Gender: Male Breed:German Shepherd Dog & Hound Mix Age:Est DOB: Dog friendly: Yes Cat friendly: Unknown House trained: Yes Adoption Fee: $500
History: AC is an awesome boy with a great smile. He was returned to rescue for behavioral issues but has been doing great back in rescue. He would love a family prepared to give him plenty of mental and physical exercise. He will give you the best snuggles in return!
Gender: Female Breed:Labrador Retriever & Golden Retriever Mix Age: Est DOB: 2014 Dog friendly: Yes Cat friendly: No House trained: Yes Adoption Fee: $500
History: Allie needed rescue off of a reservation. She is a beautiful, athletic and sweet girl hoping to find a family of her own!
A note from the foster: Allie is one gorgeous girl. She loves to please people with her happy go lucky personality. She is about 2 years old and completely house trained. We have not kept her in a crate or kennel as she does not get into anything she shouldn't. She wants to be by your side at all times as she looks for attention and affection every chance she gets. She is not an aggressive dog, but she needs to be introduced to new dogs (mainly female) at a slow pace. Once she knows they are ok, everything is great. At this time, she does not like cats. She will play with the resident and foster dogs, either tug of war or with a ball. She also will keep herself entertained with a ball if no one else is available. She loves to go for walks and play outside in the yard. She does not bark unless the other dogs get her going. Even then, it's very minimum. She would make a great addition to anyone's family as she loves kids and people of all sorts.
History: Bellisima is a special girl that needed rescue off of a reservation - she was in poor condition. She arrived to rescue and settled into a loving foster home. She has been diagnosed with lupus and needs a committed family to welcome her home. She is being treated by a dermatologist and her adopter will need to be committed to ongoing care. She is so worth everything- just one of the sweetest girls in the world that is hoping to find a family of her own.
A note from the foster: Bellisima is an awesome dog! She’s a cuddly bear cub - very loving, very well-behaved, loves people (especially children) and gets along well with my Aussie mix dog. She’s been under a vet’s care for her Discoid Lupus and has made amazing progress over the last few months. While this condition cannot be cured, it can be treated successfully and easily with daily medications. Bellisima loves our twice daily walks in the am and pm (due to the lupus, she cannot walk in direct sunlight) and she does something daily to make me laugh. Meeting her in person means you will fall in love in an instant with this sweet and loving dog. She’s house-trained, weighs about 48 lbs., and walks well on a leash.
Gender: Male Breed:Labrador Retriever & American Bulldog Mix Age:Est DOB: 2014 Dog friendly: Yes Cat friendly: NO House trained: Yes Adoption Fee: $500
History: Boris needed rescue from an overcrowded shelter where he sat waiting for several months overlooked. He arrived to rescue and settled into a foster home. He is a super friendly boy that has a special liking for guys with baseball hats (we have a feeling his previous owner was a gentleman that wore caps). He is hoping to find a family of his own!
A note from the foster: Boris is an active boy who wants to go from playing to cuddling in less than 2 minutes. He loves tug of war, and chasing and chewing tennis balls. He gets along with other dogs but doesn't appreciate cats. He is kennel and house trained. He would love to sleep with us, but is a huge bed hog so he is kenneled at night. Boris is getting better at walking on a leash, but will get tangled three steps into a walk, so we have found a retractable leash is best. He is really nosy, and needs to be able to look out of the window if he hears something. Boris is really well behaved in the car. He stays in back seat and every once in a while stick his head up front and then lays back down.
Gender: Female Breed: Pomeranian Age: Est DOB: 11/2014 Dog friendly: Yes Cat friendly: Yes House trained: In Progress-TBD Adoption Fee: $500
History: These sweet pomeranians needed rescue from an unfortunate situation. They are settling into their fosters and doing great. They would each love to find a family of their own!
