Meet Our Dogs

Every dog deserves its day! Meet the dogs that we currently have for adoption!
If you are interested in adopting, please complete our adoption application or email us with any questions.

 

Sherlock

Sherlock

Sherlock is a handsome tri-colored coonhound who loves people and other dogs. He is a big boy but very sweet, affectionate, gentle and walks nicely on a leash. He loves going for walks and investigating all of the smells along the way. His sense of smell is outstanding! With some training he could excel at tracking, search and rescue work, or “nose work” competitions. Sherlock is crate and house trained, eager to please his humans, and learning some basic obedience. He needs close supervision in the house as he is very inquisitive and follows his nose to find interesting things to eat, but that will improve with more training. He is also content to snooze or chew a bone in his crate while the humans

Daisy

Daisy

Daisy is a super affectionate, loves snuggles and petting and hanging out with her humans. After a good morning workout she settles down nicely, preferring to lounge on the couch or recliner. She is a fairly confident girl, well-socialized, and friendly. Her tail is frequently wagging, as she greets life with energy and enthusiasm. She would fit right in with a family stocked with children and other dogs. She will happily snuggle up with kids and will even respond to their commands. She is learning to settle nicely in her crate at bed time and catching on quickly to basic obedience and house manners. In a home that will continue to give her love, attention, and regular exercise this young girl is well on her

Dusty

Dusty

This little fella Dusty was an owner surrender stating they didn't have time to keep the fleas off of him! He arrived in horrible condition, matted from head to toe. Dusty cleaned up pretty well and now is a cute, clean, happy little guy that deserves a family that will give him the care he never had. Our guess is he's about 7-9 years old. He is engaging, playful and loves to be held and carried around. His eyesight is not the greatest, old injuries? but the vet says he's not uncomfortable and gets around pretty good. He would love to be a co-pilot, errand partner, couch companion, and lap warmer. He gets along fine with other dogs, but wouldn't mind being the only prince

Baby Bop (BB!)

Baby Bop (BB!)

Our sweet BB (Baby Bop) found herself at the shelter at 8 (+/_) years old. She proved herself to be very kind, sweet and gentle and waited patiently for her chance again at life out of the shelter. She has now been fully vetted, spayed, vaccinated and even took an old lady skin tag off her leg. She is currently in a foster home enjoying the comforts a family has to offer. Things like good food, a soft bed and a warm lap are all the things that make this girl happy. She plays well with other dogs... loves all people. BB would enjoy a home with lots of time for pets, walks, cuddles and play. The love of a hound is like no other!

Jemma

Jemma

Jemma is our 1 yr old, super sweet, playful and lovable. She's a lap lounger that loves to cuddle. She is housebroken and crate trained! She sleeps in her bed some nights, then other nights she crawls into bed with the foster family. She was taken in by a caring family when they noticed she was not being properly cared for by a neighbor. She stayed with them for a couple of months, being treated with kindness, given good food and learned how to be part of a family. She has lived with kids and is great with them. She gets along with other dogs, having had multiple dogs in her prior home and a recent playdate with another dog where she had a great

Cleo

Cleo

Cleo is the sweetest and gentlest dog - she will easily integrate herself into your family/pack, and steal your heart. She is very balanced and calm dog, and enjoys meeting new people, dogs, and kitties - Cleo sits for greetings of new adults and children. This girl has lived with lively dogs when she was at the shelter, rolled with a pack of eight dogs at her southern foster placement, and is currently living with an older male bully mix - greetings to young/old, and male/female dogs have all been cordial and appropriate. She enjoys being around other dogs, but is not a heavy player, and prefers to coexist and cuddle with other dogs in the house. Cleo enjoys walks (her leash manners are impeccable)

Bea

Bea

Trixie

Trixie

Trixie is a sweet little girl that has an unknown history and is looking forward to the future with a family of her own. She is a little shy at first, but warms up quickly especially with some food and love. She loves her laps, plays well with other dogs and would be a wonderful companion for young or older. She is the perfect size for a co-pilot and traveling. Her ideal home would have family members including her in their daily activities. She would not like to be left home alone for long hours, but would rather enjoy spending time enjoying the simple things in life with her new best friends. If you are interested in adopting Trixie, complete our adoption application . Any

Bea

Bea

Bea is a stunning, athletic, blue and white American Staffy mix who is in search of a family looking for a sidekick, a partner to go on long walks, jogging, hiking, snuggling up on the couch, whatever activity you enjoy she is willing and ready to join you. Bea is attentive to her people, smart, treat motivated, eager to please, quickly picks up basic obedience and would also be awesome at dog sports. While one of her favorite things is being with her people, she is not one that socializes well with other dogs. She would make a great match for a home in which she would be the only pampered pooch, one that would include her on adventures, and give her the love and

Gunnar

Gunnar

Looking for a snuggle bug indoors and a playmate outdoors? Meet Gunnar! This 2 year old, American Staffordshire Terrier (Amstaff) weighs in at 53 pounds. Though Gunnar is very affectionate, he is not a face licker. He knows basic obedience, has good recall, and is trustworthy outside off lead with his family. Gunnar loves people, is respectful to cats, and is well mannered around horses, but has shown some agression toward some other dogs so he should be in an only dog home. Because he gets overly excited at times, his ideal home will be with older children. When he is very excited he has learned to calm easily with guidance and has even learned how to calm himself by chewing on a toy. Gunnar