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Ford- 1/2 pull fees sponsored


Ford was an owner surrender to animal control. His owner was entering a nursing home and could no longer care for him.  He is very scared but still friendly.  HW+; 5+ yrs old; 35lbs; shep/corgi mix; 6/27; Came from a home with 40+ other dogs. 

Frances Mom - PREGNANT! 


Frances was brought in as an owner surrender with her four six month old puppies, Fitz, Flo, Frenchie and Felicity. The owner said they could no longer care for them. She is very sweet and friendly and walks well on a leash.  hw-; 47lbs; 2-3 yrs old; lab mix; 5/26.  




Crowd Worker!  Frazier is in his element when he's in a group.  It can be a group of humans and or a group of other dogs.  This sleek jacketed brindle boy is social, playful, and really loves everyone.  He makes every effort to make sure everyone is greeted and feels loved.  Frazier loves giving and receiving affection and attention.   Frazier makes you smile. Plain and simple.  This medium energy love bug is great on a leash and loves to go and do and explore.  Hanging out in a dog park and or greeting the school bus at day's end would really make his day.  Frazier would need a 2 page pet resume to list all of his pet skills and has his paws crossed that soon you'll find his grin and swiveling hips irresistible and that you'll come on by to see why we are all smitten with him. Note: Frazier was brought in as a stray by animal control. HW-; 41lbs; 1-2 yrs old; plott hound mix; 5/14

Frenchie Pup


Frenchie tried to climb the tree to get in James' lap.  Sweet pup!  She is also the one who climbed out of her kennel!
36lbs, hw-; female; Mom is Frances.  5-26-18; Lab/Shep mix




Fritz was brought in as an owner surrender with Carter. The owner turned them in because they kept escaping. He is playful and sweet.  hw-; 32lbs; 2-3 yrs old; 5/31

Gabe


Gabe was brought in as a stray with Tank by animal control. They were picked up in Lamar. He is very playful and friendly.  29lbs; 1-2 yrs old; hound mix; 7/11

Gem Teen Pup- Part of the G x 7 Litter- IntakeVideo VideoWithGrover 




Personality bio: Gem, known as Whiteface when with the good samaritan, can present on the shyer side at first. Once you hold her, she will melt and fall for you. She tends to watch her siblings to know a situation is ok so she would best be placed with another mature dog to show her the ropes. She is curious and she will join right into the pack. If she thinks something has your interest, she wants to know what it is and she wants to be included. She’s playful and she loves the outdoors. You will find her by your side often, curiously watching your every move and just waiting for a pet. She may jump up at times but she is gentle. She has a nurturing spirit so matching her with kids and smaller dogs wouldn’t be an issue.  

More about this litter:  They are social dogs, not unsocialized dogs. They are scared to be surrendered to shelter. They were in foster 3 months and had 50 acres to run on in Clio. This is a big adjustment.  They were around two other dogs and fine with them.  They did fine with 12 year old girl, a six year old girl, and a 5 year old boy.  They were around two indoor cats, two outdoor cats, and a mother cat with kittens out behind the garage that is feral. They may chase an outdoor cat at first intro but will stop that with redirection and will not hurt them. 6-16-18; Cattle dog mix; HW -; 37 pounds ; 8-9 months ; This is Gem of the Clio G group. She is scared. female

Genie Teen Pup- Part of the G x 7 Litter - IntakeVideo



Blackie (now Genie) loves to run. You have to really watch her when you open the fence gate. She will dive passed your legs. She’s a fast runner. Catching her is like trying to catch a piglet, she squeals and wiggles. She thinks it is all fun and games. She may snap at you when you grab her. It is not to bite, she is nippy in her personality when she is playing and excited. She is what they call mouthy I think. She will put your hand/wrist in her mouth when playing, which can scare some people. She loves to be outside and needs a large securely fenced yard to burn energy in. She’s smart, so I was always pretty lenient with her because she makes good decisions, except for running at the gate.  She’s really good at keeping herself occupied. Stuffed animals are a must for her. She likes having an older dog to hang around, more so than hanging with the puppies. Not many people around here fence in their animals and she loved when other dogs came to visit. She is good at meeting new dogs. She likes meeting new people too. She likes to run though, as I stated, and can approach a new person running then jump up and mouth their hand, which frightens some people. She would be good with a more mature active dog, large fenced yard with lots of outdoor play time, experienced dog owner, and older kids that are not easily knocked down. 

