Liama is a slightly shy, but beautiful short haired black and white girl about 7 years old. She happened to wander into a wonderful rescuers yard where she was taken in and cared for until she reached us. Not much is known about her background, but she is coming out of her shell with the help of the volunteers who are working to get her comfortable. Once she is your friend though, she follows you and loves to be held and petted. She is VERY affectionate. Liama was exposed to dogs in her previous foster home, so slow introductions will work with a dog. Be sure to visit her at the EAPL Cat Adoption Center at Chow
Hi my name is Dallas, I am about 18mo old, (estimated birthday of 8/22/2016.) I am happy, excited, smart, curious gal. Very high energy with a sweet demeanor. Vet says 55 lb cattle-lab mix. I enjoy daily walks rain or shine. I also love snow! I need to be in a home that will provide structure and obedience training. I can live with other dogs, but am still learning how to socialize with new dogs I meet. I would love to be in a home with a runner or regular hiker. I love tug of war and playing fetch with tennis balls, but I am still learning to drop the ball. I am a picky eater. I know commands, including sit, down, and shake, but am still working on stay and come. I am looking for someone that is willing to provide me with their time, energy, and patience. I am a good candidate for agility training and I will need a secure, 6 foot fence, since I am an acrobatic contortionist. Not good for a house with children, as I nip, since I am a herding dog after all! Seems to be ok with cats. Put in an application today if you would like to meet me.
Watson, Buster, and Tiny Tim don’t know each other, but they have something very special in common. They all came from the same shelter, they were all were injured and abandoned, and all found themselves on the euthanasia list – with little hope of finding safety. But lucky for them, we have some very special fosters and donors at EAPL, with GIANT hearts – and we were able to bring them to Colorado to begin their journey to recovery and finding their forever families to love.
Watson is a 5-6mo American Staffordshire Terrier X. We all know this breed has very few options as it is, much less in the condition Watson is in. He only weighs 17lbs and is severely malnourished. He has no hair and is completely covered in open wounds and scabs. He has a massive skin infection and we have yet to find out what else. He just arrived on 11/20 and will see the vets this coming week. He can barely use his back legs and hips and this poor boy has just been through so much. Yet his spirits are great and he is super loving and sweet and just wags his little tail at everyone he sees. How could you not adore that little face that is so full of love? Keep watching for Watson updates to come.
Tiny Tim! The cutest permanent pup. He is 19 lbs and fully grown; he looks like a miniature chocolate Labrador mix. His birthday estimate is now 11/1/2014. He is malnourished, so he will get to probably 23 pounds maximum. Tiny Tim comes from Texas where he had no hope of being adopted and was on the euthanaisia list. He has a damaged radial nerve, and his front leg doesn’t function properly, but this happy little guy has no idea that he isn’t perfect, and we are not going to tell him. He may be eligible for a brace, and he may show very slow regain of function as the nerves regenerate, but the veterinarian says that this is not guaranteed and will be very slow. Tiny Tim is good with kids, curious with cats and could learn to live with cats easily, initially timid around new people and dogs but warms up VERY quickly, and then he can’t get enough of you. He is learning about his crate. He rides well in the car crate. He loves, loves, loves the idea of home!
When his foster family takes him to friends’ houses, he smiles the whole time and settles right into their house. Tiny Tim has energy and needs a dog and/or kids to play with him. He is not a dog to take running or long hikes, but he enjoys following his foster parents all over and checking out the block. He would love a fenced yard with grass to romp around and sit in the sun. He knows ‘sit’ and ‘come’. He needs work with basic obedience such as not jumping up, potty training and not nibbling. The foster family is working on those goals. The nice thing is that a 19 pound dog who jumps to say hello is different from a 90 lb jumping dog, and the vet is certain that he is over a year old because of some plaque on his adult teeth, so he won’t grow anymore. A basic obedience course would be recommended. Tiny Tim was slightly food aggressive the evening that he came in, but I would be too if I had starved on the streets. Applicants will need to teach children to give him space while he eats and would need to initially supervise food around other dogs. He was already much less protective of his meal a day and a half after arrival…knowing he is safe and that food is scheduled and plentiful must be helpful. Tiny Tim would love to learn that the world is not scary like where he came from..can you show him that? He will be neutered and is up to date on all shots. The Evergreen Animal Protective League will have him evaluated for a brace for his leg so that all options are explored. Apply so that his foster mom can call you! He really wants to eat turkey with his real family on Thanksgiving (:
Buster is the last of the group. He is a 12wk old Pointer X and only weighs about 12lbs. He was super scared when he arrived on 11/20 and didn’t understand what other dogs were or toys or just about anything. Buster has been injured quite a bit in his short life as well. He cannot use his rear leg and has a giant swollen lump on it and he also appears to have some broken ribs. He we be seeing the vets in the upcoming weeks to see what can be done for him. He is learning how to play and so gentle when meeting his foster dog siblings. He smells the little old dogs on their beds, so gently on the noses. He is very calm and sleeps with his foster kid right through the night. He absolutely hates being alone and needs to be touching a person at all times. He is afraid at first, but learns to trust right away with a gentle hand, and then never leaves your side. Buster will be just fine with a little TLC and lots of doggy toys to play with.
EAPL has a special place in our hearts for these underdogs and can’t do it without our team of fosters, adopters, supporters, and everyone in between. If you would like to help donate to their care, please visit our donation page at /donation/
Meet Guinness! Guinness is a 12wk American Bulldog X puppy. He was abandoned at a local shelter in the night drop off box. Because of his special needs, he was not a candidate for adoption. So EAPL took him into our program. As you can see from his video, he will definitely need to see our orthopedic surgeon and possibly neurology (incase he has a spinal cord problem). But he gets around just fine and is a total puppy. He loves everyone and everything and loves to play. We will keep you updated on his progress. If you would like to help and donate towards his vet bills, please visit our donations page
After 2 knee surgeries, Guinness is almost ready for his hip surgery-yay! Guinness was a night drop off box at a local shelter, but thank goodness EAPL has great fosters like Stacy Weinstein to take on big projects, like adorable Guinness:)
Stacy says “Blessed with good looks, Guinness has natural swagger. Family Vet (Evergreen) says he’s healing quickly and almost redy to fix that hip! Thanks EAPL!”
Saturday, July 25th
EAPL will be there from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm
700 12th St
Featuring our very own Shiloh!
Shiloh is a fun, playful, loving romper-chomper of a pup. At just 1.5 years she’s been through a lot. She’s had a litter of pups on her first heat, got separated from them, lived in a high-kill shelter in Houston for 45 days, where she was spayed. She then was transferred to CO with EAPL to save her from euthanization.
Shiloh is very sweet and VERY affectionate. Loves to cuddle. Wonderful with children (currently in a foster home with an 8 & 2 yo). Gets along great with other dogs, very playful. Good on and off leash (likes to stay close). Zero aggression with food or at the fence when another dog passes. She is silly and energetic when she plays. Completely house broken and knows how to use the dog door. Listens very well to instruction and easily learns new commands. Great family dog!