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Sammy2

Sammy2
Sammy is a Mountain Feist, a hunting breed, who came to us as an owner-surrender. He is 1 year old, approximately 20 lbs and is a bundle of good-natured energy. Sammy is crate-trained and walks very well on leash. (Fence and leash are requirements.) Upon his arrival here, we tested Sammy for heart-worm and, sadly, he tested positive. The good news is that his treatment went very well and is now complete. So, Sammy is back in swing and is ready to tackle the world again with his happy, healthy, full-of-life attitude!

Tootsie

Tootsie
Eagerly awaiting her new family, Tootsie has gone through a transformation! With the help of a good foster home, she has left her formerly shy, uncertain self behind and is now showing up with confidence, energy and playfulness! She LOVES water-play and is good with other dogs and cats. Understandably, due to her size, she is not comfortable with small children, so a home with young kids would not be a good match. Tootsie is around 8 years old, which for a Chihuahua, is considered only early middle-age. She's patiently anticipating a call or email from "her person."

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!

Murphy

Murphy
This little man's innocent, "who me" expression will bring a smile to your face! He is a high-energy, "Dennis-the-Menace" delight, but his happy face doesn't reflect his near-miss from an unhappy ending in a high-kill shelter in Missouri. Murphy is around 1 year old, good with dogs and older kids. He's about 25 lbs. He is puppy-style unruly and will require lots of training and patience, but he's worth it!

Simon

Simon
Simon is back. This little man was adopted out in 2011, but has some behavioral problems that will require patience and love. You see, Simon came from a hoarding background. He is now learning a lot about life and freedom and, while the 3 other dogs that arrived with Simon from the same hoarding situation have adapted quite well to their new loving homes, it looks like Simon needs more time. He would like a home with structure and lots of positive attention. He is young, at just over a year old, and seems happiest in the presence of other dogs.

Pierre

Pierre
Pierre just came to us from a hoarding situation and so much wants to find his new home! His coat had to be shaved down, but looks as if it's going to come in thick and beautiful. He is good-natured and loving, full of personality and very desirous of affection. He will need structure and individualized attention/training. Pierre is under 3 years old.

Kira

Kira
Our Red Heeler girl, here, is still very young (7 months old), but knows a number of commands and has the energy, intelligence and NEED for a good job. Like many of this breed, if her energy is not directed, she gets bored and will find a means of occupying herself, so it's best to give her a focus! Doesn't your home need a sharp gal with a good work ethic?

Buddy

Buddy
Buddy is one of the cutest, most interesting mix of breeds you'll ever see! He has the beautiful butterfly ears and markings of the Papillon blended into the body of a Corgi! He is an owner-surrender with an even temperament and high intelligence. He is good with kids, an active fellow and is well on his way to being house-trained. Buddy is a little shy and needs training, but will come around; he is, after all, only 1 year old or less.

Shotze

Shotze
This tweenie-sized dude is handsome, nicely colored, energetic and hungry for a loving home. He is good with other dogs and makes friends easily, but is not overly fond of dogs that are too pushy. He is a robust, well-built little charmer. Shotze loves playing with his squeaky toys and socializing with people. Check him out!

Angus

Angus
This kid looks like a tall Cairn Terrier. Angus has recovered from being bitten by a rattlesnake and has been fostered out, since personal reasons prevent his former owner from keeping him. His best buddy is Bentley, also on this site. Angus is territorial with other dogs, but otherwise seems to have an even approach to the world. Angus is most likely house-trained, but we don't know for certain yet.
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