Hearts United for Animals
HUA - Omaha, NE


be my buddy
Born: 01/01/2006
8 lbs

Homeward bound-adopted!

Now living happily in Nebraska.

S'More came from a bad Nebraska puppy mill and he shows the physical signs of it. At the ripe old age of only 4, S'More suffers from severe heart enlargement due to poor breeding practices. He is on heart medication and will be forever. To the untrained eye, however, there is not a thing wrong with little S'More. He waits for his caregivers every morning and has a heyday once he spots them. He dances and prances and sings and shouts! Once his door is opened, he leaps out into awaiting arms and snuggles right in. We know that's where he's wanted to be all along. Being cuddled and hugged and appreciated. We're happy to do this for him. It will take special people to open their hearts and home to S'More, as he does have some special medical needs. We do know you're out there, though, and so does S'More!!!
Buddy Messages (1)
His Buddy, Gayle Rojas, from Scottsbluff, Nebraska, sent him this message: "Your zest for life is an inspiration. Ipo, is our Chihuahua who is a puppy mill survivor and on daily medication. She is also a bright spot in our lives so I just know that you will find a home where they love you just as much. Gayle" "S'More sends Gayle and Ipo many happy, grateful hugs and kisses.

adoption info


Thanks for Visiting Our Animals!

Hearts United for Animals is a national no-kill shelter, sanctuary and animal welfare organization. Hearts United for Animals does long distance adoptions if there are safe flights and we have volunteers in the area to do a home visit. We require an application, references and a home visit to adopt one of our dogs. Our dogs are all spayed or neutered and are current on health care. We can cat test a dog if requested. If you are interested in adopting a dog, we can give you more information on each dog if you click the Adoption Info & Application link above. Buddies are people who support the dog and send them love while they are waiting for their new home. The dog does not live with the buddy.