Myrah_2021Female Senior Treeing Walker Coonhound (mixed)
Myrah is a compact, medium energy spayed hound mix that is looking for an active person or family to call her own. She is great with old...
Myrah is a compact, medium energy spayed hound mix that is looking for an active person or family to call her own. She is great with older kids and other dogs, but she tends to play a little rough so kids under 6 are not recommended. She has been in multiple situations and does best when given time to decompress and greet with patience. Despite her golden years, she still sprints and zooms, with no indication she is slowing down. Her adoption fee is $100. There will be a one-time $20 microchip registration fee.
Myrtle_2020Female Pit Bull Terrier (mixed)
Myrtle would be best in an only dog home. She loves to chase the frogs around her yard, but does NOT like when she lands in the pond. He...
Myrtle would be best in an only dog home. She loves to chase the frogs around her yard, but does NOT like when she lands in the pond. Her most recent foster home has young children, who she adores with unwavering patience. She has been going through basic obedience training, doing splendidly. Myrtle's adoption fee is $250. She is spayed.
Roxas_RH_2020Male Senior Labrador Retriever Boxer (mixed)
Roxas loves, loves, loves to walk outside on a leash. If he even sees you putting your shoes on for any reason he starts barking and ju...
Roxas loves, loves, loves to walk outside on a leash. If he even sees you putting your shoes on for any reason he starts barking and jumping around in excitement. Rox has this high-pitched bark that lets you know he's ready, lets get a move on right now. Rox loves being outside, and spends most of the day patrolling and protecting his back yard. Rox will need at a minimum a 6 foot privacy fence, since he is a jumper. He sometimes jumps like a pony when excited! Roxas is more of a solo dog. He gets along with his sister Lola, but she is a beta female and doesn't take any crap from the boys. Roxas is also a protector, he has protected his owner when he thought she was in danger, and also when he thought his sister was in trouble. Roxas would do well with someone who runs and loves the outside. Roxas loves running and chasing. Roxas is a sensitive and solemn dog. When his older fur sibling passed, Roxas seemed pensive and more solemn about the loss. Roxas dislikes any loud noise, beeping from the Roomba, and thunder. He will slink or run away from the sound and at times shake from his fear. His person usually sits with him on the chair and just hugs him to keep him from panic. Roxas has had some professional training and a recent evaluation by a trainer who states he would do well with a female dog in the home, a non-dominant male, or as an only dog. His adoption fee is $100. There is also a one-time $20 microchip registration fee due at the time of adoption.