Meet Abby. Are you looking for an amazing furry four paw addition to the family? Then Abby is your gal. This three to four month old Collie mix is the full package. Abby is a very kind and gentle soul. She absolutely adores people and wants nothing more then to spend time with her family, no matter what they are doing. Whether you want to cuddle or play a game of fetch-- Abby is in as long as she can be with you. Abby has both a cuddly and a playful side. The best of both worlds. She loves to give kisses and will roll over in a submissive fashion for belly rubs. Abby will make a wonderful addition to most families. A friendly and playful doggy sibling would suit her fine also.

Meet sweet, lovable Casey.  We rescued Casey from a high kill shelter that thought she was pregnant.  Turns out she wasn't pregnant but had probably had babies and was done rearing them when she was picked up.  That means now she is ready to find her forever home!  She's a little bit overweight since we were feeding her like she was pregnant, but luckily she LOVES to go for walks.  She does well with other dogs of all ages, sizes and genders and likes to play with them as well as her human companions.  She will also play well by herself and cuddle when it's time to settle down!

Looking for a small, sweet pup who loves to be held and when he's not playing with you, he's carrying his favorite toy in his mouth? Then Barney may be the dog for you. He is good with other dogs and gentle for a puppy, he does well with everyone he meets once he gets to know you. He is a bit nervous at first but warms up quickly once he feels safe. He is doing well with his training but will need someone who has the time to spend continuing his training.

Wilma is a friendly sweet girl who is equally happy playing with other dogs or playing fetch with a human. She can be a bit nervous in new situations, but once she feels safe, she is all love and play. She is doing well with her training but needs someone to continue with her training.

Meet sweet, shy Macy.  She was rescued from an overcrowded shelter while she was pregnant and brought into a safe foster home where she could be comfortable having her babies.  She was a great mom and now that she is done raising her six babies, she is ready for her forever home.  She was very good with her puppies even when they were older and she does prefer dogs that are her size or smaller and somewhat submissive, but have enough confidence to play, as she loves to play. Macy is shy with new people but once she trusts you, she will not leave your side.  She loves to play with toys and run around the yard chasing balls and bringing them back to her foster mom for praise.


Lucy came to us recently from a shelter down south, and is now ready to find her forever home. She is housebroken and crate trained, is good in the car and walks nicely on a leash. Although she has made great progress, she is still a little timid around new people, loud noises and quick movements. She will be a great family dog for someone who is willing to work with her to build her confidence, but for right now, she is probably not the best dog for really young children. She is great with other dogs and would love to have a playmate in her new home.

Callee is an affectionate, silly girl full of love!! Upon first meeting, she may be shy, but given some time and love, she will come running right into your arms! Her energy level varies from average to high. She loves to snuggle and enjoys playing with her foster brother. She may be tiny, but she is tough! She is able to keep up with his quick running and wrestling. Callee has mastered some basic commands such as sit, (lay) down, and come when called.  She has even completed a training class complete with certificate! Her leash walking skills have improved tremendously, although it is highly recommended to walk Callee on a harness. 
Callee has slept in a crate, but much prefers to be out of the crate.  She gets anxious when being in a crate for long periods of time. Callee was crated during the day, but has graduated to being gated in a room when home alone. Calle would do fine in a home as an only dog or a home with another small dog.  When out in public, Callee becomes very timid around other dogs, especially the bigger dogs. Callee needs a slow introduction to new dogs and a fair amount of time to adjust.  She has not had much exposure to her feline friends, but when she has been around them, she let them go about their business and just watched them.
A tall fenced in yard is best for Callee as she has a high prey drive and would not do well on a tie-out.  She has been able to clear a 5 foot gate.  When Callee gets overly excited, she can jump and be mouthy. For this reason, it would be recommended that Callee goes into a home without young children.

Chloe recently had a litter of puppies that she raised and is now ready to find the perfect home of her own to enjoy. She is a friendly, sweet and playful girl who wants nothing more than to have a loving family. She likes being around people and is also good with other dogs. 

Meet sweet and playful Carson.  He's adventurous and loves to have fun but is respectful of the boundaries set by both the humans and canines in his foster home.  After he's done playing, he is ready to curl up next to human or canine for cuddle time and a snooze.

He does well with the dogs in his foster home, but will do better with a smaller dog than him.

Meet Dylan. He is a playful, fun loving pup who likes to play with other dogs of all sizes and ages. He is also very people oriented and  loves to spend time being in his foster moms arms and receiving belly rubs!! He will need someone who has the time to continue his training.