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Geena

Geena
Geena is protective, and she also has a defined preference for females. Geena came to us as an out-of-state stray. She is strong-minded, but young and malleable. Very fun-oriented, she has cute antics and is delightful to watch. Geena is an attractive dog, with very nice markings. The best placement for her will be in a household where she will largely be with the person or persons familiar to her -- not a lot of "stranger-traffic" and no children.
Age: 
Young
Size: 
Small
Adoption Status: 
Adoptable

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.

Jacob

Jacob
Jacob is approximately 1 1/2 years old and came to us through out-of-state foster. He is probably house-trained, current on all vaccinations and is neutered. This great-looking, dark brindle dog is really good with other dogs. With people, he is shy and likes a predictable environment, but warms up nicely once a bond is established. He has a strong sensitivity to his surroundings, so he is currently receiving a lot of socialization experiences and exposure to new things, to which he is responding in positive ways!
Age: 
Young
Size: 
Medium
Adoption Status: 
Adoptable

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?

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.

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!

Breezy

Breezy
Breezy bonds quickly and securely and seems to choose one individual as the focus of his world. He has a sweet nature and a delicate build. His coat is very light and short, so sunning will need to be minimized. At 8 months old, Breezy has little experience with the basics of house-training, so will require a strict schedule and patient but "dogged" guidance. Still, he is an adorable, very small boy who is hoping for that special someone to come along and do a walk through life with him!

Jack

Jack
Jack is a 9 year old doxie, who is very sweet-tempered and "mostly" house-trained (He doesn't like the cold). He loves walks, but mainly likes to curl up with someone he loves next to the stove. He arrived as an owner-surrender, due to owner's move into assisted living.

Nini

Nini
This precious little one is a happy, personable, enthusiastic being, despite her difficulties up to now. Nini (formerly labeled Theresa) is truly ready for some sweetness in life, having been seized from a hoarding situation along with several others who found their way to Annie's Orphans. Like the other dogs, she was malnourished and so matted that her coat had to be shaved down. She was also treated for bilateral ear infection. It's believed that Nini was kept crated for much of her life which, with poor nutritional status, contributed to little muscle mass. Upon arrival, she used her rear, right leg very little and seemed unable to support much weight on it. The professional belief was that she had patellar subluxation. However, with a few weeks of good nutrition and increased ability to exercise, she has made a remarkable turnaround. She is now exhibiting boundless energy and is using all fours smoothly with very little favoring noticed, and that being sporadic. We are looking for the perfect lifetime companion(s) for Nini. She is attentive and loves people and enjoys being given love and attention. She also likes dogs, but is a dominant girl with a high play need and is food-protective with other dogs (probably a result of having to vie for meals). A home without small children is being sought, since Nini weighs less than 7 pounds and has a delicate frame. She is believed to be 1 1/2 years old.
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