Rescue, Rehabilitate, and Rehome
Are you looking for a new addition to your family? You came to the right place!
The dogs featured here are spayed or neutered, current on vaccinations and have been provided veterinary care, if needed, and are now ready to join a loving home.
We would love to match you with a great rescue dog. When you see a dog you’re interested in, the first step is to read through and fill out the Adoption Application so that we may find out more about you and your family. This will help ensure that you and your dog are the right fit for each other. If you have questions, please contact us.
Suggested Adoption Donations
Effective January 1, 2013
An adoption donation of $200 or $125 (7 years and older) is requested. Medical expenses incurred, breed, or specialized training may warrant higher donation requests so that we may continue to rescue other dogs. An additional $200 refundable deposit for spay/ neuter/ microchip will be required on puppies that have yet to be altered and microchipped.
Other Adoptable Dogs
Isabelle who goes by “Zu-zu” is 12 pounds of love and fluff! This little Pomeranian girl is friendly to everyone she meets, but she’s never met a cat. If you’re looking for a lap dog who is very soft to pet and is house-trained to a mat, Zu just might be the right one for you. Zu-zu likes other dogs and is good with children. She’s very bouncy and happy if there is someone new to meet or when she has some outside time, but she settles in well when inside. Zu is not protective of her food or toys, she’s current on her vaccines and is trained to hop in her travel bag if you want to take her with you. Zu-zu will require regular grooming to prevent matting and she would make an excellent companion for an older person or anyone living in an apartment. If you have a yard for her to play in, she’d like that too! Zu-zu is being re-homed because her owner is in hospice care.
German Shepherd mix
3 years old
Herbie is a 3 year old Shepherd mix that has a beautiful red coat and a fun personality. He loves to run and play in the back yard, but is very calm when inside. Herbie is being rehomed due to his family not having enough time for him. He currently lives with a small dog and plays well with him, but he would prefer to be an only dog. Herbie would do best around children 10 years or older. He is smart and knows his basic commands. The best part about Herbie is that he is a lover and will snuggle all evening with you on the couch. He is both house and crate trained, micro-chipped, current on vaccinations and not possessive of food or toys. An active home where this 45 pound boy will be included in daily activities along with a fenced yard would be an ideal fit.
This friendly Shepherd mix was raised on a bottle and very loyal to his family. When their toddler tripped over Baxter while he was sleeping and was nipped, so Baxter wasn’t invited to go with his family when they moved. Baxter loves to play and gets along with most other dogs and he was comfortable living with cats. He is somewhat high energy, especially if he sees a squirrel! He walks well on a leash and knows sit, down, shake, high five, speak and kennel. At 70 lbs., Baxter doesn’t see himself as a big dog and still loves to cuddle on your lap if he is allowed. He is afraid of storms and fireworks and takes medication to ease his anxiety in those situations. He loves to go for walks/ runs and was running 3 miles on a regular basis at one time. Baxter is house-trained and was crated several years ago before he was allowed free roam of the house. He is current on his vaccinations, micro-chipped and ready for a forever home.
3 ½ years
Hot Ziggity Dog… We have the Ziggy for you! This playful, friendly Sheltie mix is looking for a family with an active lifestyle where he can be included. He loves going to the dog park, he’s good with school age children, but not toddlers and he lives with a cat. Ziggy is both house trained and crate trained and he knows his basic commands. He needs a refresher on proper leash etiquette, because he has started to pull when he sees something of interest. He is not protective of food or toys and he enjoys the company of most adults. Ziggy prefers to avoid the vacuum and the mower, …but who doesn’t. Ziggy is current on vaccinations and will be micro-chipped prior to adoption. He has a great personality and he’s ready to fill your order for 75 pounds of loving.
