Snuggalicious, Zoomerific and Oh, That Face! Peace for Pits' Adoptable Carolina Has Serious Swoon Factor

Snuggalicious, Zoomerific and Oh, That Face! Peace for Pits' Adoptable Carolina Has Serious Swoon Factor
Carolina couldn't be finah. Photo credit: Julia Kanter

Okay, let's start with what every lover of punkin' headed pooches knows:

There is nothing better than a pittie slumber party. Nooooothing.

Pitties are notoriously snuggly blanket lovers who crash out in the most giggle-inducing positions. Look, I'll admit it, I was a devotee of small, long-haired dogs and simply could not understand why someone would want a dog who was not ridiculously fluffy and tiny. But then I met a few overgrown lap dogs of the blocky-headed variety, and have had a bunch of pittie slumber parties while pet sitting and I'm telling you, it is no longer a mystery to me why pitties have such loyal, gushing fans. I'm one of them.

Recently, I hooked up with some folks from Chicago-based Peace for Pits, talking pooches and rescue and I was so impressed with the dedication they have to their dogs that I asked if I could share an adoptable pup with you guys and they showed me This Face...

photo credit: Carolyn Lloyd

Carolina is 3 years old and full of personality. photo credit: Carolyn Lloyd

Shut up with the cute.  I mean, come on...stop it already!

I can't even... Photo credit: Julia Kanter

I can't even... Photo credit: Julia Kanter

So, I got connected with Carolina's foster mom, Jackie, and it wasn't long before the topic of pittie slumber parties came up.  Carolina is a blanket diver par excellence until she hears her foster dad getting ready for work in the morning and then it is up to the pillow, head next to Jackie, warm body snuggled against her, convincing her that work is like waaay over-rated and sleeping in is pretty much everything.

Okay, well, maybe not eeeeverything.

 

I mean, there are pool parties in the summer...

Yeah, you maintain your beach bod all year long. No gloating, Carolina. photo credit: Julia Kanter

Yeah, you maintain your beach bod all year long. No gloating, Carolina.
photo credit: Julia Kanter

Rolling in the grass...

There she goes! photo credit: Julia Kanter

There she goes!
photo credit: Julia Kanter

Learning stuff...

Think this girl adores humans and learning stuff? Honestly look at that face. Photo credit: Julia Kanter

Think this girl adores humans and learning stuff? Honestly look at that face.
Photo credit: Julia Kanter

Giving pooch smooches...

The sloppier the better! photo credit: Julia Kanter

The sloppier the better!
photo credit: Julia Kanter

Tickling...

I could look at this photo all day long... photo credit: Carolyn Lloyd

I could look at this photo all day long...
photo credit: Carolyn Lloyd

Zoomies...

zoomies

This girl is playful! photo credit: Carolyn Lloyd

Practicing being super shiny...

Could her coat glisten any better? photo credit: Julia Kanter

Could her coat glisten any better?
photo credit: Julia Kanter

And working on her snoozing positions for when the end of the day comes and the next slumber party commences!

You know you want to rub that belly. photo credit: Julia Kanter

You know you want to rub that belly.
photo credit: Julia Kanter

And not only is Carolina playful, snuggly, and gorgeous but she is also a big fan of humans big and small, and is basically perfect in the house. She is potty-trained, able to roam freely in the house and while she's not a big fan of being crated she's proven she really doesn't need one. She's good on her leash (she pulls at first because...walkies!...but she settles in quickly).

Carolina is not a big fan of other dogs, but she is such a lover that you won't need another. She wanted me to ask you if you have any delicious cats at home, because she would like that...or cheese. Cheese is good to. (Um, so ixnay on the atscay.)

You feeling a possible love connection? To get the process started to meet Carolina,  head over to Peace for Pit's website and fill out this application. That will allow the good folks at P4P know more about you so they can help you make sure that Carolina, or any of their adoptable dogs, are a good match for you and can move forward with setting up a meet and greet.

And remember, even if you can't bring Carolina home yourself, sharing really IS caring. Let's help Carolina's new family find her!

To see more of Julia Kanter's work, visit her website. To see Carolyn Lloyd's, go here.

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