Rusty is very playful and still has lots of energy! He loves running around the play yard and enjoys a good game of fetch. Rusty shows that he loves you by jumping up for affection and attention, he takes a few seconds and few treats to meet new friends. Rusty will benefit from some positive reinforcement training where he can work on basic manners. He is looking for his new family to provide him with lots of patience and help him become a more confident pup with things that are scary to him, ie. going for walks and car rides.
Rusty requires meeting anyone who lives in the home, human or canine, and may need to meet multiple times before going home. Rusty is looking for a home with adults & older children, humans that know how to respect boundaries and build his confidence going forward.
Just like her name suggests, this little lady is as sweet as a Cupcake! This energetic gal loves running around, chasing tennis balls, playing fetch and most of all squeaky toys! We've learned from her time at the shelter that she is an active gal that loves to go out and explore- and even go on runs! She is still working on her manners and will benefit from continued training and enrichment. Children in the home should meet her to make sure they're okay with her goofy antics and energy levels. She should meet any potential canine siblings before going home to make sure they're a good match.
If you're looking for some pep in your life, Nelson's your dude! This sweet guy ADORES being with people. Whether its walking, training, playing or getting lots of pets, he wants it all! He's got bundles of energy and is looking for an active home to give him continued training and enrichment to help fine-tune his manners. The good thing is he's a smart boy who's quick to learn and stays motivated when there's treats involved! While he loves people, he doesn't feel the same way about dogs and would like to be your one and only. Adopters should be prepared to work closely with him on his leash manners when other dogs are around.
Say hi to Cassandra! This sweet girl is always happy to greet you with a wiggling body, and she loves play time. And on top of being a fun loving gal, Cassandra is super smart and already knows her basic commands. And when treats are involved she just wants to learn - which is great because this sweet lady would benefit from continued training as she finds it difficult to spend a lot of time alone. She'd much prefer to be your adventure buddy in fact - if you are looking for a great hiker and a constant companion Cassandra is your girl. She has a lot of zest for life and will need to meet with her new family a couple of times before moving in.
This fluffball is Molly. This independant gal is described as acting more like a cat than a dog. She enjoys her personal space, playing in the back yard, and snoozing on her dog bed. Molly lived a quiet life before we met her, and can be a bit worried about new people or new places as a result. Her ideal home should be committed to building their relationship slowly to allow Molly to gain confidence in all situations.
Say hi to Honey Ham! This playful pittie is full of energy and excitement. He loves to go on walks, play with all sorts of toys and spend time training for treats. He is still lacking some manners, so he's looking for a family thats excited about training and filling his days with activities and enrichment. Transitions can be difficult for him, so adopters should be prepared to work with him as he settles into a new environment and gets used to all the new sounds and smells. He would do best in a home without any small children that he could knock over. He enjoys going on walks with his doggie pals, and should meet any potential canine siblings before going home.
These sweet faces belong to best friends Casey and Jurell. These two goofs are very social and love to lean into your legs for all the butt scratches and hugs you’re willing to give them. And at 5 years old, they’re the perfect mix of fun loving derps and lazy potatoes. They walk well on leash, are house trained, and even know sit, stay, down, and paw. Just the best boys! These best buds would love a home together, so if you’ve got room for two, hit that inquire button.
Casey's adoption fee will be waived if adopted with Jurell.
Say hi to this beaming girl, Gidget! She enjoys spending time with people and playing to get all her energy out. She's an affectionate pup who loves to let you pet her for as long as you'd like and does well on car rides. She can be bouncy with excitement and should meet any children before going home to make sure they're okay with her antics! She is still uncertain when meeting dogs and for now, she should be the only dog in the home. She has done well on a walk with another dog and may eventually be able to have a well-matched dog friend outside the home. If this sweet face is calling to you, hit the inquire button!
It would be best for Gidget to be in a home with enough people to be able to manage her separation anxiety. Due to her history in the home it is known that Gidget struggles when on her own. Crate training was helpful to a certain extent and should not be used to ‘fix’ her separation anxiety but used as a management tool for short periods of time. Gidget is curently on medication to help manage her stress here and it is advised that she remain on it in her new home as well.
This pretty lady is Callie. She can be shy at first while she takes her time getting to know you. Callie will need a patient and understanding family as she needs some time to transition and settle into a home.
