My name is Tricia and this is my best friend Chuckie, we’re a pair of AGA orphans looking to be adopted by a family this holiday season. We’ve been together our whole life and must stay that way- but we still like to have our own bowls, toys, and beds.
I’m the socialite of the pair, always affectionate, while Chuckie is shy and easy going. He could stand to gain a few more pounds, and I’m a full bodied girl.
We want a family who will treat us to the simple things in life: walks, car rides, and naps at home… just like what our owner taught us. He grew too old to take care of us, so although we miss him and his loving care, we know AGA has the perfect family to take us in! We come from South Carolina and are ready to charm someone this holiday season!
Sydney is a 5 year old golden girl and her long-time buddy here is Mattie, a 5 year old Great Dane. Sydney loves chasing tennis balls and spending time with humans. Mattie enjoys exploring new places and taking long naps. These sweet girls may look and act very different, but when it’s time to go on walks or play at the dog park their bond is unmistakable. While they like each other’s company, they aren’t fond of small dogs and we aren’t sure if they like cats. Sydney and Mattie can’t wait to share their love and make new memories with their new family!
You’reprobably wondering, “Why is Latte writing this message?” I must tell you– I’m veryexcited about Easter. I remember hearing about it, but never had the chance tocelebrate. However, this Easter I’ll be celebrating in style because I finally have a “Golden future.”
Latte, the Easter Golden.
What do you think? Not too shabby for an 8-year-old! I’m ready to kiss a bunny,go on an Easter “bone” hunt and hopefully find my forever family. Woof, Woof!
AGA orphan Max Acworth is stealing hearts with his perfect doggie manners and lovable personality! He has already won the affection of his foster Mom, and this past weekend he made a new canine companion when he met his foster Grandma’s dog, Abbey.
Fast friends, Max and his new pal Abbey enjoyed an afternoon drive in the back seat of the car.
A full day of playing with Abbey must have worn Max out! Time for some beauty rest.
…but Max isn’t out for long! After a little cat (or should we say dog?) nap, he is back to playing with his purple bear, one of his favorite toys!
To learn more about Max, check out his biography on the AGA website.
Buck (AGA Buck Pup) and his new sister, Bella, say: “We go together like Peas and Carrots!” What? … You want to play 24 hours a day? … Deal!!! Don’t mind us – just putting a fresh buff on the hardwoods, Mom! Nothing like sharing a Sunny Spot with your favorite pal after a hard day’s work!