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female; bull; stray; 39lbs; hw-; 1 yr old; scared; 6/16


male; lab mix; stray; 47lbs; HW+; 1 yr old; 7/7

Banner Pup- FriendMellow 

Sweet little pup. Has a lot of playful energy and loves everyone.  6-8 mos old; lab mix; 32lbs; hw-; Picked up w/2 other adult dogs (Navy and ?). stray


male; stray; 55lbs; 3 yrs old; shep mix; hw-; 7/1

Life is good with Biscuit by your side!   Big boy Biscuit brings to the adoption table a loaded pet resume!   Tipping the scales at over 80lbs,  Biscuit would tell you the key benefit of his large size is that there is more for you to love on and more of him to love on you!   Equally accepting of humans and other dogs (he nicely co-mingled with both a male and female dog),  he simply loves being around other 4 legged friends or 2 legged friends.   A gentle face cleaner and hugger,  Biscuit did not have much interest in playing with toys especially if there was a person nearby that he could tag for his new best friend.  A stronger and very solid boy,  Biscuit does not have a clue about his larger size and if given a chance, might just climb up into your lap.   Graced with one amber eye and one light blue eye,  his head reminds us of the "Target dog" and the rest of his body of a large, hip-swiveling large lab. Biscuit is an affectionate fellow who really knows how to work crowds and charm folks.  Note: male; HW+; 5-6yrs old; lab mix; 82lbs; stray; 6/13

 stray; lab; female; HW+; 3-4 yrs old;  50lbs; 6/8. Came in with Rose.

Shy, sweet girl looking for a patient person with a quiet home!  My name is Christy and folks are pushing really hard to help me find my perfect home.   A smaller framed gal with a lot of curb appeal, I've had a very limited pet experience but am working very hard to be the best I can be.   Rescued from a hoarding situation,  I'm clearly more in my element hanging out with other dogs but working diligently on my human interaction skills.  Humans can be a little scary for me so allowing me to make those first few steps in building a relationship with you will mean having dogs in a home to help guide me and a human who will allow me to be, well me!   Trust will build between us but please, it will take time and gosh, it will be so incredibly rewarding for both us!   Already,  I am house trained, crate trained and also leash trained, three very marketable pet skills!   If you have dogs in your home who might be willing to show me the pet ropes,  I think we should talk!  Please, ask for me Christy, won't you?  Note: Christy was the 49th dog rescued from the Indian Branch property.  She was brought in by animal control from a hoarding situation. She is very timid.  8-6-18; lab/collie mix; 3-5 yrs old; 34lbs; hw+

More about me from foster mom March 9, 2019: 
 2) She is completely house trained. She has never had an accident in her crate nor in the house.
 3) Crate trained? Her crate is her safe space. She has learned she gets fed either outside, or in her crate. She goes in no problem. She has never had an accident in her crate either. She is calm. Barks if she needs anything.
 4) Leash walking skills? She walks fine on a leash. Sometimes she tries to walk in circles. She likes to be distant from whoever is walking her and not touched.
5) Energy level of pet? Timid, but anxious. In the house she will lie down or go in her crate. She plays like a normal dog. I would say average energy. Plays well with small and big dogs. She enjoys running and rough housing with dogs, or being play chased. 
6) Personality of pet? Anxious. Playful with dogs. Learning to like touch. Curious. Allows her person to handle her if approached in crate without any signs of nipping or aggression, even though she is very scared. Flight risk.  She enjoys being outside with shelter. She likes to be able to come and go as she pleases. She appreciates routine, she seems to always know when 8am and 5pm are to eat. She will stand on porch and give a few barks to alert you it's time to eat. When we get home from work, she gets very happy to see us. She likes you to come outside and stomp your feet/play chase her for a little bit. She buries her bones for later. Not a cuddler, yet. 
 7) Best suited in what type of home? Never seen her around kids. Does fine with dogs and cats. She is going to do what makes her comfortable. I dont think a high energy home would be good. Maybe quiet to moderate. 
 8) Ready to go and do? Not with us. She takes serious coaxing to get inside the house. She prefers to be left alone until she is ready for attention.
 Does your pet like car rides? Very anxious in car
9) Are they open to go and to and explore? Not with us. 
10) Good choice for walking down a Main Street setting? No she would be very anxious and scared. 
11) Better suited staying on the sofa and cuddling? Not a cuddler. Best with someone who appreciates her boundaries and comfort.
12) If your foster interacted with other dogs in your home how did that go? She loves to watch them play, as well as interact. She does fine when they jump around on her and lick her mouth.
 10) Please describe what you feel might be the ideal home for your foster? If someone had a lot of time to devote to her, and getting her comfortable with them, she might come out of her shell more. I know in her previous situation, she liked to come and go as she saw fit and have shelter to recluse. She does good in a fenced in yard.

