Find-a-Friend Friday: Lilly

June 15th, 2012 11:00 am by Kelly


Time for a montage! A LILLY montage!
Photos courtesy of T.A.I.L.S..


Lilly is a tiny little lass from Texas who was saved from a high kill shelter by a good samaritan at the last moment. Now she needs a forever home, so her foster parent can save more of her canine brothers and sisters. Step up maybe? You’ll get plenty of love, affection, and devotion in return!


Courtesy Listing – Lilly
Corgi/Shepherd Mix: An adoptable dog in Kansas City, MO
Small • Adult • Female

Adorable little Corgi Shepherd Mix Dog needs a home

This is my newest foster, Lilly. I rescued her from a high kill shelter in Fort Worth, TX the day they were going to euthanize her for being “Too fearful/shy”. She is the sweetest little thing who just wants lots of love & attention. The vet estimates she is between 4-7 years old & she has been spayed, micro-chipped & is up to date on all of her shots. She has short stalky legs like a corgi but a shep face. I would also say she is around 15lbs. as far as her personality goes she is so sweet & affectionate & just all around willing to please. She loves to play fetch with her ball & go for walks & when she’s ready to chill, she prefers the cushions on the back of the couch.

The only bad thing I have encountered with her is that she is possessive of her food & toys with my other dog which I am sure is probably a product of her being in a shelter for over 2 months. That’s why I listed her as preferably going to a home with no dogs/children or to someone who was willing to work with her on that.

She also loves to run & is super fast (I seriously witnessed her on the tail of a rabbit & you know how fast those things are!). The volunteer told me that she would keep running if given the chance so she would need to be on a leash outside or in a fenced in area. She is also potty-trained as long as you don’t leave her in too long. I think that’s about it.

She needs a permanent home where she will be spoiled like she deserves! Message me if you are interested in meeting her. 🙂 re-homing fee: $50.00

This dog is a Courtesy Listing and is not actually fostered through T.A.I.L.S This dog is located in kansas city, mo If you would like to meet this dog please email me at

More about Courtesy Listing – Lilly
Spayed/Neutered • Up-to-date with routine shots • House trained • Primary colors: Golden, White or Cream • Coat length: Medium


Find-a-Friend Friday: Radar (Love!)

April 8th, 2011 9:29 am by Kelly


Meet Radar, a chocolate-colored pit bull with beautiful brown eyes and the biggest, happiest smile
you’ve ever seen! And look how he wears that harness, oh so handsomely!
Photos via T.A.I.L.S.

Are you ready for some Radar Love?!? ‘Cause T.A.I.L.S. has got about 50 pounds of the stuff, all wrapped up in a cute pibble package, available for take out! As in, bring him home like yesterday!

Pit Bull Terrier Mix: An adoptable dog in Kansas City, MO
Medium • Adult • Male


I need a home. Foster or adopt me!

Radar is a sweet pit bull with huge bat ears. He is a loving companion and will do well in a home without smaller dogs and without cats. He is receptive to correction. Radar is a medium energy level dog and just wants to be around people. He wants nothing more than to snuggle on the couch and sleep in a comfy bed. Radar is house trained and kennel trained and listens very well. Radar needs a calm, assertive pack leader to truly shine! He responds well to leadership, and will need to go to a home (foster or adoptive) that understands that and is willing to work with him. Above all though, Radar is a sweet as can be boy. Can you help him?

Can you offer Radar the forever home he is looking for? Fill out an application today!

Don’t think you can offer Radar a home? Won’t you sponsor him instead then? You can sponsor Radar through our website at

More about Radar
Spayed/Neutered • Up-to-date with routine shots • House trained • Prefers a home without: cats



If oversized, sickly sweet dogs aren’t your thing (WTF NOT!?!), T.A.I.L.S. is also in need of foster and/or adoptive homes for some undersized, sickly sweet shepherd mix pups who were found, abandoned in the February cold with mange, and subsequently relinquished to T.A.I.L.S. by a kind vet who refused to “euthanize” (read: kill) them. Jolly, Patches, and Tootie are their names – and, like Radar, I bet love is their game! Also: actual games. Dogs are the shiz like that, yo!