Atreyu_2022Male Puppy Jack Russell Terrier (mixed)
Atreyu, the young warrior tasked with saving the empress in the Neverending Story seems to be a mix of his two sibings. He is more outgo...
Atreyu, the young warrior tasked with saving the empress in the Neverending Story seems to be a mix of his two sibings. He is more outgoing and playful, loves to give kisses, and is a bed-hog, even at his young age and shorter stature. He will initiate play with toys and seek out trouble to get into - very puppy behavior. He has a brown spot on his left side, and looks like he sat in something brown - as his whole bottom is pretty much tan colored. We need to get more pictures of him. He gets along with dogs in his foster home and will be available to go to a fur-ever home on or after May 6. We're still learning about him, but his adoption fee will be $350, with an additional $20 one time microchip registration fee ($370 total).
Bastian_2022Male Puppy Jack Russell Terrier Chihuahua (mixed)
After Falcor was named, we stayed with the Neverending Story theme. Meet Bastian, they shy boy who runs to hide from his brother, or any...
After Falcor was named, we stayed with the Neverending Story theme. Meet Bastian, they shy boy who runs to hide from his brother, or anyone else that startles or bullies him. While outside in the yard, he plays well, but startles easily. Sometimes that scare turns into a bark or snap. He needs time to get to know people. His favorite spot in his foster's house is the shelf behind a futon, or right next to foster mom (but she needs to be slow to pet him). He sometimes wags his tail, if he thinks you are not looking. His hair is shorter than Falcor's, and he has one brown spot in the middle of his back. Bastian will be available to go to a fur-ever home on or after May 6. We're still learning about him, but his adoption fee will be $350, with an additional $20 one time microchip registration fee ($370 total).
BrandyFemale Senior Labrador Retriever Chow Chow (mixed)
Brandy is a 16 year old girl who was surrendered to animal control when her owner had to move back in with her family due to COVID issue...
Brandy is a 16 year old girl who was surrendered to animal control when her owner had to move back in with her family due to COVID issues. Her family insisted that she get rid of Brandy because she was digging holes in the backyard. This leads us to believe that she spent a lot of time in the backyard, yes she is potty trained. Brandy is super sweet spayed girl and gets along with other dogs and humans of all sizes. She enjoys soft food (currently eating Fresh Pet) as her former family had her on Kibbles and Bits, and we know that this is NOT a nutrious food. She had an upper respiratory infection which has been treated, and currently takes Carprofin for some mild stiffness/probaby pain in her rear. She's quiet, loves attention and has learned to love sleeping in numerous fluffy beds that the FHR fans donated to her. Currently she is safe in her foster home, but if the right family wanted to spoil Brandy for the remaining time she has left, we would consider adopting her out. If you would like to support Brandy's long-term care, please email us at email@example.com and we can tell you her current needs.
MrsPotts_2021Female Adult Shepherd (Unknown Type) Husky Shepsky (mixed)
Mrs. Potts arrived via transport from Alabama. She and her puppies were kept in an outside cage. She was named after the most reliant m...
Mrs. Potts arrived via transport from Alabama. She and her puppies were kept in an outside cage. She was named after the most reliant member of the prince's staff -- known for her intelligence and level-headed ness. Being a motherly character, she is very gentle, sweet, and nurturing - but also stern and no-nonsense. [Thank you, Disney Fandom Wiki!) She weighs about 60 pounds, is HW-, and we estimate to be about two-three years old. Her adoption fee is $250, and includes her intake transportation, vetting, and foster care. There is a one-time microchip registration fee ($20, lifetime registration) due at adoption. Once proof of spay submitted, the cost of it, up to $100 of her adoption fee will be refunded to the adopter.
SadieFemale Pit Bull Terrier (mixed)
Sadie is seeking a new home as she is afraid of the toddler in her home. She currently lives with another dog. Sadie tends to be skittis...
Sadie is seeking a new home as she is afraid of the toddler in her home. She currently lives with another dog. Sadie tends to be skittish so would prefer a calmer home with children 8-10 years or older. She is a lower energy dog who is described as sweet and snuggly. Sadie loves to chew on Nylabone rings/toys, and is very vocal while sleeping and eating hence earning the nickname of "Piglet". Sadie is spayed and ready for her new home!
Sig, FKA Ozzy_2021Male Young German Shepherd Dog Husky Shepsky (mixed)
Sig is a "Shepsky" juvenile/puppy, just over a year old. Please read the following information from DogTime.com before considering this...
Sig is a "Shepsky" juvenile/puppy, just over a year old. Please read the following information from DogTime.com before considering this breed as your fur-ever friend: The Shepsky is a mixed breed dog–a cross between the German Shepherd and Siberian Husky dog breeds. Medium in size, energetic, and loyal, these pups inherited some of the best qualities from both of their parents. The Shepsky is also commonly called the Gerberian Shepsky. Despite their unfortunate status as a designer breed, you can find these mixed-breed dogs in shelters and breed specific rescues, so remember to adopt! Don’t shop! These adorable pups are affectionate and loyal. They are also working dogs. Due to their superior intelligence and alert nature, they have a history of taking on guard duties, police work, search and rescue missions, as well as military operations. An apartment would never do. Shepskies need large homes with yards and need to be responsible for rigorous duties. When under-stimulated, these pups can become destructive and unmanageable. Keep them working to keep them happy! Sig's foster describes him as eager to pease, ball or toy driven and a bundle of energy. His foster mom owns a daycare, so Sig goes regularly and doies well with the other dogs there. She is working on reinforcing his basic training. When returned, he was somewhat of an escape artist, so a heavy-duty crate is recommended, although foster mom is working on calm crating. We will be happy to discuss and recommend crate models that will keep this boy safe. Sig's adoption fee is $270 and includes age appropriate vaccines and vet care. Sig is neutered. He weighs in at about 60 pounds.