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.
Bonded Pair Available - Matt & Rue
Happy Dogs Makes Happy Humans and Happy Homes!!
Matt (age 6) and Rue (age 10) are both Australian Cattle Dog mixes. These handsome boys are great friends and would love to stay together. Although older, both are still active and playful. They will be a wonderful addition to your family.
Benefits of Adopting a Bonded Pair
Bonded dogs might be siblings, a parent and offspring or just friends that were raised together from a young age.
A bonded pair give each other some stability, and often one follows the other's lead, helping the more passive one to adjust more quickly than she/he otherwise would have.
Adopting a bonded pair of dogs can be a rewarding experience for the dogs and their human friends. 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.
Please consider these adoptable pets. They are WAY overdue for adoption! These pets have been overlooked., for one reason or another, none of which are their fault. Some have been at the shelter for up 6 months or more. Please consider giving your love and a true "forever home" to these deserving dogs.
We can't do it without your help, so please...
Lady and Missy are 11 year old sisters who have been together all their lives. They are still playful and active and need to be adopted together. Do you have room in your heart for these two sweet girls?