Available Dogs

The life of the party! He’s a romeo and will steal your heart instantly. Noah, does not lack confidence. He walks proud and takes direction very well. He came to me as a stray (or dumped) so he’s a little skittish of new people on the first meeting but warms up quickly.

He gets along with all the dogs, but not at first. He shows a little dominance on the first meetup. We are now working on his “greeting skills”. It doesn’t take much to remind him “slow down, you’re coming in a little too hot”, and hes off to the races! Hes worked his playful puppy magic onto one of my fear aggressive little dogs that don’t play well. Noah warmed them up, and showed them how to play.

Mike is the most balanced dog out of the group! No issues with people or dogs. Calm, cool and collected. He’s got enough personality and energy to be a companion for an active owner. He would also do great with another furry buddy to play with.

She’s about as dainty, and feminine as they come! She’s not wild about being held for long, but will most defiantly curl up and spoon with you. She’s bashful meeting new dogs, but comes out of her shell with slow intros. Vivian loves the safety of her crate, and will retreat to it, if there is too much commotion. I have yet to hear her bark, she’s such a classy lady!

This heart throb was hit by a car, and somehow survived with just a beat up exterior. His personality takes the cake! Marches around the yard to make sure Little Mike isn’t getting himself into trouble, throws heavy donkey kicks after he’s “done his business”, he’ll flop over in the grass to let out a playful wiggle then its straight back to me for some serious snuggles. He wastes no time! Rodney has a pending adoption 11/14/2021.


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*All the dogs are crate trained and potty trained, fixed, chipped, vaccinated and perfect.

*No idea if any would do well with cats, I have none.

*I do not adopt any of my dogs to families with small children (must be over 15) I know this is frustrating for some people, but the safety and well-being of my dogs is my number one priority.