We have two more adorable dogs available for adoption, Gizmo and Taffy. Both of these cuties came from a rescue we work with in Alabama. Gizmo is possibly a corgi mix, 3 years old, about 30 pounds, black with some tan markings and very friendly. Taffy is a white and brown mini-bird dog, maybe with some beagle mixed in. She’s about 1 year old, 26 pounds, and loves to go for a walk. Both dogs are up to date on shots, have been neutered/spayed and will be microchipped this week. Come meet them!

Justine is an 11-month-old, small, 26-pound dog who is very playful and full of energy. She enjoys being with people. Her foster mother reports that Justine is a wonderful companion and easy to love. She is up to date on all shots and will be spayed very soon.

Frank and Gus came from the same family whose changing circumstances led to the need to re-home them. Frank is a 6-year-old Australian shepherd mix, weighing 60 to 70 pounds. He can be a bit timid when meeting new people, but will soon show you his friendly and playful nature.

Gus is a 4-year-old border collie mix, weighs in the 50-pound range and absolutely loves everybody he meets. He is smart and high energy. Both are up to date on shots, neutered, and lived peacefully with a cat and children.

Bruno, a very sweet 6-year-old German shepherd, will be available for adoption within a few weeks after his heartworm treatment is completed and he is neutered. He’s learning to walk more calmly, take treats more gently and develop more self-control in general. Bruno loves to chew big sticks and rubber toys. He has a favorite ball or two that he carries around with him all the time, which is quite endearing to see. Bruno is a svelte 91 pounds, up to date on all shots and is microchipped.

Call us at 508-548-7742 to meet any or all of our dogs.

Please consider volunteering at the shelter. Volunteering two hours per week, doing all the things that will make our dogs happy, is a great way to spend time. Another way to help our dogs is to foster them. We need people ready to take in dogs for varying amounts of time—a few days, a few weeks or maybe a couple of months. FFD provides food, snacks, bedding, toys, leashes and anything else the dog needs. The foster family provides lots of love and attention. Call us if you are interested in volunteering or fostering.

We are still offering our Vet Assistance Program, designed to help ensure your dog is able to see a veterinarian for care when needed, as well as our $60 Food Voucher Program. The food vouchers are redeemable at Uptown Dog on Route 28A in West Falmouth or at Falmouth Pet Center on Route 28 near Stop & Shop. To participate in either or both programs, please call our office at 508-548-7742 and leave a message specifying what you need. Please be sure to slowly and clearly state your name and phone number.

When we have dogs for adoption, you can visit Friends of Falmouth Dogs Wednesday – Friday, from 9 to 11 AM and 3 to 5 PM; Saturday, 9 to 11 AM; and Sunday, from 3 to 5 PM. Call for an appointment.

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