Once again it is my pleasure to join a blog hop that is featuring adoptable pets. Today’s dogs were photographed by Jen Bergren from Fetchlight Pet Photography. These dogs are all currently adoptable through Australian Shepherd Rescue in San Diego.
Echo is a 5-month-old Cattle Dog mix who loves people and other dogs.
Toby is a Scottish Terrier mix. I think he’s an adorable scruffy little dog.
Scooby is a senior Australian Shepherd. He’s estimated to be 8 years old. If you are interested in learning more about either Scooby or Toby, please send a message to Australian Shepherd Rescue using this form.
When Kanga found herself a teen mom she proved to be a great one! She raised 6 puppies who are now ready to find their own homes! If Kanga could talk she would probably remind everyone to spay or neuter their pets early! Kanga is also looking for a home of her own.
Roo is an Australian Shepherd and Terrier mix puppy. She is well socialized and will probably be around 10-15 pounds as an adult.
Kessie is another one of Kanga’s puppies. She is also well socialized with kids and dogs and would make a great addition to any home!
This little poodle puppy didn’t have a name when Jen photographed it. I am unsure of its adoption status. Australian Shepherd Rescue in San Diego often has puppies for adoption, if you are interested in getting a puppy, I recommend that you contact them for an application so you can be preapproved. Also, be sure to like their Facebook page to stay up to date on adoptable dogs and events.
You can read more about all these dogs and see Kanga’s other puppies on Jen’s blog.
About Fetchlight: Jen Bergren was taking photography classes while working as an advertising graphic designer at Petco’s corporate office in San Diego, when those two interests combined and she started photographing pets for Petco. She left the corporate world in 2011 to start Fetchlight, and to have more time for her freelance design career. Jen also photographs adoptable dogs for Aussie and Others Rescue San Diego, where she adopted her orange foxy dog, Tawny.
I hope you can spare a few minutes and visit the other blogs! A few shares could make a difference for all these animals.