March Madness is here! You’ve waited all year for it and now it’s finally here! With no concept of time these dogs are delighted that it’s back again so soon. Whether you’re a Tar Heels fan or a die hard Wildcats supporter, everybody is primed and ready with their brackets this weekend.
But if you think YOU’RE excited for March Madness, think again. These dogs’ excitement goes to 15.
1.”Suited up and ready to go! Just put me in the game coach! Gimme a chance! C’mon coach I swear the arms are real!”
2. “I love the game so much I just wanna eat it! Must. Get Whole. Ball. In. Mouth.”
3. “Yau meam rike viff???”
4. Straight up BALLER.
5. “You think I’m a Jayhawks fan? What gave it away? Was it the bandana?”
6. “A 2 pointer in dog is 14 points!”
7. I’ve got a fever. And it calls for more Michigan State Basketball. Seriously, I’m really hot right now. If I could sweat I would be sweating buckets right now. Pure SPARTAN sweat.
8. Bring it! HOOPS FOR DAAAAAAAYYYYYYSSSSS!
9. “Good Evening. I’m Boxer McBoxerton here with your Bark-uweather forecast letting you know it’s gonna HURRICANE!!”
10. SLAM DUNK!!!!! Move over Sheldon McClellan! Who runs the court now? <Paw pump> Woof! Woof! Woof!
11. “I’m BUGGING OUT for Baylor!! Go Bears GRRRRRRRRRUFF!”
12. “Where’s the court? Where’s the court? Where’s the court? I got the ball! Where’s the court? Where’s the court? Where’s the court? Where’s the court?”
Are you looking for a fun dog? An oh-so-happy, wiggly-butt dog of silliness? Then, look no further. You must meet Lady … Hi there, my name is Lady! Have you by chance seen my ball? Any ball will do – deflated basketball, deflated volleyball, tennis ball, softball, dog ball – I'm happy to see any or all of them. I love toys! I am friendly and I also love people. I get so excited to see them that I can't stop wagging my entire body, not just the tail, my entire body wags for you. I have a contagious smile and a heart of gold. I love to play. I am only 1 year old. Here at the shelter, we have to wait our turn to go outside to play and take a walk. Because my cage is at the end, I wait patiently all day – the last one to go out. While the other dogs are barking, jumping around and begging, I sit and wait quietly, patiently for my turn. That's unheard of in a large shelter with hundreds of dogs who want out as soon as possible. It just shows you what a gem I am. A lucky family is going to be very happy to take me home and add me to their family. Please just give me a chance! Adoption fee: $75. Adopt a pair: $115. Fee includes testing, deworming, vaccinations, spay/neuter, 60 days of free pet insurance and microchip.I live at the Oakland County Animal Control and Pet Adoption Center at 1700 Brown Rd in Auburn Hills. You can visit me there any time the shelter is open. The shelter will not put me up for adoption because of my appearance, so my only way out of the shelter alive is through a rescue.To adopt, if you have a fenced yard, call Shannon with MPEP at 586-530-7511.To adopt, if you do not have a fenced yard, send an email to Rejoyceful Rescue at firstname.lastname@example.org or apply online at www.rejoycefulrescue.com/#!adoptapp/c1gm9.VISIT: Oakland County Animal Control and Pet Adoption Center, 1700 Brown Rd in Auburn Hills any time the shelter is open, Monday – Friday from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. or Saturdays from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Posted by Paws for Life Animal Rescue on Tuesday, January 26, 2016
13. “We may look calm and collected, but inside we are LOSING OUR FREAKING MINDS!!!! BLUE DEVILS! BLUE DEVILS! BLUE DEVILS!! Be cool Buttons, be cool.”
14. “TRAVELING. TRAVELING!”
15. “Can I’s still play if I didn’t get into a college schools?”