Baltimore Animal Care and Rescue Shelter (BARCS) — Part II – Shelter dogs in need of furever homes
I am excited about a long-term Dog Photography Project that I am working on with the Baltimore Animal Rescue Care Shelter (BARCS) as well as some local dog rescue organizations. I hope to share further information in the future. You can view Part I here.
For now, I can share some color photographs of these doggies pictured below in the hopes that they receive furever homes! If you are interested in fostering or adopting any of these dogs pictured below, please contact BARCS for further information. Please consider dog rescue! Biscuit’s story illustrates that we can make a positive difference and impact in one dog’s life.
Brief Description of the dogs in the order they are pictured below.
1. Lux — is a male terrier-pit bull mix, approximately 7 months old. Lux is very handsome with gorgeous eyes! Lux is very calm and he has great leash manners. He loves to sun himself outside and he also likes to cuddle! Lux is very gentle and he would make a terrific family pet.
2. Argyle — is a male terrier-pit bull mix, approximately 3 years old. Argyle is very handsome, calm and relaxed, and he enjoys attention and treats! Argyle also walks well on a leash!
3. Gamma — is a female shepherd mix, approximately 1.5 years old. Good news — Gamma was adopted this week!
4. Millie — is a female terrier-pit bull mix, approximately 7 years old. Millie is a love bug. She is very sweet and gentle. She would love to have a furever home with people who adore her.