More about this litter:  They are social dogs, not unsocialized dogs. They are scared to be surrendered to shelter. They were in foster 3 months and had 50 acres to run on in Clio. This is a big adjustment.  They were around two other dogs and fine with them.  They did fine with 12 year old girl, a six year old girl, and a 5 year old boy.  They were around two indoor cats, two outdoor cats, and a mother cat with kittens out behind the garage that is feral. They may chase an outdoor cat at first intro but will stop that with redirection and will not hurt them.  Genie is part of the Clio litter. She has some hair loss from demedex.   HW-; 6/16; female; cattle dog max; 8-9 mos; 28lbs.  






George is a Jack Russell with all that entails. He is smart, has lots of energy, loves attention, and gets along pretty well with all. He walks on a leash and may be housebroken but that would need to be checked out. He raises cain when there is a loose animal in the yard but it is mainly because he wants to play with them.  When put around cats he basically ignored them but if one ran, he might want to chase it. I don't think he would harm one if he caught them.  He might not be best around toddlers as, with his energy level, he might knock them down or startle them. I do think he would be great with preteen and up.  He really is a happy fellow who just needs a family or person to show him some attention and to share some love with. him.Note: George was brought in as an owner surrender.  HW+; 25lbs; 2-3 yrs old; JRT/Beagle mix; 10/10

Update May 6: During a recent photo session, George mingled nicely with large and small dogs in our exercise area off leash.

Gemini Teen Pup- Part of the G x 7 Litter- IntakeVideo



Terry (now Gemini)  was originally named because of her ears. When she was little they flopped down in perfect triangles (they mostly perk up now). She holds her own really well. She was the first one that was comfortable venturing out by herself. Her name soon became Scary Terry. She would jump at everything, anything in the grass that moved, the shutter sound on a camera, another dog walking up behind her, even treats if you tossed one to her. She has gotten better with this but can still at times spook herself. She liked plants? There used to be a really sparse bush next to the house that she loved. She would lay in it all the time and no one else was allowed to go near it. She’d pounce at them, if they did. The plant eventually died, no doubt from being crushed by her lol. She can be a little rough with the others in play, mainly Blackie (hence the scratch mark on her head) and Rosie. Terry likes to get her way among her siblings. She gets along with Whiteface really well, so she is maybe best matched with dogs more on the submissive side. 
More about this litter:  They are social dogs, not unsocialized dogs. They are scared to be surrendered to shelter. They were in foster 3 months and had 50 acres to run on in Clio. This is a big adjustment.  They were around two other dogs and fine with them.  They did fine with 12 year old girl, a six year old girl, and a 5 year old boy.  They were around two indoor cats, two outdoor cats, and a mother cat with kittens out behind the garage that is feral. They may chase an outdoor cat at first intro but will stop that with redirection and will not hurt them.  6-16-18; Cattle dog mix; 8-9 mths; 32.6 lbs; HW neg; female 

