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A Litter x 4 -safe

Ashley (female, 24lbs), Alice (female, 20.6lbs), Abigail (female, 16.6lbs),  AJ (female, 16.4lbs)

Lab mix; 4 mths; 7/12;  Turned in as an owner surrender. The person said they were found on a property that they had just rented.  Very sweet and friendly.

Annie Chi -safe

Annie was a stray brought in from animal control. She is a bit shy, but is starting to come out of her shell.  14.6lbs; no HW test; 1-2 yrs old; chi mix; 7/14

April Senior

April and her family (May and June) were turned in because the owner died.  She appears to be the mother of May.  Her teeth are ROTTED!!!  She is very sweet and only wants to be held.  10 yrs old; dachsi; female; 13lbs; HW-; 5/25

Bailey Teen

He is a happy, energetic labby boy.  7 mos old; male; 46lbs; 6/19; HW-; O/S - family is moving.

Beatrice and Carolina Pups

Beatrice (female,  27.6lbs)

Carolina (female, 27.2lbs)

They are both very sweet calm pups.They are brought in today by some people who found them at a wildlife refuge and took them into foster.   lab/terrier mix; 6-7 mos old; 7/13; both hw -


More like a Tabby Bear vs a Bear!  I was super happy and eager to head out for my walk and photo session but I was fast to surprise my new volunteer friend in how calm and chill I became once away from the chaotic shelter environment.  In no time, I was cuddle central.   It's very easy to love me with my wagging tail and tongue that doles out kisses.  I was great in meeting other dogs during my outing but cats, well not so great a match for me!  Interacting well with both my male and female handlers,  sadly in no time it was time to go back to the kennel where I shared with my new friends my hope that soon I would be selected to head on home!  Note: He is a super sweet and happy boy. He was very calm during intake and well behaved. He has a wound on his neck that is being cleaned with chlorahex.   HW+; 74lbs; 2 yrs old; lab mix; 6/8


Bessie was turned in because her owner passed away.  She is very scared. I wasn't able to age her but her paperwork said that her owner had her for 3 yrs.  hw+; 50lbs; 7/7; bull mix 

Biscuit Pup- Video

Biscuit is a very sweet puppy in need of a foster home. He was run over by a car last Thursday. Has a broken jaw. Was treated at the vet.  Had his staples removed this morning from a wound in his front left leg. Suffering from hair loss due to malnutrition.  posted 6/27; male; 26lbs; lab/hound mix; waiting on age. "Cuddle bug."

Blaire Senior

Blair has nicely settled into her foster home and is no longer snippy.  She is crate trained and loves to snuggle.  That's not to say she won't be snippy with someone new until she gets used to them. She is ok with Tommy and people at work though.    Med Info May 30: Labs were ok. They did x-ray of front paw. She either has had a crushing injury or was born with a defect that affects her walking some. They gave me something for pain in case she needs it but she doesn't seem to be in pain. X-ray revealed right carpus/distal radius/ulnar fracture/luxation - chronic - TREAT with pain management. She has a scar so Dr D thinks she has been altered but if not no need at her age. She will be good to go as soon as she gets all her shots.  5/18; hw-; female; 8 yrs old; poodle mix;  7lbs; She is a timid girl that was found in a ditch. She was totally matted up and filthy and was sent to the groomer.


He has a lump under is right armpit and I made a vet form for him. He is a super sweet goofy boy. I absolutely adore him. He just wants everyone to love him and be with the most people that he can. The person said he was not his dog and had been there a week. He is altered. He was in the office with cats and the puppy and paid them no attention. He just wanted all the people to love him.   HW+; male; lab mix; 6/2; 54lbs; 2-3 yrs old. Med Update: large scabs under front leg - 1 cm 'lump' feels like scar tissue - just monitor

More about me June 29: Blaze is the "Class Clown"...performing for treats is his specialty.  He's very smart and easily trainable.  He has a young spirit with high energy, so an active family with older children would be an ideal match.  Blaze craves attention but is also capable of dishing out the love. His likes:  dog treats, to be the center of attention, and stealing cat food.  Good with cats and dogs tested!

Brought in by Darl AC as a stray. Handsome, friendly, loves human attention. Wearing red collar, HW negative.  12/1/2016; male; 3-4 yrs old; spaniel mix; 41 lbs.  Volunteer note: very energetic, friendly and happy, loves to explore, loves belly rubs and running.  He is happy to greet any person who comes in the gate of the kennel yard.  Protective of his food. 

