GERTIE FOUND HER FOREVER HOME
Meet Gertrude! Gertie is a senior girl who found herself at the county shelter with some neurological issues and an eye infection; she’s around 10 years old. RADs taken by our vet showed that she has a vertebrae that is “crunched”, which could be contributing to her movement issues. She walks sideways and sometimes in circles, her head often shakes, and she often falls and needs help getting up. She appears to be deaf, or close to it, but she can see. She’s still fighting eye issues, but she can definitely see. She’s a very feisty girl, and she is not afraid to make her dislikes known. She enjoys her naps and belly rubs, and spends a lot of her time sleeping in her favorite bed. She will need a dental and follow up for her eyes and other issues. She is not available at this time.
BUNNY FOUND HER FOREVER HOME
Bunny is a adorable little girl who is (our best guess at this time) approx. 5 years old. She is very smart, sweet and cuddly. Loves to play. She will be seeing our vet soon to get spayed, chipped and shots
JASON FOUND HIS FOREVER HOME
Jason is a sweet natured guy who gets along with other dogs and strangers. He’s 95% housebroken but did try to mark when he first came to us. (Not fond of his belly band)
JACK FOUND HIS FORVER HOME
This is Sir Henry! He is a 4 year old former breeding dog. When he was rescued, he had such a horrific ear infection that both ears were swollen shut. He’s gotten a steroid shot, daily oral steroids, regular ear flushes and drops. The swelling has reduced significantly, and this sweet boy is feeling better. Henry is a quick learner who wants to please. He’s also a snuggle bug and sleeps tight against me at night. He does mark and wears a belly band. He’s starting to play with our other pups who are showing him how to be a happy dog. Henry is just the sweetest! He is not ready for adoption as of yet he still needs to be neutered.
ZOEY FOUND HER FORVER HOME
Meet 2 year old, 4 lbs Zoey. She was an owner surrender who lived in a home with cats that didn’t like her. She has many puppy habits that she needs to be worked on. One is that she was never pottied trained. Her foster parents are working with her but she will need a forever home that will be patient with her and allow her to make mistakes while she is learning. She gets along great with other dogs and loves people. She is very playful and energetic and will need a home to keep up with her. She is also very sweet and loves to be held and cuddled. She does have a funny walk which is adorable but it does cause concern and we will be getting xrays to see what is going on. She will be fully versed and we will be posting updates when she is ready for adoption.
MACY FOUND HER FOREVER HOME
Macy is a adorable little girl who is about 3 years old. She came into rescue because her owner is no longer able to care for her. She is not quite ready for adoption yet please watch for her updates.
WILLIAM FOUND HIS FOREVER FAMILY
This sweet boy came to us after he was hit by a car in mid November, and he is approximately 8.5 months old (as of early December). He is a very tough little guy! He sustained at least 4 pelvic fractures and has at least 1 sacroiliac luxation (possibly both, but scans were inconclusive). In layman’s terms, that just means that his pelvis was/is detached from his sacrum. He came in to my work minutes after being hit, and was very much in shock, had no anal tone, and no control of his urine. He took a bit of time to stabilize, but once he did, he never looked back! Right now, he’s still healing and on crate rest, but he very much wants to be a puppy. He wants to play with the dogs and cats here, and I can’t wait for him to be able to be a puppy. He is such a happy boy, and his tail never stops wagging! He loves belly rubs, and just being with people. While his legs and spine are slightly off, he gets around great, and has regained full control of his bowels and urine. He still has a few more things to get through right now. He will be getting xrays this coming week to check his progress. Once he is fully healed from his fractures, we will wait a few weeks, then he will need to be neutered. He will not be ready for adoption for awhile, and we are not yet accepting applications for him. Watch for updates on this sweet boy!