Who doesn't like some dog kisses?

NOTE: (It's been brought to my attention that I did not make it clear that Capone is not available for adoption. Capone is a very happy dog with a great home. He's just there to lick some faces.)

Capone is his name and he will lick your face for a small donation through Saturday. You can swing by Suger Skin Care & Hair Removal inside Amari Salon at 4310 Charles Street to meet him where his kissing booth is set up.

Capone is the centerpiece of the doggie kissing booth helping out the Winnebago County Animal Services. If you want to help out the organization, you can swing by and make a donation in exchange for a little nuzzle time with Capone. Paypal, Venmo, and other apps are also available to send money. Click on the above post for more information.

While you're there hanging out with Capone, maybe you could take one of these fine pups home with you.

This is Shelia Anne:

Shelia anne

They think Shelia Anne is about 9 years old. She is a miniature black schnauzer. She is spayed.
This is Blu:


They think Blu is around 9 years old as well. Blu is a black and white pit bull terrier. Blu is neutered.

This is Kane:


They think Kane is about 3 years old. Kane is an all brown pit bull terrier. Kane is neutered.

This is Peace and might be one of the cutest things ever put on the internet:


Peace is aggressively adorable and about 4 months old. She is a tan pug and beagle. Peace is unaltered.

Go visit these guys and a bunch of others that are looking for homes.

I've shared this story before but I have always credited Max a rescue from a local shelter as a major benefit to my grandmother's health. She's 91, and it's just her and Max in the house. Not only does Max give companionship and affection but he keeps her active. She has to get up and let him out or feed him and you can tell that they're a perfect fit for each other.

Find your perfect fit at the Winnebago County Animal Services and while you're there, donate some money and give Capone a little love.


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