Meet Helen, This Week’s Adoptable Running Dog

helen lead2You may remember this week’s adoptable running dog, Helen. We featured this cute pup back in November. And yep: She’s STILL at Street Tails, eight months later. (Insert all the tear emojis here.) This gal, who happens to be deaf, is all about running, hiking and road-tripping. So if you are an adventurer who needs a escape mate, you can learn more about her below.

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Meet Bingo and Butter, This Week’s Adoptable Walking Dogs 

Bingo and Butter.

Butter (left) and Bingo (right).

This week, we’ve got not one, but TWO adoptable pups for you guys to stare at with hearts in your eyes. These two, Bingo and Butter, come as a pair, and if you’re lacking in motivation to get off the couch and get moving — especially when it feels like a freakin’ sauna outside — these two walking lovers may give you just the extra push you need (in the form of sad puppy eyes) to lace up your sneaks and head out for a walk. Learn more about them below. Read more »

Meet Clementine, This Week’s Super-Sweet Adoptable Running Dog

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Clementine takes a running break in the grass.

Here reporting for duty to brighten up Friday: Clementine, a current resident at Northern Liberties’s Street Tails Animal Rescue. This sweet gal is fan of running in the Wissahickon AND snuggling on the couch afterward. In other words, she’s the perfect significant other. Learn more about her below. Read more »

Meet Jackie, This Week’s Adoptable Running Dog

jackie leadI’m going to go ahead and call this week’s adoptable running dog Jackie the Beyoncé of running dogs. Why’s that you ask? Well, for one, she has a GREAT smile (evidence to the left), and two, she can kind of do it all: She can match your pace while running, run alongside you as you bike, and cheer you up with kisses when you feel like you’re going to keel over mid-run. Learn more about this sweet gal below. Read more »

Meet Autumn, This Week’s Adoptable Running Dog

Autumn smelling the flowers.

Autumn smelling the flowers.

I don’t really see any point in telling you more about Autumn, because I feel like you’ve probably already jumped out of your desk chair to go pick her up after seeing her stopping and smelling the flowers like the cutest creature on earth in the photo above. Am I right? Thought so. (But just in case, you can learn more about her below.) Read more »

Meet Cinnamon Buns, This Week’s Adoptable Running Dog

This week’s adoptable running dog, Cinnamon Buns, hasn’t gotten much running in with the Monster Milers yet, but they think she’d make for a great shorter-distance running partner. And she will definitely make for a great life partner, seeing as she loves just about everyone and everything, especially humans. Learn more about her below. Read more »

Meet Bella, This Week’s Adoptable Running Dog

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This week’s adoptable running Dog Bella is a pretty (hence the name, duh), energetic gal who is looking for someone to get out and move with her. If you’re looking for a reason to put the Netflix down and pick up your running shoes, it seems you guys would make the perfect match. Learn more about her below. Read more »

Meet Bob Barker, This Week’s Adoptable Power-Walking Dog 

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Meet Bob Barker, your new favorite walking buddy.

This week, instead of an adoptable running dog, we’ve got an adoptable walking dog for you all to “awwww” at — and maybe go scoop up from PAWS 2nd Street adoption center in Old City! (Because despite what us Be Wellers might think, not everyone in the world is absolutely obsessed with running.) Learn more about Bob Barker, an energetic, super social guy, below. Read more »

Meet Ronin, This Week’s Adoptable Running Dog

Photo by Guillermo T.B.

Photo by Guillermo T.B.

This week’s adoptable running dog, Ronin, is a big fan of pounding the pavement, and his enthusiasm will turn you into a fan too (if you aren’t already). The Milers think he’d make a great training partner, so if you’re on the hunt for a partner to tackle your weekly miles with, head on over to ACCT to scoop him up! But first, learn more about him below.
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