Bogey- sponsored for pull fees- VIDEOApril VIDEOAprilA VIDEOAprilB
Note:  The dog barking in VideoB is a little terrier and NOT Bogey.

Handsome hunk Bogey would love to wrap you in a big bear hug and give you some kisses.  This dad to Sweetie's pups has had to say goodbye to his wandering days and now he is ready for a more settled life where he can count on eating regular and having a family of his own to count on.  Bogey met our playful male Brendon who immediately greeted him with paws to the face, and Bogey reacted well.  He can be a food hog so he should be fed separately from other dogs.  He had his first taste of peanut butter during his photo shoot and thought it was pretty special.  Bogey is a big strong boy who would probably be a better match for a family with older children. Note: Sweet. No cats please!  Dad to Sweet Pea's pups. 12/11/2015; hw+; male; 1-2 yrs old; 67lbs; Treated for HW's 8/1/2016

Update Feb 2: Bogey is a big boy at 80 pounds.  Growing up in an outside kennel with minimal human contact and little or no daily stimulation/activity,  Bogey will likely tell you he is quickly trying to make up for lost time!  Since his "freedom gate" has been flung far and wide open, he can be a bit rambunctious but it's just sheer delight at all the new opportunities available to him.  He can be a little stubborn too.  He’s just so glad to have some freedom to run and be a dog, that he can hardly contain himself.  We are working on his discipline, but he’s a young dog, so he is strong and has a good bit of energy.  He walks well on the leash for me and has gotten along pretty well with my personal dogs.  He loves to run and play chase.  He did not do well when cat tested at the shelter, so I think that would not be a good situation.  He is a good boy and certainly deserving of a wonderful home. 

Update April 4: Bogey is a 3-4 year old, male, lab mix.  He has been with me since January after I was able to get his family to surrender him to me.  I became aware of Bogey in the midst of chasing Sweet Pea.  Bogey lived in the neighborhood near the church where Sweet Pea was staying.  He was kept in a 10x10 kennel by his family for most of his life.  They would sometimes let him out, or he would get out, and he would roam the neighborhood.  When Sweet Pea was in heat, he found her and was the only dog I am aware of who mated with her.  I found out where his family lived and when I could get my hands on him, I took him home.  Sweet Pea moved from the church to behind Bogey’s house to be near him.  When I saw the condition he was living in, I began bringing food and water for him each day.  Their next door neighbor shared with me that they had been caring for him for a while.  She said a teenager in the home was his owner.  She told me that they never spent time with him and barely fed him.  She talked to the young boy many times about giving him better care, but he never did.  She was helpful in getting the boy’s mother to surrender Bogey to me. 
That’s his back story, now a little about him.  He has settled down a lot since we’ve had him.  Before he saw the kennel as a jail that he hated to go in.  He would roll on his back and I would literally have to drag him back in there.  Now, he will go in with just a verbal command because he knows he gets free time.  He loves to run and plays well with my personal dogs.  My dogs chase and bark at him and he never retaliates.  He just takes it as play and has never shown any aggression even though my guys can get rough with him.  I would be comfortable leaving him out in the yard all the time with my dogs, but I have an older girl who is blind.  He gets so excited running and playing that he isn’t careful around her.  He scares her when he bumps her running by, so I just let him out when I’m out there with them so I can watch her.  He will sit for me and gives me his paw.  He walks really well on the leash and rides well in the car out of the crate.  He meets people very well and has met all of my dogs with no problems.  He was a little too curious around the cats at the shelter, so I would say no cats.  He does have a few bad manners from not much interaction and training when younger, but he seems teachable.  He jumps up on me sometimes when I first let him out, but after a few minutes of running off his energy, he settles down nicely and listens to my directions.  He likes to chase and retrieve a ball or rope.  He loves to be petted, kissed, hugged and loved on.  We don’t have any issues with feeding him with my other dogs.  He has been an outside dog most of his life, so he would have to be house trained.

