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Medium • Adult • Male
Domestic Short Hair
This cute 3 year old guy is Edward. But you can call him Eddie. This cute guy with the white bib is anxious for a new home. He is super friendly and is working hard to win over his next owner. Could it be you?
Medium • Young • Female
Domestic Short Hair, Tuxedo
Sweet little Evie could have easily been named Checkerboard. Just look at those interesting patterns all over this girl. Evie has been waiting since the middle of October for her new home. She started out life at our shelter as a stray, found by a caring person. All Evie wants for Christmas is a home to call her own.
Large • Adult • Male
âMy what a guy, that Gaston!â Beauty and the Beast fans will quickly figure out where this guyâs name came from. When he first arrived, we couldnât help but chose that name, although our Gaston has a much better personality than that of the one in the film. Gaston came to us as a stray and was very underweight and clearly wasnât being properly cared for. Currently, he weighs around 70 pounds and is still filling out. He is very friendly and enjoys all the attention he gets. He still needs to work on his manners a bit, as he needs to learn to not use his mouth while playing. If you have room in your home and your heart for a big dog, be sure to ask to meet Gaston! After all, heâs everyoneâs favorite guy!
Medium • Young • Male
Doesn't Geo look like he is saying "but what did I do wrong?" We arenât sure where he came from or who dropped him off or why, but someone abandoned this poor guy at our shelter. Geo is estimated be 1 year old, basically just a pup. He does seem to have had some training, as he walks well on a leash and knows the command to sit. We have no way of knowing Geo's past, but we are sure he has a bright future ahead of him with the right family.
Small • Senior • Male
Meet from left to right . . . Gunner (14), Sassy (14, sister of Gunner) and Snuggles (7, blind but can detect shapes). All lost their homes due to unforeseen and unavoidable circumstances. All of these Chihuahuas came from the same home and are very bonded. We are looking for a special home for all three, if possible, but not a requirement of adoption. These are sweet dogs with a lot of love to give.
Large • Adult • Female
Pit Bull Terrier
Gypsy is a happy girl with a lot of energy. This 4-year-old Pit Bull mix was surrendered to Animal Protectors after her previous owner passed away. It can take Gypsy some time to warm up to new people but she is always up for a game of catch and excels at it. As long as you have tennis balls to spare, Gypsy is sure to be your playmate! Gypsy lived with dogs in her past so she could possibly go into a home that has another dog (although a meet and greet is required). We do not recommend that she goes into a home with small children. If you are looking for a catching partner, take a look at Gypsy!