Recently Adopted

Cinnamon: Female, 8 years old

Here's another senior, 8 years old.  She sure lives up to her color!  Sadly, her owner dies and she's floundering and in search of a new home.  She doesn't especially like thunder, and needs a fence.  She gets along with everybody, which includes kids, dogs and cats.  She has become fast friends with Cinnamon, who shares a foster home with her.  Perhaps you'd consider adopting them both.


Tawny: Female, 8 years old

This cutie patootie is 8 years young.  She's an owner turn-in because they didn't have enough time for her.  And, they just couldn't seem to keep her in the yard. Obviously, we're looking for a family with a fence.  Tawny is good with kids, other dogs, and cats.  How about it?  Can you handle this wanderer?.


Tawny & Cinnamon      

Tawny and Cinnamon have become best buddies in their foster home.


Murphy: Male, 18 months old

As is typical in young dogs, and especially with Murphy, energy is abounding.  He is an 18-month-old guy who was an owner turn-in due to an illness in the family and the inability to give him the exercise he needs.  He is good with other dogs, is what we call a Velcro dog (sticks to you), and will become your shadow.
If you're looking for a constant companion, Murphy's your guy.


Buddy: Male, 2 years old

Buddy - only difference between Buddy and a golden is the color. His family didn't have time for him, so he's looking for a new home--absolutely with a fence. He's good with kids and other dogs, but we're not sure about cats. Walking on a leash seems to be rather new to him, so he needs someone to work with him on that. Did I say he's 2?.

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Snickers: Male, 6 years old

Snickers is a 6yr. old who was left behind when his owner had to move out of state. He is a very happy go lucky tall boy who loves everyone he meets. Snickers is strong and active but learning to walk well on a leash. He would like a forever home with a big fenced yard and another canine companion to run and play with him. Snickers also wanted us to mention his copiloting skills in the car!


Millie: Female, 2 years old

This cutie is just 2 years old, but she's had a tough time of it so far. That's all going to change. She was used for breeding, but was one of the luckier ones and got out sooner than most. Millie is good with other dogs, kids and cats. She will do best in a home that has another young dog, so that her energy stays in check.


Rufus: Male, 2 years old

Another young fella (2 years), Rufus has lots of energy. He wants a home where someone can work out with him--walking, running, and chasing balls. OK, he'll chase the balls, but he needs someone to throw them. He gets along fine with other dogs, kids and even cats.


Summer: Female, 10 years old

This senior gal (10 years old) is wondering why she's being bounced around. She found herself at the shelter, confused and waiting for help. Summer is a bit overweight and has arthritis (don't we all), so she needs Weight Watchers and is currently on some medication for the arthritis and glucosamine to help her joints. Won't you please step up for her? She's good with people, other dogs and even cats.