1 year old
One Gambit is a comic book superhero, but our Gambit is the real thing. This handsome, friendly boy weighs in at 55 lbs. and he’s looking for someone to play ball with him. Gambit is house trained, knows his basic commands and walks well with a Gentle Leader. He is cautious of other dogs and doesn’t like things with wheels (bicycles, strollers, etc.). He is current on his vaccinations and micro-chipped. Gambit needs a fenced yard and a home without young children, cats or other dogs. He can be protective of food or toys with other dogs. He is playful, very affectionate and loves petting and being with his humans. His ideal home would have a fenced yard where he can chase a ball and owners who will set boundaries and continue his training.
5 years old
Jade is a 5 year old Pit Bull mix who loves to be around people. She is looking for a family that will incorporate her into their lifestyle as the only pet in the house initially. Jade loves to play, run and will never turn you down for a game of fetch. At around 50 pounds she is what we like to call a mini-pittie. Jade is crate trained, house trained, and knows basic commands like “sit” and “no”. She does have allergies, so Jade must be on a grain free diet. Jade is currently with a foster and improving each day adjusting from a shelter to home environment. She came to NNKCR via Council Bluffs Animal Shelter. Council Bluffs has BSL so the only way Jade could leave the shelter was to be released to a rescue and that is where Nebraska No Kill was able to help. Jade is spayed, micro-chipped and current on all vaccinations. If you are interested in Jade or have questions about her, please send us an email at .
Chihuahua/ Chinese Crested?
Tiny’s owner recently passed away and now this 4 pound Chihuahua mix is looking for a new home. He was very attached to his owner and spent a lot of his time on her lap where they provided comfort to each other. He is shy of strangers, but has gotten along with other dogs he’s met. Tiny has not been around cats, so his reaction to them is an unknown, but we suspect he wouldn’t want to share a lap with one. He is house trained and had free roam of his home. He is a low energy dog who would be happy to resume is place on someone’s lap in a quiet home. Tiny is current on his vaccinations and not protective of his food or toys. He doesn’t know a lot of tricks, but comes when called and understands to be quiet if told. Tiny would not do well in a home with young children. If you are looking for a little cuddler to keep you company, Tiny could be your boy.
Tinkerbell is back from Never-Never Land and looking for a new home. Tink is a happy Pomeranian who is friendly to everyone she meets. She enjoys the company of other dogs, but at only 5 pounds, she should only be around dogs who will play gentle with her. Tink has never been introduced to a cat, but she would probably see cats as s omeone else to play with. She is current on her vaccinations, house-trained to a mat and trained to hop in her travel bag for transport. She is not protective of her toys, but doesn’t want to share her food with other dogs. Tink is playful and also very affectionate as a lap dog. Tink’s long fluffy hair will require regular grooming and she may need a little fairy dust now and then to keep her flying. She would make an excellent companion for an older person or anyone living in an apartment. If you have a yard for her to play in, she’d like that too! Tinkerbell is being re-homed because her owner is in hospice care.
English Springer Spaniel
Leia is an English Springer Spaniel looking for a home where she can become part of the family. She is friendly has done well people of all sizes, but she tends to trust women more than men. She is house-trained and crated at one time, but is use to being able to roam the house. Leia’s energy level is currently medium-high, but she hadn’t been getting regular exercise. She is good on a leash, will heel and knows a few basic commands. Like many English Springers, she is sensitive to tone of voice, so a low toned “No” is all that is needed for correction and you’ll know by her big sad eyes that she’s sorry. She doesn’t like loud noises, like fireworks or people yelling and will hide from these sounds. Leia gets along with small dogs and cats, but has not been around larger dogs. She loves to be petted and enjoys being close to her people. Leia is current on her vaccinations and will be micro-chipped before she goes to her new home. If you’re looking for a companion and have a relatively quiet household, Leia might be the right dog for you.