A note from the foster: Britta is an absolute sweetheart who loves to snuggle and be held. She is great with everyone that she meets, even kids. She is fine with other dogs but has not engaged in play with them. At night, she likes to sleep in her crate. When she wants something, she make cute little noises. We are working on potty training. She is very small, only 8 lbs. Britta would be a great companion for anyone looking for a cuddle buddy!
Gender: Female Breed:German Shepherd Dog & Husky Mix Age:Est DOB: 9/18/2011 Dog friendly: Yes Cat friendly: Yes! House trained: Yes Adoption Fee: $500
History: Buffy was originally adopted as a puppy but was surrendered when her family went through a divorce. She is really hoping to find a family of her own, she is eager to please.
A note from the foster: Buffy is a 5 year old, 60 pound sweetheart. She is completely housebroken (hasn't had a single accident since she's been in my home). Buffy is not crate trained. She prefers to be free in the house and she does amazing! She does not chew, destroy, or get into anything when she's home alone & loves to cuddle at night before bed.
Buffy LOVES playing fetch! She will play for hours, or as long as you are willing! After playing, she loves to curl up next to us on the couch to get plenty of pets & lovin'! Buffy doesn't play much with my other dogs but she gets along with them just fine. Buffy is great with cats too - she knows they're there but she doesn't bother them at all! We don't have children but I've been told she did great with them. Buffy gets very excited when it's time to go for a walk outside! She'd do great with an active family that will take the time to play with her & give her all the attention she deserves! If you are able to throw a ball for her & give her snuggles, she'll be your best friend!
Gender: Female Breed:Labrador Retriever Age: Est DOB: 9/4/2014 Dog friendly: Yes Cat friendly: Yes House trained: Yes Adoption Fee: $500
History: Chanel needed rescue from a reservation where she was a stray. She has settled into rescue and won our hearts. She in incredibly sweet and loving. She is hoping to find a family of her own!
A note from the foster: Chanel loves our 8 yr old son. She is very gentle and loving to him as well as new people. She is an active dog both mentally and physically. She thrives on daily walks and puzzle toys. Although still shy and somewhat timid. Chanel shows great curiosity and wants to be everyone's friend. She gets along very well with our other dogs, cats, and even horses! Chanel would get along great in a home with a routine of daily walks and playtimes. She tend to get bored easily so exercise (both mental and physical is key to a happy home for all). We think that a family with a fenced in yard would be a dream for her. She learns things quickly and I feel she will pick up on fetching really soon. She already knows how to sit and lay down. One area of improvement we are currently working on is separation anxiety. She tends to have occasional accidents or will chew things if left loose in our house unattended (my shoes! LOL). For this we keep her in the crate she sleeps in when we are out. She doesn't mind and will sleep all night in it.
Gender: Female Breed:Schnauzer & Chihuahua Mix Age: Est DOB: 2014 Dog friendly: Yes Cat friendly: Unknown House trained: Yes Adoption Fee: $500
History: Chika needed rescue- she was extremely pregnant and needing help. We welcomed her to rescue and she delivered her beautiful pups. They have settled into a local foster home and are doing great. They are each hoping to find a family of their own! Momma is itty bitty and pups are only 2lbs at 2 months of age.
A note from the foster: Chika is a great little girl that loves to be around people. She is content playing with toys by herself- she will throw them and catch them herself. She loves to lay next to you on the couch and can be held for hours. She is a very sweet dog that gets along with all people and dogs and would make a great addition to a family!
Gender: Female Breed:Shepherd/Golden/Chow Mix Age:Est DOB: 05/05/2014 Dog friendly: Yes Cat friendly: Yes House trained: Yes Adoption Fee: $500
History: This sweet girl needed rescue when she was found as a stray on a reservation. She had two gun shot wounds that needed immediate medical attention. She is healing and cannot wait to find a family of her own!
