Dogs Available for Adoption

Puppies Under 1 year are $175

Dogs 1 year-5 years are $150

Dogs over 5 years are $100

*Ask about special discounts for seniors and veterans!

All dogs are spayed/neutered, Heartworm tested and up to date on appropriate vaccinations. Our dogs are also on monthly flea/tick & Heartworm preventative.

Adoption Process:

  • Fill out an application for the dog you are interested in.
  • Submit application and allow 1-2 business days for reference checks.
  • We will contact you to schedule a meet and greet with the dog you are interested in.
  • Come to your scheduled meet and greet, fall in love with your new best friend.
  • Take your new pet home and live happily ever after!

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MAJOR

This very handsome guy is Major. His owner passed away recently and he found himself at the shelter. Major is a 4 year old Shar Pei and he enjoys being with people of all ages as well as other dogs! This guy is one of the sweetest, most laid back guys ever! He might just be perfect for you!

HOPE

Hope arrived at the shelter a few months ago with her 7 puppies that were only a week old! Hope was really skinny and both she and the puppies were badly infested with fleas. Pretty Hope was born in 2019 and only weighs about 40 pounds. She enjoys people of all ages and absolutely LOVES playing with other dogs. Hope will make a great addition to your home!

ROSCOE

Gorgeous guy Roscoe just can't wait to meet his forever family! Born in January 2021, he is the perfect age to start his happily ever after! While on the bigger side at 65 pounds, Roscoe might be considered a gentle giant. He loves everyone he meets including people of all ages other dogs, cats, AND even hamsters! Handsome Roscoe may just be the perfect dog!

JACKSON

Jackson is as handsome as he is loving! Born 3/1/18, this Pitty gentleman is a perfectly mannered leash walker. Jackson enjoys being near his people as much as possible and even thinks he is a 50# lap doggy! Jackson lived happily with cats and was fine with other dogs except when food or treats were involved. Jackson is easily startled and afraid of new things and people. For this reason, we recommend a home with no children and an experienced adopter.