Available Dogs

Fee for Adult Dogs: $200
Fee for Puppies aged 16 weeks and younger: $300.00
All dogs are spayed/neutered, have shots to date and have been heart worm tested over (6 months old)

For more information, call 207-935-4358 or send a note to info@harvesthills.org

Click here for our Adoption Application


Weekend adoptions can take longer as we need to check references. Please bring vet records for your current pets. This can sometimes allow us to speed up the process for you. Adoptions are done on a first come first served with APPROVED applications only. If you are considering adoption, it is suggested you have your application pre-approved so that there is no waiting period.

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Hi! My name is Amos

Amos is an ~7-8 y/o Coonhound that was surrendered due to long work hours. He is a timid guy that loves people, but takes a little to warm up to them. We are told he is good with other dogs and cats. Although he has lived with children, a more mature home may be a better match for him because he can be nervous around new people/kids at first. He is very much a hound and has a hound nose so he does need to be leash walked to have a fenced in yard. Amos walks well on leash and is house trained. Car rides make him nervous. He loves to be outside on a walk or hanging in the yard, but he also seems to enjoy chilling inside, as long as he gets to be with his people.

Hi! My name is Blaze

Blaze and Sonny came in together (although they do not have to go together) because their owner could no longer care for them. They are about 2 years old, have lived with kids and are good with each other but have never been with other dogs. These boys seems to be very well behaved and walk well on leash. Blaze is calm for his age listens very well.

Hi! My name is Blue

Blue is an ~3 y/o Coonhound X that is with us because he was too much for the small children. He can be jumpy and has quite a bit of energy. Blue seems to be okay with other dogs and cats, but a home without small children would be best. We are told he can be a little uncomfortable when people are around his food dish, but we have not seen this behavior yet. He is house trained, crate trained, enjoys car rides and knows basic commands. Blue could use some work on his leash walking. He is such a sweet boy that gets so excited to see people and get the chance to be outside playing and snuggling.

Hi! My name is Brady

Brady is an ~6 y/o Mix that came to us when he could longer be cared for. He seems to be okay with some dogs, mostly female, but could easily be too much for a laid back dog. Brady is looking for a home with no cats or small children. Kennel life is taking a toll on him as he has started to go a little stir crazy so please don’t let him deter you if you visit him in the kennels. He has tons of potential but does need training. Brady is crate and house trained. He very much wants to please his people and loves butt scratches. He is not a fan of car rides, but he loves to go for walks and hikes. Brady needs a lot of exercise and some more training. An stable, low traffic and active home that is experienced with high energy dogs would be the best situation for Brady.


Hi! My name is Brewster

Brewster is an ~6-7 y/o Bluetick that came to us because of a move. He is a very sweet boy that is good with kids and people. Brewster is a hound so he will chase small animals and does need to be leash walked on have a fenced in area. He walks okay on leash, is crate trained, enjoys car rides and knows some commands. We are unsure how he is with other dogs and the moment and he needs a cat free home. Brewster is still new to us but seems to be a loving dog.

Hi! My name is Brooke

Brooke is around 2 years old and came to the shelter because her owners could no longer care for her after she had her puppies. Brooke has obviously had a tough life in the past, but we know nothing about it except she is frightened by men. She is shy, and needs a patient home. She is comfortable with us, but has a hard time trusting new people so a slow introduction with a dog-savvy person, more than once, before adoption would be best for her. We think she’d be okay with the right submissive dog, but not cats. We don’t think a home with children would be appropriate for her. She is very sweet, cuddly and she is totally worth the time! Brooke would do best in a home with women. Brooke’s photos were done by Jill Piper at Furry Kids Pet Photography and you can see more photos at her site www.furrykidspetphotography.com

Brooke’s adoption comes with a FREE 6 weeks training session and a forever wiggly dog butt.

Brooke weighs 66 lbs


Hi! My name is Khleo

Khleo is an ~4 y/o Pitty that was surrendered to us when she could no longer be cared for. She is house and crate trained, knows basic commands, likes car rides and baths. Khleo is such a wiggle butt and loves attention. She has lived with teens and adults. She seems to do well with some dogs, but she doesn’t really have an off switch, so living in a home with another dog might be too much, but she would love to have play dates. Kleo loves to sleep on the couch and snuggle.

Hi! My name is Kubota and Angel

Kubota and Angel came to us when their owner lost her home. They have always been together and love each other a lot, so we are asking that they go to a home together. We could call them a Chihuahua and a Pitbull, but we like to refer to them as small gargoyle and large gargoyle. Angel is ~5 years old and a can be a little shy, but loves to be with her sister and her people. Kubota is ~9 years old and very smart. She knows all her commands and a few other fancy tricks. Kubota however, does not like cats. They are both on the heavier side and could use a diet and some exercise, but they are both so sweet and would make great companions for someone. These two girls are two peas in a pod. Kubota LOVES the water, even a kiddie pool! Angel prefers to be the lifeguard and toss toys in for her sister. We are still learning about these two and will update when we know them more.

Hi! My name is Miles

Miles is a 3 y/o pit mix that came to us because his owner was going into the hospital. Miles is a sweet boy but can be nervous at first so a slow introduction works best. He also does not get along with cats or dogs. Miles has a lot of energy he would love to burn off playing outside and going for hikes (on leash) or maybe even runs! Children make Miles very uncomfortable and uneasy so a home with no child interaction would be ideal for this handsome boy. He is very good at amusing himself outside, so a fenced in yard would be ideal for him. Miles is a big cuddler, loves human attention and treats. Miles’ photos were done by Jill Piper at Furry Kids Pet Photography and you can see more photos at her site www.furrykidspetphotography.com

Miles adoption comes with a FREE 6 weeks training session and lots of exercise.

Miles weighs 58 lbs


Hi! My name is Moxie

Moxie is a 5 y/o hound mix that was surrendered to the shelter. Moxie is super sweet and needs a home that will help manage her energy. She is house trained, crate trained and knows some basic commands. A home without small children or cats is a must for this spunky girl. Moxie would make a great running partner (or hiking partner if she was kept on leash). She is a love bug, loves to give kisses and play ball! She does like to test her boundaries so we are looking for a home with experience in dominant type dogs. Moxie has enjoyed doggie day care with a great pack of dogs. However, Moxie does get overprotective of her home, and therefore needs a home experienced in that type of dog

Moxie’s adoption comes with a FREE 6 week training session and lots of snuggles!

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Hi! My name is Rocco

Rocco is a ~9 y/o chihuahua that was returned from adoption because his owner could no longer care for him. He needs someone with patience and who understands that he has ‘little dog syndrome’

Hi! My name is Suki

Suki is a very sweet ~3-4 y/o Mix that came to us as a stray. She can be a little unsure of people at first but loves attention once you take her for a walk and give her some cookies :) Suki seems to be okay with most of the dogs and cats, but we are unsure about small children at this time. She walks okay on leash and knows a lot of commands. Every day we are getting to know her more and she is quickly becoming and staff and volunteer favorite.

Hi! My name is Violet

Violet is an ~5 y/o mix that came to us because she is looking for a quiet, calm home where she can snore all day and eat cookies. She is not used to being on leash but is invisible fence trained. Violet walks okay on leash and is getting more confident every day, but is mostly scared of the sounds outside. She is good with cats but we would not suggest a home with young children. Violet is a very sweet girl that is looking for someone with lots of time and love to give in a quiet home possibly with another dog to show her she doesn’t have to be scared.