A note from the foster: Cinnamon is just a sweetheart. She seems very happy and full of life. She definitely has a sparkle in her eye and I swear she is always smiling and wagging her tail. She is very engaged in what is going on and does not let her bum leg slow her down too much. We are proud of her because even with her injuries and stubborn streak she has been learning and catching on to her routines and manners really well: no accidents, is crating nicely so far, and is pretty good with choosing appropriate toys. And she has also stopped counter and table surfing which I know is hard for her when she smells yummy food. Overall she is doing well hanging out with our dogs too, though once in awhile we need to remind her she is not the boss particularly when it comes to the toys. She can get a little possessive and protective sometimes but has really done well when we let her know that she doesn't need to be that way. We are so proud of her.
Update: Cinnamon continues to amaze us with her spirit and determination. We have recently discovered that she is quite the adventure dog and enjoys car rides, exploring out on walks, and being in the water. We took her down for the first time with our dogs to a small river near our home to cool down on a hot day, and she had so much fun swimming and running through the shallow water as well as investigating along the shore. Her other favorite things in life are meeting people, belly rubs, and toys, toys, toys. Cinnamon has now healed up from her injuries, and though she does have a "bum leg" she does not let it her stop her from loving life. She seems to take on life boldly and fearlessly. We are so proud of her in that with all the fireworks and storms these last few weeks, she did not seem to be phased at all. As a matter of fact, she went outside to find out where all the noise was coming from like she wanted to protect everyone and even watched our local fireworks with us in our backyard! We thought that was pretty amazing for a girl who had just recovered from gunshot wounds! Cinnamon is also still crating well and has had zero accidents so is completely housetrained. She is as sweet as she is stubborn, but her stubbornness is actually quite endearing. She will appreciate someone who understands this and is willing to be a strong leader for her. She is currently living with a couple of larger dogs and one cat and is doing well, though we do believe proper introductions meeting new dogs will be very important. This wonderful girl is ready for her special person or family to continue her journey with her.
Gender: Male Breed:Basset Hound Age: Est DOB: 2011 Dog friendly: Yes Cat friendly: Yes House trained: TBD Adoption Fee: $500
History: Poor Cletus arrived to rescue in poor shape- he is a nice boy and we are happy to shower him with love and good care. He is hoping to find a family of his own!
A note from the foster: Cletus is such a handsome, sweet, mellow boy. He's about 5 years old and is very laid back, yet likes to explore in the yard. He walks pretty good on a leash and doesn't pull like most Bassets. He is house-trained and has good house manners. I have only heard him bark once when another dog was walking by the house, otherwise he's very quiet. He gets along great with other dogs and loves people. He's pretty much perfect!!!!
Gender: Male Breed:Shepherd Mix Age: Est DOB: 10/2014 Dog friendly: Yes Cat friendly: Unknown House trained: Yes Adoption Fee: $500
History: Diesel needed rescue from an unfortunate situation. He has settled into rescue and won our hearts. He is hoping to find a family of his own!
A note from the foster: With a name like Diesel, one would expect him to be rough and tough, but don't be fooled! He is the most gentle shepherd mix one would hope for. His long and thin stature and the way he prances around light on his feet, gives you the impression he is a touch fragile. That just means there might be more of him that needs love and protection as moves his way through this wild ride we all call life. He is working on leash manners, minimizing barking, and basic commands such as sit, no, and down. However, he excels at sleeping in his house (aka crate), playing and being friendly with dogs of all ages and sizes, and probably most important, giving all the love a canine owner could ask for and then some. He would do best with an area to stretch his long legs and fly with his easy going free spirit, so an area to run would be ideal. Although not tested, he would probably be fine with kids of all ages, but no cats. Diesel- a sweetheart. Please consider giving him the chance of having a wonderful home he only deserves. Oh! And he'd probably be open to a new nickname at best!
Diesel is the absolute caretaker of the family. Always looking after his brothers and sisters and grooming them gently with his paws and wet kisses to make sure they are clean, happy, and healthy. A true love bug.
Gender: Male Breed: Spaniel Mix Age: 10/13/2013 Dog friendly: Yes Cat friendly: Unknown House trained: In progress Adoption Fee: $450
History: Evan arrived to rescue from a hoarding situation. He is shy, but very friendly. He will need a loving and patient family to help him grow into the well rounded adult that we know he can be!