Mr nice guy!  Buck is polite and friendly.  He is a great leash walker!  He has quickly won his spot as male tester dog because of his balanced, easy-going personality.  Our volunteers choose Buck when they need to see how new dogs get along with others.  He is respectful of people, other dogs, and even cats!  Note: Stray. He and a few buddy's have Been hanging out at a mans house. He is a great dog, a little shy but full of love and kisses. He is fine with the kitty's in the office.  1-2 yrs old; hw-; 50lbs; hound; 6/20; male.  Med update July 17: left hind leg pushes out at gait - suspect hip luxation - xray revealed chronic fracture of proximal femur and acetabulum - hip is luxated - right hip appears ok - TREAT with pain management - surgery would be extremely difficult due to chronicity of fraction and location - would require amputation from hip but likely fused bone present - give rimydyl 100 mg 1/2 tab orally every 12 hours as needed for pain - tramadol 50 mg 2-2 1/2 pills orally every 12 hours as needed for pain

Update Mid July: Buck is in foster with me at my house.   He wants to run and play, but he is supposed to be on crate rest.  He is on tramadol and rimadly, but he never acts as if he is in pain. I tried to get a video of him, but he just wants to hug my legs and lean against me. So the video just shows the top of his back. He is a LOVE!!!! No introduction necessary with him and my dogs. Wants to play with my cats, but leaves them alone. He is GREAT!!!  If I didnt' already have so many cuddlers at night, he would be on the bed with me. He is an amazing dog.   likes all of my dogs, large and small, old and young. goes right in to his crate without a complaint; he's in an XL crate with cushions to lie on

Buddy -sponsored for vetting fees- VIDEO VIDEOMarch23

I'm a lover not a fighter.  I'm struggling with some skin issues right now so I look kind of scabby.  My person died months ago and a kind neighbor, Benjamin kept coming to my home to care for me.  He gave me oils for my skin and kept me fed and watered, and boy, did he LOVE me so.  Benjamin then got evicted from his home and when he came for me I was gone.   The good news is that Animal Control picked me up and told me I would be ok.  My interim care giver knows I am in good, caring hands right now and while he would have liked to bring me home, he simply does not have the means to really help restore my health to 100% and keep me long term.   He is keeping an eye on me now and promises to visit me at the shelter.  He will tell you and the staff will also tell you, I am one the most friendly faces out here and that I am a sweet, gentle natured fellow.   Hoping you too will come on by to see for yourself.  42 lbs; 2/6; male; 2-4 yrs old; hw - (Staff named him Simon BUT he knows his name of Buddy).


He's a sweet boy that came in from AC. He is very submissive and spent a while napping in the corner of intake. He walked well on the leash and took treats very gently. He was wearing a choke chain that was very very tight and has left marks on his neck. He also has hairloss that appears to be from fleas but I made a vet from to be sure. He also has a wound on his ear that was cleaned.   hw-; 5/5; mixed breed; 2 yrs old; 54lbs; male

Update July 5:  Looking for someone to love!  I make fast connections and in no time I am your new, very best friend.  I'm always eager and excited to be selected for walk time.  I am happy to slow down and walk right beside you once I have my initial enthusiasm out of the way so be prepared for a stronger start up and nice slow down period with me!   A goof ball at heart,  I'm super friendly and very affectionate.

Cassie - sponsored for pull fees- VideoMay14 VideoMay14A
New Series of Pictures October.  Check out the progression!

Update Oct 18, 2015: Cassie is doing great with an obvious increase in energy. She is still weak but trying. Today she wanted to lay around outside and soak up the sun. She is eating very well and prefers for me to switch her can food flavors lol My neighbors puppy comes and visit . Cassie seems very interested in him and not bothered at all. She is the sweetest dog ever.  Very skinny. Really sweet and friendly. AC stray. HW+ ; 10/13; 19lbs; 2-3 yrs old

Update Oct 21: No cats yet but she is very sweet with the neighbor's puppy. Other dogs come around and she just looks at them. Cassie is still weak so kinda hard to tell right now.

Update Nov 28: Cassie is ready to find a home of her own. She is very sweet-one of the sweetest I have ever fostered. Wants to be a lap dog. She does chase cats to play with them but she's too rough with them and will hurt them when she does. She's good with kids though.

Update Dec 14: Cassie came in as a stray starved almost to death. The night I got her she almost died and the first week were touch and go but she made it! Now she is a very happy girl!  She's very playful and silly girl, loves her toys! She is crate and potty trained. She is good with other dogs as long as they r 20lbs or over bc she can play a little rough. She's not good with cats. She does well with other people and kids. 

