Standing out in a shelter

UPDATED 8-30-13

Most shelters tell you that dogs that have black fur are always there the longest. I’m sure that is the case in some places, but we don’t find that to be our issue. We find that the brown or tan dogs are most often overlooked, merely because we have so many of them in at one time. If we have a black pet it, it usually stands outs out in the sea of brown dogs and is more likely to be adopted.

Here are just some of our brown or tan dogs that get passed by every day. Please come meet them and see how great each one can be!

DSC_0771 Zena

Zena is a sweet senior Boxer mix who is about 7 to 9 years old. She is well behaved and knows commands. She gets along with other dogs but needs a home without cats.

HB1 Honey Buns

Honey Buns is a happy female Pit who just recently had puppies. She’s between three and four. She has been used for breeding in the past and is ready to live a normal life. She gets along with people and dogs and loves her stuffed toys.

hazel Hazel

Hazel is a sweet female Pit mix who is only about 8 month old. She is a little shy but she warms up to people with a little added attention. She would do best in a home without small children.

abby Abby

Abby is a happy female Am. Staff. who is only about 8 months old. She is a big ball of energy and acts like your typical puppy.

nala 1 Nala

Nala is a super sweet female Pit mix who is a big mush. She’s between two and three years old. She loves to cuddle and give kisses.

These are just SOME of the MANY dogs we have available. Please come meet them today!

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