Fee for Adult Dogs: $150.00
Fee for Puppies aged 16 weeks and younger: $225.00
All dogs are spayed/neutered, have shots to date and have been heartworm tested.
For more information, call 207-935-4358 or send a note to firstname.lastname@example.org
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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 Baxter
Baxter is a 3 y/o Labradoodle. He is a very independent boy meaning he does not enjoy cuddling and likes to keep to himself. Baxter is very smart and needs structure and a consistent routine. He would thrive in a home where he was the only pet and only child. Baxter needs an experienced adopter that will set him up for success. He likes to play ball and loves to go for long walks. Baxter will do anything for a squeaky toy and likes to roll around in the grass.
Hi! My name is Boots
Boots is a 4 y/o Rat Terrier that was brought to us with Bryce and Bonny when a newborn came into the home. He is very frightened of men, but will adjust in time. Boots has lived with men, women, children and dogs, but does need a home without cats. he does like baths and to ride in the car. Boots needs some work on his basic commands but does know sit. He does enjoy sitting in your lap and leaning right into you.
Hi! My name is Bryce
Bryce is a 5 y/o Rat Terrier that came to us with Bonny and Boots when a newborn came into the house. Like his housemates he is nervous when he first meets new people but has lived with men, women and children. He does know sit, but needs work on his other commands. He is okay with other dogs but needs a home without cats. Bryce likes to ride in the car and have baths.
Hi! My name is Cosmo
Cosmo is a young hound that came to us as a stray. He is HILARIOUS and has the best expressions ! Cosmo loves to be outside playing in the yard. Tennis balls are his favorite thing to chase, but he will chase just about anything and often amuses himself but likes when you are in the yard to play with him. Being a hound he is very vocal and does need to be kept on a leash on in a fenced in yard. At the moment he is scared of cats and will bark at them, but in time he may get more comfortable and may start to chase them. We have not tested him with other dogs yet, but he would probably be alright especially if introduced properly. Cosmo is a love that will definitely keep you entertained! He can be jumpy so we would caution a home with small children. He is really just a love looking for a home to call his own.
Hi! My name is Daisy
Daisy is a 3 y/o Boxer X that was surrendered to us because she is extremely uncomfortable around children and cannot live with them. She is very much a people dog and could live in a home with the right dog. we have not tested her with cats, but she lived with them at one time. Daisy is nervous when she meets new people and was very frightened for her first few days here. But now that she is comfortable she is hilarious! She walks well on leash and knows her basic commands. She is a pretty calm dog until you get her out in the yard and start acting all silly with her. Daisy loves to go for rides and cuddle!
Hi! My name is Duke
Duke is a 2 y/o Rotti X that was returned to us because he gets uncomfortable around small children. He can be a bit of a nervous guy at first, but as soon as you take him out for a walk he is your best friend! Duke is house trained, crate trained and know most of his basic commands. He also loves to play catch, go for car rides, walk and swim! Like any dog, Duke is uneasy when new people approach him too quickly or get into his personal space before he is comfortable with them. He wants to have all your attention and does not like to share with other dogs so he would be best as the only dog in the home and he is too rough for cats.
Hi! My name is Moxie
Moxie is a 3 y/o hound mix that was surrendered to the shelter because of her high energy level and it was not a good fit in the home. Moxie is super sweet, but needs a home that will help manager her energy and anxiety. She is house trained, crate trained and knows some basic commands. She can be weary of strangers at first, so she needs a slow and proper introduction. She may be ok with other dogs, but cannot go to a home with cats or small children as they heighten her anxiety level. Moxie would make a great running partner (or hiking partner if she was kept on leash). She is a love bug!
Hi! My name is Natasha and Boris
Natasha and Boris came to us as strays at first, then were surrendered to us a few days later. Natasha is a 13 y/o mix(maybe Husky?) that is Miss Independent. She does however love attention and to be around people. Boris, a 9 y/o mix (Husky/St. Bernard?) is Natasha’s son and LOVES people. They love to do everything together. Both Natasha and Boris are good with cats and kids and are crate trained. Boris would be lost without his mother, Natasha, so we are asking that they go together as they have been for 9 years. Both are very sweet, people oriented, love treats and exploring outside. This dynamic duo will win your hearts if you give them a chance!
Hi! My name is Rosie
Rosie is a 10 m/o Bulldog that was surrendered to us because the owner could no longer care for her. She is a typical puppy so she is mouthy and jumpy. Rosie does need work on her basic commands and leash walking. She is very sweet and loves people. We think she may have a hearing impairment so keeping her on a leash or in a fenced in yard is a must. Also, Rosie is on medication for seizures. We are doing tests to learn more about them so right now the medication is 3x a day. Rosie loves to play and romp around in the yard. She is people and food motivated. We think she would do best as the only dog in the home and that small children may be a lot for her right now. We have not tested her with cats yet.
Hi! My name is Stanley
Stanley is a young Sharpei/Shepherd(?) that was transferred to us from another organization. He very much acts like a puppy and needs training. But he is very people oriented and willing to please. Stanley is pretty much a blank slate to work with. He has a lot of energy so a home that can give him lots of exercise is a must. Stanley is good with other dogs, although he can play rough at times. He would defiantly chase cats but should be able to coexist with them once he figures them out and is trained to not chase them. A home with small children may not be the best fit for him because of his jumping and general puppyness.