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RAGE Rescue of the Week – Solo

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Meet Solo!

Although he had a rough start in life living outside on a chain which was embedded in his neck, he still has plenty of love to go around.

He is about 10-12 months old and is just a big puppy. He is just now learning his manners and has come such a long way as he is quite smart. He knows basic commands such as “sit” & “down”, and is currently learning to “stay”. He walks good on a leash & takes treats very gently. Solo is super friendly with people, good with kids (but can get a bit excited at times), good with other dogs, and harmless with cats; although he currently lives with a kitty & thinks it’s fun to make him run.

Solo is such a happy boy and thrives on attention and is very eager to please…his favorite spot is right next to you. When he is sleepy, he wants nothing more than to be as close to you on the couch so he can cuddle.

Solo is so ready for his forever home and to have a family of his own to love. He would be best suited with an active person or family that will continue to teach him new things and give him structure.

If you would like to meet Solo, please visit our website at www.dfwrescueme.org and fill out our online adoption application. For questions, please email us at adopt@dfwrescueme.org.

RAGE is the Richie and Greggo Extravaganza heard afternoons 2-7pm on 105.3 The Fan. Richie Whitt and Greg Williams will s-paw-tlight one dog a week to help find a new home.

4 Comments

  1. Is he a pit bull? Is he house trained yet? He is adorable!

  2. What a cute boy! Is he available for foster or only adoption?

  3. His eyes are almost begging to please take him to a loving home. I wish we could. I hope and pray he’ll be in a permanent loving home soon.

  4. I got posts from DFW Rescue me on my Facebook Page. These two pictures were of injured dogs who could not possibly be saved. I know you do not publish such evil pictures of horribly injured dogs. I wonder why I got them. No one I’ve met at your adoption sites on Greenville Ave in Dallas would ever send such horrid promotional publicity to appeal to sympathetic clients. I keep trying to figure out who sent it. I suspect its some ne’er-do-well Internet scammer. But how do they know that I’ve been trying to adopt one of your rescue dogs? I wish someone could figure out who is doing it and tell them to cut it out! it’s like doublecrossing your volunteers and your needy dogs.

    Thank you for reading this.

    Linda Echols
    5330 Vanderbilt Ave.
    Dallas TX 75206
    214 823 1915

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