Dogs Adopted in 2001

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Amos

Amos' Bio at the Time of Adoption:

(shown here with Andy) These two shepherd boys are real sweethearts. We guess that they are between four and five months old. They have had their puppy shots and are ready for adoption. Though they are both extremely shy around people when they first meet them, they warm up quickly in a home environment. They are friendly with other dogs and seem to be OK with cats. These two dogs seems to have never had toys and now can't seem to get enough of them. They love to play with stuffed animals and balls. Whether adopted together or separately, these boys will need a home that can provide a lot of TLC and parents that are willing to work on training and gaining trust.

 

Andy

Andy's Bio at the Time of Adoption:

(shown here with Amos) These two shepherd boys are real sweethearts. We guess that they are between four and five months old. They have had their puppy shots and are ready for adoption. Though they are both extremely shy around people when they first meet them, they warm up quickly in a home environment. They are friendly with other dogs and seem to be OK with cats. These two dogs seems to have never had toys and now can't seem to get enough of them. They love to play with stuffed animals and balls. Whether adopted together or separately, these boys will need a home that can provide a lot of TLC and parents that are willing to work on training and gaining trust.

 

Bandit Dakota

Bandit Dakota's Bio at the Time of Adoption:

This 6-year-old neutered dalmation is gorgeous with brownish-black spots and a larger build than most dalmations. He is friendly with people and really craves some TLC. Bandit Dakota is very energetic and playful, but will chase cats and birds. He's good with other dogs, as long as they are not too dominant with him.

 

Betty Lou

Betty Lou's Bio at the Time of Adoption:

This 2-year-old basenji mix is very friendly and lovable. Spayed and up to date on shots, Betty Lou would make a great companion for another dog or a new addition to a family. She loves children and is good with other dogs. She seems very curious about cats and has been well behaved with them so far.

 

Chaucer

Chaucer's Bio at the Time of Adoption:

(shown with littermates Orich, Watt, and Jocelyn) These four pups are an Irish Setter/German Shepherd mix. In this photo, they are 5-1/2 weeks old. At adoption time, they will have had their first round of puppy shots and be dewormed.

 

Cricket

Cricket's Bio at the Time of Adoption:

This 7-month-old lab/cocker spaniel mix will make a great pet. She is spayed and up-to-date on shots. She gets along well with children and other dogs, but has not had any exposure to cats. She is housebroken and knows most basic commands and hand signals. She is very friendly and loves to play.

 

Gunner

Gunner's Bio at the Time of Adoption:

This 6-month-old rottie/shepherd mix was lost and taken in by a local family. He does not get along with the alpha male in his home, so he is seeking new lodging. He is very friendly and gets along with most other dogs.

 

Jackie
 

Jackie

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Kunuk

Kunuk's Bio at the Time of Adoption:

This black and white husky has gorgeous brown eyes and a wonderful personality. We believe he's about two years old. He is very friendly and likes to play. He will be neutered and up to date on shots before he is adopted. Kunuk is in need of a foster home.

 

Miss

Miss' Bio at the Time of Adoption:

This 7-month-old lab/chow mix is friendly and affectionate. She loves other dogs and children. She will be spayed and up to date on shots before she is adopted. Miss has had no formal training, but seems to pick up on commands quickly. She is housebroken.

 

Rosie

Rosie's Bio at the Time of Adoption:

(shown with littermate, Ticker) You should see these two Dalmation girls. About 4 months old, these two girls are some kind of cross between a Dalmatian and an English Setter. They are beautiful! Both need some basic puppy training, but are almost completely housebroken. They are very friendly and eager to make new friends. This is a picture of Ticker. Rosie looks just like her!

 

Sandy
 

Sandy

Sandy's Bio at the Time of Adoption:

Sandy is a 10-month old male cockapoo.

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Shanti
 

Shanti

Shanti's Bio at the Time of Adoption:

This 1-1/2-year-old blue Australian cattledog will be a great companion for someone. He is neutered and up to date on shots. Shanti knows many commands and is very well behaved. He bonds strongly to a single person, but likes everyone. He would do best in a home that could provide him with a regular schedule and routine. He likes other dogs and children, but is a little excited about cats. He barks when people come in the house, but otherwise is a fairly calm dog.

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Ticker

Ticker's Bio at the Time of Adoption:

(shown with littermate, Rosie) You should see these two Dalmation girls. About 4 months old, these two girls are some kind of cross between a Dalmatian and an English Setter. They are beautiful! Both need some basic puppy training, but are almost completely housebroken. They are very friendly and eager to make new friends. This is a picture of Ticker. Rosie looks just like her!

 

Watt

Watt's Bio at the Time of Adoption:

(shown with littermates Orich, Chaucer, and Jocelyn) These four pups are an Irish Setter/German Shepherd mix. In this photo, they are 5-1/2 weeks old. At adoption time, they will have had their first round of puppy shots and be dewormed.

 

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