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.

 

Remington

Remington

Look at that face! Young, active (but not hyper), with a goofy and sweet personality.....everyone loves Remington! Remington was seized from his previous owner for neglect, arriving at a small rural shelter in Texas, thin with sores on his elbows. He is currently in a foster home in Vermont, quickly growing accustomed to being well-cared, learning basic obedience skills, house manners, and being a part of the daily activity of a loving family. His foster family describes Remington as the most loyal companion, bonds quickly with his people, and a big snuggle bug. Remington is house and crate trained, gets along with other friendly dogs, and enjoys daily walks and hikes. He would do fine as an only furry canine, or would do best with

Brock

Brock

Brock is in search of a family! In his past life, we believe that Brock was never taught how to appropriately engage with children. Children are exciting to him and he becomes mouthy like a puppy and could accidentally hurt a child. To help set him up for success with a new family, he is seeking an adult only home. There should be a plan in place to keep him separate should his new family have any children visiting, or on outings, to ensure that there are no incidents and give Brock a chance to be on his best behavior. Cuddly and affectionate, with his beautiful brindle coat and big blocky head, get ready to melt in his arms! Although he's a solid boy, he

Archer

Archer

Looking for a new best friend? Check out Archer! With his friendly, social, good-natured, and super loveable personality, he is ready to join in on any fun family adventure. This handsome head turner with dark brindle coat, tall perky ears, and lean athletic body, is well-suited for long walks, hiking, a jog around the block, family outings, and would be a great candidate for agility or other dog sports. Archer enjoys a good game of tug, hanging out with doggy friends, and is just as content to chill at his human’s feet or cuddle up on the couch. He would be happy to be paired up with other dogs in his new home (cats unknown) and/or kids to watch over. Archer is housebroken, has an

Sadie

Sadie

If you LOVE HOUNDS, you need to meet Sadie! Sadie is most likely a Bluetick Walker Coonhound, approximately 3 years old, and 55 lbs. She is house and crate trained, but is allowed free run of the first floor when home alone as she has nice house manners. Sadie is a very social and loyal companion. She does like to be the boss, or the “sheriff,” as they call her at doggy day care, so she might be a better match with an older male dog in a new home, or submissive female, even though she is friendly with most all other dogs…a feline-free home would be best. Sadie is gentle and sweet with grandchildren, ages 2 and 5, and allows them to hug and