Zoey will steal your heart! Zoey is a 4 month old Pit Bull puppy who loves human attention. She is looking for a family who will dedicate time, one-on-one training, and handle her puppy behaviors. Zoey is all puppy and loves to play but after playtime she wants nothing more than to fall asleep next to you or in your arms. She is currently in a foster home where she lives with other dogs but has not been around cats. Zoey is crate trained, working on being house trained, and learning basic commands. She is current on all vaccinations, micro-chipped, and will be spayed at 6 months. A home where this little girl will be included in daily activities along with a fenced yard would be an ideal fit. If you are interested in Zoey, adoption applications can be found on the top left side of this page or for more information email .
Est. DOB 7/10/13
Alyssa was found running loose, late last year, when the weather was below freezing. She was afraid of men and slow to warm up to strangers, but has made great improvements at her foster home. She will still require patience to become comfortable, but once she trusts you, she is a snuggler. Alyssa is comfortable with other dogs and playful with people she knows. She is house-trained, knows some of her basic commands and is very calm when inside. Her two favorite things are chasing a ball and lying next to her human. Alyssa hasn’t met a cat yet, but we suspect she would chase them like she does squirrels. Alyssa’s ideal home will have a 6 foot fenced yard to play in, low people traffic and a family who will continue to introduce her to new things and teach her to trust.
9 months old
Jessie is a sweet, energetic 9 month old coonhound. Fun loving, smart and nimble, she will quickly win the hearts of all who meet her. Jessie is crate trained, 99% house trained, great with dogs of all sizes, has been cat and kid tested with no issues other than being a little forward with her desire to be adored. She is a very quick study however, and will learn all commands quickly. She loves to ride in the car and is just simply so fun to be around. Her exuberance is adorable. She has not been on leash much, but is making good progress. Jessie has a big girl bark, but she understands when she is told to be quiet. She is current on her vaccinations and will be micro-chipped prior to adoption. Jessie was found skinny and left to her own devices in rural SE Nebraska. She would be best with someone who is energetic and could provide a fenced yard where she could play and run.
3 years old
At only 3 yrs old, Cali knows all of her basic commands and has been taught to ring a bell when she needs to go outside. She needs to be in an only dog home and is not a candidate for going to the dog park. Although she likes some dogs, she prefers to be with her human. Cali has jumped a 4 ft. fence, so 6 ft. privacy will be needed. She weighs about 60 lbs.,is both house-trained and crate trained and medium to high energy. Cali is cautious of strangers and prefers to meet people slowly. She would do best in a home without children. Cali loves to play fetch, but she also enjoys tearing the fuzz off of tennis balls when she can. She likes petting, but is independent by nature and enjoys only short snuggle times. She is current on her vaccinations, micro-chipped and ready for her new home. Cali’s ideal home would have 1-2 adults, who would stimulate her high intelligence with daily training challenges and also enjoy spending quiet evenings at home with her.
Pit Bull Mix
7 months old
Terkish is a 7 month old Pit Bull mix who weighs about 40 pounds. He is very social and playful. Turkish knows sit, down, stay, and comes when called. He's young and will benefit from an experienced owner who can provide training and guidance. Terkish needs a fenced yard to run and play in and owners who will include him in their daily activities. He is neutered, current on vaccinations, and micro-chipped.
Pit Bull Mix
2 years old
Sammy is a 2 year old Pit Bull mix who weighs around 90 pounds. He is a happy boy that acts like a pup. He was so happy the day we photographed him, it was like Sammy knew we were there to help him find his forever home. When a volunteer started to pet him he just melted into her arms. Sammy is definitely a lover who just wants a family of his own. He has a long scar on his back but it doesn’t bother him, we are unsure what this is a result of. Sammy gets along with other dogs but needs a home without cats. He knows sit, shake, down, stay, come, and is house trained. Sammy is looking for a home with a fenced yard so he can run, play, and fetch with his family. Sammy is neutered, current on vaccinations, and micro-chipped.
