MEET OUR ADOPTABLE DOG FOR MAY—JUNE!

 

adoptable dog

 

Are you are looking to bring a new dog into your home?! Well, look no further and bring home this cute adoptable dog.

You can help change the life of this very deserving dog either by adopting her yourself or sharing her details with your friends!! 

I’m June and I’m a 6-month-old mix. My sister and I were rescued after my foster mommy saw us being given away in a Denver area parking lot. I weigh about 30 pounds right now but I am a growing girl. The person who gave me away said that I am an American Bulldog and Pitbull mix.

I am very smart and can figure a way to get to where I wants to go! And I would love a yard to run and play, but I do need a family who can be proactive and keep me safe.

I would love a family who will take me for long walks or even runs to burn off some of my puppy energy.

I am learning how to walk with a leash and am crate trained. And I am also doing well with my potty training. I also understand “no,” “sit,” and my name.

 

Some more information about June:

June likes to chew, but will need supervision and safe chew toys for her size and age. June can be a proper young lady with a bow in her hair or a country gal in a cowboy hat. She just wants a family where she can give unconditional love and lots of kisses.

June is getting spoiled and loved near Denver, CO, and is ready to find her forever home. Please spread the word about this great adoptable dog. If you are willing to travel to Denver to meet your new best friend, the rescue will consider out-of-state adopters.

 

Some more photos of June:

 

To learn more about June:

To find out more about June, please contact From Forgotten to Forever. And remember if she gets adopted this month, Dylan & Rainey will match the adoption fees paid for her!!

We will keep you updated throughout the month with updates and photos on social media, so make sure to follow us!

 


From Forgotten to Forever

From Forgotten to Forever started in 2015 with the mission of saving dogs and cats that are at a high risk of euthanasia. They help save the lives of animals from New Mexico, Texas, and remote areas of Colorado.