Genny Teen Pup- Part of the G x 7 Litter- IntakeVideo


Raina (now Genny)  can be a bit of a handful lol. She will run inside, rest a bit, then right back outside, unless it is raining and she wants no part of that. She likes to come inside, steal something, then rush out the door with it. She could truthfully steal anything she can carry...a pillow, a towel, stuffed animals, shoes, water bottles...whatever might be around. She can be a really sneaky puppy, hence, the handful lol. If you can catch her before she gets out the door with it, she’ll drop it and continue running like nothing happened. She can also be an escape artist. She’s good at wiggling through small spaces, spaces you think she couldn't fit. She will even wiggle back in if she thinks she can before she is seen. If you catch her, or she thinks she doesn’t have time to wiggle through before you get to her, she lays down next to the fence in a ball as small as possible and just eyes you, staying completely still. She really doesn't want to be in trouble for being mischievous, and she doesn't need a lot of redirection to stop what she is doing, but she does enjoy mischief lol. She is shy around new people but will warm up and will even faster if there is another dog to play with. She’s really friendly with other dogs. When she gets to know a person, she loves being affectionate. She will jump up and she loves to lick you. Best matched with an older dog that has good energy level for play outside but is mature enough to not be up to puppy mischievous. 

More about this litter:  They are social dogs, not unsocialized dogs. They are scared to be surrendered to shelter. They were in foster 3 months and had 50 acres to run on in Clio. This is a big adjustment.  They were around two other dogs and fine with them.  They did fine with 12 year old girl, a six year old girl, and a 5 year old boy.  They were around two indoor cats, two outdoor cats, and a mother cat with kittens out behind the garage that is feral. They may chase an outdoor cat at first intro but will stop that with redirection and will not hurt them.  6-16-18; Cattle dog mix; 8-9 mths; 29.4 lbs; HW neg; female

Goldy -safe



Compact Cutie Pie!   This sunny faced, golden girl is simply darling.  Nicely sharing her space at the shelter with a smaller framed shy pup,  Goldy did a nice job in meeting, mixing and mingling with another bouncy pup and a larger, more mature lab mix on our walk today.  A friendly, happy, snuggly gal,  Goldy is a skilled leash walker and she's smart as well as she knew the benefits of finding a shady spot to beat the heat and a welcoming human lap to call her own.  HW-; 22lbs; 1-2 yrs old; shep/terrier mix; 6/21Goldy was brought in as a stray.  She walks well on a leash.  HW-; 22lbs; 1-2 yrs old; shep/terrier mix; 6/21


Update May 29: Gregg is a G-Pup that came into the shelter VERY scared of people in December of 2017. He continues to come more and more out of his shell daily. He is about 9-10 months old (end of May). Up to date on his shots and  is Neutered. He finds most confidence with other dogs. He does WONDERFUL with both males and females of any size. He is very submissive. He is crate trained and house broken. He is beginning to understand that people aren’t around to hurt him. G-Man is also wonderful with children. He is a little scared of cats so he ignores them completely.   

Gregg is still very much a work in progress!  Arriving in foster early May,  certainly he has made GREAT strides as he works towards become the perfect canine pet companion.    Gregg really loves hanging out with other dogs.  In his video, he's acting a bit more reserved in general as he is more shy/cautious around his male foster dad vs his female foster mom.  When around foster mom,  Gregg is working the crowd of other dogs and actively engaged in play time.   Gregg is motivated only by human food!  This guy knows the good stuff!  A regular dog snack ie a bone, beef strip, or cookie does not get his attention but offer him a nicely warmed hot dog and he's first in the line up of the other resident dogs wanting to take that snack from his human.    In his foster home,  Gregg enjoys following the other dogs around.  He is not inclined to want to sit in the room where the humans are but rather goes wherever the pack is.  In part, this is why we feel it's VERY important that his new home is pre-stockd with a dog or other dogs to help him settle him and allow him to learn by watching.    For a dog who has gone for so long without any real human contact,  we are super excited about his progress thus far. Stayed tuned for more updates!  12/29 intake; AC stray; male; lab mix 

Update June 1:  With foster mom heading out of town for a few days,  I was asked to try a sleepover at a new home and to be very brave.  Well, by the looks of things, I think I did a really nice job.  Initially very tentative, once I saw another dog in the home it was smooth sailing for me and I broke into a grin. 