9 years old
Scruffy is actually a very handsome Miniature Schnauzer . Born 11/9/04, this friendly 17 lb. sweetie has been forced to find a new home after his elderly owner went into new living arrangements. Scruffy likes people and dogs of all sizes, but has not been around cats. He is a low energy dog who would be happy to keep someone company and go for occasional walks. He is house trained and has not needed to be in a crate when his owner was away. Scruffy is not protective of his food or toys and will make a wonderful companion for someone lucky enough to adopt him. He is neutered, current on vaccinations and will be micro-chipped prior to being adopted. Take a good look at this boy and then picture how enjoyable it would be to wake up to this cute face every morning!
7 years old
Romo is a handsome Labrador mix who is being re-homed because he’s jealous of the owner’s baby. He is a playful dog who gets along well with most other dogs, is fine with older children, but would not do well in a home with a cat. He knows his basic commands, plus a few tricks and is both house-trained and crate trained. At 7 years old and 65 lbs., this loveable Lab still thinks he’s a puppy and his favorite place to be is cuddled in his owner’s lap. He enjoys playing fetch, spending time outdoors and loves to go for walks although he will pull some on the leash. Romo can be a high energy dog while outside playing, but calms down when inside. He can be protective of his food to other dogs, so if his new home has a dog, they would need to eat in separate areas. Romo also has some toys he prefers not to share with other dogs. His perfect home would be with an active family who would include him in their daily activities and make him part of their family. He currently lives in a home with invisible fencing and he knows and respects his boundaries. Romo is current on vaccinations, micro-chipped and ready for his new home.
2 years old
Justice is a 2 year old Pit Bull who weighs around 50 pounds. She came in as a lost dog and was not claimed. Justice is a friendly and smart girl who enjoys squeaky toys and playing in a fenced yard. Justice knows sit, down, shake, stay, speak, comes when called, and is house trained. She does not do well with other dogs or cats, so she requires a home without any other pets and a fenced yard. Justice is spayed, current on vaccinations, and micro-chipped.
NNKCR is teaming up with the in what we are calling “Pit Bulls without Parents”. Our goal is to provide exposure to some amazing Pit Bulls & Pit Bull mixes looking for their forever homes that are up for adoption at the Capital Humane Society. Some do not require a fenced yard. We are looking for adopters or fosters. As a foster all supplies, food, and medical expenses are covered. If you are interested in either adopting or fostering one of these Pit Bulls or Pit Bull mixes, call Capital Humane Society at 402.441.4488 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Pit Bull Mix
6 years old
Angelique is a 6 year old “mini pittie” Pit Bull mix who weighs around 30 pounds. She has a unique look with her one blue eye. Angelique is very friendly and can be shy at first but after she meets you she will be your best friend. She knows sit, down, come, and is house trained. Because Angelique can get nervous we would like for her to find a home without small children. She would love a fenced yard to play in and owners who will include her in their daily activities. Angelique is spayed, current on vaccinations, and micro-chipped.
Boxer/ Pit Bull mix
5 years old
Zed is looking for a foster while waiting for his forever home. He is a 5 year old Boxer/Pit mix who weighs around 70 pounds. If Zed could play all day he would. One of his favorite things to do is play fetch. Zed is a very happy dog and would love a family that will help him meet his daily exercise needs. He would make a great companion for people who will include him in their active lifestyle. His ideal home would include a f enced yard so he can fetch, run, and play with his family and be a cat-free environment. Zed tends to jump due to his excitement so he needs someone willing to work on correcting this behavior. He is very gentle when taking treats from your hand. Zed knows sit, shake, down, stay, come, speak, and how to belly crawl. He is house and kennel trained along with being neutered, current on vaccinations, and micro-chipped. If you are interested in meeting Zed, email us at: email@example.com for more information.
10 years old
This sweet senior is Annie. Estimated to be 10 years old, Annie was turned in as a stray and never claimed. She was not in very good shape, but the staff at Bethany Animal Clinic fell in love with her and got her all fixed up before she came into rescue. She is diabetic, so twice daily insulin injections are needed, but they’re not difficult to give and Annie is very cooperative. She is friendly and enjoys the company of other dogs, cats and people. She does well on a leash and knows several commands. Annie is a happy dog who enjoys going for walks and car rides and is always happy to meet new people. If your lifestyle isn’t too hectic and you’d like to have a great companion to love and share your time with, Annie could be the one.
