MEET OUR ADOPTABLE DOG FOR OCTOBER—LILY!

 

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!! 

Welcome Lily!! To put it simply, Lily is GORGEOUS! Lily is an approximate 3.5-year-old petite pit mix at just 45lbs. Pocket Pittie! She is crate trained, walks like a lady on a leash, and is an all-around good girl!

She’s smart too—she knows to sit, down, come, leave it, back, and thank you. Lily is lovable and very very cuddly—she loves her people! She would do great in a home that can take her on daily walks and maybe other activities that can keep her mind sharp! She’s a delightfully active & curious pup!

 

Some more information about Lily:

Once she knows you want to be her BFF she will never want to leave your side. She will be your #1 fan for sure!

Lily has not been cat tested and would prefer a home without young children. Lily is not leash reactive at all, but will thrive in a home without other dogs. She would thrive with parents that can continue her confidence building & training to make her the superstar pup we know she is!

Lily is spayed and up to date on vaccines. She is eager to meet you and see if you will be her person! She is getting spoiled and loved in Denver, CO, and is ready to find her furever home. Please spread the word about this great adoptable dog. She is open for adoption to anyone in Colorado.

 

Some more photos of Lily:

 

To learn more about Lily:

To find out more about Lily, please contact Do Over Dogs! And remember if she gets adopted in October, Dylan & Rainey will match the adoption fees paid for her to Do Over Dogs!

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

 


Do Over Dogs

Do Over Dogs is a foster-based, 501(c)(3) organization that gives at-risk dogs from the shelter environment a second chance at life. We focus our rescue efforts on dogs and puppies that are at high risk of euthanasia.