Guava is a handsome Potcake puppy from the Humane Society of Grand Bahama. This little boy was rescued from an egg farm. He’s a a super snuggler, is crate-trained, house broken and is learning his basic command. Guava plays well with other dogs and is food motivated. If you would like to meet this precious pup, please complete an online Adoption Application at www.outpaws.com.
Hi all. Please consider opening up your home this holiday season to a dog in need. There are lots of potcakes that need loving families.
Peaches, a “purebred Potcake” from Freeport is looking for a new home. She is not even 6 months old. Peaches was adopted from the HSGB as a tiny puppy and has been in a loving home with a fur sibling and three girls aged 10 to 15. The family is having some sort of a crisis and the mom and the girls will go back to Alaska until at least next summer. The older dog and dad are staying in Freeport. Go figure???? anyhow, they decided to give up little Peaches. Tip, that runs HSGB, didn’t want to bring her back to the shelter for obvious reasons and was lucky to find a lady who flew over last Sunday and was willing to bring Peaches over.
Peaches (we think she looks more like a “Foxy”) is fostered by Mandy, Mike and their two 4-legged kids. She is doing great. She was at the dog park yesterday and loved it. Peaches loves to play and to cuddle. Anyone that is looking to adopt a great little Potcake please email me for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org
This is her on the right.
Potcake Puppy lift update:
The reason why we have not had a puppy lift for a while is that Delta doesn’t accept our Bahamian health certificates anymore. They want health certificates issued by a US vet which is financially and logically impossible for us. We are working and trying to convince Delta . Can you imagine, if Delta flew cargo out of Freeport they would accept Bahamian health certificates for the dogs to travel anywhere in the US… and why should Delta care where the health certificate is issued if the dogs have already cleared customs well before boarding any Delta aircraft. Very frustrating……..
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Congrats to Carol from New Jersey.
Barracuda Blue is the winner of the name contest. Here is her potcake Molly rocking it.
Congratulations to Carol from New Jersey. She is the winner of the collar naming contest. Thanks to everyone that submitted a name.
Amanda from Alm0st Home Rescue in Nassau asked me to help out with one of her rescues. Coast was found with some serious injuries. Amanda made sure he was given the medical attention he desperately needed and found him a home. He now lives in Boston with his new family. We certainly enjoyed having him around.
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