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Chrissy

Chrissy

Breed: Beagle/Dachshund/Mix
Sex: Female spayed
Estimated birthdate: 7/2018
Size: S/M 20 lbs
Good with cats: unknown
Good with kids: yes
Housebroken: yes (with consistency from the humans!)
General information: Chrissy is an affectionate, playful girl! She’s doing really well in her foster home with a canine companion and 2 human kids. She was reserved when she arrived and wasn’t sure about her surroundings but has opened up and become a happy girl. Chrissy has been successful with consistent house training and crate training. She loves to snuggle and loves to play as well. She’s a wonderful little girl who will thrive in a variety of settings.
*In a Foster Home*

Bella

Bella

Breed: German Shepherd mix
Sex: Female spayed
Estimated birthdate: January 2018
Size: Medium, 38 lbs
Good with kids: yes
Good with cats: unknown
Housebroken: yes
General information: Bella is a smart, affectionate Shepherd mix who was surrendered to us after the owner realized that they did not have adequate time to care for her. She lived with a young child and is good with kids and other dogs. She was a little too interested in the cats at the vet office so we would recommend a home without cats for Bella. She is part of our canine-inmate program where she is learning basic commands. Bella would do great in an active home where she has a fenced yard and/or is able to go for daily walks.
*Canine-Inmate Program*

Angel

Angel

Breed: Mixed, possible Catahoula Leopard Dog mix
Sex: Female spayed
Estimated birthdate: January 2019
Size: Medium, APPROX 35 lbs full grown
Good with kids: unknown
Good with cats: unknown
Housebroken: in progress
General information: Angel is new to our program so we are still learning about her. She is part of our canine-inmate program where she is learning basic commands and leash walking. She’s been a happy, friendly, typical young pup and will do well in a setting where she has the opportunity to interact with her family members and get sufficient regular exercise. It’s important to remember that young dogs need continued positive socialization experience and ongoing training.
*Canine-Inmate Program*

Harley

Harley

Breed: Catahoula Leopard Dog/Mix
Sex: Female spayed
Estimated birthdate: January 2019
Size: Medium, APPROX 35 lbs full grown
Good with kids: unknown
Good with cats: unknown
Housebroken: in progress
General information: Harley is new to our program so we are still learning about her. She is part of our canine-inmate program where she is learning basic commands and leash walking. She’s been a happy, friendly, typical young pup and will do well in a setting where she has the opportunity to interact with her family members and get sufficient regular exercise. It’s important to remember that young dogs need continued positive socialization experience and ongoing training.
*Canine-Inmate Program*

Max

Max

Breed: Golden Retriever/Border Collie mix
Sex: Male neutered
Estimated birthdate: 8/2014
Size: Medium, 40 lbs
Good with kids: yes
Good with cats: unknown
Housebroken: yes
General information: Max is awesome! His former family wasn’t able to spend time with him and felt he would have a better life in a different environment. Max is in a foster home with another dog and his foster moms says he’s wonderful. He knows basic commands, is good about new situations and surroundings, and makes friends with everyone he meets. He is energetic and would do best with a household that can exercise him and give him play time. He’d be a great family dog! He is completely crate trained but can be left out and is not destructive. Max is 5 years old so he’s past the crazy puppy stage but since he’s medium sized will have a long, long life ahead! He’s the best of both worlds, an active companion as well as a good little snuggler. Not to mention absolutely beautiful!!
*In a Foster Home*

Claude

Claude

Breed: Terrier mix
Sex: Male neutered
Estimated birthdate: April 2018
Size: Small, 17 lbs
Good with kids: unknown
Good with cats: unknown
Housebroken: yes
General information: Claude is a friendly, toy loving, affectionate little guy! He’s been in our canine-inmate program and knows several commands as well as some fun tricks. He loves to toss his toys around, loves to be with people, is housebroken, and very smart. He’s not a fan of having his nails trimmed, but other than that, he’s a keeper! Claude would be great in an active household that takes him for walks and includes him in daily activities.
*Canine-Inmate Program*

Tillie

Tillie

Breed: Miniature Pinscher (mix)
Sex: Female Spayed
Estimated birthdate: Jan 2018
Size: Small, 20 lbs
Good with kids: unknown
Good with cats: unknown
Housebroken: yes
General Information: Tillie is a great little dog and appears to have been cared for in her former life. We don’t have a history on her other than she was a stray and came to us from a rural southern kill shelter. She’s not super high energy like some MinPins and will do well in a variety of settings.
*Canine-Inmate program*

Louie

ADOPT recently received an update on Louie from his new family! We’re happy to report that they absolutely love him and say he is wonderful! He continues to charm everyone he meets.

Stuart

Stuart

Breed: Chihuahua mix
Sex: Male neutered
Estimated birthdate: May 2018
Size: small, 7 lbs
Good with kids: unknown
Good with cats: unknown
Housebroken: in progress
General information: Stuart and George arrived together from a kill shelter in Kentucky. We are unsure if they are related (most likely siblings but not littermates). Stuart is timid at first but warms up quickly and loves to be held. Once he’s comfortable with his surroundings his little tail starts wagging and he’s the sweetest thing (not to mention ridiculously cute). The boys do not need to be adopted together but we would be thrilled to see them be able to stay with each other. They are both very sweet and will be terrific little companions.
*Canine-Inmate program*

George

George

Breed: Chihuahua/Terrier mix
Sex: Male neutered
Estimated birthdate: June 2017
Size: S, 9 lbs
Good with cats: unknown
Good with kids: 10+
Housebroken: yes
General information: George is a feisty, sometimes ornery little guy. He can be wary of new people and it’s best to introduce him slowly…with treats. George loves his treats. He’ll warm right up if snacks are involved. He’s usually good with other dogs unless there’s food…George isn’t a fan of sharing. Like many terriers, he’s got a big attitude in a small body. He loooovvves toys of all kinds, walks nicely on a leash, knows his basic commands, and is crate trained and housebroken. He would do best in an adult home or a home with older kids. He’s very affectionate with his person, loves to snuggle, and will be a great buddy for someone with a less hectic lifestyle.
*Canine-Inmate Program*