Dogs Available for Adoption

Maestro



Meet Maestro, an adorable Boston Terrier/Rat Terrier mix which is our best guess!  He is 2 years old and weighs 27lbs.   He is so very sweet and loving. 

Maestro lives in a multiple dog foster home.  He does great with all dogs from puppies to seniors.  He is housebroken and crate trained.  He sleeps and eats in his crate and crated when his family is not home.  He enjoys playing with toys and in the backyard.   He has a huge appetite so his food is measured out twice daily.   W recommend using a body harness when walking him, with parks being his favourite. 

Maestro is not a noisy dog.  If he barks, there is a reason.   He has shirt hair and a darling underbite.  His tail is curly.  He is a gentle soul, great with dogs, cats and children.  

We are looking for a family that is home a lot.  A resident socialized dog would be a bonus.

Maestro is neutered, up to date with vaccines,  heartworm tested negative, on heartworm prevention last year and dewormed.  

A fully fenced yard and a Veterinarian compliance is mandatory in order to apply for Maestro.

If you wish to apply for Maestro, please 
click here for an online application. 


Cocoa







ADOPTION PENDING!!! 

Desi's litter was born on November 21st.  There are 4 girls and 2 boys.  Mommy Desi, pictured here, is a beagle mix, father is unknown.  She was rescued already pregnant from a high kill shelter,  so no idea the Breed mix of the father.  Some of the puppies of rear dewclaws, some do not.  Mommy Desi does not have them.   We believe they will be medium to large when fully grown.   We believe some may have long hair as well.    We really are guessing on the mix here,   but we know they have the herding breed in them.   They nip at our heels when we come in, which is part of the herding breed traits.  We are guessing them to be Bernese Mountain dogs  /beagle mixes due to their double coats and rear dewclaws. 

Mommy Desi continues to allow them to nurse.   They are also on Royal Canin Medium Breed Puppy food,  and have been since they were 4 weeks old.  This is the reason they are so chunky.  They have been dewormed every two weeks since birth.   They are all very well paper trained.  Due to their thick coats, they get warm very easily. 

They are all very social and seek out human interaction as much as possible.   They are a quiet group and not whiney.   They wrestle and play chase with each other.   They enjoy all sorts of toys.   The entire litter is very focused on one thing at a time,  again very true to the herding breed.   They are food motivated and these two factors will make them very easy to train.  They are highly intelligent. 

Cocoa is currently the most Auburn of the litter.  We think she will have long hair.   She is very animated and loves to give and get affection.  She may also get to become a large breed dog.

On January 13th,  they will receive their first set of vaccines including Bordetella.   They then will be ready to go to their new adoptive homes. 

A fully fenced yard and a Veterinarian compliance history is mandatory in order to apply for Cocoa. 

If you wish to apply for Cocoa, please click here for an online application. 

Eggnog


ADOPTION PENDING !!!

Desi's litter was born on November 21st.   There are 4 girls and 2 boys in the litter.   Mom, pictured here, is a beagle mix and father is unknown.  She was rescued from a high kill shelter already pregnant, so no idea what the Breed mix might be.  Some of the puppies have rear dewclaws, some do not.  Mommy Desi does not have them.  We believe they will be medium to large when fully grown.   We believe some may end up having long hair as well.  We really are guessing on the mix here, but we do know that they have the herding breed in them.  The nip at our heels when we come in, which are part of the herding breed traits. We are guessing  them to be Bernese Mountain dogs /beagle mixes due to their double coats and rear dewclaws. 

Mommy Desi continues to allow them to nurse. 
They are also on Royal Canin Medium Breed Puppy food and have been,  since they were 4 weeks old.  This is the reason they are all so chunky.  They have been dewormed every two weeks since birth.  They are all very well paper trained.   Due to their thick coats they get warm very easily.

They are all very social and seek out human interaction as often as possible.  They are a quiet group and not whiney.   They wrestle and play chase with each other.  They enjoy all sorts of toys.   The entire litter is very focused on one thing at a time, again very true to the traits of the herding breed.   They are food motivated and these two factors will make them very easily trained.   They are highly intelligent. 

Eggnog is the largest male and we believe he will be a large size dog when fully grown.  He is a lovely auburn colour with a touch of white. We believe he may have long hair eventually as well.  He's a lover , not a fighter.  He loves to communicate with humans and watches closely for communication being reciprocated.  He has dewclaws on both his rear feet. He is a lover of food as much as his siblings are.

On a January 13th,  they will receive their first set of vaccines including Bordetella.  They then will be ready to go to their adoptive homes.

A fully fenced yard and a Veterinarian compliance history is mandatory in order to apply for Eggnog.

If you wish to apply for Eggnog, please 
click here  for an online application. 



Trifle



Desi's litter was born on November 21st.  There are 4 girls and 2 boys in the litter.  Mom. pictured here, is a beagle mix, father is unknown.  She was rescued from a shelter already pregnant so no idea what breed mix the father might be.  Some of the puppies have rear dew claws, some do not.  Mommy Desi does not have them.  We believe they will be medium to large when fully grown.  We believe some may have long hair as well.  We really are guessing on the mix here, but we know they have the herding breed in them.  They nip at our heels when we come in, which is part of the herding breeds's traits.  We are guessing them to be Bernese Mountain dogs /beagle mixes due to their double coats and rear dewclaws. 

Mommy Desi continues to allow the litter to nurse.  They are also on Royal Canin Medium Breed Puppy food and have been, since they were 4 weeks old.  This is the reason why they are so chunky.  They have been dewormed every two weeks since birth.  They are all very well paper trained. Due to their thick coats, they get warm easily.   

The are all very social and seek out human interaction as much as possible.  They are a quiet group and not whiney.   They wrestle and play chase with each other.  They enjoy all sorts of toys.  The entire litter is very focused on one thing at a time, again very true to the herding breed.  They are food motivated and these two factors will make them very easy to be trained.  They are highly intelligent. 

Trifle is the largest of the females, with at this point, a shiney black coat.  She had no dewclaws and we believe she may end up being a large size dog when full grown.   Trifle loves to be picked up and cuddled.  She adores people, humans being a close second to her love of food.  

On January 13th, they will receive their first set of vaccines, including Bordetella.   They then will be ready to go to their new adoptive homes. 

A fully fenced yard and a Veterinarian compliance history is mandatory in order to apply for Trifle.

If you wish to apply to adopt Trifle, please 
click here for an online application.