Gregory Teen Pup- Part of G x 7 Litter- IntakeVideo


Info about Gregory (known as Buddy with the foster):  Buddy is very aptly named. He likes to play and has puppy antics. He can be a little puppy stubborn but does redirect. He loves a chew bone. He gets excited when the cats run and jump and thinks he can do it too. He can get a little scared meeting new people but warms up nicely when they come down to his level. He’s a foodie and will gladly taste test anything you’re cooking so his belly is the way to his heart. He really likes quiche and casseroles. He does have a little sweet tooth and it was indulged with some cookie treats. He expects food every time he hears a wrapper lol, especially hot dog wrappers. He snores and he likes to lay on his back with all of his legs spread out. He likes to wake up in the middle of the night and put his head on the edge of the bed for you to pet him. He’d do best with as much outdoor access as possible as he likes to run and play. The rain does not bother him, he enjoys it. He is not opposed to mud and dirt lol. He loves to sit on the front porch during cool nights. He is a precious Buddy.  Gregory is one of the Clio dogs. They are all very scared. He is HW negative. cattle dog mix; hw-; 6/16; 8-9 mos old; 40lbs

More about this litter:  They are social dogs, not unsocialized dogs. They are scared to be surrendered to shelter. They were in foster 3 months and had 50 acres to run on in Clio. This is a big adjustment.  They were around two other dogs and fine with them.  They did fine with 12 year old girl, a six year old girl, and a 5 year old boy.  They were around two indoor cats, two outdoor cats, and a mother cat with kittens out behind the garage that is feral. They may chase an outdoor cat at first intro but will stop that with redirection and will not hurt them. 

Griffin Teen Pup


3 mos old; lab mixes; 12/29 (intake weights from 1/16).  This litter came in by animal control. They have been very scared but are slowly coming around.  23lbs end of Dec.

Grover Teen Pup- Part of the G x 7 Litter- IntakeVideo VideoWithGem



Ryder (now Grover)  looks like his Mom. He was a sad puppy when he arrived 3 months ago. He was attached to his Mom and he went through a grief to not have her. He’d do best sticking by Rosie a bit during this transition. Rosie assumed the roll of his caretaker when they left Mom. She will bring him some comfort during this time. He will require some patience, it may take little more time for him to warm up to you, but he will. He tends to stay off to the side while the other dogs run around together. This is just his personality, not being anti-social. He simply likes observing and he is more independent in exploring his environment. He is calm and well-behaved. He is shy to approach new dogs but seems to instinctively be drawn to female dogs, maybe as a replacement to his mom. He would find comfort in a home with a female dog partner. He would be a great match for a person with land for him to manage and explore, a person not looking for a clingy dog, but a faithful companion by their side. 

More about this litter:  They are social dogs, not unsocialized dogs. They are scared to be surrendered to shelter. They were in foster 3 months and had 50 acres to run on in Clio. This is a big adjustment.  They were around two other dogs and fine with them.  They did fine with 12 year old girl, a six year old girl, and a 5 year old boy.  They were around two indoor cats, two outdoor cats, and a mother cat with kittens out behind the garage that is feral. They may chase an outdoor cat at first intro but will stop that with redirection and will not hurt them.  6-16-18; Cattle dog mix; 8-9 mths; 44 lbs; HW neg. male

Harley - safe

Harley was brought in as a stray from Hartsville by animal control. He walks well on a leash and is very playful and friendly.  55lbs; 1-2 yrs old; lab mix; 7/3; HW-







I love all people, but I’ve been told I’m a bit of a ladies man. What can I say, it must be my adorable floppy ears! I’m very social and love to play, but I’m also perfectly happy laying in the shade and chewing on a toy. If we aren’t playing, I enjoy having my tummy rubbed or any other attention you’d like to give. I love to meet new people and four legged friends; I’m very polite and curious. I also like going for walks, but sometimes my excitement gets the best of me and I pull on the leash- I can’t help that I love adventures! Come play with me!  Note: Heath was brought in as a stray from animal control. He is a good natured gentleman. He is HW negative.   2-3 yrs old; bull mix; 42lbs; 5/18

