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.

 

Maisey (formerly Tiffany)

Maisey (formerly Tiffany)

Our beautiful girl Maisey is searching for a special home as she can be fearful in new situations, with strangers and unfamiliar noises that sometimes will scare her. Maisey is very friendly and affectionate with the people she trusts and would make a great pal and playmate for another confident dog, one she could learn from and find comfort in when she is feeling anxious and unsure of herself. She is also friendly with cats and even kittens. Maisey would do best in a quieter, kid-free home, where she can relax and settle into a more predictable routine. She is not high energy, but more of a laid back girl who enjoys daily walks and is learning to play fetch. Maisey also likes to go

Browning ADOPTION PENDING

Browning ADOPTION PENDING

ADOPTION PENDING...Browning is an 8 year old, Springer Spaniel, who is looking for a new home. She is approximately 50lbs, up-to-date on all vaccines, altered, micro-chipped, and great with dogs, cats, and kids. Browning is crate trained, knows commands, and is in great health. Browning’s family is moving and can’t take her with them. She is currently living in Georgia where there is an extreme overpopulation of homeless dogs and we do not want Browning to end up at the shelter with an unknown fate. She deserves better! We need to secure a family for her so she can get a ticket to ride north and start a new life. Please consider making this sweet girl a part of your family and giving her second

Duke

Duke

This is how we first met Duke, a plea from a shelter volunteer….. “This boy makes me so sad. I just have a lot of love in my heart for him. He’s a really good dog from what I can tell with my interactions with him the past two days. He’s very calm and sweet. I have not heard him bark at all which is rare for a hound dog but he just seems so chill and so easy-going. When I passed by his kennel he’s just laying on his bed. I took a good look at his teeth today. His front teeth are super white but his back teeth have a lot of tartar so he’s definitely within the 7 to 9-year-old age range.

Bernard (Bernie)

Bernard (Bernie)

Bernard (Bernie) 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. He was held for an additional time at the shelter and still his owners did not come for him so we quickly made arrangements for him to come to Vermont so we could find him the family he deserves. Bernie quickly bonds with his people and easily integrated into a foster home with other dogs and cats. He is easy-going, listens well, a good leash walker, loves to snuggle, medium energy, would enjoy a family that would include him on all their adventures as he is a super fun dog to take on outings… long walks,

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