A note from the foster: Evan is as sweet as he is gorgeous. He is a shy dog that has made tremendous progress since arriving in his foster home. Initially, he was very under-socialized, but every day he becomes more relaxed as he learns about Iiving the good life with his foster family. It is so wonderful to see his happy face when he gets caught up in the moment when playing, earning treats, and learning to trust. Other dogs in the house often steal his treats, and Evan allows that - he is a gentle soul. Evan loves his tennis balls. He is really athletic and can catch them in mid air! Evan makes the most adorable “woof woof” sound when he is trying to see if he can encourage me to give him a treat - it is so cute and absolutely irresistible. I always laugh, and he always gets the treat.
He has become comfortable living with several other dogs and he is becoming curious of people he doesn't know who visit the house. Evan’s adopters will need to continue to work with him using positive training methods and should be prepared for that to take some time. He will do best in a calm adult-only home with another friendly dog that loves to play. He hasn't had experience with cats in his foster home. Evan currently takes daily medication to help him with anxiety and may need to continue that medication throughout his life. Due to allergies, he should be fed a grain free diet. He is trained to use potty pads indoors, and is making progress with a trainer on learning how to go outside, and to accept a leash. Evan is fearful of certain noises, people approaching him too quickly, and unfamiliar situations. He currently travels to the vet and to the groomer in a crate. Evan shows no sign that his progress is stalling, so with patience, a calm environment, and time to adjust to a new home, there is no telling how far he can go.
History: Leena is a super sweet basset/bully mix that needed rescue from a rural impound. She has melted our hearts with her sweet ways and loving eyes. She would love to find a family of her own!
A note from the foster: Leena is a sweetheart. She is about 60 lbs. She seems to get along with other dogs and kids. She's met many dogs at a few different dog parks and done great with different temperaments and sizes. She's up for anything - walk around the block, tug with a toy, chew on a treat, nap (on you, of course). She also walks great on a leash! She is still working out house training, still a few accidents that routine should help. She would do well in any home!
Gender: Male Breed:Hound Age:Est DOB: 12/18/2013 Dog friendly: Yes Cat friendly: Unknown House trained: Yes Adoption Fee: $500
History: Louie is an awesome boy. He was returned to rescue when his family realized they were not able to give him what he deserves. He is a friendly boy that enjoys playtime with other dogs. He is a little unsure in new situations. He is eager to please and will melt your heart..
A note from the foster: Louis is inquisitive and friendly. He follows the commands sit, lay, roll, stay. Running free in open space and playing tug-a-war with the rope are two of his favorite activities. Louis loves attention from people, playing with kids and chasing other dogs.
Gender: Female Breed: Spaniel Mix Age: 10/14/2012 Dog friendly: Yes Cat friendly: Unknown House trained: In progress Adoption Fee: $500
History: Maddie arrived to rescue when she was removed from a horrible hoarding situation. She is extremely shy, but friendly. She will need a very patient family to welcome her home. She is very under-socialized and it could take months-years for her to grow into a well adjusted adult. She has a lot of potential, she just needs the right family. She will need a family with a fenced in yard.
A note from the foster: Maddie is a sweetheart. It took her months to warm up to her current foster mom, but she has revealed herself to be a snuggle bug. Maddie has been in foster care since November 2014. She is shy and undersocialized to humans and the outdoors, but she is increasingly becoming more confident. Maddie does well with other dogs, but isn’t usually interested in playing. She prefers to hang out with you while you are watching TV, reading or just doing stuff around the house - and if you have some time to pet her, that is even better. Maddie is an observer, but if the treats come out, she will quickly figure out what she needs to do to get one. Lounging on the couch and observing what is going on is a favorite activity for Maddie. She adores resting in her crate with a bully stick or something tempting to chew on. She loves to lay in bed and snuggle. Maddie acts like she is a real princess sometimes.
