Meet Adoptable Beeps


Meet Adoptable Beeps!

This boy is a very special case we have agreed to take on with the great people at SPCA International. Beeps even has his own Dodo story. Will someone open up their home and heart to help foster this boy until we can get him adopted? Or that wants to adopt him.

Here is his bio:
Beeps is a male, 1.5 year old, 25-35 lb, beautiful mixed breed rescue dog from Thailand. He was hit by a car in Thailand when he was just a few months old and lost the use of his hind legs. Paralyzed dogs have no chance of being adopted in Thailand, so his only hope was a home in North America. After a year of looking, a great family wanted to adopt him and Beeps was brought to Seattle in December 2017. But his new family experienced a dire medical emergency shortly thereafter and now needs to urgently find him a new home. Beeps once again finds himself adrift without much hope. Can you help? He is a playful puppy full of energy. He is medium in size. He enjoys his wheels but moves SO FAST without them too. Amazingly, he has bladder control and is pee-pee potty trained. He does not have control of his bowels, however. A drag bag and diaper should help him immensely. He gets along with other dogs having grown up in a Thailand shelter with lots of four-legged playmates. (His current placement also has two dogs and they get along famously.) As a spoiled puppy, he could use some training. But he will be a quick learner because he is very eager to please. He loves stuffed toys and loves to play dogs and people. He will be the silliest, most popular guy at your dog park! Won’t you take him in? He will the be a light in your life, you will be saving him and helping a family in a very difficult circumstance. His attitude toward cats and kids are unknown. We will supply all you need for Beeps for the first few months and help with any initial vet visits if need be. But Beeps has been cleared healthy and ready for action! 🐕❤️

Please private message us and apply at if you’re interested in fostering or fostering to adopt Beeps.