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Lacey Wants A Home-Rescue

Lacey is an American Pit Bull Terrier whose owners could no longer care for her. She once was a companion and is wondering why she ended up at the shelter. She looks tough but is really a sweetheart. Lacey is a smart girl, knows basic obedience. She loves to give out kisses. She is a bit older so she keeps getting passed up, even though she has many more years of love to give. Her adoption fee is only $25.00. She sits waiting patiently at the Southwest Washington Humane Society for some one to give her a home.
Lacey will need a house with a fenced yard. While in the shelter she has met many new playmates. Seems to like male dogs fine, but may need to meet any potential new doggy friends to make sure they get along. Children also should set up a meeting with her to see how well she behaves with them. She has been a family dog so we don’t think this will be an issue.
She has been enduring a long stay at the Southwest Washington Humane Society shelter and just needs someone to see her true beauty. Lacey has a wonderful disposition and just wants a person who see’s her for what she truly is a lover.
Lacey hopes she can be a much loved family dog again. She is looking to give love to anyone willing to adopt her. Lacey just needs you. Will you be her forever family? For info, contact the Southwest Washington Humane Society.

Carole Bigwood

My name is Carole Bigwood I am an avid animal lover. Avid animal lover of all shapes and sizes. I am the one who breaks for a squirrel or stops to save a lost pet. Yep, I have a leash and treats on me at all times. I can't wait to share some great rescue stories and some need to know health and safety tips for pets. Some of you may have seen one of my fashion shows for rescues I have every year. For years now I have been designing fashions for pets at www.wildchildpetfashions.com. My runway models are from local rescues and a few special guest pets. Always striving to make them as cute as can be so they will find a family of their own. My reward is to learn how many found homes afterwards. We have some great rescues in the NW. Being raised around pets livestock and little critters has given me a challenge that is rewarding to say the least. My genuine love of animals, has given me a vast knowledge of everything pet related. While my focus will be pet health related and rescues in our area, I look forward to sharing stories and articles on health and rescues that may come in handy. Making a the world a safe place for animals and humans alike. Looking forward to sharing my stories with fellow animal lovers everywhere.