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Meet Charlie!

Meet Charlie!

Meet Charlie! He's a 4-year-old Chihuahua mix who lost his home when the landlord wouldn't let him stay. This slightly chubby pup weighs 15 pounds and is too cute with his perky ears and curled up tail. Charlie can be a bit shy when meeting new people, but once he warms up to you he becomes Mr. Personality! He moves quickly on his walks despite his little legs and is quite the prancer. Lollypop Farm recommends that Charlie go to a home with older kids and he needs to meet everyone in the family. He also needs to meet any dogs already living in the home to make sure everyone will get along. Training classes will help Charlie improve his confidence and his new adopter will receive a discount on their first 6 week session together.

Meet Baby!

Meet Baby! Baby may be the sweetest dog you'll ever meet! She's a 1-year-old Pit Bull mix who was transferred to Lollypop Farm from another shelter after being found as a stray. Baby weighs 54 pounds and has the most gorgeous brown eyes, and a wiggly tail especially when she smells treats. She can be a bit shy at first, but once she gets to know you she is a sweet girl who just wants to be a lap dog! Baby does great on a leash, and likes to stick close to your side when she's out in the courtyard. Training classes will help boost Baby's confidence. Her new adopter will receive a discount on their first 6 week session together. Lollypop Farm recommends that Baby go to a home with kids age 10 or older and she needs to meet any dogs already living in the home to make sure everyone will get along. This weekend is Lollypop Farm's Barktober Fest so stop into the shelter to meet Baby during this fun, family friendly event.

Meet Jade!

Meet Jade! Jade is our Pet of the Week, but also Lollypop Farm's Staff Pick of the Week as well. Adopt Jade for 50% off her adoption fee!

Jade is a sweet dog who in no way looks or acts her age. She is 9 years old, but has energy and enthusiasm to spare. Once in the court yard to have her picture taken, she chased the tennis balls, raced after any bird she saw and seemed to really enjoy her time off leash. She does well on a leash, but perhaps needs more practice. At 51 pounds she is a solid girl. She takes treats very gently and loved having her ears rubbed and nose scratched. Jade has a history of being very afraid of thunderstorms, so her new adopters should speak to someone in the Behavior Department to get tips on helping her overcome this. She is available in the Seniors-for-Seniors program. Approved adopters, aged 60 or older, can bring her home with them for free. Kids 6+ is suggested as Jade seems to startle a bit at sudden noises and movement.

Meet Daisy!

Meet Daisy!

This little lady is a 2-year-old Chihuahua mix who was brought to Lollypop Farm because her owner no longer had time for her.

Daisy is 9.5 pounds of bounce and personality! She can be a bit shy when meeting new people, but warms up quickly and then loves attention and being petted. Daisy loves to cuddle and hug and would make a great couch buddy for the upcoming cooler Fall weather. Lollypop Farm recommends that Daisy go to a home with kids age 14 or older. She also needs to meet any dogs already living in the home, but may just be happiest as the only dog in the home.

Come meet Daisy at Lollypop Farm in Fairport. She has a heart full of love and wants to find the right family to share it with! To find out more about Daisy, call 223-1330 or visit her at Lollypop Farm at 99 Victor Rd., Fairport 14450.

Gilly, our "Friday's Friend" from last week, is still available!

Meet Gilly!

Meet Gilly!

This handsome guy is a 1-year-old Pit Bull mix who was transferred to Lollypop Farm from another shelter after being found as a stray. Gilly has an adorable tri-colored face and weighs 43 pounds, although he could stand to add a bit of extra weight. Gilly walks very nicely on a leash and is super affectionate! He likes to drape himself across your lap for pets and attention, and will gaze up at you during walks to make sure you're enjoying yourself just as much as he is.

Lollypop Farm recommends that Gilly go to a home with kids age 10 or older, and he needs to meet any dogs already living in the home. Training classes for Gilly and his new owner are always a great idea and will help Gilly polish his doggie manners. His new owner will receive a discount on their first 6-week session together. If you're looking for a great dog then come meet Gilly today!

Meet Trooper

Meet Trooper

Trooper is a 6-year-old male English Cocker Spaniel mix who was surrendered to Lollypop Farm due to owner problems. He weighs 34 pounds, and is a happy and lively guy. His whole back end wiggles when someone comes to visit him!

Trooper loves getting out in the courtyard to run and play. Tennis balls are his favorite toy and he loves to chase and play with them. Trooper walks well on a leash and is a very well-behaved dog. He needed surgery on his eyes when he first came to the shelter but he has a clean bill of health now!

Lollypop Farm recommends that Trooper go to a home with kids age 6 or older, and he needs to meet any dogs already living in the home to make sure they get along. Trooper is also eligible for the Seniors-for-Seniors program so approved adopters age 60 or older can bring him home for free! Come meet Trooper today - this sweet guy is just looking for a lap to snuggle up in!

Meet Daisy!

Meet Daisy!

Daisy is a happy bouncy pit bull mix who was brought to the shelter because her previous owner could no longer care for her. Even though Daisy is middle aged she still has quite a bit of energy to spare so long walks would be best; time in the yard by herself just isn't going to be enough for this fun lady. Daisy is still learning her basic doggie manners so she'll need a family committed to continuing her training. Luckily, Daisy does not lack enthusiasm and stamina - she is eager and ready to learn! Daisy gets scared and defensive when another dog comes into her space, so a home where she is the only dog would be ideal. She had a little issue sharing her food so the behavior department worked with her to help her learn that sharing with people is a good thing. Daisy is going to need a family who will be committed to continuing her training using positive reinforcement techniques.