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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Bianca

Bianca: Female Pit/Lab mix
DOB: 5/1/2020

This beauty is Bianca! She is here at the shelter with her son, Bruno and still enjoys romping with him in the yard! Bianca is just a bit shy at first but is a truly sweet girl once she quickly warms up. Bianca was born in May 2019 and has been a fantastic young mom. She is now spayed and ready for her very own forever family to love!

Bruno

Bruno: Male Pit/Lab mix 
DOB: 3/1/21

Bruno is a gorgeous, big puppy! Born 3/1/21, Bruno absolutely loves people of all ages and other dogs. He is here at the shelter with his mom, Bianca. Bruno walks great on the leash and would do great with an active family!

Rawley

The picture doesn't do this handsome guy justice! On top of his good looks, Rawley is the perfect size and age! Born in January of 2018, Rawley arrived here because his owner moved out of state and couldn't take him. This Beagle/Pitty mix weighs in at 48 pounds and is quite short and stout. We don't know a lot more about this guy but we do know he loves people and zooming around the yard!

 

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.