was rescued from the side of I-10 with a female Yorkie
who was thought to be his Mother, although it's hard to see
any Yorkie in him, now. The male Yorkie traveling with
them had already been run over and killed. Although
his heritage is unknown, Little Cody is now ready to find a
great family with which to share his life. He is
honestly the cutest little guy you have ever seen...not only
in his appearance, but by his personality, too.
And, he Does have lots of personality for a little 7-pound
pup! He wants to play with any living thing! Not
afraid of anything, and is good with the cats in the foster
home, too. He is an affectionate little guy and sleeps
cuddled up with his foster parents at night. Cody quickly
learned to use the dog door and he loves to go for rides in
the car. He is very intelligent and he does love his
treats; so, training him shouldn't be too hard. Now at
approximately 7- 8 months of age, he has had all his puppy
vaccines, rabies vaccine, and been neutered. And, of course,
he's been receiving regular heartworm prevention to keep him
heartworm free. This little boy needs activity like most
intelligent Terrier types; so, we are seeking a loving home
with at least one other small, active dog. If you can offer
him that and would like to give Cody a great home, please
complete the online pet adoption application for him today!
Look who is ready for adoption!
Why, It's Dolly!This precious little
beauty is fully vetted, spayed, and
ready for her new home!
Dolly is a beautiful little ShihTzu who
wants a home of her own, sooner than
later, please! Her coat was in sad shape
when she was found, but she is currently
in the process of growing out a nice,
silky, new mane! She is young and
very, very playful. She likes to be
busy, but will also cuddle in your lap.
Dolly needs a home with at least one
other dog to play with and a family who
will pay attention to her to help expend
energy! She knows how to use a dog
door, and she consistently goes outside
to potty. She walks great on leash
and loves one-on-one time with her
people. Dolly rides well in the
car and is generous with her kisses!
She's a happy girl, and gets even
happier when she is praised. She's
a cute and sweet character! If you
are interested in adopting Dolly, please
Dolly on adoption day, surrounded by love!
Dolly finds her new amenities to be quite
peaceful and relaxing.
precious Mini-Poodle lost her life-long home when her human Mom
died. She is now seeking another loving Mom and home in which to
live and love. Libby was always well-loved and cared for.
We have her vet records and we continue to provide her with regular
heartworm prevention and lots of love. She was long-ago spayed.
Libby is easy-going house trained and enjoys her toys; but, also
loves to sleep in a nice warm lap! She has a Yorkie companion named
Abby; but, her foster Mom says they only sleep together and don't
play with one another much. So, she feels that they will be OK
adopted separately, if we aren't able to place them together. At 12
years of age, Libby has put on some weight over the years. However,
she is on a diet to lose those extra pounds. She was a
bit woolly when she first arrived, but now has been groomed. We are
posting pictures of her with both her 'looks.' If you
are interested in adopting Libby, please send in your application
soon. She wants to get on with life in her new home!
Libby looking quite at home....
in her home!
is a young, purebred Boxer who was found wandering in a neighborhood and
getting into trouble while searching for food. He had no collar/tag or
microchip; and after a concentrated search, his owners could not be
found. So, Journey came to us and has been wormed, fully vaccinated,
neutered, microchipped, and treated to clear him of heartworms. He is
ready for the best and final leg of his 'journey,' and that is to find a
great home worthy of this sweet, friendly, fun-loving dog! Journey
weighs in at just under 60 pounds, and he does well with dogs of all
sorts and sizes. He ADORES humans and knows no strangers. He's
playful, yet cuddly. His only bad habit (that we are working to
correct) is that he will sometimes counter-surf for goodies. Not
unusual behavior given the fact that he was starving when he was
rescued! If you have a warm place in your heart and home for this
handsome fellow, please apply for him today! You will never regret
taking this Journey!!
was found as a new Mom, and we were told
that her puppies were given away at a local
feed store. She was then dumped in a park
and left to fend for herself. But, rescuers
have a different plan for her which allows
for a great life in a loving home. Maggie is
a Black Lab mix who has now been wormed,
fully vaccinated, spayed, microchipped, and
tested (Negative) for heartworms. She is
house-trained and exhibits the typical
behavior of a happy, sweet, energetic Lab.
We believe she is approximately 2 years of
age, weighing in at ~60 pounds. She loves to
play fetch with her humans and plays hard
with the other black lab in the foster home
from daylight to dark. Labs are wonderful
family pets and people who have lived with a
Lab are loyal to the breed. The home we are
looking for will have at least one other dog
and maybe a child or two to play with Maggie
-- a home that will love and care for her to
her last day. She has seen enough of the
other side of life! If you can offer Maggie
a safe and loving home, please apply for her
today! She's a great dog and will love you
and your family to her last breath!
handsome boy will soon be ready for
adoption. He was pulled from a local animal
control facility and found to be in very
poor condition. He was emaciated, loaded
with intestinal and heart worms, and so weak
he could barely walk out of the shelter on
his own. Now, he has gained over 20 pounds,
has been fully vaccinated, cleared of
intestinal worms, neutered, and microchipped.
He still has some weeks to go on his
heartworm treatment and some more weight to
gain, but then he will be ready for his new
home. At about 2 1/2 years of age, Max does
well with other dogs of similar size, is shy
at first but warms up to strangers quickly,
and will tolerate cats, although sometimes,
he does get a little overly interested. His
foster parents describe Max as "a gentle dog
with an old soul."