Howard




Howard was brought in with his friends Leonard and Sheldon by animal control. He is a sweetheart.  A vet form has been filled out to check his wounds.  HW-; lab mix; 5/31; 45lbs; 5/31; 2-3 yrs old

Hudson


Hudson came in as a stray from animal control. He is very playful and friendly and gets along well with his kennel mate.  HW+; 36lbs; 1-2 yrs old; lab mix; 6/20

Jack Pup





Jack was turned into Betty McGalliard as a stray. We weren't able to do intake when he first came in because he was so scared. He has been in foster with Betty McG and has gotten a little better. He wants to be friendly but is still scared.   32lbs; hw -; 6 mos; lab mix; 3/31.  New Pictures mid June 2018





Friendly, playful, gets along with males and females large and small. Does not bother cats. Perfect petite Lab at a good age to join a family.   Sharing a small kennel with two other females. Sweet Lab.Jacey was turned in as an owner surrender to animal control. She is very playful and sweet.  HW_; 28lbs; 6 mos old; lab mix; 5/22

Jefferson


Jefferson was found as a stray. He is a sweet fun loving boy and is HW negative.  Energetic young guy. Rooming with Cisco. 1 yr old; lab mix; 44lbs; 5/19

Jenson Teen Pup



My book is wide open. I mean open.  You'll not meet a funner nor happier companion to hang out with and explore new terrain.  I'm all puppy and then some!  My tail wags non stop and I smile non stop.   At first glance,  one might think I have endless energy but alas towards the end of my field outing,  I nicely stretched out and took a breather.   A social and very bouncy guy,  I've heard I might benefit from going to a doggy manners class to help me perfect my canine pet skills.  I'm doing my best to follow guidance by humans but a course where I can be taught to focus and really use my brain,  I think would be a wonderful idea.  I've never met a stranger either human or doggy.  I'm a very excitable guy who dives in feet first so when we meet count on getting lots of hugs, wet kisses and yes, all on our first date!   You'll look me up, won't you and come see how loving and affectionate I am, right?  Jenson  Note: 5-7-18
Shep mix; ~6 mths; 48 lbs; HW neg. Jenson was brought in as a stray by animal control. He is very playful and friendly. The family had called and were going to pick him up but alas never followed through. 


Note: Jewel was brought in as a stray by animal control. She had an address and a phone number on her collar. The phone number has been disconnected but we are trying to find her original owner. She is very sweet and friendly.  HW+; 42lbs; 1-2 yrs old; bull mix; 6/4

More about me June 26: Jewel is a very sweet, go with the flow kind of lady. She is calm and requires a minimum to moderate level of activity. She is very polite with other people and dogs and walks well on a leash. She didn’t express much interest in the toys when we tried to play with her, but she very much enjoyed being around people. She would be happy for some quality rub downs and finally get the love and attention she deserves.



Jill was brought in as a stray by animal control. She had a large abscess on her neck and several scratches on her chest and legs so she was sent to the vet. The vet thought she had been in a fight and prescribed her an antibiotic and pain killer. She's very sweet and has been very cooperative with having her wounds cleaned.  HW-; 31lbs; 1-2 yrs old; lab/bull mix; 4/9




More about me May 22: Let the good times roll!   Jill was our pick today for Best Self Entertainer!  Now, this girl knows how to have a good time and nothing would please her more than for everyone to join in her fun.   In walking the large dog run,  although very petite in size,  she quickly caught my eye with her sweet smile and jiggling hips!   She implored me, "Please take me for a walk!"  Jill is a little pistol who loves to go and do!  Fantastic with the 3 other dogs on our walk,  she's very playful and interactive,  loving and affectionate.   Jill is the type of dog folks will want to swarm and say "Hello" to.  Her ideal home would have more sturdy kids, other dogs to hang with and a more active family to keep her at her best. She has a lot of curb appeal and is welcoming to all.  You can't but help smile when you see this sleek white pocket pit!  She's GREAT!  Shown with Ben. 


