Hi, I’m Joey! I’m looking for someone special and kind to love and cuddle. I hope you like shadows because that’s what my foster parents call me because I follow them around wherever they go. They say I’m special because I like to spin. Hey! Spinning is fun! And I’ve been doing it since I was a puppy (10 years now) so I had no idea it’d make me special. I’d really like my forever home to have someone around a lot if possible, or at least have another iggie that I can cuddle up with while they’re gone. It’s probably best that I’m in a home with adults only though since fast movement or someone grabbing at me can startle me. Oh! Guess what! I learned to use the dog door in the last few weeks and boy does that make life easier--for everyone. OK, so I must be honest and tell you my flaws. I’m not a fan of getting my nails trimmed or going to the vet. And I do have a few health idiosyncrasies that my foster parents can tell you about. One thing is, I need special food that keeps my tummy from getting sick and I have to eat on stairs. I know… strange. But my foster mommy made a set of stairs just for me and they get to come with me to my new home. There are a couple of other things to discuss as well if you’re interested in being my forever mommy or daddy. I really hope to find one soon so I can claim my new parents.
Joey is being fostered in the Vancouver, WA area. Washington/Oregon residents who want to begin the process to adopt an IGCA Rescue dog, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn about the IGCA adoption process and receive an application, which may also be downloaded here: Download IGRF Rescue Application . We are always willing to consider placing a dog out of state, but applicants are asked to apply to and work with us through their local IGCA Rep.
Dogs available for adoption are also listed on petfinder.com.