Maddie had a rough start, arriving into rescue from a hoarding situation in poor condition, underweight, and extremely under-socialized. Maddie will need some time to warm up to her new home. A quiet adult home would be best for Maddie. She has not had experience with cats. Her adopter should have some prior experience with dogs. Maddie’s family will need to continue to work with her using positive training methods. Patience is key, as Maddie is a work in progress. She is partially potty trained and uses potty pads indoors. She would do best in a quiet home, and would prefer to live with other calm dogs, though she might also do well as an only dog. Maddie currently takes daily medication to help her with anxiety and may need to continue that medication throughout her life. Maddie will need more work on gaining confidence outdoors, and should have a fenced yard. She is working on accepting a leash. She does allow her foster Mom to carry her, when necessary. Maddie deserves a home that will make her feel special. Maddie is not going to let a bad start in life set the tone for her future. She is gaining the confidence that she will need to be a great companion for the right home.
Gender: Female Breed:Shepherd & Hound Mix Age: Est DOB: 11/2011 Dog friendly: Yes Cat friendly: Unknown House trained: Yes Adoption Fee: $500
History: Marley is a super sweet and easy going girl. She is hoping to find a family of her own!
A note from the foster: Sweet Marley has been through more than any dog should ever go through. Luckily, she was rescued off the euthanasia list at her shelter and has settled in perfectly to her new foster home. It took her a week or two to adjust to living in a safe and loving home, but she has progressed leaps and bounds since coming into rescue. Her favorite things are taking naps on the couch, snuggling in her kennel, and following you around the house. Honestly, we think Marley just needs love and affection, nothing special. She’s not one for playing fetch or chasing other dogs, just loves to cuddle and snooze. She gets along so well with our own dog and the two of them have quickly become best buddies. Marley is housebroken, great with kids and dogs, and is really low-maintenance. She’d be perfect for a family looking for a calmer, lovable companion. She just needs the right family to give her a chance!
Gender: Female Breed:Golden Retriever & Labrador Retriever Mix Age: Est DOB: 2013 Dog friendly: Yes Cat friendly: Yes House trained: Yes Adoption Fee: $500
History: Momma Ariel arrived to rescue along with newborn puppies that had all been dumped at an overcrowded shelter. She has settled into a foster home and is doing great. Her pups were adopted months ago but she had to wait and undergo heart-worm treatment. She has completed treatment and is ready for adoption! She is super shy and skittish in new situations. She will need a patient and committed family to welcome her home-she is worth the extra effort tenfold.
A note from the foster: Ariel was a skinny scared rescue from Joplin, MO. Doesn't specify if she gave birth to eight (8) pups on the streets or in the shelter. She came to rescue with her five puppies, three died at the shelter. She is a very shy dog and only trusts a couple of people. Ariel worked with a specialist and her potential was recognized and is improving with her socializing. She is so very sweet and motherly. She loves all the rescues that come and go. She pays special attention to the puppies. There was a time when Ariel would not get into vehicles she was so scared, she has no problem now. She enjoys going for walks. She mostly enjoys attention....she can't ever get enough. Ariel doesn't need a crate and hates them! She used to have separation anxiety, but is much better now that she knows we're coming back home after work. She loves kids. She loves to nestle up close until you pet her. She is her foster mom's shadow.
History: Momma Princess Dottie is a pointer mix that needed rescue with her newborn family from an overcrowded shelter. She settled into rescue and has won our hearts She and her pups are doing great. They would each love to find a family of their own!.
A note from the foster: Momma is a sweet girl that likes to take her time to get to know you and trust you. She takes her time warming up to different environments and once she does she is a big goofball and really just wants to cuddle up and and get as many rubs as possible (especially behind the ears). After a proper introduction, she loves playing with other dogs and also my two cats as well. Her favorite toys are rope toys she can play tug with, anything you can throw across the yard to her, and chew bones she can naw on forever. She is house trained and likes to stay on routine with feeding time, play time, and rest time. We are working on getting comfortable in new situations with new people and sounds, learning basic commands, and personal space with food.