VideoWithToy  VideoJune - Sponsored for pull fees





At your service!  Sweet Johnny is ready for his next pet assignment and he has his eye on you!  If you have kids and other dogs in need of pet guidance and companionship, well Johnny is the guy to get the job done.  Johnny has done an excellent job in rooming with a variety of other dogs and more recently a super energetic, yippy and in your face dog.  He simply pays no mind to his irritating roommate and literally scans the horizon hoping someone will come and get him out for a nice leisurely paced walk.  Johnny does not disappoint with his easy going approach on life and friendly, affectionate ways.  When let loose in the exercise area,  Johnny was quick to seize upon a disabled squeaky toy and did his best to breath new life back into it!  When called to come and hang by my side,  Johnny quickly perked up his ears and trotted right on over where he proceeded to place his head in my lap.  Now, this is dog going straight for my heart! Johnny sports a very handsome more muted brindle jacket with just enough shag to keep you coming back to run your fingers through it.   Johnny loves attention, is pleasant and approachable and interviews well.  If he's not already,  he SHOULD be on your A List to bring on home!   Note: Johnny was brought in as a stray by animal control. Hartsville Animal Control took him to Hartsville Animal Hospital to get his rabies tag. He is a little skittish being here but is still friendly.  HW+; 37lbs; 1 yr old; shep mix; 4/4

Video Comment: I call this guy "Johnny #5".  His personality reminds me of the AI in the movie Short Circuit.  He's always happy.  This guy makes you smile just watching him.  

Joker


Joker was brought in as a stray by animal control.  He was found on Ruby Rd in Hartsville. He is very playful and friendly.  65lbs; 1-2 yrs old; lab mix; 7/10




Ju-Mi (Joo-Mee) means beautiful and that's just what this girl is. Ju-Mi is LOVE. Her true beauty shines past her scars. She is very affectionate, attentive to her people, such a true sweetheart. She deserves love and care forever. Cuddling along with belly-rubs while staying warm inside on a cold winters night, chasing the ball, sniffing around the yard, sun-bathing on a warm sunny day, back-rubbing in the grass, and relaxing in her crate with toys are just some of her favorite past-times. She is walking good on harness, she is excellent in her crate, has learned her foster routine quickly, enjoys her healing baths, loves a good meal and wants nothing more than to please us. If you are looking to be a one-pet family and want to receive lots of cuddles and love in return, Ju-Mi is your girl! Please give her a chance to steal your heart. Love, her Foster Mom   Note: Ju-Mi was found off of Bryant Rd in Darlington (see photo). Witnesses report, she was dumped out of a pick up truck. She is sweet and friendly. She is in foster with the person that found her.  Great with people.  No other dogs for her please.  HW+; 33lbs; 5-6 yrs old; terrier mix; 1/11;  40lbs 3/14

Update Jan 21: One video shows how she tosses food back to eat due to jaw injury. Also listen to her as she eats.   We speculate that noise is the result of damage to her vocal cords.



Update April 2: Need someone to help you rake leaves?Need a confident co-pilot to run errrands? Ju-Mi's services are available. Payment of treats and kisses preferred.

Kelby- VideoJuly


Kelby was brought in as a stray by Darlington animal control.  She walks well on a leash and is very happy girl.   HW+; 33lbs; 3-4 yrs old; bull mix; thin; 6/27


Kyle2 Pup 


Kyle is from the K group. He is shy but sweet. The group was brought in from animal control.  hw-; Terrier mix; 12/7; 12lbs; 6-9 mos old; male

Lady-  Pull fees covered if pulled with the intent of rehoming with Big Red




Lady was brought in as an owner surrender with Big Red. The two are very bonded. The owner said that they were not home enough to take care of them. She is sweet and walks well on a leash.   65lbs; hw+; 2-3 yrs old; lab mix; 5/30

Video Comment: These three were owner surrender.  I feel badly for this group as they have no idea why they are here.  Suzie Q is the most interested in meeting new people.  Lady is starting to understand we are the good guys.  Sheeba looks to be the most concerned/scared/unsure. 

