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Evel

Posted by siyerwin on Monday, February 04, 2008 at 9:19 AM

.Written by Elsie Araneta
Edited by Alya Honasan
Photo by Elsie Araneta

Evel has a great big smile on his handsome, open face. His eyes are a startling yellow, and they sparkle when he’s happy. His perky ears closely resemble those of a German shepherd—and yes, he will let you stroke them. His light tan hair is thick for an aspin, and very soft. He is healthy, has straight legs, a good back, and a playfully coiled tail. He is missing a few teeth, but that does little to dim the smile of this confident dog.

Evel is a six-year-old male dog who was left at PARC by his human family last November, before they emigrated. Since then, he’s been quietly on the lookout for a new human to keep company. He gets along well with the other dogs, but will not let himself be bullied. After I took him for a walk, he went back to his quarters. The other dogs crowded around him like a flock of paparazzi, but he simply held his head high and walked on.

Evel is a wonderful companion dog who likes to be close to his human alpha. He will let you hold him, hug him, and stroke him for very long periods. That’s why people, and even kids, should know how to treat him gently, but with firmness when needed. On the leash, he is light and obedient, even refraining from chasing cats—but you know he’s on the other end. After the first rush that comes with the beginning of every walk, he’ll stay alongside you, sniffing and marking anything taller than eight inches. After the walk, he’s content to sit quietly beside you as you watch the world go by. But Evel is also watchful and alert; he’s a sentinel ready to inform you of approaching life forms. He won’t threaten them; he’ll just bark a few times to give you a heads-up.

Evel is happiest when he’s with his humans. Won’t you give him a chance to take care of you, even as you take care of him?

CLICK HERE FOR THE ADOPTION PROCEDURE. You may also email us at philpaws@yahoo.com or call up PARC (the PAWS Shelter) at 475-1688.

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  1. 3 comments: Responses to “ Evel ”

  2. By babybranny on Feb 5, 2008, 3:40:00 AM

    it's not pala "eh-vell," it's "ee-vuhl," as in "evel knievel." hehe :)

  3. By Anonymous on Mar 9, 2008, 9:12:00 PM

    hi!i just wanted to ask if people can just go to parc even without plans to adopt or without a scheduled appointment (neuter,spay)?i was thinking of visiting parc with my little sister, to educate her about the plight of homeless pets.hehe :D

  4. By siyerwin on Mar 10, 2008, 1:54:00 PM

    You certainly can! But please drop by the shelter office first and inform them of your intentions so you may be guided accordingly. Visitors are also asked to log in our visitors logbook! :) See you at the shelter! :)

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