Ummmmmm, can we all just take a moment to appreciate the undeniable cuteness of this week’s adoptable running pup? His name is Slush Puppie (yes, with an i and an e), and he’s not yet a year old, so he’s new to the running game. That said, the Monster Milers are confident he’ll make for a great running partner once he grows up a little bit. Learn more about him below.
Rocky fans, we’ve found your four-legged soulmate. This week’s adoptable pup, Rocky, is currently hanging out at ACCT, but we’re pretttttty sure he’d rather be running the Rocky steps with you. Learn more about him below.
Be warned: You’re about to shake your head at humanity for a minute. This week’s adoptable running dog, a one-year-old pup by the name of Sugar Plum, was kept outside for most of her life before being surrendered to ACCT, sick and underweight. (Shaking your head at humanity? I told you.) But a rough first year of life doesn’t stop her from being as sweet as can be, once she warms up to you. And the Monster Milers think that, once she’s back in tip-top shape, she’ll make a great running partner. Learn more about her below.
This week’s adoptable running dog is a small bundle of run-loving energy. And his name is — drumroll, please — Buddy. What better name for your new favorite running buddy, eh? Learn more about him below.
Looking for someone to keep you on your walking game throughout the colder months? Meet Sunshine, a 10-pound pup who loves to walk — even when the temps drop. One could even say she brings the sunshine to a blustery winter day. (See what we did there?) Learn more about her below.
This week’s adoptable running dog is a fluffy Lion-lookalike by the name of Rinchen. As I’m sure you can see, he’s adorable — and his foster parents, both distance runners, say he’s turning into quite the good running buddy. Learn more about him below.
The Monster Milers describe this week’s adoptable running dog Patty, currently hanging out at ACCT, as a fast pup who could easily help you up your speed game. (Helloooooo, new PR.) Learn more about her below, then run on over to ACCT, scoop her up and watch your times improve.
If you’re looking for a pal to take to the trails with you as the temps drop, meet Kobe, a sheltie mix who keeps a nice speed-walking pace when traipsing around town. Learn more about him below!
This week’s adoptable running dog Licorice comes by way of ACCT after being found as a stray in West Fairmount Park. She loves to move — so if you’re looking for a reliable buddy to tackle the trails of Fairmount Park with you through winter, look no further. You can learn more about her below.
I went to the Beyoncé concert and stood in pouring rain for like four hours straight last night and now I’m pretty sure I have pneumonia (before you ask, it was totally worth it). My point: I could really use a cuddly buddy right now. If you too could use a cuddle buddy, meet Nia, this week’s adoptable running dog who happens to be a cuddling pro. You can more about her below.
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