Rosalie is the dog who makes everyone say, “Awwwww.” This 2-year-old, reddish brown brindle Terrier mix is an attention-getter with that one ear that points straight up to the sky, while the other flops downward toward the ground. She’s very good at wagging her little body onto an available lap and into everyone’s heart, all the while giving tender kisses and sloppy grins. But she’s most famous for her tiny tongue as it hangs out her between her flopsy little jowls. No need to look any further for the dog of your dreams because she’s available now at the Greenwood County Animal Shelter.
Paprika — Adopted
Paprika certainly is the spice of life, but this 3½-month-old tends to lean toward the milder version of the seasoning. She’s content to be curled up and lounging in a cushy, round bed and spending evenings with candlelight and soft music. Having company with a fellow feline brings out a little playfulness in Paprika, but after not much time she settles back down for her precious beauty sleep. A brilliant black and winter white coat, complete with little black gloves, Paprika gives a calm, relaxed home the perfect amount of flavor.
The adoption fees are free for both featured pets through September 2, 2017. To see these and other available dogs and cats for adoption, visit the Greenwood County Animal Shelter at 235 Wilbanks Circle, Monday through Saturday, 11a to 4:30p.