This handsome guy is a real love bug that has an endearing goofy side. He is quite loving with people he's comfortable with and is happy to add people to his growing circle through a simple meeting process. He is great at entertaining himself and enjoys a good game of fetch, tennis balls seem to be his favorite! Cash is highly food motivated and knows his basic commands. When it comes to other canines, he is eager and excited to meet them and often brings the playful side out of the dogs he is interacting with.
Adopters should be prepared to help Cash build a relationship with those in the home. Cash might struggle with his transition to a new home and his new family should plan on working with him on confidence building. He will need to meet everyone, human and canine, in the home before going home. His ideal adopters should be ready to work closely with their veterinarian to manage some potential anxieties and stress in the transition into his new home. Once Cash is adopted, he would benefit from working on being alone when his family is not there, we have started his crate training work and that would need to continue as he is adopted.
These sweet faces belong to best friends Jurell and Casey. These two goofs are very social and love to lean into your legs for all the butt scratches and hugs you’re willing to give them. And at 5 years old, they’re the perfect mix of fun loving derps and lazy potatoes. They walk well on leash, are house trained, and even know sit, stay, down, and paw. Just the best boys! These best buds would love a home together, so if you’ve got room for two, hit that inquire button.
Jurell's adoption fee will be waived if adopted with Casey.
This sweet girl is Pippy! Pippy has been spending her time relaxing in a foster home. While in foster care she has been working on learning new things like: sit, look and touch. She has practically mastered “sit” and is improving on the other skills each day. She enjoys going out for walks but prefers quiet areas. If there is too much going on around her, she will walk off to the side to sit down. One of this girls favorite thing to do is to splash in a puddle; it doesn't matter the size or the amount of water there is! She would do best in a home that is excited about filling her days with activities and enrichment. Pippy has shown to be a little unsure about new things but with the encouragement of her trusted people she tends to warm up quickly! If you have children or other canines in the home, please have them with you when you come in to meet her.
Newman is searching for a hero hospice home. This little piglet is 9 years old, and was recently diagnosed with lymphocytic leukemia, or cancer of the white blood cells. Fortunately, his type of leukemia tends to progress slowly and survival times can range from 1 to 3 years. The good news is that Newman doesn't let him get him down one bit! Newman is a very sweet and happy boy who loves to play, and loves to sit in laps for snuggles even more. He's always got a pittie smile on his face and a wagging tail too. On top of being sweet, he's got very heavy footfalls which makes him the clumsiest goof!
Adopters should establish a relationship with your own veterinarian to determine a treatment plan following further observation in the home or results of more advanced diagnostics.
My name is Tiddly Wink! New things can be scary for me, when I first got to the shelter I was very nervous. I have been making good progress with some of the staff here at the shelter but I'm not quite ready to cuddle yet. When going to a new home it is going to take me a bit of time to settle. With a handful of toys and some patience we can better get to know each other!
This lovely girl is Allie! She's looking for a quiet home to spend her days relaxing and playing. New things can be scary for her, so adopters should be prepared to work slowly with her as she settles into a new space. She can be shy on first introductions, but once she feels comfortable, you'll see her goofy side come right out! This wiggly girl loves to chase toys around the yard and is quite enthusiastic when it comes time to go on a walk. She would prefer a home without cats and should meet any potential canine siblings before going home.
This pretty gal is Lady. She is all things sweet and social when it comes to meeting new friends. She leans in for hugs and scratches and will stay in your lap all day for them if you let her! Don’t let her age fool you, this spry lady still has a good amount of energy. She’s not big on toys, but she loves going out for walks. If you are wondering what the quickest way to her heart is, the answer is simple, TREATS! But she could stand to lose a few pounds, so don’t be too generous. She has shown interest in meeting other canines but can be unsure how she feels about them. If you have another pup at home, please bring them with you when you come to meet her so we can ensure they are a good match.
Tista is a very sweet, gentle 6 year old beauty that is waiting to find a family that will welcome her into their hearts and home. Tista has most likely spent the majority of her life outside, so coming to the shelter was a huge change for her. She was very worried and it took some time for her to gain enough confidence to expand her close circle of friends. This concern will likely reappear when she is adopted, so Tista will need adopters that will give her as much time as she needs, to settle into her new home. Allowing her to adjust to just household members before slowly expanding her world, will be the key to success. She may enjoy living with another older, mellow dog buddy. A dog savvy, easy going cat, may be a possibility, with well managed introductions. Older kids that have good shy dog skills and will be respectful of her needs, will be considered. Tista deserves to finally receive unconditional love, if you think you're the one for her, please start by filling out the adoption inquiry form in the link below.