already and Azzy, curls around you like she’s always been your best friend! In the GRRAND Central Station play yard, they go up to people for attention, love other dogs, and love to play in the yard! They are especially fond of completely destroying stuffed toys!! There was one in the play yard and they made crazy, quick work of it. Our volunteers say that getting it from them was comical as they thought it was a game... Stuffing was flying everywhere like it was staged for a movie! We are THRILLED to find these girls their forever home. They absolutely love each other, love affection, and love to play! This is so wonderful to see as they have never known what "fun" is until now!
If you are interested in meeting this pair, please complete an application:
GRRAND dogs are looking for their foster and forever homes in our current service area of Greater Louisville, Greater Lexington, and Greater Cincinnati and Dayton. We’re sorry we cannot make exceptions to this area.