Dogs Available for Adoption


This is baby mili.  She was one of Gracie's adopted when she was 8 weeks old.  Unfortunately her family decided they didn't have enough time for her and have returned her at the age of almost six months.  She was born on June 20th.  She is a Black Mouth Cur-Labrador mix.

Mili is a beautiful girl both inside and out.  She is loving and sweet and now is enjoying more freedom to socialize with other dogs and people. Her recall is excellent as she always comes when called.  She is playful and eager to learn.  She has a short hair coat like a boxer.   She weighs 50lbs and still has lots of growing to do. She may reach 70lbs when full grown.     She is crate trained and has been leash walked in her previous home.  She is great with children, dogs and cats.

Mili will be spayed on December 22nd and will be ready to go to her new home on December 29th.   

A fully fenced yard and a Veterinarian history /reference is mandatory in order to apply for our Mili.

If Mili would be a great addition to your family, please click here for an online application. 


Isn't this gal one of the prettiest pups you have seen?  Her name is Lady.  We believe she may be a Hound / Cur mix. The vets estimated her to be 5 years old but we don't think she is older than 3. She weighs 40lbs.  She has a short coat length. 

Let me tell you all the wonderful things about Lady.  She was rescued by a wonderful Angel who found her as a stray roaming in the country.  The Angel fostered her for three months begging Rescues to take her as she knew her own home wasn't suitable.  Her own dogs were very jealous of her so it would be never work out.  As the months went by, Barks and Meows were drawn to her pictures and with her Angel's perseverance in trying to find her a better life.  Finally we decided to pull her and bring her into our Rescue.   
How easy this sweet girl has to been to foster.  Quiet, great with other dogs, crate trained , housebroken and out of the chewing stage.  She is super affectionate too,  plastering all with hugs and kisses.  The only work in progress is having her not jump up on people when she is excited.

Lady loves children and is the perfect family dog.  No kitties for Lady though, as she will chase them.  She rides well in the car and her short coat allows for minimal shedding and maintenance. 

Are you looking g for the ultimate family member, look no further than Lady. 

She is spayed, vaccinated tested negative for Lyme and heartworm disease and dewormed.

A fully fenced yard and a Veterinarian history /reference is mandatory in order to apply for our Lady.

Please click here for an online application. 


As always,  we found another beautiful black dog in a high kill shelter.   Poor Roddy was found as a stray.  He is 1 year old and weighs 60lbs.  He is s black Shepherd mix and may have a bit of border collie in him.  He has medium length fur.

Roddy is a very good boy.  He enjoys the company of the other resident dogs in his foster home.  Roddy does best with female dogs.  The resident dogs are teaching him how to play as it is obvious he has never had that option before.  He is crated at night and when his foster family is not home.  We do not believe he would do well with kitties.

This happy guy lives to eat, which is one of his Rescues's traits.  His good is measured out and given twice daily.   He does have a bit of a sensitive tummy but does excellent on Royal Canin large breed adult food.  Chew treats work well with him. Such as bully's ticks, antlers etc.

We believe he was a rural dog,  most like a farm dog.  This type of setting would suit him best as he is a very good watch dog, as long as he was an indoor dog.  He enjoys walking g in a leash but is very protective if his owners.  His ideal home is one where he has a large fully fenced yard or a farm to avoid walking him on a leash.   

 Roddy is not a barker dog unless he sees something that he feels will hurt his owners.  This is a very common trait of the shepherd.   He does talk when playing with the other dogs.   He will alert you if someone comes to the door.  He rides very well in the vehicle.  He is loving and takes treats gently from your hand. 

We have provided Roddy with a lot of vetting.  He is neutered, had his back dewclaws removed, had 4dx testing done with results being negative.  He had had a fecal done, which was also negative,  all vaccines including Bordetella. 
Roddy is on Sentinal and dewormed monthly.     

We are looking for a farm friendly home for him,  or one where he can be taken for obedience training.  A resident female dog would be ideal.  No small children as he may jump up and frighten them, is also a prerequisite.        

A fully fenced yard or a farm property mandatory, as is a Veterinarian history for a current or previous pet.        

If you would like to add Roddy to your family, please click here for an online application.