Lou Lou was brought in because her owner said she needs too much attention. She knows how to shake, roll over, and sit. Lou Lou would rather live in a home without cats and is friendly and playful with children. While this girl is a lap dog and adores being petted she gives kisses with her teeth. This may scare some children. Every time she kisses staff you can hear her teeth chomp. She is sweet as can be.
"Her name suits her well. She loves to get lovings and does great with most other dogs. She is very laid back and calm and likes to enjoy life." Dog Associate
Jax is a very friendly boy with lots of energy. He knows to potty outside and loves people. Jax is currently enrolled in the New Leash on Life basic obedience training program. "Jax is very smart and loving. He will make a wonderful addition to any home and would be a great friend for someone." Dog Trainer, Leash on Life
Angus was brought in because he is not hunting like he used to. He is such a sweet dog who needs a warm sunny porch and best friend for life.
Amie was brought in because her owner could no longer care for her. She is playful and friendly with children, lived with cats, and enjoys hugs and petting. Amie needs attention and room to play. She loves rope toys. Amie is currently enrolled in the New Leash on Life basic obedience training program.
Gemma is a sweet girl with a sweet heart. She is always happy to see you and leans on you when you pet her. She would make anyone a best friend because of her kind nature. Gemma does well on leash and harness and is good with other dogs.
Aurora was transferred in from another shelter when they were posted for rescue. We are accepting applications and when they are ready, will choose the first qualified applicant.
Rhiannon was adopted and brought back because she is not good with other dogs. The adopter said she is great with children and is perfectly house trained. Rhiannon knows commands sit, stay, come, down, off, and no. She enjoys car rides and loves to cuddle.
Misty was brought in because her owner could no longer care for her. She has always lived indoors and barks when she needs to go out. Misty has lived with cats and will chase small rodents and deer. She loves toys, car rides, and adores people.
Breezy was brought in last week during our coldest day after being found walking around in the ice. This sweetheart was so matted and dirty we couldn't tell whether he was male or female. After 4 sessions of grooming we were able to find his little feet. Thank you to Patricia Gouge for the hard work to get him comfortable. We appreciate you. Breezy is special needs because we believe he can not hear or see well. That doesn't matter though because he sure gives kisses and eats like he can't get enough.
“Meet “Dozer”. He is very shy around strangers and it takes him some time to get warmed up but once he does he is so sweet. He’s very loving and playful, he's pretty good on the leash. If he starts to pull you just have to say easy and he will do better unless distracted by another dog. He likes to play with rope toys and balls and if the ball squeaks he likes it even better lol. It’s just the shyness he has to work through before you get to see his awesome personality.”
Alice (formerly Atlantis) was adopted and brought back because a house member has allergy related asthma. She goes to the door and sniffs around when she needs to go outside. She has lived with other dogs and with older children. She is a little nervous on car rides and is afraid of small children. She is described as "a cuddly girl who rarely barks. She is loyal to her master".
Prince was brought in because his owner passed away. He is house trained and used to sleeping in the children's bed. Prince has lived with another dog (Fred, also at our shelter) and a cat. He is friendly and playful with children and is described as so very sweet.
Fred was brought in because his owner passed away. He is used to sleeping in the children's bed and has lived with another dog (Prince, also in our shelter) and a cat. Fred is a little more shy and takes a few minutes to warm up to you. He is friendly and playful with children once he warms up.
Zena was brought in because her owner can not physically take care of her anymore. She knows commands sit, stay, come, and down. Zena has lived with other dogs and is house trained. Zena is such a loving lap dog. She can't get enough belly rubs and loves blankets.
Bandit was brought in because his owner can not physically take care of him anymore. He knows commands sit, stay, come, down, off, and no. He has lived with other dogs and is house trained. He enjoys car rides and would like to be a lap dog. Bandit may be too much for small children and loves attention. His most favorite thing is vanilla wafers. He loves them!