Meet Our Dogs & Cats

Every dog and cat deserves its day! Meet the pets that we currently have for adoption!
If you are interested in adopting a dog, please complete our Canine adoption application.
If you are interested in adopting a cat, please complete our Feline adoption application.
If you have any questions, please feel free to email us.

 

Sweety

Sweety

Picked up as a stray and turned into our partner shelter in South Carolina, Sweety appeared to be well-cared for but her family never came for her. She has been well behaved in her foster home and has nice house manners. Always up for meeting new people, Sweety is gentle, warm, affectionate, a great snuggler, and would love to be your lap warmer! Other dogs with a bit too much exuberance are not her style, she much prefers mingling with lower-key dogs that are more her speed. Sweety loves her walks, a good roll in the grass, does pretty well on-leash, and will make someone a loyal, loving companion. 45 lbs, 3 years old, Shepherd mix, fostered in White River Junction, VT. Apply to adopt

Gravy Baby

Gravy Baby

It's all gravy baby!!! Gravy was a stray who found her way to Long Trail Canine Rescue's partner shelter in Darlington, SC on January 7th, 2019. She was underweight and had clearly spent most of her 2-3 year life as a mother to many litters of puppies. After we agreed to rescue this short stack, Gravy went into foster care down south to recover from her spay (no more puppies - hooray!), and receive treatment for heart worm. She arrived in the Upper Valley on June 16th, and is being fostered in Wilder, VT. She is a muscle bound low rider trotting around 60 lbs of love and fun on some short little legs. Gravy loves an adventure and is up for anything! Whether its

Bernard (Bernie)

Bernard (Bernie)

This handsome boy was abandoned at a campsite and a concerned family brought him to one of our partner shelters in South Carolina after his owners could not be found. Bernard was held for an additional time at the shelter and still his owners did not come for him so we quickly made arrangements for this boy to come to Vermont so we could find him the family he deserves, one that won’t let him down again. He has quickly proved to be an amazing boy, easily integrating into a foster home with two female dogs, three cats, and a former male rescue dog Banks (incidentally, rescued from the same shelter!) who is a frequent visitor. Bernard is super friendly, easy-going, listens well, a good

Samson

Samson

Samson is a nice little pup! He loves squeaky toys and hasn’t chewed or unstuffed any of them. He likes to snuggle in bed with his people and Hazel, and older female puppy, at night and he will nap on the beds with her or in his foster person’s lap when she is sitting. He hasn’t had one accident in the house and seems to understand the term “go potty”. He does well in his crate if he has a Kong or a good chewy. He rides well in the car and is good on leash, no pulling. He was fearful at first of his foster’s 5 year old granddaughter but seemed to warm up to her after they settled in for a bit. Samson

Abby

Abby

"Hey! I'm Abby, I'm an amazing puppy. I'm 5 months old and I love everything. I love dogs, I love walks, I even love going on a run! I like playing in the water but I'm not crazy about actually swimming. I love going for hikes and being in the woods, I even love gardening. But if we need some time on the couch I'd really like to snuggle up with you. I'm pretty lazy in the morning, I kinda like sleeping in. I'm great on car rides too. I've seen cats from a distance, I bark at them sometimes but I've never really met one, foster mom says she thinks I'd do just fine with a cat. Foster mom says I'm one of the

Guthrie

Guthrie

Hi, thanks for checking me out. If you have a minute, I have a tale to tell. You see, the first part of my life wasn't so great. I landed in a high kill shelter where I was afraid and didn't dare to come out of my kennel. Nobody who visited the shelter took notice of me so there I sat with no chance of being adopted. My time was coming to an end soon as I was on the list of dogs to be put to sleep. As luck would have it, a kind person saw my plea for help and decided I deserved a second chance. Since then, my life took a turn for the better! I was taken into a wonderful foster

BOOMER

BOOMER

Boomer here!!! I had a pretty rough couple of years, but thanks to many angels along the way, my life has turned around completely. When I left the shelter with my rescue group, my heart was full of worms. Not only that, I had pneumonia and some skin challenges. I am so thankful for my foster mom who took the time to clear my pneumonia so I could be ready for the heartworm treatment. I have to say it was a long time before I felt good, but it was worth the wait! While my lungs were left with some scarring from the pneumonia on top of the heartworms, I am a very happy and loving boy and am now ready to find my furever

SCOTTY

SCOTTY

SCOTTY! This extremely handsome brindle boy is a southern gentleman thru and thru. Scotty is about 35 pounds and pure soul. He is kind, he gently engages people and adores kids. He enjoys having canine companions in the home and looks forward to family time with the hoomans. Scotty has been in his current foster home for a few months as he went through his heartworm treatment which he has recovered from like a trooper. His foster family adores him, and he has been an easy foster. They have enjoyed watching him spread his wings and have been impressed with his calm personality and how well he has fit in with their dogs, their family, kiddos and friends. Scotty is a gem and will fill