Although I’m a little sad to transition out of bunny articles (a good way to look at cute pics all day while calling it research), I’m super excited to say that today’s post is our first Featured Pet!
Featured Pet posts will be a monthly installation here on the blog, and just as it sounds, are meant to showcase an adoptable pet that we think deserves your attention. Searching for the Perfect Pet can be overwhelming, especially when there are so many good options, so maybe this will lighten your load… Or at least brighten up your feed!
Look at that face!
Cinnamon is a beautiful girl, born on approximately 03/20/18 – A lovely spring baby. She is currently one, and she’s an American Staffordshire terrier/American pit bull mix. This sweet girl weighs in at about seventy-five pounds, but don’t let that fool you, she loves to snuggle! Cinnamon would be happy to double as lap dog and cuddle up with her person on the couch.
Some other important things to about our VIP (Very Important Pet):
Cinnamon is spayed! We’re firm believers in spaying and neutering pets, so much so that when you adopt from Lee Shore, the cost is on us up to $50 for a spay or neuter surgery. In Cinnamon’s case though, she’s old enough that we were able to handle the procedure as well. She’s also current on vaccinations. Which is one less thing for you to think about!
Packing up a car to do anything - anything - can be a hassle. I mean, not speaking from experience or anything, but it’s pretty embarrassing to drive all the way to the grocery store and then realize you forgot your wallet… That being said though, Cinnamon rides well in car. She’d be a great buddy to have tag along!
This spicy girl (see what I did there?) is also crate-trained, leash-trained, and house-trained. Talk about a triple threat.
Even with her growing list of accomplishments, Cinnamon has been a very low-key pet. She’s friendly and loves to cuddle. She likes to play with other dogs, and is well socialized. Cinnamon has also been good with most children and adults in the past. Cinnamon makes friends best when given a monitored introduction, so she can get to know them before they start playing. Cinnamon has also done very well with children she has met. Check her out with here our resident professional pet cuddler, Ella!
If you think Cinnamon is the girl for you- let’s talk about getting her to a forever home!
The adoption fee is $225.00 and includes veterinary check-up, deworming, vaccinations, flea and tick treatment and spay. Currently, Cinnamon lives in a foster home in Polk County, NC. Pick up is always available. If desired, at an additional cost, transportation to more distant adopters may be arranged, from upstate South Carolina as far as New Hampshire and Vermont. Contact Lee Shore Rescue via message for transportation/delivery options. To adopt go to LeeShoreRescue.com, click on the Adopt Now page and fill out an application to adopt a puppy.
Happy Tuesday everybody, tune in next week for a new blog post, and follow us on Facebook or Instagram to keep in touch with all our pets and stay in the know!
Joy Shanahan is a student at Appalachian State University with a passion for community service. She can be found in the dance studios at ASU or researching helpful animal tips for Lee Shore.