Shelter Sunday: Save the Animals Foundation, Cincinnati, OH

Welcome to a brand new feature on doggies.com.  Each Sunday, I will pick a shelter somewhere in the United States (at random) and feature a dog who is waiting for a forever home.  Even if you can’t take this particular dog, please consider going to your own local shelter and picking up a new member for your family.

Not sure where to go?  You can search PetFinder’s shelter database here.

This week’s feature d dog:   Delilah, from  Save the Animals Foundation, Cincinnati, OH

Delilah is an adult female Chow-Chow Shepherd Mix.  Her former owners had her since she was a pup. One day, they decided that–with three kids and full-time jobs–they didn’t have room in their lives for Delilah or for her big, nine-year-old canine brother. Delilah is not fond of shelter life; but when she has a volunteer-friend sitting with her, she lights up and turns to goo. She really misses having a home and humans of her own. She is in search of a family that will consider her a blessing, not a burden. Born 10/06

Save The Animals’ Rules:

  • All of our animals are spayed/neutered and current on shots.
  • You must complete an application at the shelter prior to meeting any of our animals. (Sorry–our application is not available on-line or via email.)
  • We do not do same-day adoptions; we ask that you return for a follow-up visit before taking an animal home.
  • We require a fenced yard (sorry–no invisible fences) for homes with children under age 13.
  • We do request vet and personal references.
  • At this time, we are only able to consider applicants within 150 miles of Cincinnati.

Please let me know if you adopt Delilah or another shelter dog.  I’d love to do a feature on a happy adoption story.

Until next time,

Good day, and good dog!

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