Border Collie mix
6 years old
Angel's come in many different forms. This 35 pound angel has paws instead of wings. Angel was born October 4th, 2007 and is a beautiful, fluffy, black and white Border Collie mix. Her primary exercise had been on a tie out in the backyard, but now she gets regular walks and can play in a fenced yard at her foster home. Angel is a graduate of the Second Chance Pups training program, she is crate trained and understands many commands such as sit, lay down, outside, no, water and food. She is friendly and is only fearful of fireworks and thunder. She has lived with a large dog and tends to ignore dogs who ignore her, but will bark back if they bark at her. Angel isn't bothered by cats, children, or most other dogs. She is protective of her food to other dogs but she doesn't mind letting others borrow her toys. She is current on her vaccinations, tested negative for heartworm and is micro-chipped. Angel is most comfortable in the presence of her family and wants a home where she can spend some quality time with them.
Jack Russell Terrier
Jax is a 8 year old Jack Russell Terrier with plenty of energy to play. He weighs 19 lbs., is neutered and good with other dogs. He doesn’t share his toys or food with other dogs though and needs a feline free home. He loves people of all sizes, is house trained, crate trained and also does well on a leash. Jax knows all of his basic commands and would love to go to a home where he can be in charge of the entertainment. He enjoys getting out to run and plays fetch with a tennis ball so a fenced yard is preferred. After a good run, he likes to come inside for some relaxing and petting. Jax is very well behaved and learns the rules quickly. If you are looking for a friendly dog who doesn’t require training and will be your loyal companion, Jax could be the dog you’re looking for.
Husky/ Malamute mix
7 years old
Do you love biking and jogging? If so, we know the perfect running buddy for you! Aurora is a beautiful 7 year old Husky/Malamute mix who would do best as an only dog in a home without small children. Aurora has an alpha personality and should have an owner who sets boundaries and see that she adheres to them. Weighing in at over 90 lbs., she is a low energy dog who needs to have regular exercise. She knows her basic commands and after her initial excitement wears off, will heel on a leash. Aurora can jump a low fence if there is something worth the effort on the other side. She is house trained, crate trained, micro-chipped, tested negative for heartworm and is current on all her vaccinations. Just imagine yourself snuggled up with this beauty on a cold winter night. Could you be the one she’s been looking for?
7 years old
Princess has the sweetest personality and loves to be with her people. She gets along well with her two current small dog room mates and would be okay with some larger dogs. She prefers a home without cats and is best with school age children. She knows most of her basic commands and does okay on a leash after her initial excitement wears off. Princess is good with strangers once she’s been introduced to them and will enjoy some petting if it is offered. She likes playing with her toys and shares them with people but not other dogs. She is playful and somewhat high energy when outside and likes to curl up for a nap while inside. She is house trained, but does not do well in a crate. Princess isn’t destructive if loose in the house as long as there is no food accessible to her. She is current on her vaccinations, taking a heartworm preventative and is micro-chipped. Princess is looking for a home where she can become part of the family and spend time with them playing in the yard and going on walks. Princess is really a terrific dog who would be hard not to love once you’ve met her.
Pit Bull mix
3 years old
Luna is a lovable 3-year-old pit bull mix. She is a parvo survivor with a positive outlook, and she is happy enjoying life. Luna was named for her beautiful green eyes that are as big as the moon. She is up to date on all of her shots, crate trained, micro-chipped, spayed and house trained. She is an active dog who loves fetch and running out in the yard; but her favorite activity is cuddling on the couch. She knows all her basic commands including sit, stay, down, leave it and off, and she walks well on a leash. Luna is a stuck-on-you kind of dog; she prefers to be wherever people are in the house and loves to snuggle up next to them whenever she can. She is often wary of strangers and would do best in a quiet home with someone who can continue building her confidence and trust.