Update Jan 24, 2017: Cassie thinks she's a lap dog. She'll try to get every single part of her body  in ur lap. So someone that wants a snuggle dog. She loves to play outside but she'd rather b inside on the couch with u. Having another playful doggie sister or brother would b great bc she loves to play with other dogs.   She's good with kids but when she plays she sometimes knocks them down. With some manner training that would b easy to fix. So not small children. She's not good with dogs under 20lbs or cats. She plays too rough. She played lots with my 20 lb Boston. They got along great and they cuddled when they got tired of playing. 

Update March 13: Cassie has come such a long way from the emaciated girl who came into the shelter.  At fist we were not even sure she would survive.  But now she is looking great and even though she is much loved in her foster home, she is ready to find a home of her own.  She was not really into playing dress-up for her photo shoot, preferring to go au naturel, but she was a good sport about it.  Cassie is a lovable expressive girl with an adorable underbite.  She likes puppies and loves to wrestle with the big dogs.  She tends to play rough so she is probably better matched to dogs of her own size or larger.  She never has to be asked twice to go for a ride in the car, where she likes to call shotgun.  Cassie is sweet and loving and loyal to her people.  Please help Cassie find her forever family.

Update Oct 17: This is Cassie before and after. Even when she wasn't able to walk she still wagged her tail and gave kisses to everyone that helped her. After months of recuperation from malnutrition and dehydration she transformed into a beautiful girl. Cassie is HW positive. She's crate and potty trained. She does not like cats. Cassie wants to be a lap dog and prefers to be let out to potty and come right back in to lay on the couch. She's one of the sweetest, happiest fosters that I've ever had. 

July 2017:  Cassie has retested HW-!


Chucky is sharing his kennel with a little chi mix Annie? And he just stood quietly while Sam sniffed him over. He is friendly but a little skittish. He was hiding behind the dog house but came up to the gate and kissed my hand. He does not love the leash but I was able to get him where we needed to go.  Fine with being petted and quite a looker. Maybe not the best choice for small kids. Note: Chucky was picked up by animal control as a stray. He is very friendly and easy going.  HW-; 2-3 yrs old; collie mix; 36lbs; male; 7/12

CO Pups x 2 + Mom Corina

Coral,  Coral, Corintha (6.2 lbs. Her name means maiden. She is a bit shy, and needs time to warm up.), Mom 

Coral  came in with her sister Corintha. She had fleas as well. She is a little less shy than her sister and was eager to give me kisses after her bath.  6/26/17; Terrier mix; 9-10 weeks; 6.4lbs (Coral).  No intake info on mom yet.

Cola - Senior

Cola came in yesterday as an owner surrender. She is very sweet and friendly. She seems to get along with cats and other dogs.  She has had multiple, multiple litters.  The pups in the last litter all recently died.  She wandering out of her yard so she was brought in.  HW+; 8 yrs old; 36lbs; she mix; 7/12; 

I got him out again with Brooke. Brooke is the resident dog tester---she is a very well balanced dog. We concluded after introducing them and then walking them for a while together that Comet has all of the traits notorious for a terrier breed. He is confident, sometimes to the point of being arrogant, and sometimes stubborn. Only after a walk with Brooke and a full introduction did Comet "dial down" as we say.  He and Brooke walked calmly back to their kennels together. Comet will definitely need a proper introduction to other dogs and possibly may have to be an only dog. He is overly-alert and very curious about everything and anything!  Note: Happy happy dog. 1 yr; 27lbs; hw neg; male; 6/5. no cats please.  He was turned in as a stray.  The man said he kept him for two days looking for the owner.

He is a super sweet boy. He was kind of shy but was tolerant of us and started to warm up to us. All he really wanted was to lay down and relax. He has demodex and I made a vet form to ask how we should proceed with treatment and for his eyes to be looked at.   hw+; 3/23; male; 45lbs; 2-3 yrs old; lab mix. Med Note 3/29: mild entropian in right eye - apply neopolybac in right eye every 12 hours, may resolve as the skin improves. Video Note:  Dale was not feeling well during his video.  Turns out he was running a fever.  :(

