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Harry

Harry
Harry JUST arrived, full of energy, playfulness, love of life and of people. He gets along famously with other dogs, is 1 year old, has a beautiful, strong build and -- at 22 pounds -- is a VERY large Crested. As you can see, he is the hairless variety and, as a stray, was a surprise find! After being held at a municipal shelter for 5 days and not claimed by anyone that may have lost him, he was sent our way. He loves socializing and is looking for just the right person to love!

Lexi

Lexi
This ten month old girl has the world before her! She still has some growing to do and is in need of a "formal education," but is intelligent and eager to learn. She has a sweet, loving, submissive personality. Lexi comes immediately upon recall. She hasn't yet learned much about toys, but plays well with other dogs and loves people. We don't know right now how she responds to children or cats or if any house training has been done. She is an extremely attractive and appealing dog and probably won't be with us for long, so let us know of your interest soon!

Ariel

Ariel
Sweet little Ariel was sent our way, a very pregnant girl whose time was up for finding a home at another shelter. She was picked up running loose and was, unfortunately, impregnated during her first heat cycle. She had her "one-time" healthy litter of seven shortly after arriving and performed her role as a mother extremely well, especially considering that, at the time, she was still under a year old herself. She is a very people-focused lady, good with dogs, very attentive, affectionate and eager to learn. Ariel's ideal home will include another medium-energy canine friend and a family that will provide moderate activity, since an early-life injury to one of her feet causes some slight compromise. This 2 year old is ready to start a new life of her own -- filled with comforts, ample vittles and LOTS of affection!

Oliver/Odie

Oliver/Odie
One very appealing boy, Oliver is extremely social, excellent with people and good with most other dogs. He is about 1 1/2 years old and came from a Missouri high-kill shelter, having been found as a stray puppy trying to eke out a living for himself. While he is largely house-trained, he will still need supervision. Oliver also benefits from the presence of another well-trained dog within the household whose cues he can follow. One concern is that Oliver has developed a liking for cords/hoses, and training is in place to discourage this fetish. Site-specific training as well as supervision will need to occur after he has found his perfect home.

Creamer

Creamer
Creamer came to Annie's Orphans along with 4 other poodle mixes who had been raised in and rescued from a hoarding environment. She is one cute girl, full of life and eager to play with any mix of adults, kids and dogs. She is around 7 or 8 pounds, solid white and has a sturdy, doxie build. Creamer is 3 years old.

Nico

Nico
Nico is especially loving. No background information came with him, but he is probably 4 or 5 years old. Little Nico has a heart-condition, for which medication is necessary. He would be a great companion for an older person.

Abigail/Abby

Abigail/Abby
Once she gets to know you, Abigail is a very friendly, 3 year old Doxie. She is good with cats and fine with dogs, although she is more dominant in approach to the latter. She enjoys car-rides and is crate trained/house-trained, as well. She has no known health issues, other than carrying a bit too much weight. She is a food-monger and will "climb" in order to get out-of-reach food, so she will do best with someone whose work/life is centered from home.

Monty

Monty
Monty is one of the most loving little guys I've ever been around. great with other dogs and kids. Actually he thinks everyone is his best friend. He is active and playful and loves to go for walks. He is four years old and needs a loving home so bad. He needs to be watched in the house at first and needs a little more house training.

Pam

Pam
Pam is a 4 year old, pure-bred Boston Terrier, quite a bit larger than most. She and her friend, Sam, needed placement when their aging companions moved into assisted living, and Annie's was called since the family hoped to avoid any risk that the beloved pets might be euthanized. Pam is friendly, sweet and playful. She is a trimmer, more fit dog than when she first came to us, but she does have a tendency to gain weight; therefore, free-feeding would not work for her. Pam is microchipped.

Pooch

Pooch
Pooch was owner-surrendered, due to life circumstances. She is simply beautiful and is really good with people and other dogs. Like other Shelties, she is a vocal girl. Upon meeting, she is a tiny bit shy at first, but within minutes is ready to play and cuddle. She won't last long here, so if interested, drop an email to us right away!
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