More about me June 26: Watch out, because I love to give kisses and have great aim! I love to be around people and to have my ears scratched. I am not very interested in playing fetch, but that doesn’t mean I don’t love to run around outside and play! I’ve been told I’m very polite when meeting new people and other animals. I sometimes don’t know my own strength when walking on a leash, but that’s just because I’m in a hurry to check out all of the new sights and sounds. I’m eager to please and looking for love!

Landon


Landon was brought in as a stray by animal control. He had very overgrown toenails and an eye injury to his right eye. He will be taken to the vet today to get checked out.  HW+; 44lbs; 1-2 yrs old; shep mix; 6/20.  Med Update: Suspect old traumatic injury to right eye. Ruptured and healed. Doesn't appear to bother him.


Leah was brought in as a stray by animal control. She is very affectionate and sweet. She walks well on a leash and will sit for treats.  hw-; 54lbs; 1 yr old; bull mix; 4/18

Leonard



Leonard was brought back in with his friends Sheldon and Howard by animal control. He was very laid back during his intake. He is HW negative.   5/31; 37lbs; hw-; 2-3 yrs old; lab/hound mix






Water Baby!  Like any self respecting lab,  you gotta love water and boy Louie does just that!   With large inviting puddles of murky water staggered along our walking path,  Louie was the first and the last in our group of dogs to simply sink down in the cool water and play "alligator."  This sleek jacketed, solid fellow did not let the fun stop with puddles and was quick to roll over on his back upon exiting the puddles to get some self generated back scratches and in the process yes, make us smile!   A well mannered fellow,  Louie was calm and polite as I hooked him up for our journey and he was patient and respectful in meeting the other dogs who joined in our photo session fun. A friendly, social lab, Louie is no limp leash kind of guy but will keep a steady pace to maximize areas of exploration.   Louie is a happy, pleasant fellow who is excellent at making new friends and is hoping soon, you'll come on by and say, "You're perfect for me."  Note: Louie is a sweet boy who was brought in by animal control as a stray. He has an ear injury that the vet is going to check out. He was very good during his intake and while his ears were being cleaned.  50lbs; lab; HW+; 6/6; no age



Lucky was turned in as an owner surrender to animal control. He is friendly and playful.  hw+; 52lbs; 5 yrs old; lab mix; 5/14

Maddy


Maddy was brought in as an owner surrender with Max and Paton. The owners were moving and couldn't take them along. She is very playful and sweet.  HW+; 40lbs; 2-3 yrs old; lab mix; 6/12

Malcolm - VideoWithSue


Malcolm was brought in as a stray by animal control with Sue. He is very friendly and mild mannered.  HW-; 50lbs; 1-2 yrs old; bull mix; 7/1

Magnolia Mom + Pups


Magnolia Mom, Monty,  Manny


Maple, Maurice

Magnolia was brought in as a stray from Lamar with her puppy Monty. She's very friendly and sweet.  HW-; 53lbs; 1-2 yrs old; hound mix; 7/2

Monty Pup was brought in as a stray from Lamar by animal control. There are three more in his litter that animal control is trying to catch. He is very playful and friendly.  20lbs; 10-12 wks old; hound mix; 7/3

Manny Pup: 18 lbs. Manny was brought in as a stray from Lamar by animal control. His mom is Magnolia and his brother is Monty. There are four in his litter and animal control is trying to catch the other two. He is a little more skittish than Monty but still sweet.