More about me June 4: Dale has been residing at the shelter for quite a while now.  He had lots of hair loss when he came in but now looks super handsome.  Over the course of his stay the volunteers and staff have had plenty of time to spend with Dale and have come to realize there is something a bit different about him.  Whether it is a vision problem or some mild neurological deficit we do not know.  Dale seems to have trouble focusing, especially on higher objects but often seems to be able see things nearer the ground.  He has a funny gait when he walks and looks like he is prancing and sometimes he does a little dance or sidestep.  Dale is a good-natured boy and he has won the hearts of several volunteers and staff members.  He has done well learning to walk on lead.  He gets startled sometimes and when he does his reaction is to hit the deck.  Dale is currently rooming with the lovely Joy.  He waits at the front of his kennel and he gets excited when he sees one of his friends coming by, hopefully with treats.  We are hoping someone sees the special in our boy and gives him a happily ever after.


Big strong boy but polite.  He did well on his walk and meeting male and female dogs.  He looks solid black at first glance but is a very dark brindle.  Note: Dalton was brought in by animal control. He had a microchip however that owner was not interested in having him returned. Dalton is very sweet boy with a lot of energy.  HW+; 1-2 yrs old; 70lbs; lab mix; 6/30


She's a very sweet girl who is a bit timid. She likes to be carried and is very happy to just hang out with you in a quiet space.   HW+; 31 lbs; 1-2 yrs old; shep mix; 6/27

Deborah -safe

Deborah came in as an owner surrender with Raymond and Robert. She is a little more subdued that the boys but is still very friendly.  hw-; 1-2 yrs old; 35lbs; lab/pyreness mix; 7/13


48lbs; male; 5 yrs old; HW+; 1/27.  Friendly, low energy level. Good with other dogs. 
Update from Bridge staff: He is really a very sweet guy. I am consistently amazed by how thoughtful he is regarding his size and he is never, ever an issue coming back to his kennel when I am done cleaning, watering and getting his food ready......he smiles when he runs back...I love that about him!!!! 

Dink- Senior

I arrived bloated with worms and dirty from diarrhea.  The nice folks who have been caring for me cleaned me up, helped rid my body of the horrible worms and today,  my coat is shiny and sleek and my belly lean and firm.  Folks say I'm a sweet old guy who's mild mannered and grateful.   I have a young child who comes with her mom to feed and care for me here at Bridge and boy, do I enjoy him!    I have a grand time when I am let out of my kennel to run the dog yard.  The other dogs bark and jump with excitement when they see me and I generally pay them no mind as I continue on my happy way sniffing and smelling and simply enjoying my freedom.  On occasion, I might greet the other dogs nose to nose through the kennel fencing to get the most of my free time. I'll tell you I am definately a favorite of at least one of the Bridge workers.  She saves me for last on her kennel run detail as she wishes to give me lots of extra time and attention and love.   With the scars over my back and head and my worn and missing teeth,  it's clear I've had a tough life.  I don't let that slow me down, I hold no grudges and honestly, I have the most pleasant disposition.  Hoping perhaps YOU might be able to open your home to me, Dink.    4/6; Stray who arrived at a local recycling center.  Est 7 yrs old; male;  HW+;  May or may not be a candidate for HW treatment due to an unhealthy heart.  May need prednisone longterm and heart meds to keep him at his best.  Vet notes: xray shows diffuse bronchointerstitial pattern - suspect cardiomyopathy. 53lbs


DJ is very sweet and has a lot of energy. He was turned in as a stray.  1 yr old; 44lbs; lab mix; HW+; male; 7/6


Dolly is a sweet dog that was brought in with 13 other dogs. She is HW-.  40lbs; beagle; 5 yrs old; 7/13


I have taken this boy out twice now and he refuses to take a good picture for me.  He is much more interested in checking out everything else going on around him than looking at the camera.  Next time I will bring hot dogs.  Donald is a friendly boy who loves to give and get hugs from his people.  He thinks walks are great and he does pull from excitement when he gets the chance to go out, but after some exercise he settles down nicely.  Yesterday was so hot he was happy to just sit on the steps with me in the shade and greet everyone coming in and out.  Donald is super handsome with his unique light brindle coloring. Note: He was turned in today by the fire dept. He has a collar and good manners.  Donald is a happy dog who enjoyed riding in the truck with the fireman.  47lbs; male; 2 yrs old; 5/25;  HW+; lab