Gender: Male Breed:Pomeranian Age: Est DOB: 12/2011 Dog friendly: Yes Cat friendly: Yes House trained: In Progress Adoption Fee: $500
History: Peppy needed rescue from an unfortunate situation. He is a very sweet gentleman hoping to find a family of his own!
A note from the foster: Peppy is a sweet and handsome little guy. He was very shy at first, but after just a few days he had settled in and is now happy and comfortable and loves attention! Peppy is still shy around new people, but we're working on socialization. He loves his toys, and you'll find them collected and gathered on his dog bed or in his pen or kennel. He consistently goes to the bathroom outside and rarely has an accident inside. He is also crate-trained. Peppy would do best in a quiet household. He is on a soft/canned food diet due to missing teeth.
Gender: Male Breed: Maltese Age: Est. DOB: 2010 Dog friendly: Yes Cat friendly: No House trained: TBD (seems to be) Adoption Fee: $500
History: Prince needed rescue, he was an unclaimed stray at a local impound. He was very thin and tested positive for diabetes. We welcomed him to rescue, got him into the groomer, and into the vet. He is looking and feeling much better. He has started his insulin treatments and is slowly putting on some weight. He is extremely sweet and loves to be snuggled in close. He would love to find a family of his own!
A note from the foster: Prince is a charming seven year old (approximately) 8 ½ pound Maltese who has been searching for that one special and committed family which is willing to see through his special needs and appreciate the affectionate and loving little fellow he truly is. Prince was found to be diabetic upon rescue. With food formulated for diabetic dogs and twice daily insulin injections his diabetes is under excellent control. His insulin is VERY easy to give (and not expensive at all) and anyone can easily learn the simple technique, so don’t let that prevent you from offering your love to him! Blind in one eye and nearly blind in the other due to cataracts, it is amazing how fast he adapts to his environment and learns his way around the house and yard. In his own home he needs no supervision, but when out of familiar surroundings may need some supervision and cueing to avoid falls down steps or running into walls. If he does stumble or fall, he just picks himself up and brushes himself off and proceeds as if nothing happened! Prince indeed feels he is the “ruler” in the household and as such would be happy in a home with no other dogs (though given time he has adjusted well to his two foster “housemates”). His personality might be described as sassy, affectionate, energetic, cuddler, protector, in charge…… he bonds quickly with his humans. Prince has issues with bladder and bowel control which are managed with use of a “belly band”. It is helpful to let him outside frequently throughout the day to provide opportunities to relieve himself and combined with the belly band this pretty much prevents accidents (urination) in the house. He does have small bowel movements in the house which are easy to clean up (very dry and crumbly likely due to the diet he is on). There have been no “accidents” when he is crated. Though he prefers sleeping on the bed with his human, he is perfectly satisfied sleeping in his crate ate night. He also accepts being crated when left alone for more than a few hours. Prince loves road trips and behaves perfectly in the car. He has his own elevated basket/seat which enables him to see out the windows, but he is also happy just dozing on the car seat. He is the best traveling companion! Prince certainly has some physical limitations but just as we humans continue to need and desire a safe and loving home as we age, Prince needs and deserves his own loving family willing to overlook his short comings and see through to his true personality.
Gender: Female Breed:Shepherd & Australian Cattle Dog (Blue Heeler) Mix Age:Est DOB: 08/03/2014 Dog friendly: Yes Cat friendly: We wouldn't recommend living with cats House trained: Yes Adoption Fee: $500
History: Poor Sheba. She has obviously had a difficult past. She arrived to rescue as a stray off of a reservation, recovering from severe chemical burn wounds. She is a sweet girl hoping to find a family ready to give her all of the love and care she deserves.
