Meet our 1 yr old puppy, Chris. Chris had a beautiful shiny coat when he came in but was very matted and full of stickers so unfortunately, he had to be stripped. But, he’s going to be a “looker” for sure when his coat grows out! He is doing really well on his house training and seems to love everyone. He is very puppyish and would love to have another active dog to play with! Chris has a wonderful temperament and is starting to discover balls and squeaky toys so he’ll be ready to go shopping! This sweet boy will make some family a wonderful companion!
MADDIE is a cute, petite, 12 pound feisty alpha girl. This little girl may want to show a new dog she meets that she is going to be the boss, but once she knows the dog, she gets along fine. Maddie was stolen from her original owner when she was just about 1.5 and ended up at the shelter 3.5 years later. (more…)
Poor little Duke was turned into the shelter with his brother, who was adopted, and so he was left alone. One of our volunteers just couldn’t leave Duke behind, so she rescued him from another day of doggy jail and possible euthanasia. Duke is about 8 years old and is as cute as a button! He is small in size, house trained, and a real love bug. Although Duke doesn’t care to be picked up, it doesn’t matter because he jumps up to wherever he wants to go, which is usually right by your side where he can be petted and snuggle and cuddle with you. (more…)
Cotton is an easy going and good-natured boy. He spent a few years enjoying a peaceful housedog’s existence until his human companion passed away. This quiet gentleman is now looking for a home where he can take it easy and live the good life.
Cotton adjusted really quickly in his foster home and gets along famously with his foster doggie brother and sister.
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