Belgian Tervuren mix
5 years old
Bear is a very handsome boy who weighs in at 85 pounds and is looking for his forever home. He is 5 years old and we believe he is a Belgian Tervuren mix. He does well with most other dogs if properly introduced, but would prefer not to live with them. Bear can not be around cats. He enjoys going for long walks or runs and spending time with his family while keeping a watchful eye on them. He knows several basic commands, walks well on a leash and is both house and crate trained. Bear is not immediately trusting of strangers, prefers women to men and wouldn’t do well in a home with high people traffic. Bear is current on his vaccinations, heartworm negative and taking heartworm and flea preventatives. Bear's ideal home would be with a quiet family who have a safe area for him to play and would take him for walks.
Jack Russell Terrier
3 years old
Buckley is a whip smart, 3 year old, Jack Russell Terrier who needs to find his forever home. He is a little nervous with strangers, but he is curious and will usually come to them if he is ignored. He is very gentle when taking a treat, but possessive of his food in a bowl. He likes some dogs and does not like cats. Buckley is playful, enjoys being petted, chasing a ball (but he doesn’t give it back) and exploring in his yard. He is up to date on vaccinations, has been neutered and tested heartworm negative. He is house trained and crate trained. He would do best in a home without small children – teenagers would be fine. Buckley is waiting for the owner who will love him for his smart mind and love of fun. Can you see him as part of your family?
9 years old
Meet Riley, the Yellow Lab with a heart of gold. Riley is a bit shy when he meets strangers, but will warm up quickly and be your best friend. He is house trained and is not destructive if allowed loose in the home. He seems to do best with smaller dogs and is okay with cats. Riley loves to fetch a tennis ball and is in good physical condition. He enjoys going for walks and car rides and he understands his basic commands. Riley is not protective of food or toys, but would do best in a home without children. He is current on his vaccinations and micro-chipped. Riley is a very loveable dog who adores the attention of the people he knows. Riley prefers to not be left alone for long periods of time, so his ideal home would be with a retired person who is looking for a loyal companion. Riley would like a safe yard where he can chase his ball and maybe help his person with the gardening.
6 years old
Annie is a beautiful brindle dachshund who has classic doxie traits - she’s loyal, loving, tenacious, and quite entertaining! She loves to play fetch with her ball, go for walks and is devoted to her humans. Annie is currently living with an older lab, and enjoys competing for the ball with her dog friend. She has a dominant personality and can be protective of her people, so she needs an owner who will be loving, consistent, and firm. When Annie warms up to you she’ll cuddle in beside you and work her way into your heart! She usually gets along with large dogs, but can be bossy around smaller dogs and cats. Annie is 7 years old, 19 pounds, crate trained, micro-chipped, and up to date on all shots. Can you give this sweet girl a good home?
9 years old
Max is a 9 year old (who acts like he’s 5 yrs. old), neutered black lab who would love to find a home where he will be part of the family. He is being re- homed because his current family has young children with allergies and no time for him. He is house trained and crate trained. He knows basic commands. Max would do best as an only dog and would prefer privacy fencing, but is not a fence jumper. Max got along well with his roommate, Charlie the Brittany, but he doesn’t like all dogs. He is current on his vaccinations, micro- chipped and taking a heartworm preventative. He is wonderful with people, loves to play fetch and is very good about giving the ball back so you can throw it again. Weighing in at 77 lbs. he would probably be better suited with older children. He is super sweet, affectionate and loves to play in his baby pool!
6 ½ years old
Charlie is a 6 1/2 year old Brittany Spaniel. He is neutered, up to date on vaccinations, heartworm negative and micro-chipped. He is ready to move in to a home where he can become part of the family. He is being re-homed because his family had young children with allergies and no time for him. Charlie is house trained and crate trained. He knows basic commands, and is very intelligent! He has learned how to open gates, and an electric fence doesn't phase him. He doesn't climb fences, and gets along with all dogs and children. Charlie weighs 44 lbs., is low energy and not protective of his toys or food. If you could provide a home for Charlie, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
1 ½ years old
Korra is a 1 1/2 year old Pit Bull mix. She was found as a stray in Central Nebraska. Thanks to social media and people sharing her story, Nebraska No Kill Canine Rescue was able to locate a foster home just hours prior to her being euthanized and a ‘relay for life’ of volunteers teamed up to transport her to safety.
