Meet Carmine!

DDP YOGA is not just committed to changing the lives of people, but animals too. There has been a local need to find these adorable dogs homes. The DDP YOGA Dog stays at the DDP YOGA Performance Center throughout the day and retires to his/her foster home outside hours of operation. The “DDP YOGA Dog” came about when one of our team members began to foster through Mostly Mutts. While each dog receives proper training, socialization, and health practices in their temporary home, each pup is still searching for a permanent loving home and may need more attention after adoption.

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About Carmine

CarminePCMale/2 years old/26 lbs/Spitz mix

Everyone at the PC says I look like a little fox. I’m missing some hair, but it’s getting better with weekly baths. I am housebroken, and I can do tricks for treats. I’m a happy-go-lucky guy. I love the classics like fetch with my favorite tennis ball or playing with the squirrels. I love to run, jump, and play. Sometimes I get so excited that I might knock over toddlers my size, but I am pretty good around bigger kids. I really like being around people, but I don’t always like other dogs. It’s best that I find a home just for me. I do make some noise when I’m nervous and alone, but I calm down quickly. We aren’t sure why my family couldn’t care for me, but I’m happy to find someone new to cuddle with.

 

DDP YOGA is not just committed to changing the lives of people, but animals too. There has been a local need to find these adorable dogs homes. The DDP YOGA Dog stays at the DDP YOGA Performance Center throughout the day and retires to his/her foster home outside hours of operation. The “DDP YOGA Dog” came about when one of our team members began to foster through Mostly Mutts. While each dog receives proper training, socialization, and health practices in their temporary home, each pup is still searching for a permanent loving home and may need more attention after adoption.

FAQ

How can I adopt him/her?

You can visit www.mostlymutts.org and fill out an application. All adoptions must go through the Mostly Mutts application process first.

How much does adoption cost?

Adoption pricing can be found by going to mostlymutts.org and looking for the dog of interest under adoptable dogs.

Can I visit this dog at the PC?

Yes. The DDP YOGA Dog is at the PC most of the time, but its best that you call ahead and ask to reserve a time with him.

Where can I meet him/her on the weekend?

Every Saturday from 11AM to 4PM the DDP YOGA Dog can be found at Petsmart Kennesaw. There is a team made of volunteers and Mostly Mutts staff that will be able to assist you.

Can I bring my dog in so they can meet?

No. Any introductions can be requested through Mostly Mutts or outside the hours of operation of the DDP YOGA PC.

Do you provide any training tips for the adoptable dog?

Yes. Lauren has experience in training dogs and educating people on how to train dogs. She is happy to walk you through these techniques and provide tips. This can be done by requesting a time. Your application must have an approval prior as this is done with serious inquiries only.

Disclaimer: The DDP YOGA PC gives no guarantees of any kind to any potential or future adopters. All adoptions must go through Mostly Mutts. The DDP YOGA PC is simply acting like second family prompting the adoption of the dogs in the temporary care of Foster Parent, Lauren Petz. In no way or form do we accept any liabilities based on the adoptable dog. All association is in relation to Mostly Mutts, and procedures set forth by Mostly Mutts.

DDP YOGA Dogs

DDP YOGA is not just committed to changing the lives of people, but animals too. There has been a local need to find families for homeless dogs. The “DDP YOGA Dog” is a foster dog. Each pooch is fostered through Team DDP YOGA member, Lauren who works hand in hand with Mostly Mutt’s Animal Rescue. For those who don’t know what fostering is, fostering is to act as a temporary home. For every dog that is fostered, another dog may enter the shelter and be protected from places that euthanize. Man’s best friend stays at the DDP YOGA Performance Center throughout the day making new friends, and with every wagging tail he or she comes closer to finding his or her forever home.


The “DDP YOGA Dog” brings about awareness to a wonderful cause. These delightful balls of fur add so much joy to PC as they quickly become family amongst the crew. Our crew eagerly volunteers to walk and play with our four-legged guests making their stay that much better. The dogs enthusiastically greet members of the PC as they come and go for classes. Each pup also goes home wearing a DDP YOGA Dog T-Shirt, so their owners can always remember that the lovable companion that has changed their lives, left a paw print in ours too.

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