Dogs are looking for homes
Chief is a friendly dog with a good temperment.
He is fine with female dogs.
He is smart, learns quickly and walks on a leash.
He would make a good running companion.
Tanner was left in the woods tied to a tree.
According to ARC officials, he could not get loose to get food or water.
He was so skinny when he was rescued.
In spite of all this, Tanner is friendly, good with cats and dogs and is not food aggressive.
For more information on them, contact their foster caregiver by email at email@example.com. The dogs will be available for adoption at The Animal Rescue Center, 36370 Vine St., Eastlake, from 4 to 8 p.m. today and noon to 5 p.m. Saturday. For more detaisl, visit arc-ohio.org.
Also looking for a home is O-jay, a young basset mix available for adoption at the Geauga Dog Shelter, 12513 Merritt Road, Chardon.
According to shelter officials, O-jay is good with other dogs and is always happy to see everyone.