Tank is a loving 1-year-old guy who would do best in a home where someone can be with him most of the time. We have been working on potty training and he is pretty good about going outside, is very eager to learn, and loves to receive a treat when he does his business. Tank's family will need to continue his special diet and medication as he is recovering from past GI issues. He likes to cuddle and play, but be gentle, as he still has some tender spots.
Tank is eager to please, and needs stability in his life. Short walks, not too much roughhousing, lots of love, and someone who has the time to spend with him and train him. He is a special and anyone who is lucky to bring Tank home will have a friend for life!
Hey my names is Winston! I'm 5 years old and I'm the silliest frenchie you'll ever meet! I'm very sweet, love to play, love to go for rides, love to go for walks; I'm just an all-around fun guy! I am potty trained, but if not let out for many hours I will use a potty pad inside. I know what a crate is but don't really care for it much. I don't mind wearing clothes - my foster mom puts them on me all the time! But the best part about me is my personality - I am so funny! (Mom calls me weird/silly but in a good way.) I am neutered, and have had nare/palate surgery to make sure my breathing is good.
If you want a sweet/silly little guy I'm your dude!
Handsome Beau is about 2 years old, and is looking for a home with the following:
Mr. Cupid Valentino says, "
I feel the time has come for me to pursue my dream of a wonderful forever home and family! Having a sibling (2 or 4 legged) would be ideal because I love to play. I am current on vaccines, neutered, and my palate was fixed. My foster Mom has spent a lot of time and love raising and protecting me (since I was 6 hours old!) so this will be a big transition for both of us. Although I am almost completely housebroken I will need a refresher in my new home to figure out exactly how and where to ask. I am crate trained and I am a good boy. Foster Mom strongly recommends a crate when you can't stay with me as I am a constant party!"
Lulabelle is 15 month old female pup. She's had a bit of a rough start to life but that hasn't stopped her from being a wonderful girl. She had a herniated bladder and has spinal bifida. Both have been addressed with surgery. Even with her issues she still runs and plays. She loves a cuddle and a scratch. She does very well in a crate, and wears a diaper while inside.
Lulabelle is a funny and sassy little love bug who is looking for that forever home that doesn't mind her minor issues. She is going to make the right family extremely happy!
Tally is a 4-year-old female, who loves everyone and everything. Probably would be ok with cats with the correct introduction. She's great in her crate, and we're working on her house training. Tally is currently located in Florida.
10 year old Biscuit was surrendered to us because he needed care for his problematic skin condition. We now have everything under control with meds so he is ready for his forever home.
Biscuit is easy going and loving. He loves to follow you around. He also enjoys going for rides and exploring new places. He really doesn’t even need a fenced yard because he is not a runner. He will happily just walk/stroll around the yard with you. Biscuit gets along with all dogs and even cats.
His fur is slowly growing back. He has to have his thyroid medicine twice/day at least 30min before he eats. He gets his Vetoryl twice a day with breakfast and dinner.
This boy will make someone (or some family) very happy. He’s goofy and easy to love.
Remy is a 3 year old neutered male. He is a happy dog that gets along with other dogs and is up-to-date with shots. Remy was surrendered due to congenital spinal malformations, causing weakness in his legs, wobbly walk and incontinence. Recommendations include avoiding high impact activities.
Trevor is a 6 year old sweet boy who also has IVDD. He walks and gets around but sometimes drips so he wears a belly band. He is a good boy: gets along well with other dogs and kids and he deserves a nice forever home!
Marvel is indeed Marvelous! He has had so much adversity in his life but you would never know it by his demeanor. He is the sweetest, calmest potato and has the most magnificent bark! Marvel came to us after a breeder surrendered him due to IVDD. He also had a very substantial UTI. After 2 rounds of antibiotics his UTI is gone and he's feeling much better. Marvel is able to walk around fairly well and can run on hard surfaces such as grass but cannot go up stairs. He is great around kids and loves attention from his people. He will "paw" you for more cuddles! He is crate/house trained. Marvel would do great with someone who is home a majority of the day and able to give him all the attention he deserves!
Missy is a 20 month old puppy who was pulled out of the shelter to avoid being euthanized. She has weakness in her rear limbs and a wobbly walk. She is a sweetheart who loves to chew on socks. She gets along with dogs but does resource guard her food. She will need to continue physical therapy exercises to strengthen her legs. She loves to play but will need to be monitored at times to make sure she rests.
Nikki is a 4-year old pied female weighing in at about 20 pounds. She has really come out of her shell since being in foster care and loves to play! She is dog and cat friendly, and very cuddly with her humans. She just wants to play, be loved, and chase lizards on the patio. She has been spayed.
She is learning to potty outside or on pee pads, but still has an occasional accident inside. This will have to be reinforced in a positive manner moving forward. She is not very fond of the leash, and will put on the brakes while on a walk. She has found her voice and now barks when playing or trying to get attention. She does have to learn proper manners as she continually jumps on her owner to be picked up. If left alone during the day, she must be occupied or she will chew furniture, etc. out of boredom. Any type of games, puzzles, or lick mat would be a great idea. If taken outside she needs to be on a leash at all times, as she is very quick and will run. Nikki would be fine as an only dog or with a sibling. As long as she gets the love and attention that she’s deserving of, she will be a great addition to a family!