We have entered 2016 with an EXPLOSION of new intakes!
So, let’s meet these new dogs and even puppies!
Shadow is a beautiful Aussie Cattle Dog & Akita Mix (our best guess) who is about 6 months old. He reminds us, very much, of our very own Major Tom who we placed in his Forever Home just a few months ago. Shadow is a bit thicker than Major Tom, but has a very similar disposition – a true love.
Shadow is a super smart boy, in a matter of weeks he has learned his name, come, sit, lie down and shake hands. He is attentive when his foster parents speak; and wiggles with excitement when they walk into the room. Shadow is leash trained; however, is still working to not get too excited when he passes another dog on the street. But, he is only 6 months old, so he has time to learn such etiquette.
Shadow had a great time posing for the camera. Loyal and loving, this boy will make a wonderful companion. He is crate trained and almost has potty training covered. (He has only been in a home environment for about a month.)
This little guy would make a great “little shadow” in a home environment where people are home more than not.
Snowball is a young Bichone-Freise mix who is approximately 2 years of age. He is a HUGE cuddle bug and loves to give kisses. His favorite place to be . . . right beside his people.
This cutie is learning all kinds of great commands in his foster home. He is treat-motivated so he loves to practice sit, come and paws-off. He loves to play ball, tug-of-war and go on long walks. He needs a secure home where he will not be able to sneak out the front door.
Snowball is full of energy and would do great in a home with older children. He does become anxious at our weekly Meet & Greets due to all of the noise, so if you want to meet this cutie, please fill out an application and we will set up a private meeting where you can get to know him.
|Alana is currently at our Adoption Center.
She would benefit from living in a Foster Home to raise her babies until they are weaned. Could you help Alana and her boys, Ashton and Beck,
understand what it means to be in a loving home?
These are just a few of the seven dogs (yes, severn dogs) we have taken in this week. We are putting out a call for food, collars, leashes and FOSTERS. We can only save additional dogs when we have foster homes. Our Adoption Center is overflowing with dogs!
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