Maple Pup: Maple was brought in as a stray from Lamar by animal control. She is another of Magnolia's litter. She is very sweet and friendly.  19lbs

Maurice Pup: Maurice is the last of Magnolia's puppies making the litter a total of four. He is a little timid but still sweet. 24lbs



Margery was turned in as a stray by animal control. She is a little timid but is still friendly.  HW-; 28lbs; 6 mos old; shep mix; 6/18

Max


Max was brought in as an owner surrender with Paton and Maddy. The owners were moving and couldn't bring them along. He is a little timid but still friendly.  HW+; 42lbs; 3-4 yrs old; shep mix; 6/12

Megan Pup

Great puppy. Very friendly/well socialized. Loves to cuddle. Plays well with the other dogs and respects the elders. hound mix; 8-10wks old; 4/25







Melanie is a sweet, mild-mannered lady. She has been working hard on being less timid. She starts off many interactions quite shy and may tuck her tail, but as she becomes more comfortable her personality begins to shine through. She can’t decide which she loves more- showing you her toys or belly rubs. This little girl would be forever happy if she could have unlimited cuddles and your undivided attention. Melanie is very well behaved on the leash and does well around other dogs. She quickly lost interest in the dogs in the neighboring areas since she was more excited to rollover and have you rub her tummy. Note: Melanie was turned in as a stray with her sister Melinda. They are both timid but still friendly.  Hw-; 37lbs; 6-9 mos old; lab mix; 5/15





I aim to please! My name’s Melinda and I am laid back and go with the flow. Don’t let my mild-mannered nature fool you, my tiny nub of a tail is always wagging at warp speed! I am very much a people person and would be so happy to have a human friend to call my own. I don’t get too excited about playing with toys, but want as much quality time with you as I can get. I love to be pet and if you’re not petting me, I am curious about anything else you might be doing. I’ve been told I’m well behaved on a leash and that I’m polite when meeting new people and dogs.  Note: Melinda was turned in as a stray with her sister Melanie. The person said they wandered up in their yard about a month ago and they couldn't keep. She is a little timid but still friendly.    hw-; 36lbs; 6-9mos old; lab mix; 5/15

Misty



Misty was brought in as an owner surrender. The owner said he could no longer care for her. She is very playful and friendly.  53lbs; 1-2 yrs old; lab mix; 6/30;  HW-

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Getting the job done!  I aim to please and wish to put in a full day of pet service to my new family.   Folks call me big and brawny and if I played football, I would likely be the center guard due to my super broad shoulders and more muscular frame.  A little bit of a low rider,  I discovered on my walk today that wonderful things can happen close to the ground like finding a human lap to call my own or a nice person that I can give hugs to and get very cuddly with!  I was a happy boy as I confidently exited my kennel area and headed out to meet new doggy friends in the front field area.  I was polite and moderately interested in meeting the other dogs and did a nice job in saying hello to them.  I'm a guy who loves attention, has a touch of playfulness and can be rather kissy and affectionate on a first date.   Certainly, I'm not a delicate flower as I am solid and more strong, but I do have a wonderfully soft and sensitive side that I think you'll enjoy getting to know.  If I had the pick of new homes,  more sturdy kids would make me smile and another dog would be ok as well.  Since I enjoy going and doing and have a little energy to spare,  I think regular walks will be a plus to help me look and feel my best. My name is Moby and I've left the light on hoping you'll come on by!  Note: Moby was turned in as a stray. He is very sweet and friendly.   HW+; 45lbs; 1-2 yrs old; bull mix; 4/10






More about me June 26: Don’t let my sturdy structure intimidate you, I am a sweet natured boy with lots of love to give. I have a lot of energy and would be happy to play fetch all day long. I do need plenty of exercise, so I’d love to go home with someone that likes to go for walks or runs. As much as I enjoy running around, I also love to be pet- it’s my very favorite! I’m so happy to meet new people that they have to tell me to stay “off” since I love to jump around in excitement. But I am eager to learn and I can prove it- just ask me to “sit” and I’ll do it! I can’t wait to learn how to walk next to my human instead of tugging at the end of the leash. I’m very friendly and am looking forward to going home with someone that can offer me as much love as I have to give!


Mopsy (female, 17.6lbs, HW-)- shown with Flopsy

Mopsy was brought in as a stray by animal control with her sister Flopsy.  They are very scared being here at the shelter and would benefit from a foster home.  Hw-; 3/22; 6 mos old; chi mix. 









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