Dogs In Care


This page reflects the dogs we currently have in care and are or will be available for adoption.  If you are interested, you can find the application on the menu above under the tab “Application”.  Please print the application and fill it out carefully.  It must be mailed in with your original signature on it. 

Should you have questions and want to talk to someone, please keep in mind that many of our volunteers also have full time jobs as well as fostering responsibilities.  They would appreciate it very much if you would make sure to call before 8pm.  If you leave a message for them, they will return it as soon as possible but on rare occasion, it may take a day or two.  We try never to take more than 48 hours. 


Sheldon, age 2-3, came into rescue because he “wasn’t getting along with the other dogs”.  He is doing fine with the dogs in his foster home though.  He is about 15 pounds and came in unneutered but otherwise healthy.   The photo below is after he was groomed.  His original adoption fell through and he is again looking for a home.



Gibbs, estimated age anywhere from 10 to 15 years, was found as a stray.  The shelter chose not to adopt him out because he had several health issues to be investigated and treated.  Gibbs is a wonderful, loveable little boy who is totally undemanding.  He does have some issues we will treat:  kidney infection, arthritis, hearing loss, heart murmur and possibly Cushing’s.  His adopter will be someone who wants to give love to a neglected little boy in his final years.  He definitely deserves all the love he can get and will return it.   Note:  His Cushing’s test was negative.  After a few days in care, and with antibiotics and pain meds, his personality is coming out.  He is starting to play and even ask for petting.  he is a very easy boy to care for.