Darla - in Maine!
Newest update: June 2017
Darla is here and doing wonderfully. She plays with the other dogs in her foster home and is loving life. She is making great progress on housetraining and crate training and will make a new family very happy! She is as sweet as she is beautiful! She loves her food and she really likes all the extras, sweet potato, egg, cottage cheese and veggies, raw or cooked. She loves to play fetch and she plays hard with the big dogs in her foster home, especially Kendall, a Lucky Pup alum!
Darla is the most active of her siblings and needs an playful, fun family who is ready to tire her out and have some fun. She would likely excel at agility, dock dogs or flyball! What a cutie! We think a family with another active dog and some older kids would be an awesome match for her. We haven't seen her with younger kids, though in her southern foster home she met kids and did great!
Darla is 6 months old now and doing awesome! We would guess she is 30 lbs or so now.
Before they came to us this is what our rescue partners told us: The Little Rascals are as sweet as they are adorable. They are outgoing and friendly, and all of them are good with the other dogs in their foster home. They love children, and to rumble tumble with each other. They are already learning how to use the doggie door to go out. Cotton is the biggest at around 30 lbs and Darla is approx 18 lbs.
The rascals were in a home with two unspayed mama dogs that gave birth about the same time so the owners didn’t even know which puppies belonged to which female; the mamas raised their puppies together so it didn’t matter at all to them! Since the females were allowed to roam the neighborhood noone knows who the dad(s) are to the babies. The moms appear to be lab mixes – one looks like Waldo, possibly a lab/terrier mix and he other looks like Jane and Spanky, a smaller terrier mix. Whatever they are they are 100 % adorable!
If you have interest in meeting Darla or any of our cuties, fill out the adoption application.
Please note: we do not have a physical facility where the dogs are housed. They are cared for in our wonderful foster network throughout New England. It is our expectation that, once approved, a potential family will meet the dog(s) in the foster setting where they are feeling safe and loved.
Thank you for considering rescue!