Tuesday, March 10, 2009

Adopt Guinness at the Louisiana SPCA


Brindle dogs don't have it easy. In fact, they are the second most difficult type of dog to place. (The first being any black dog.) But Guinness is a wonderful striped boy who made it to adoption row at the Louisiana SPCA. Now, after ten days, he may be running out of time. So go pay him some attention!

UPDATE: Guinness is now a Sula foster dog.

4 comments:

joanna said...

Why are brindles hard to adopt? I've never heard that before!

kfoz said...

People don't like them. I often hear people talk about brindle dogs being wild, as if their coat predicts behavior.

joanna said...

I won't introduce them to my dog, then! Haha...no he's just a puppy, so he has an excuse. ;)

emilyrobs said...

A volunteer at the LA-SPCA did a study a few years ago and determined that brindle dogs were the #1 least likely color of dog to be adopted from the Louisiana SPCA. I can get her to send it to you if you like.

He looks like Senor TJ...