THANK YOU for finding us and interest in our rescued dog. Because we are an international rescue through Taiwan. The dogs are likely still in Taiwan and you will have to meet your dog(s) and pick your dog(s) up from the airport.
International airport for picking up dogs:
Paul, Patrick, Parker, Patty, Penny & Phoebe are six siblings from a beautiful stray dog mom. Local residents saw how weak the dog mom was and how she struggled to take care of her puppies, they decided to ask the animal control for help. Sadly, when they were all taken by a local public shelter, they were separated from their mom. The pups were only 1 month old and did not get to continue to be fed by their mom’s milk. Additionally, the dog mom became very depressed and stopped eating after being separated from her pups. One of the shelter’s volunteers wrote their story hoping to get someone to pay attention. The rescuer affiliated with Life of Hope saw the post online and decided to take the mom and her puppies out of the shelter.
The dog mom was terrified of people and very alert. However, when she saw her puppies, she immediately softened and forgot how weak she was, and fed with her milk immediately. The puppies also became weak after they were separated from her. Because of the love and care of the rescuer, they grew up fast and became active and healthy.
Paul and Penny are very similar, both have the spirit of adventurer. Of all of the pups, these two are the most active, outgoing, and brave. They are friendly with people, dogs and cats. Despite being adventurous, Paul and Penny have the ability to be active and energetic outside, but would sit quietly next to you to keep you company. They are definitely going to bring lots of laughters and joy to your family.
Park is a calm and gentle boy, and he is quite friendly with people. He also gets along with dogs and cats. He is a very balanced dog even as a puppy.
Patrick and Phoebe are gentle yet cautious. They tend to be a bit nervous at new places but it does not mean they are timid. They like to observe people and surrounding first, and they establish trust with people rather quickly – as they did with their foster family. They both love to snuggle next to their foster family, and seek out affection from them. They get along with both dogs and cats.
Patty is the most introverted puppy in the whole litter. She is shy and needs a few days to adjust to any new environment and people. Patty gets attached to her companions (dogs) easily and relies on them for support. We believe a family with dog(s) would be a great fit for her. Her current foster family has a dog and that’s what helped her to bond with her foster family in only 2 days.
All 6 of them are good in cars (no car sickness). They are all house trained to use the pee pads indoor and will go do their business outside on grass.
If you are interested in this sweet love bug, feel free to contact us for more information or simply fill out the adoption form on our website.