Below is a list of current dogs looking for a forever home.
If you have any questions or are interested in one of the loveable furbabies below, please email us using the contact us page.
Thank you for your interest in one of our adoptable dogs. Please contact us to learn more about our adoption process. Thanks!
- Any Type
- Any Age
- Any Size
- Kid Friendly
- Cat Friendly
- Dog Friendly
- Special Needs
- All Breeds
Little Black Hawk is a middle aged, well, almost senior. He is a very shy, very bowlegged Boston/Chi mix. Hawk would not win any Best of Show awards, but he is an absolute sweetheart. He spent his entire life with one caregiver, and when she passed away, the family no longer wanted him (or his brother Lincoln). Naturally he has been very sad and confused, but he and Lincoln depend on each other, and have adjusted to shelter life quite well. Each day seems to get easier for them, and they are becoming more confident and content. These dogs deserve a quiet, stable home where they can enjoy their golden years. They are quite healthy, and have very few demands other than a little attention and regular walks. They have lots of love to offer and would be a wonderful addition to a family with time to love them.
Variety is the spice of life, right? Well, Snowball is a feline listed at a canine center. Okay with me....Snowball is also a black cat...okay with me. Somewhere along the line, his front paws were declawed. Snowball is a young adult cat with a sparkling, friendly personality. He enjoys the company of dogs...in fact he sleeps with his girlfriend Flora Poodle. He accepts and gets along well with others, and his favorite activities include sleeping on laps, furniture, cat beds,or any other soft, comfortable spot. Looking out the windows and soaking up the sun is always acceptable ....not a picky fellow. His very favorite activity is sleeping on a lap or looking out a window. To know him is to love him.
Sugar and Spice and Everything Nice. Murphy is a survivor........a tiny little 9 pound old guy was dumped in the country. His short little legs carried him to a farm house inhabited by a Good Samaritan. He was so covered with filth that it was impossible to tell whether he was male or female, but compassion ruled, and she put him in a safe place and called the TLC. First stop was the vet's office where once again compassion ruled. The caring vet tech bathed him and cleaned him up...yes, he was a boy... Medical exam showed that for an old guy, he was basically healthy.....except he was totally deaf, and had limited vision because of cataracts. There was no adjustment period for Murphy at the TLC.....he was obviously .thrilled by a warm place to stay, cozy bed, and good food. He quickly learned to find his way around his area, and soon wanted to socialize with the other small dogs. What a joyful fellow he is......gentle and quiet....certainly not a show dog but his inner beauty shines brightly. When we discovered he was a puppy mill breeder who was deemed no longer useful, so was dumped. we understood why there were bite scars all over his body....This was.probably the first time in his life that he enjoyed safety and freedom... Murphy is a love..... and although he is an old guy with special needs, he would be an awesome addition for any one wanting a bundle of love. .
Promise is an alert, sensitive young 7pound beautiful long haired chihuahua. Very fearful and insecure when she came to the TLC, she is blossoming into an awesome, playful bundle of love. She is still somewhat fearful of new places and people, but her confidence level is improving every day. Promise loves attention and taking walks, and would make a great companion for a stable family with time to help her develop her full potential.
Chester RB Hound is an easygoing gentle dog. He is somewhat shy and is eager to please. He gets along well with everyone, both canine and human. He is a strong dog, and although he loves walks, he generally tries to walk his human, rather than allowing the human to walk him. Chester needs to have a large fenced yard where he can follow different scents (and he does have a loud voice when he thinks he has found a prize.) Chester would be a great companion for someone with time and patience to give him a long walk or vigorous work out EVERY day. He is a house dog and has excellent house manners....loves soft cushy beds and blankets, and he has learned that it is great fun to toss squeaky toys around and catch them. To know him is to love this gentle, active guy.
If ever a dog was a survivor, it was Smokey.....we have no idea what his young life included, but he has been through more trauma than any dog deserves, and yet has remained a quiet, mellow fellow. he interacts with both humans and canines, but he is very reserved, and usually prefers a safe haven in a quiet corner. He has some health problems, and is currently on antibiotics, and will definitely need surgery soon for patella laxity, but when Smokey focuses his soulful eyes on you, your heart melts. To know him is to love him, but don't even consider taking him into your heart and home unless you are totally committed to loving him for the rest of his life..
Yasmin is a quiet, strong, healthy older dog who has had a tough life. She ran the streets for who knows how long before a kind police officer finally brought her to the shelter. We have very little factual info on her, except to know that she is sugar and spice and everything nice, and deserves a quiet, loving home where she can enjoy the rest of her years. Her demands are few....just loves to quietly lie by your side, and really loves tummy rubs. She enjoys leisurely walks, but spends these hot days in her air conditioned home. She would be an excellent companion for someone looking for a loyal friend. She is NOT an outdoor dog, and would need a secure fenced yard where she could saunter around and sniff the smells.