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Adoptable Animals

The following animals are up for adoption.  Please click on the picture below to view and learn more about a particular animal(s).  If you find one that you would like to consider adopting but would like more information, please do not hesitate to contact us.

***It is important to read all of the information on any animal that you might be interested in.***  We are happy to answer any additional questions, but please make sure to completely read each animal's bio so that you will be familiar with & understand the animal's temperament and disposition, as well as any special requirements he/she may have.

*WHAT TO THINK ABOUT BEFORE ADOPTING A PET*

When adopting an animal it is important to think long and hard about what you are getting ready to do.  This is NOT a "fly by the seat of your pants" purchase, a fun thing to "try out," nor is it easy or without problems being a parent to an animal.  Here are a few things to think long and hard about prior to determining if you want to bring an animal into your home:

A New Pet

Adoptable Animals

Click on the animal's photo to learn more!

denotes a special needs dog (physical, medication, emotioal)- but don't pass them up! They're fabulous!

(With all of the "Designer Breeds" popping up, we thought we'd design some of our own - check out their "breed" when you read their stories!)

**Please note that we will not place Great Pyrenees or any livestock guardian dog without a fence, preferably 5-6ft tall. Fence height to be determined by individual dog.**

SPOTLIGHT  COMING SOON!
spanky
Sweet Spanky!
Up and coming:
We have some dogs that are new to rescue but not quite ready for adoption. Once medical and/or emotional therapy is complete, they will be ready to find their forever families. 

Click here to view them.

                             

barnes
Barnes - ADOPTED!!


lottie
Lottie

shelby
Shelby

 
stuckey
Stuckey - ADOPTED!!
 bluebelle
Bluebelle


 

althea
Althea - ADOPTED!

 

arthur
Arthur - ADOPTED!
 
 
fozzie
Fozzie

 

chewie
Chewie - ADOPTED!
mccraw
McCraw
 
matilda
Matilda
 


 


 
          
       
 

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