This handsome stud is Rad. He is a lovely gentleman that is looking for a quiet home to retire to where he can have all of the attention. Rad has spent some time in a foster home and has shown that his ideal family would be with adults or teens. He loves to spend his days with his people and spend his nights all cozy in his dog bed. Although strong, he walks well on a leash, appears to be housebroken, and enjoys a few short walks to stroll in the sunshine.
Rad has severe arthritis and mild allergies, so he is looking for a family that is going to work closely with their veterinarian to manage his needs. He is looking for a home without stairs and would likely prefer to be the only pet in the home.
Say hi to Cassandra! This sweet girl will always be happy to greet you with a wiggling body when you come home. She enjoys playing and running around to let her energy out. She's a smart pup who knows her basic commands and is ready to work when treats are involved. She would benefit from continued training and socialization as she grows out of her puppy months. She doesn't like to share her food or toys, and should meet any dogs and children in the home prior to adoption.
This ball of energy is Kano! He's a super sweet and fun pittie that is just so excited about life and can't wait to be your new adventure buddy. He loves playing with toys, running around the play yards, snuggling with his favorite people and most importantly- treats! This boy enjoys training and is ready to work when the treats come out. He's still learning how to manage his excitement levels and is looking for a family that will give him the focus and training he needs to be the best boy. He should meet any children in the home to ensure they are okay with his energy levels and goofy antics, as he might knock them over! He struggles with transitions, so adopters should be prepared to work patiently with him as he settles into a new home.
This is Scout! Scout was finding shelter life a little overwhelming so he has been spending some time in a foster home with 4 other dogs that are helping him learn that things aren’t so scary.
His foster mom reports that he’s come right out of his shell and is a sweet, happy, friendly, and playful goofball. He loves other dogs and would probably do best in a home with at least one other dog. He also loves walks and walks really well on leash. He’s still a little afraid of traffic noises so he prefers quieter walks in the woods. At home, he’s a very mellow couch potato and does not seem to be much of a barker. To top it all off, he’s house-trained!
Scout is currently in a foster home and not at the shelter. If you are interested in meeting Scout, please specify on your application.