Dallas Pup

male; lab mix; 6 mos; 27lbs; stray; 7/7

Good Natured, Gentle Soul!  Dixie is such a delightful lady!  This mild mannered, super polite lab/hound mix has the sweetest little grin and sports a lovely coat of amber waves.   An easy leash walker,  Dixie is a friend to all and enjoyed the company of 2 males dogs on our walk almost as much as she enjoyed mixing and mingling with her new human friends.   With just a touch of shyness/reservation in her mannerisms,  Dixie is a delight to have by your side.  This appealing lady is never any real rush and happy to simply mozey around to see what's next around the corner.   8 yrs old; HW+; 6/26; lab mix; 52lbs; Found as a stray and briefly kept in their home.  See notes below.

Update July 6: A family in the community had this pretty girl in their home while they were looking for owner. They considered keeping her but ultimately she didn't prove to be the best match for their toddler (18 months old; the home has an autistic child). She did ok with the older children (at this home was 9 yrs and up). Great with other dogs. Knows how to sit. Loves treats. No accidents in the house. She slept on the couch or dog bed. She clearly lived inside prior. They thought for sure someone would be missing her but the lost and found post got no leads and as far as I am aware there has been no ability to reach the owner from the microchip info.  With this family, she seemed to naturally bond more to the wife and the female children than to the husband or the male children. The husband usually has a great bond with animals and for some reason Dixie just didn't take to him. The family took her to the vet and got vaccines and had a tooth extracted. Her rabies vaccine is current.   They hope she finds a great family (if no owner located) and felt bad that it didn't work out with them. They wanted you all to know that they feel certain that older kids are best for her and a home with women (not just men) would be enjoyed most. 

Dixie Mama- FosterHome FosterHome 

stray; shep mix; HW+; 4/7; 46lbs; 4-5 yrs old.  Reportedly had years of multiple, large litters.  Always a great mom to her pups.  Foster Update mid June: She is doing really good! She is coming to me on her own now.  She comes to my mom some also.   She still isn’t a fan of new people though.  She eats food out of my hand.  Really soft and gentle.  She does a happy dance when she sees it is me coming. She is still a shy girl.  She still doesn’t like the leash , but we are working on that.  She has started to bark some, when my dogs are barking. So we have finally heard her voice. 😂 she is a really great dog, and will be a wonderful dog when she comes completely “out of her shell”

Doc -safe

male; lab mix; 5/28; 41lbs; 3 yrs old; HW+; O/S - can no longer care for.  Part of the Seven Dwarfs group.

"Another helping of Duke please!" Duke was our pick of the day as we met over a dozen dogs during another scorching summer morning of photo time and dog walking.   This mid-sized, two-tone fellow is happy, super pleasant, interactive and just pure joy to have by your side.   A skilled giver and receiving of attention and affection,  Duke is never pushy in his ways and is mild in manner and polite as he goes about his business.   With an endless supply of grins and softly swiveling hips,  Duke was considerate and very patient and accepting of the two female dogs that shared his walk in the front open field.   Duke tends to focus most of his attention on the humans looking for a belly rub or scratch on the head but was likewise at great ease and happy to share his space with other dogs.   Duke's sunny outlook on life is very contagious and we were uplifted by his fun, gentle spirit.   An extra helping of Duke is just what the doctor has ordered.   Note: Kids are very welcome in Duke's wonderful world.  Note: male; o/s; 4 yrs old; 51lbs; lab mix; 6/25; HW-

Real Men wear crocheted bandanas!  Just ask Elmer!  This super cool dude really wowed us with his happy go lucky approach to life and his nonstop smile.  Elmer is a keeper!  So very, very pleasant,  he is equally as good (and drawn to) with humans as he is with other dogs.  This easy going hound mix takes everything in great stride and is happy to stop and smell the flowers.  Toys did not seem to be of much interest to him ...hanging close with humans and or simply chilling with other dogs seemed to bring out his biggest grins.    Just happy to go and do,  Elmer is a lovely leash walker and is such a sweet, gentle natured being.   All he really wants is some love (belly rubs are very welcome) and a bit of attention and he is good to go!   Kids would delight in this two tone doggie and we sure hope you'll bring them on by to meet him today!  Note: male; hound mix; stray; 57lbs; hw+; 2-3 yrs old; 6/29