Hi, I’m Chaz! I am looking for a home of my own. I love my shelter parents here and they sure do love me. The problem is they have to go home at the end of the day and I am here alone. After all they do have families at home to take care of. It makes me sad when they leave. Even though I have a nice safe room I am tired of being here. Sometimes I don’t want to go back in my kennel so I lay down in the floor and my friends have to pick me up to put me back in. My shelter parents get me out as much as possible and let me chill on the couch in the visiting room. Cheryl sometimes lets me come to her office even after I accidentally stole her lunch one day. Please help me find a home of my own where I don't have to share with any of those pesky cats. I do like some other dogs. Slider is one of my favorites here. I can't just hang out with any ole dog though. My shelter parents say I might be a little picky. I promise to be a good boy. All I want is to run in the grass, play ball and be with a family. I am lots of fun and even got some new shades to wear that I look really good in if I do say so myself. If you are looking for a new best friend and lots of love come see me because I will be your best friend forever. Chaz All of our animals are tested for disease, microchipped, up to date on shots, given parasite prevention and spay/neutered.
Flossy has opened up a lot. She loves to play with rope toys very much. Flossy is a sweet girl that is longing for her forever home. She will brighten your day within seconds.
Chocolate is great with all of our dogs, but seems a little hesitant around new large dogs. We’ve seen no aggression toward our little guys from him. Chocolate shares food and toys well, and loves attention and playtimes. He’s strong and pulls pretty hard, but walks well with a slip collar. He uses the bathroom outside, and if we have an unexpected longer day, he goes out to a far corner of the deck. Chocolate loves walks and water and in spite of his leg, would be a great active companion.
Outlaw was brought in because his owner is ill and can no longer care for him. He goes to do the door when he needs to go out and is used to a quiet household. Outlaw has lived with chickens and other dogs. He loves kids and is described as just a great boy. He loves anything he can chew on.
Nisha is house trained and will go outside to use the potty. She has slept in her owners bed or the couch. Nisha loves hugs and cuddling with people. She is good with bathing, petting, and hugging.
Flowmar knows some commands. He is house trained and cries when he needs to go outside. When his owner was gone Flowmar was left in the house and behaved very well. He will bark at strangers and though he is friendly and playful with older children he may be too much for small ones. Flowmar will chase rabbits and his favorite toy is a hard chew toy. He is described as very loving, loves to play tug-o-war and loves to curl up on the couch with his person. Flowmar is not doing well here. He is a boy who was never socialized outside of his home so new people frighten him. We are lost as to how to help him. To get him adopted he has to meet new people. Once he is with his forever family he will bond and be the most loyal friend ever.
When Cricket came to us she had a harness and a leash on. She was already fixed and yet no owner has come to look for her. She takes a couple minutes to warm up to strangers but when she does she can't stop wagging her tail. All Cricket wants is someone who is calm and that will love her forever. She is slowly learning to play with toys.
"Hoover is a good natured dog who gets along well with other dogs and people. He has a clownish personality. He loves kibbles, squeaky toys and belly rubs." Trainers Call and Medina Hoover has graduated from the New Leash on Life training program. Through the New Leash on Life program they are trained in basic obedience including house training. After graduation Hoover went to live with a family who taught him to ring a bell when he needed to go outside. They returned him because he still needs training for when he is crated.
Marley has lived indoors. She enjoys car rides and is friendly and playful with children. Her favorite activity is to play outside. Marley needs some training and should not be in a home with cats. She is used to sleeping with her previous owner.
Mattie is used to living indoors and sleeping with her owner. She has lived with another dog but should not go to a home with cats. Mattie is a little snappy with children and though a little afraid seems to enjoy car rides. Mattie is described as a little territorial.
Daisy Mae was brought in because of owners allergies. She has lived totally indoors and goes outside to potty. Daisy Mae uses pee pads when left alone in the house. She will bark when you have company and has lived with other dogs and with cats. Daisy is snappy with children and would do better in a home with no small children. Daisy Mae hides when it is bath time and loves to be petted and is used to sleeping in bed with her person.