Handsome Obi is our Adopt-A-Bull of The Week. He’s almost 3 years old and currently in an upstate New York foster home. Will you help us spread the word so that his forever family can find him?
Obi’s foster mom describes him as “a big personality in a small body”, weighing in just below 40 pounds and only 16 inches tall. He is doing great with training and structure, and he knows many commands like sit, stay, down, wait, off, shake, and drop it. Check out a couple of videos of Obi by clicking here and here.
This sweet boy looks forward to his daily walks, and will wait by the door when he knows it is time to go for a walk. He loves toys, especially puzzle toys, and is a happy dog with a clown-like personality. He loves people, including children. Clearly, he’ll make an excellent companion for a very lucky family!
Obi does really well with his foster sister, Mia, and would thrive in a home with routine and structure and another dog who is calm and respectful. No small dogs or kitties for Obi.
If you would like to make Obi a permanent part of your family, please visit the Pibbles & More website to complete an adoption application.
Would you like to help Obi but you’re not able to bring a new dog into your home? No worries, here are 2 ways you can still make a difference and you don’t even have to leave home:
- See those buttons at the end of this post? Use them to share Obi’s story on your favorite social media networks. No matter where you live, sharing Obi with your friends and family online can help him find his forever home;
- Send Obi a gift from his Amazon wish list! While he’s in his foster home, you can make sure this sweet boy has everything he needs by sending a welcome surprise from his list.
It’s so easy to help dogs in need, and as you can see, it doesn’t require a big time commitment on your part. It doesn’t even require you to leave the house. It just takes a moment to change a life, and that’s what we’re asking you to do today.
So can we count on you? Will you please share Obi’s story with your friends? We sure would appreciate your help!