Ogulala was one of twelve dogs displaced by hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico who came to Larimer Humane Society to find a second chance at love. In late October, the Humane Society of the United States in partnership with Dumb Friends League in Denver coordinated the transfer of more than 100 dogs, puppies and cats from Puerto Rico to Colorado.
Ogulala was one of these lucky dogs to be flown more than 3,000 miles to Colorado for a second chance. Even the long, tiring journey from Puerto Rico to Larimer Humane Society couldn’t dampen Ogulala’s spirits. This happy, four-year-old Basset Hound/Beagle mix was excited to meet new friends and greeted staff and volunteers with wiggles and puppy smiles.
Ogulala was in great health and was even spayed! She received a bath, vaccinations, a dental cleaning, routine medical exams (which she passed with flying colors) and was ready to find her new forever home. Shortly after being made available for adoption, Stephen,
Ogulala’s new dad heard about the dogs rescued from Puerto Rico being available for adoption at Larimer Humane Society and knew
Ogulala was the dog for him. He has a soft spot for her breed and knew he could provide her with the loving forever home she traveled so far to find.