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Puck

Puck demonstrates wariness and guarding-behaviors with people and is a bite-risk with strangers.  He is a tweenie-sized, dark red doxie, who was owner-surrendered. While running loose in a neighborhood, he was reported to have been hit by a car, but amazingly shows no ill effects from this experience! He is also shy, but this is improving with more human contact.  

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Sex: Male

Age: Senior

Adoption Status: Resident

BREED: Dachshund

 
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Strider

 Strider is a handsome boy: A perfect example of the southeastern Carolina Dog.  He has, unfortunately, been mishandled; thus, he has a phobia of leashes, has evidenced some unpredictable fear-based behaviors and is a bite-risk with people he doesn't know. Strider came to us through an out-of-state shelter.

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Sex: Male

Age: Senior

Adoption Status: Resident

BREED: Carolina Dog

 
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Gus

Gus is a Malamute mix, who came from an out-of-state shelter and has serious behavioral issues and unpredictability in his responses to people.   Nonetheless, he is quite bonded to several staff-members and volunteers here.

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Sex: Male

Age: Senior

Adoption Status: Resident

BREED: Malamute mix

 
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Sky

  Sky came to us, pregnant, from a municipal shelter and was fostered during the time of her pregnancy. However, since that time, Sky's temperament has become increasingly unpredictable, and she is not able to be adopted. 

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Sex: Female

Age: Senior

Adoption Status: Resident

BREED: Boxer mix

 
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Fonzie

This very attractive fellow was rescued years ago from a New Mexico pound and surrendered to Annie’s Orphans. Fonzie has serious attachment difficulties and is a bite-risk. We have reason to believe that he was severely abused, leading to a total lack of trust in people. 

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Sex: Male

Age: Senior

Adoption Status: Resident

BREED:

 
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Dodger

Years back, Dodger lived in a shelter with his one and only best doggy-friend, Annie, and the two were transferred to us when that shelter closed its doors.  In the years since Annie’s death, Dodger’s resilience has been amazing. He is the oldest dog at Annie’s Orphans and continues to thrive at age 17! With age, his attitude is more trusting, in general, and he loves his walks and other outings.

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Sex: Male

Age: Senior

Adoption Status: Resident

BREED: Australian Cattle Dog