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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.
Leo and Archie are both 5-yr.-old miniature Dachshunds.These cute little guys are lively, affectionate, brave, and amusing and will make a wonderful addition to your family. Adoption Fee: $130 for the pair.
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Top 10 Reasons to Adopt a Senior Dog
Rocky - 10 years old
1. Older dogs are housetrained
2. Older dogs won't chew you shoes and furniture like puppies.
3. Older dogs can focus well, they've mellowed and learn quickly.
4. Older dogs have learned what "No" means.
5. Older dogs settle in easily because they've learned what it takes to get along well with others.
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.
Peanut - 7 years old
These are dogs who have been raised together and need to be adopted together.
Tito and Roxi are both 5-yr.-old Miniature Pinschers. This adorable little boy and girl are very playful and very smart. They will make a wonderful pair of loving and loyal friends for life.
BONDED PAIR TITO & ROXI
We have 8 Week Old Boxer/Lab Puppies and One Adorable Rottie/Aussie Mix Available for Adoption NOW!
Puppies are almost irresistible to kids and adults alike, but remember, they are also a lot of work and you need to have the time to provide the love, care and training they need.
If you can't commit the time for a puppy, please consider an older dog who needs a home.
Puppies will usually reach full adult size in about 4 months, but will still continue to be puppies at heart for a year or more. They will continue to need training throughout their lives.
Please take a look at the video below to learn a bit more about what puppies need.