Earl- Sponsored for pull fees- VideoWithEmilyJune VideoWithEmilyJune1

Earl is a middle aged guy who is a little rough around the edges.  I don't think he has ever had the chance to enjoy the finer things in life or get much training in the social graces.  He is a very strong puller and straight ahead on the walk.  He likes to make tracks.  He is not extremely outgoing but he does enjoy being petted and when he gets warmed up he gives kisses and gets wiggly.  Earl needs a patient, soft-hearted soul who is willing to spend some time training to teach an old dog new tricks and earn all the love and trust he has to give.  Give an older guy a chance, won't you?  No cats for me please!  Note: A/C stray. Friendly.   HW+ (treated!); 3-5 yrs old; 46lbs; male; 11/21/15

HW pos. Very very sweet. Really wants your attention and he very gentle. AC STRAY; 10/25; 4-5 yrs old; 47lbs; male.  Med note:  left front weight bearing, lame, swelling at right carpus, xray revealed healing fracture of distal ulna, fracture with bullet of metatarsals - TREAT with strict crate rest.  11/.  Good choice for for a female dog looking for a companion.  

Bio for local paper: Attention Monger!  If you loving being center stage with your pet, than Edward is the pet for you!   Folks LOVE Edward.  Super friendly and always eager to dance for a treat or give you some special nuzzles,  Edward is super sweet and very gentle natured.   Ready to break out of doggy jail...AKA...the shelter,  Edward knows how to get the pet job done and hopes soon you'll come on by and let him WOW you with his southern charm. 

female; 12/14/15; 61 lbs ; hw+; Friendly! 

Update Jan 22:  We almost lost Ellen.  Found coughing up blood in her kennel,  we rushed her to the vet to stabilize her.  She rec'd IV's, antibiotics and a full panel of blood work was done on her.  Good news is that her kidneys and liver and all working well BUT she is in stage 3 of heartwom disease so her lungs and heart are struggling. 

Update Jan 26: Ellen has been moved to a foster home where she is looking and feeling SO much better.  Her foster home is loaded with an assortment of other dogs of all sizes, ages and temperments.  She is not a candidate for immiticide shots so she will be placed on the slow-kill method to help rid her heart of the deadly worms.  Foster update: "Ellen is dog friendly and doesn't have any food aggression with people or dogs. She's been out with all of my dogs, big and small. Her favorite is Tiger (senior, female hound mix). She does not like to be crated or gated and is doing ok with free roam of the house with Tiger. She thinks Tiger is her mom, and follows her everywhere."

Update Feb 1, 2016: Ellen is a love.  She is a mellow, easy-going girl who loves to be with people and gets along with other dogs.  Because she broke out of her crate and integrated herself with the rest of my pack I have been letting her have run-of-the-house at night and when I am at work.  She is not destructive and is doing well with housebreaking.  Ellen is happiest sitting right beside you, peppering you with kisses and getting her belly rubbed.  She is content to sleep on a chair or dog bed beside your desk while you work and she loves relaxing in the warm sun.  She should be fine with kids as she does not get rattled easily.  I don't have a cat here right now to test her but I really don't think she would mind them either.  She just has that "anything goes" personality that should help her fit in most anywhere.

Emily is the girl on fire!! Having three legs is not slowing her down a bit. This urber friendly lab mix just wants to have fun.  Good with other dogs.  She is just waiting for the right person to be her forever side kick. Note: Found tied up at abandoned property with an embedded collar.  Emily's leg had an old break which could not repaired. We had it amputated and she is getting around like the real champion that she is.  4/10/16; HW+ ; July 2 pics.   Treated for HW's on 10/25/16.

More about me Sept: Only has three legs but didn't slow down at all. (Full body pic shows her three legs.) Strong and loves cuddles. 

Update Oct 2: Emily is a real good girl with a moderately high Energy level. With more attention and chances to release the energy, I think it would go down. As far as how she gets along with other dogs, she is pretty good. Twice she has gotten out of her pen recently and runs and plays with the dogs at our house and then goes over to the neighbors to play with their dogs. The only dog she has had a problem we had is one of ours who gets in her face.

Ezekiel- RIP- shy/feral

Ezekiel has been at the shelter since May 4. He is shy and needs time to warm up or someone to just take a chance on him.  Jones says he has started to warm up some, but he still has a long way to go. He has had everything but a HW test.  About 3 yrs old; male; lab mix; 50+ lbs; 5/4/17