Korra loves everyone she meets. A perfect day for her includes playing in the backyard, going for a walk/run, and then taking a nap next to you. She needs to go to an only dog/ no cats home. An ideal family will include her in their active lifestyle, have a safe fenced backyard and continue to work with Korra on her training. She is house and crate trained and not protective of her food or toys to people. Korra is spayed, micro-chipped, and up to date on all vaccinations. Korra is 60 pounds of playful energy who is looking for a home she can call her own.
< > 8 years old
Maggie is a very sweet natured Basset who is estimated to be about 8 years old. When her owner passed away, Maggie and her best buddy LeRoy found themselves homeless. Maggie is current on her vaccinations, mostly house-trained and well mannered. She is not food or toy possessive, she knows several basic commands and is pretty good on a leash. She enjoys chasing a ball, but prefers to let LeRoy chase it and then takes it out of his mouth. She loves to lay in the sun and is an expert at using those big, sad Basset eyes to get you to pet her. Maggie and LeRoy do not have to be adopted as a pair, but they do very well with each other and would like to stay together if possible. Watching them play is guaranteed to make you smile. Maggie’s ideal home would have a safe yard to sniff out and a family who loves her. She would be very happy to have LeRoy share her space.
Irish Setter/ Golden Retriever
8 years old
LeRoy is a friendly Irish Setter mix who is estimated to be about 8 years old. When his owner passed away, LeRoy and his favorite girlfriend Maggie found themselves homeless. LeRoy is current on vaccinations, house-trained and happy to be with people. He is not food or toy possessive, knows his basic commands (although sit usually turns into laydown, roll over and scratch my belly), but he needs some work on his leash skills. He loves to chase a ball or rope toy and he enjoys playing tug-of-war with Maggie. LeRoy’s ideal home would have a fenced yard so he could chase his ball and play with his family. He would be very happy to have Maggie join him if possible.
7 years old
Zoey the Puggle is a victim of her owner’s allergies. The home she knew for all but 6 weeks of her life is no longer hers, so she needs to find a new family. This sweet dog has a mellow temperament and enjoys s nuggling up with her human. She is friendly, she gets along with humans of all sizes and with other dogs. She has not been exposed to any cats, so her reaction is unknown. She knows her basic commands, walks well on a leash and is not protective of her food or toys. She is current on her vaccinations and micro-chipped. Zoey is house-trained and was in a crate when she was younger, but has had free roam of the house for several years and has not been destructive. Her ideal home would have a safe yard to explore and an active family willing to spend time with her and show her that she is loved.
9 years old
Pleased just to feel your touch, I’m Jaxon. I’m part Manchester terrier but I look exactly like a 62 pound Dalmatian.
Jaxon’s owner recently passed away, so this friendly boy is sadly in need of a new home. He is good with the 2 small dogs he currently lives with, but he doesn’t like larger dogs and has never been around a cat. Jaxon is a very sweet, loving dog who will bury his face in your lap to be petted. Jaxon knows most of his basic commands and instead of saying laydown, he responds to “crash”. He is current on his vaccinations and not protective of his food, but he isn’t willing to share all of his toys. People food doesn’t agree with him and he can be a “counter surfer”. Jaxon would be better with older children, he doesn’t try to jump fences and he walks well on a leash using a prong collar. He is house-trained and crate trained. Jaxon needs a home where he will feel loved, but also understands that he is not in charge. His ideal home would have a fenced yard to play in, a family who will give him the exercise he needs and also make him feel safe by building a relationship where he understands his place as part of the family.