Saving One Life at a Time
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Sally's amazing expertise with the camera and Bob's remarkable way with the animals are combined to provide these beautiful photographs of our dogs awaiting their forever homes. We are so pleased and appreciative to have these two on our team.
We can't do it without your help,
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Please Note: Dogs are received and adopted on a daily basis. If you see a dog of interest, please call the shelter or e-mail us to make sure he or she is still available. We also have dogs available that have not yet had their pictures taken, so come on out and see ALL our great dogs! Also, if you live out of town please take note that we do require a dog introduction with your current dog as part of our adoption process.
Things That Dog Owners Secretly Do...
Torn treats into small pieces and passed them off as whole treats. It’s not like they would ever find out…
Secretly gave your dog a taste of your food, so nobody knows what a big softy you are. Well, yes you know it's not a good thing to do, but just this once....
Spent more time reading reviews and ratings on different types and brands of dog food than you spend reading the nutrition facts on your own food. But what if the first ingredient isn’t real meat?!
The “no dogs allowed on the furniture” rule only sometimes applies. I mean how else are they supposed to cuddle with you while watching TV?
Asked your dog a series of random questions just to see them do the head tilt repeatedly. Do you wanna go for a walk? Do you wanna have a bath? Is your name Max? Are you a good boy?
Thought about putting tiny human clothes, shoes, or accessories on your dog. I mean those tiny sneakers would just look SO adorable on their little paws. And they could wear two pairs all at once!
Posted on behalf of your dog on one or more social media sites. They’ve got to have a social life too you know.
Scrolled through your recent photos on your phone only to realize they are all photos of your dog. Gotta keep those memories forever…
3 month old Heeler/Hound mix
Benefits of Adopting a Bonded Pair
Adopting a bonded pair of dogs can be a rewarding experience for the dogs and their human. A pair of bonded pets is often less work than single pets — they keep each other entertained and help prevent some of the separation anxiety issues that we often see when pets are left alone." Besides, if you're looking for a pair of dogs, it's easier to adopt two that you're sure will get along.
A New Bonded Pair Available - Randi & Rusty
Mastiffs are self-confident and watchful, they are patient and considered excellent with children. They are Intelligent, calm, even-tempered and docile.
They respond well to firm, but gentle and patient training. They love to please and need a lot of human leadership.
Randi and Rusty are 1 year old Mastiff mixes. This handsome brother and sister would love to be adopted together.
Happy Dogs Makes Happy Humans!!