Skip to main content

See also:

Blue-eyed husky and shepherd mix: Help this young dog find her perfect home

Meet Zoey - 48 pounds of kindness, energy, and love. Who says you can't find a gorgeous dog to adopt?
Almost Home-No Kill Shelter

Zoey is a beautiful dog; her dark sable coat contrasts with her sapphire blue eyes. Just one-year old and full of energy, this husky and German shepherd mix just wants to please.

Almost Home - No Kill Shelter has been Zoey's temporary home, and is located in Southfield, Mich. The organization is dedicated to finding homes for the homeless, and want to be sure Zoey finds the right place to help her become a perfect canine citizen.

At this time, Zoey needs to be gently taught how to behave; we all know how mischievous puppies can be, and this beautiful youngster is no exception. Because she is so full of energy, the perfect home will want to be active with her; take walks, go hiking, and share some playtime in the park. Teach her tricks, basic commands, and helping Zoey develop her sharp mind are prerequisites for this clever young dog's new family.

According to the organization's Facebook page, and a link especially concentrating on Zoey's needs, her caretakers suggest this dog be placed in a home with older children; not that Zoey has any issues, but she can be extremely active and wouldn't want to knock a small child over with her 48 pounds of puppy hood. While Zoey doesn't have any experience living with other dogs; that would have be on a one-to-one "meet and greet." On the subject of cats, Zoey seems to think felines are meant to be chased.

Zoey is up to date on all of her vaccinations and has been spayed.

If you're interested in adopting this beauty, please click here.

Follow Zoey's Facebook thread by clicking here.

A volunteer who spent time with Zoey had this to say:

"Cherry Poulos - I spent a lot of time with this beautiful girl on Sunday and she is amazing. One of the most beautiful and gentle dogs I have ever had the privilege to spend time with."

Need we say more? Please don't shop when you can adopt.

If you would like to continue receiving the latest news on pet issues and how we can help those who cannot speak, please click the "Subscribe" icon.

Follow the National Pet Rescue Examiner on Facebook by clicking here. Please visit and "like" my page. You are welcome to submit story ideas by contacting me at cdhanna9703@aol.com.