Dog of the Week: Gimpy

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This handsome fellow is four years old. He is very friendly and enjoys the company of people. He likes other dogs, but would do best if the other Gimpy 3dogs are not overly exuberant. He is housebroken and kennels well when his foster parents are gone. At night he sleeps in the bedroom with his foster parents on his own bed. He loves toys! He knows sit, shake, and lay down. He is working on learning how to stay. He does not bark and is independent when his foster parents aren’t loving him up. However, he has lost sight in his right eye due to an unknown injury. He will do best in a home that has no young children. Gimpy is up to date on his vaccinations and micro chipped.

If you would like to meet Gimpy email Carol at The adoption application can be found HERE.

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Dog of the Week: Ginger


Hi, my name is Ginger just like the movie star on Gilligan’s Island.  We have the same color of hair, but I am shorter and have four legs!  I am a young Lab/Terrier mix under two years old and am looking for that home I can call my very own.  I  still have that puppy energy in me and I love to chase 00002balls – I just haven’t been trained to bring them back to you yet.  That could be our first play time together.

I am very treat motivated which makes me easily trainable.  Show me a treat and I will follow you until you give it to me.  I need an active family and kids over eight are OK.  I like playing with them if they like to throw balls. I like hugs and getting a pet but I am not a couch potato so I will not be next to you watching those movies or Judge Judy in the afternoon.

I would be good in a home without other dogs or cats.

You can fill out an adoption application HERE.

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Dog of the Week: Tina


Hello, I am Tina, an 11 week old Doberman mix, an alpha female in a tiny package. I come from a foster house of five other dogs, and I can Tina 2outlast all of them. I love to play and wrestle and that’s when I practice my tiny growl; I’m getting very good at it. I’m working on being potty trained. I’m very playful and love my toys, though most of them don’t last very long. There is a baby pool at my foster home and surprisingly I love water. So if you’re looking for a whirlwind of energy I’m your little girl. Oh.. and I almost forgot to tell you about a cute thing I do.. I get the hiccups sometimes and my foster mom says it is the most adorable thing ever! I bet you can’t wait to meet me! I am something special!

For more information contact An adoption application can be completed HERE.

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Dog of the Week: Kismet


Hi, my name is Kismet which means “fate” or “destiny” and I hope I’m destined to be your best friend. My foster mom tells everyone that she thinks I am an English Toy Terrier with possibly some Chihuahua mixed in. She says that means I have both beauty and brains! The vet told me I am two years old and weigh 10 pounds.

Kismet 2I love to cuddle under the blankets with my foster mom and sleep next to her every night. I entertain myself by playing with toys and toss then snap them in true Terrier fashion. I am fun but not too energetic and my foster mom really appreciates that! She wanted me to tell you that I would do best with a single person or couple who spend time at home. I do get nervous around kids so I would be happiest with an adult – maybe even an adult all to myself because I can see myself being a princess!

I am up to date on my vaccinations, spayed, and microchipped. For more information about me, please contact An adoption application can be found HERE.

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Dog of the Week: Mila


Mila is terrier mix. She is an incredibly sweet, lovable, and loyal dog. She loves to be around her people all of the time—she always has to be in the same room as them. She loves attention and especially loves a good belly rub. She gets along really well with other dogs and hasn’t met a person that she doesn’t like. Mila does really well on a leash and knows how to sit and stay. She does really well in her kennel and doesn’t bark unless the other dogs in the house start barking. She is very quick to learn and motivated by treats. Mila doesn’t mind being in her kennel at night to sleep and during the day while we are at work. Mila has made a lot of progress potty training. Mila has not been cat tested.

Milah 2Mila came to us a couple of months ago as a puppy with demodectic mange. This is a mange caused by tiny mites that are present on most dogs but on some their populations explode. Puppies are susceptible. Mila was treated and her hair has grown back in where it had thinned from the mange. This type of mange can wax and wane for several months so she may need to be treated again if it returns.

Mila is up to date on vaccinations, spayed, and microchipped. She is nine months old and weighs about 35 pounds.

For more information about Mila, please An adoption application can be complete HERE.

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Dog of the Week: Oz

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Oz is a very stable dog – great with people of all ages, dogs and dog savvy cats. He has his share of energy so he needs somebody who will ensure that he gets the exercise he needs. He is best walked using an easy-walk harness which helps him walk without pulling so much.

OzOz is a dog that will attach himself to one person. He is friendly to everyone but during his time with us it was very clear that he had a favorite person. Oz is a super dog that has been exposed to many different situations and has always been perfectly behaved. You will love this dog the minute you meet him.

Oz is up to date on vaccinations, neutered and microchipped. Oz is approximately a year and a half old and he weighs 67 pounds.

For more information about Oz, please contact The adoption application can be completed HERE.

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Dog of the Week: Ted


Hi! My name is Ted and I’m a 4-5 year old Jack Russell Terrier. I’m a jack of all trades! When I’m inside, my favorite place will be cuddled up next to you or playing with my toys on the floor. I think squeaky toys and rope toys are amazing! When I’m outside, I’m a brave explorer and would love to have a yard to run around in.

I grew up in a home with 41 other dogs and didn’t get a lot of individual attention, but I am loving life now! I’m learning to sit and down, have good indoor manners, and love attention and treats so I should learn fast if you’re patient with me. I’m a great walker and happily go in my kennel when my foster family is away and sleep in my kennel at night. I would do better in a home without cats (they’re fun to chase!) but I get along great with my doggy foster sisters. I’d love to meet my forever family and come cuddle with you!

Ted 3For more information about Ted, please contact The adoption application can be found HERE.


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