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.

 

6 Puppies: Piglet, Tigger, Pooh, Emily, Eeyore, Rabbit

6 Puppies: Piglet, Tigger, Pooh, Emily, Eeyore, Rabbit

It's so hard to imagine that this sweet family of six puppies were picked up as strays by animal control and brought to a rural shelter in South Carolina. They will arrive on August 5 and will be available for adoption to loving, lifelong families. These pups would love to find active families who have the time to train and socialize them so they grow into well-adjusted, confident companions that can join in on all your adventures. In return you are sure to get a lifetime of loyalty, endless kisses, and a friendship second to none. 8 weeks old, shepherd/lab mixes Piglet (female), Tigger (male), Pooh (male), Emily (female), Eeyore (male), Rabbit (female)

Peanut

Peanut

Picked up off the street as a stray, little Peanut, Tanner and their mom Sugar came into our rescue from an overcrowded shelter in South Carolina. Little Peanut was not feeling well on the day of the transport to Vermont, so she is recuperating in a foster home in South Carolina until she arrives on August 5. A typical puppy, Peanut is active, friendly and playful. She enjoys playing with her toys, taking naps with her people, and following the big dogs around her foster home. She is working on potty training and learning manners. Like any young pup, she would do best with a family who has the time and energy to continue socializing and training her so he grows into a well-balanced companion

Sugar

Sugar

Picked up off the street as a stray, Sugar and her little pup Tanner came into our rescue from an overcrowded shelter in South Carolina. Sugar is finished raising her family and has transitioned nicely to her foster home where she quickly picked up the routine and loves to be included as part of the family. She is good with other dogs and cats and will make someone a nice companion for any activity. Terrier mix, 1-2 years, 35 lbs.

Tanner pup

Tanner pup

Picked up off the street as a stray, little Tanner and his mom Sugar came into our rescue from an overcrowded shelter in South Carolina. A typical puppy, Tanner enjoys playing with his toys, eating, napping, snuggling with his people, hanging with the big dogs, and occasionally bugging the cats. He has the most beautiful tan brindle coat, hence his name Tanner! He sleeps soundly in his crate at night and is working hard on his potty training and manners. Like any young pup, he would do best with a family who has the time and energy to continue socializing and training him so he grows into a well-balanced companion that you will enjoy taking on all your family adventures. Get ready for a lifetime

Harley - Kitten

Harley - Kitten

It's not often we have a cute kitty to offer for adoption! Here is Harley. Her and her brother were at risk at a shelter in South Carolina and one of our adopters offered a home to her brother, but we couldn't leave sweet Harley behind! Harley is being fostered in the Rutland area and would be happy to meet a family of her own. Harley (female) made her way up to VT from an over crowded shelter in South Carolina. Her approx. DOB is 4/18/2017 and she looking to find her forever home. She is a petite girl, weighting in at 2.25lbs. She is litter box trained and like to play with other kittens and her humans. kim@longtraildogs.org for more information and video!

Ginger

Ginger

Ginger is our 3 year old beautiful, affectionate girl with a kind soul that has a little shy side to her. She engages nicely and trusts woman a little quicker than with the men, but with a kind, patient fella, she will become a good friend. Ginger has been in a foster home for a few months as she completed her heartworm treatment which she went through like a trooper. She has learned her basic house manners during this time, walks well on a leash and has earned free time in the home when left alone with her other two foster roommates. She would enjoy a large fenced in yard so she can play her favorite game of tracking critters and not worry about her