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Koko

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Koko is a gorgeous 8-year-old male. Don't be fooled by his age. He does not look or act like a "senior". He is very energetic and playful. He does not show his age one bit.

Koko is a strong boy who needs some work on leash training. He is making progress, but he needs someone who commit to spending time with him and working with him on his desire to drag you all over the earth. We recommend his adopter takes him to an obedience class.

Koko is learning basic commands. He is housebroken and crate trained. He is great with the female Doberman in his foster home, even when she gets snappy with him.

Koko is neutered, microchipped and up to date on vaccinations.

Please read our adoption policies before inquiring about Koko. His adoption fee is $375.

If you are interested in Koko, please email


Allegra

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Allegra is a beautiful, active young girl. She's about 1.5 years old. She is red with natural ears and a docked tail. She is a petite girl weighing in at only 56 lbs.

Allegra is housebroken and crate trained. She is athletic and playful. She would be a great candidate for agility or other sports. She is very curious and always on the go. She would do best with a large dog to play with, but she's probably too much for a small dog. She seems to love kids.

She knows sit, shake and down and is pretty good on a leash with a pinch collar, but she will benefit from some obedience training.

Allegra has been spayed and microchipped and is up to date on vaccinations.

Please read our adoption policies before inquiring about Allegra. Her adoption fee is $350.

If you are interested in Allegra, please email


Ringo

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Ringo is a beautiful, young fawn male with natural ears and a docked tail. He came from animal control so we have no history on him. We think he's 1.5 or 2 years old.

Ringo is extremely affectionate and wants to be petted all the time. He is well behaved in the house. He seems to be fine with female dogs. We've never seen him around a male dog.

Ringo has been neutered, microchipped and vaccinated. He is housebroken.

Please read our adoption policies before inquiring about Ringo. His adoption fee is $350.

If you are interested in Ringo, please email


Ender

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Ender is a beautiful, young red boy with natural ears and a docked tail. He is 10 months old.

Ender was rescued from a family who was not taking care of him. His new family loved him but one of them was highly allergic to him, so they had to let him go. Ender is doing great in his foster home and having a wonderful time playing with their female Doberman. He is an active, happy, playful boy. They have 2 cats and he pays no attention to them.

Ender is crate trained and housebroken. He does need some work on a leash. He pulls. He has been fully vaccinated, neutered, heartworm tested and microchipped.

Please read our adoption policies before inquiring about Ender. His adoption fee is $375.

If you are interested in Ender, please email


Gemma

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Gemma's story is heartbreaking and infuriating.

A man stopped at a gas station and took his Chihuahua out to potty next to a fenced yard. Gemma came to the fence to see the Chihuahua and he noticed that she was chained in the yard with no food or water and one of her rear feet was missing. He confronted the owner, who said they didn't even know how she lost her foot, but maybe she had chewed it off or something. They figured it would heal on its own, or she'd get an infection and they'd take her to animal control and leave her to be put to sleep. No vet care, no concern for her at all. The man insisted they give Gemma to him, even though he could not keep her. He turned her over to us.

Here is a photo showing where Gemma's foot was severed.

Gemma is only about 8 months old. She is as sweet as sweet can be. If you stop petting her she will gently nudge your arm to continue. She loves to cuddle. She seems to be fine with other dogs and will probably be very playful when she heals. She is red with cropped ears and a docked tail.

Gemma had her rear leg amputated and was spayed on Monday, June 16. She will need to recover fully before she is available for adoption.

Please read our adoption policies before inquiring about Gemma. Her adoption fee is $350.

If you are interested in Gemma, please email


Duchess

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Duchess lived a good life with her elderly owner, but when the woman died she left Duchess to her son, who dumped her at animal control. There is nothing wrong with Duchess and she is easy to live with. We can't imagine who would want to get rid of her. He said she is 9 years old, but she looks and acts younger.

Duchess is housebroken and well-behaved indoors. Her foster mom does not crate Duchess when she leaves and there has never been a problem. Duchess can live in the same home as another dog, but we think she'd be happiest as an only dog. We introduced her to a cat and she didn't pay attention to it.

Duchess has been spayed and microchipped and she is up to date on vaccinations. We ran a full blood panel on her and she got a clean bill of health from the veterinarian.

Please read our adoption policies before inquiring about Duchess. Her adoption fee is $250.

If you are interested in Duchess, please email


Queenie

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Queenie is an extremely affectionate, calm, well-behaved girl. She wound up at animal control with her daughter Babs when their owner was evicted from his property. We think Queenie is 4 or 5 years old. She is black/rust, docked & cropped.

Queenie is housebroken, very well crate trained, but needs some work on leash training. She isn't wild but she pulls. She's calm in the house. She likes to play with other dogs. A really young dog might be too much for her, but a mature playful companion would be great. She doesn't seem to like small dogs.

Please read our adoption policies before inquiring about Queenie. Her adoption fee is $300.

If you are interested in Queenie, please email


Babs - adopted!

Babs


Pippa - adopted!

Pippa


Welkin - adopted!

Welkin