Maya is a one-year-old gorgeous blue-eyed girl that looks like she’s ready for a snow day! Maya has lived with young children but has a ton of energy so would probably do better in a home with older children and lots of structure. Maya is timid around larger dogs and has lived as an only dog for the first year of her life. I believe Maya will adapt to a home with another dog or would be perfectly content curled up in your lap as an only dog. Maya appears to be housebroken. Stay tuned for more updates on little Maya.
Jojo is a two-year-old male that was rapidly running out of time at animal control. Jojo is a sweetheart with people. Stay tuned for updates as we get to know him better
Flash is a year old at best. Flash is a fun loving Siberian that did not pass his shelter temperament. WHY,you ask? Flash Is high energy and extremely mouthy. Just like all the other young Huskies that were never given rules boundaries and limitations. It took me a minute to get Flash to sit but he caught on quickly for a treat! Flash loves attention and will make a fantastic addition to the right structured high energy home. Are you up for the challenge?
Skye is an adorable little blue-eyed red girl that is super sweet and loving. She is so happy to be out of the high kill shelter! She’s at the vet right now so we will know more about her in the next few days.
King is the sweetest dog in the world. He is a wonderful boy that will take some time to adjust to a new home. he came from an extreme neglect situation and is doing well with me but still is skittish around new situations or people. It is amazing how resilient animals are! He was malnourished and living in a pen for years with little human contact. he loves other dogs and will play for hours but will wait to come in the door until the coast is clear of humans. He does not love the human touch but will tolerate it and shows no aggression when touched, just discomfort. King will thrive in a calm, quiet household with another dog and lots of love.
King and Queen are wonderful dogs around 11-12 years. They will take some time to adjust to a new home. They came from an extreme neglect situation andare doing well with me but still is skittish around new situations or people. It is amazing how resilient animals are! They were malnourished and living in a pen for years with little human contact. They love other dogs and will play for hours but will wait to come in the door until the coast is clear of humans. They do not love the human touch but will tolerate it and show no aggression when touched, just discomfort. King and Queen will thrive in a calm, quiet household with another dog and lots of love. King and Queen are very bonded and i fear might regress if separated.
Bio coming soon!
Brody is a lovely 1 to 2-year-old male who loves other dogs, knows some basic commands and appears to be housebroken. Brody will thrive in a structured environment. He needs some guidance on how to live in the human world. Stay tuned for more updates as we get to know Brody.
Puck is about a 1-2 year old male husky that was out of time at animal control. He is absolutely adorable! Stay tuned for more updates
Bio coming soon!
Annalise is a grey and white beauty. Annalise was an owner surrender and out of time at a high kill shelter. Owners probably used her up from overbreeding. She loves to play but is also perfectly content to sit on the couch and watch TV. Annalise would be considered a senior probbly 9-10 years old. She is sweet once she gets comfortable but fearful and barks at new people. Annalise was treated for ectopic ureters and is doing great but will need to be on estrogen and proin for life. She would do best in a quiet home with out children. she loves other calm male dogs but wil not tolerate crazy ones! Don't you have the room for a lovable girl?
Luna & Leo
Luna and Leo had a rough start to life as they have already been in doggie jail twice(at least). They are a precious little bonded pair that we would love to keep together. Calculations say are both around two. Having 2 is no harder than one, just a little more expensive! They are both so sweet and even come when called(ok we all know that will change once they are comfortable). Don’t you have room?
Why is your adoption fee so much?
Please be aware that the adoption fee is $300. Each dog and puppy has received all of their age appropriate vetting. Due to our vetting and boarding costs, which are usually more than the adoption fee, we cannot accept a lesser adoption fee.
Recently someone asked, "Why would you charge $300($400 for puppies under 6 months) for a rescue pet? Why not just place it in a good home?" The answer is because we need adopters who are willing to support all rescue pets, not just the dog they adopt. A young, healthy dog might cost us $150-$400 in vet care, and many people will want to adopt it. An older dog with health issues or a heartworm positive dog can easily cost $500-1500 in veterinary expenses, and it may require months of foster care for rehabilitation; yet we can only ask a minimal adoption fee.
Fees from the younger, more adoptable dogs help offset the cost of caring for the others. Most of our dogs have a sad story to tell, and some have suffered through years of neglect or abuse. We hope that you too are willing to give an opportunity for a better life to ALL of our dogs by supporting them through adoption fees. Without these funds, our rescue efforts would not be possible.
What is included in your adoption fee?
All dogs have been fully vaccinated (DHPP, bordatella, and rabies), spayed or neutered, microchipped, and are heartworm free. (vaccinations may exclude puppies who have not completed all three rounds of DHPP or may not be old enough for rabies)
Sanctuary dogs are foster dogs that unfortunately have been deemed unadoptable for various reasons. It may be due to medical issues, age, extreme shyness, behavioral issues that would make them unsafe to the public or for various other reasons. These dogs will spend the rest of their lives with the rescue being taken care as well as possible until it's their time to cross the rainbow bridge. The rescue does our best to keep their lives as enriched as possible including play, food, vet care, lots of love, exercise, time outdoors, etc.