A note from the foster: Hi friends, my name is Sheba. I may have been injured by hands of mankind, but I am not giving up on finding that special someone who will love me just as much as I'm willing to love them. I am tough, I am strong and I am on a hunt to a better life than my past. My wound may shy some away, but don't be fooled. I still enjoy running and playing with my dog friends, going for morning and afternoon walks with my foster parents, and shaking up all the cool toys I have. I am great on leash, but love squirrels, cats, and bunnies, so it is probably not smart for me to be in a house that has other four legged critters besides dogs. I get along with dogs of all ages, sizes, breeds, and gender and I have a very kind soul to everyone including kids. I may be shy around men at first, but I warm up to them quickly especially if they have a treat in hand and treat me with nothing but love. I'm looking for my perfect, active companion and I hope that special someone is you.
Gender: Male Breed: Pomeranian Age: Est DOB: 11/2012 Dog friendly: Yes Cat friendly: Yes House trained: In Progress-TBD Adoption Fee: $500
History: These sweet pomeranians needed rescue from an unfortunate situation. They are settling into their fosters and doing great. They would each love to find a family of their own!
A note from the foster: Splish is one handsome and mellow fellow! He just loves to soak up love and affection, especially from our two young daughters. Splish is doing really well house training and getting along with our resident dogs. I have a feeling they will start playing together real soon. Splish is a four year old, 8 pound Pomeranian ready to find his forever home.
Gender: Male Breed:Chihuahua & Boston Terrier Mix Age:Est DOB: 2011 Dog friendly: Yes Cat friendly: Yes House trained: Yes Adoption Fee: $500
History: Tiny will melt your heart. He is a sweet boy that just wants to be loved.
A note from the foster: Tiny is a sweetheart who is very shy at first, but warms up fast and is a complete snuggle bug. He loves being outdoors where he can just hang out in the sun while you do yard work or sit on the deck with you while you relax, he is definitely observant of everything going on outside. We like to take him to the lake where he has a blanket we take with and he lays down next to me and seems to just enjoy the finer things in life. We have specific times set aside each evening that Tiny is allowed to chew on his bones, something he really loves to do. He does not have any interest in any toys or playing fetch at this time, but I am still trying to show him that it’s okay to play and have fun and slowly I can see the more playful side of Tiny coming out. Tiny can also “dance” on his back legs, while begging for a treat, which he takes very gently from you. Overall, wherever you are, you can expect Tiny to be. If he strays to far from me outside, by simply calling his name, he does come back by me. Tiny has been doing great with going to do his business outside. We take him out frequently to ensure that he does not have any accidents in the house.
Tiny has been around other dogs, and does great with them; he even tries to snuggle with his foster brother. Tiny has also been around younger children, however because he is very shy at first, I think a home with older children or without children would be the best fit for him. Tiny is also kennel trained, we put him in the kennel when we leave for longer periods of time. However, if we are only gone for a short period of time, we don’t kennel him and he does just fine.
Tiny would be a great asset to any family looking for a snuggling, little guy. He loves attention and would really enjoy a family who would love to give him a lot of belly rubs.
Gender: Female Breed: Spaniel Mix Age: 2012 Dog friendly: Yes Cat friendly: Unknown House trained: In progress Adoption Fee: $450
History: Willow arrived to rescue when she was removed from a horrible hoarding situation. She is extremely shy, but friendly. She will need a very patient family to welcome him home. She is very under-socialized and it could take months-years for her to grow into a well adjusted adult. She has a lot of potential, she just needs the right family. She will need a family with a fenced in yard.
A note from the foster: Willow weighs 17 lbs. She is very active and curious. She is very brave and will try new things daily. Willow loves to get attention – getting her ears rubbed is one of her favorite things. She likes playing with toys and other dogs. Willow has a very submissive and sweet personality. She is just getting to know a lot of new things but is picking them up very fast. She is a very smart dog. She is not leash trained yet and therefore would prefer to be fenced in. The family or persons adopting Willow should be: moderately active, willing to put in time and patience, want a single or multiple dog home, live in the city, country, apt or house, work in or out of the home, research skittish dogs and how to handle them before adopting, should preferably have a fenced in yard.