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Alice

What are people thinking???  Dropped off at the shelter as a senior!   Unbelievable!  I'm a good boy and I have the typical appeal that all deserving dogs have ... soft fur, sweet eyes, irresistible ears and because of my unfortunate present state, some very insecure behavior :).  Where are my people?  Where are my toys?  Hey, you may as well know it up front ... I'm nervous and concerned for my future.  In fact, at this point I lack a bit of confidence. You see ... I was once in a house and use to a couch.  No middle aged or senior dog should have to find themselves in a shelter in their golden days.

 

Note: Please keep in mind that all adoptable pets need time to decompress once they enter a home. For some it will happen quickly and for others it might take a few weeks. You'll want to be understanding of what they have been through and their level of insecurity. We ask that you treat all of them as if they were an 8 week old puppy. Assume they know nothing and begin at step one. You'll soon know what they are capable of and what behaviors you will need to "kindly" work on with your new family member. It's called commitment! And, that's what these pets want more than anything!

 

*We recommend that if you have other dogs to bring them to meet your potential new dog.

Rainer

Meet, Ranier, this week’s dog …

 

What are people thinking???  Dropped off at the shelter as a senior!   Unbelievable!  I'm a good boy and I have the typical appeal that all deserving dogs have ... soft fur, sweet eyes, irresistible ears and because of my unfortunate present state, some very insecure behavior :).  Where are my people?  Where are my toys?  Hey, you may as well know it up front ... I'm nervous and concerned for my future.  In fact, at this point I lack a bit of confidence. You see ... I was once in a house and use to a couch.  No middle aged or senior dog should have to find themselves in a shelter in their golden days.

 

Note: Please keep in mind that all adoptable pets need time to decompress once they enter a home. For some it will happen quickly and for others it might take a few weeks. You'll want to be understanding of what they have been through and their level of insecurity. We ask that you treat all of them as if they were an 8 week old puppy. Assume they know nothing and begin at step one. You'll soon know what they are capable of and what behaviors you will need to "kindly" work on with your new family member. It's called commitment! And, that's what these pets want more than anything!

 

*We recommend that if you have other dogs to bring them to meet your potential new dog.

Finn

Finn is a charmer!  This teenage dog is just less than a year and was adorable to work with.  We always say that teenagers have the same needs as puppies but because their intelligence is more mature, the learning curve is much less challenging – but your expectation needs to be for a puppy and his progress will offer you a pleasant surprise.  Let’s not delay … Finn is looking for his home for the holidays. 

 

Note: Please keep in mind that all adoptable pets need time to decompress once they enter a home. For some it will happen quickly and for others it might take a few weeks. You'll want to be understanding of what they have been through and their level of insecurity. We ask that you treat all of them as if they were an 8 week old puppy. Assume they know nothing and begin at step one. You'll soon know what they are capable of and what behaviors you will need to "kindly" work on with your new family member. It's called commitment! And, that's what these pets want more than anything!

 

*We recommend that if you have other dogs to bring them to meet your potential new dog.

Ricky the dog

Meet our sweet Ricky …

 

Do not make the mistake of overlooking dogs who have been at the shelter for a long time. They are just as worthy of a home as any other dog there, and deserve a chance to show how GREAT they are! Ricky has been at the shelter since July! He is very anxious to get a home before the holidays. Ricky is about 3 to 4 years old, and a "lab-boxer" mix. We were very surprised that he did not get a home during the adopt-a-thon this past weekend. Ricky loves everyone!  He even lets people dress him up in funny costumes! But as you can imagine, he is tired of being in a cage. Don't you want to rescue him? If your house is full, then please consider SHARING Ricky's post... it is too sad to let this dog go one more day in the shelter!

 

Note: Please keep in mind that all adoptable pets need time to decompress once they enter a home. For some it will happen quickly and for others it might take a few weeks. You'll want to be understanding of what they have been through and their level of insecurity. We ask that you treat all of them as if they were an 8 week old puppy. Assume they know nothing and begin at step one. You'll soon know what they are capable of and what behaviors you will need to "kindly" work on with your new family member. It's called commitment! And, that's what these pets want more than anything!

 

*We recommend that if you have other dogs to bring them to meet your potential new dog.