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Freedom - Male, German Shepherd Dog

Freedom came to rescue from a shelter. He was a stray and on deaths door. He was on the euthanasia list when we saved him. He was only 37# and now is 85#. He was heartworm positive but has been treated. He has had a yeast infection in his body until recently that we have treated for over 6 months. It required medication and baths every other day. It was a constant battle that plagued him. He is now healed. He is on monthly heartworm preventative along with Frontline monthly.

He has been neutered, up to date on all of his vaccinations, along with implanting a microchip. He loves to play with toys, chase balls and play with his two foster brothers. He will make someone a wonderful companion. We do not recommend children under the age of 16 yrs. We do require a 6' high fenced yard to adopt this dog. We also require adopters to enroll and attend obedience training classes.

Our dogs may not live outside, may not be tied or tethered. We do not recommend underground, electronic fence systems as they do not prevent anything or anyone from entering the yard. Your dog is not safe and should not be left unattended with any kind of underground fencing. They may not run loose unsupervised.

The adoption fee for Freedom is $250.

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Rocky - 1729 - Male, Corgi Mix.

Rocky is our senior dog. He was surrendered from his owners when they moved into an apartment that did not allow dogs. He lost the only family he knew. His date of birth is 4.21.03. We are looking for a FUREVER home for him. He is vaccinated, neutered and recently had a dental where he lost 26 teeth of the 42 that dogs have. He is not good with other dogs, loosing his hearing & has cataracs. He loves car rides, spending time in a quiet home for older pets without children or other pets. He loves being near his person and sleeping on the bed.


The adoption fee for Rocky is $75.00.

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Archie - 1731 - Male, German Shephard Dog.

Archie was a stray that came to rescue. He is a senior / geriatric dog that is about 12 years old. He has frost bit ears, hard of hearing, cataracs in eyes and has a slight limp in his rear legs.

He likes to dig holes and lay in the dirt. His coat was in serious terrible condition when he came to rescue. He probably never had a bath so we have given him many baths. He has very little hair at this time.

He is happy and loves to go for short walks or rides in the car. He sleeps allot. He is neutered, vaccinated and has a microchip. Archie must live in the house, be given supplements for his coat and arthitis in the rear legs. He is a very sweet old dog that is deserving of a better life.

Our dogs may not live outside, may not be tied or tethered. We do not recommend underground, electronic fence systems as they do not prevent anything or anyone from entering the yard. Your dog is not safe and should not be left unattended with any kind of underground fencing. They may not run loose unsupervised.


The adoption fee for Archie is $100.00.

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Dakota - 1743 - Female, German Shepherd

Dakota comes to us as an owner surrender with a dislocated elbow. We immediately took her to our vet and had the elbow put back in place. We started the long process of healing and rehabilitation.

She is spay and up to date on vaccinations. She is clean in the house and takes short walks at this time for her rehabilitation.

She is extremely sweet. She is enjoying living inside the home and her extra thick special dog bed.

Our dogs may not live outside, may not be tied or tethered. We do not recommend underground, electronic fence systems as they do not prevent anything or anyone from entering the yard. Your dog is not safe and should not be left unattended with any kind of underground fencing. They may not run loose unsupervised.

The adoption fee for Dakota is $250.

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Musher - 1805 - Male, German Shephard

Musher comes to rescue as a stray about 11 months old. He is a sweet male, that likes all other dogs and people. He is vaccinated & has a microchip. We have a fecal run which was negative. He is neutered and ready for a new home. He plays well with toys, loves to be outside but loves being in the house too. He needs some obedience training and would love a family of his own. He was born 3.13.17 and his adoption fee is $250.00.

Our dogs may not live outside, may not be tied or tethered. We do not recommend underground, electronic fence systems as they do not prevent anything or anyone from entering the yard. Your dog is not safe and should not be left unattended with any kind of underground fencing. They may not run loose unsupervised.

The adoption fee for Musher is $250.

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Dutch - 1810 - Male, Welsh Corgi

Dutch comes to rescue as a stray, Pembroke Welsh Corgi. HIS DOB: 1/30/04 and his adoption fee is $100.00. He is going deaf, partically blind with some cataracs, getting over a UTI. He weighs 25 #. He came to rescue as a stray that is not housebroken. He needed a dental and we recently had 10 teeth extracted. He is sweet and starting to eat again.

He is old and needs a loving quiet home to live out his life. We are looking for a home that some one can care for a senior special needs dog. He does not play with any toys. He enjoys being near a special person but has been very lost so far.

We do not recommend he be left outside unattended with out a fence. He is able to do some stairs with assistance because of his vision impairment.

Our dogs may not live outside, may not be tied or tethered. We do not recommend underground, electronic fence systems as they do not prevent anything or anyone from entering the yard. Your dog is not safe and should not be left unattended with any kind of underground fencing. They may not run loose unsupervised.

The adoption fee for Dutch is $100.

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Duke - 1811 - Male, German Shepherd Dog

Duke comes to rescue from a shelter. He weighs 96#. He is a male, black & tan German Shepherd. His DOB : 12.19.16. He is vaccinated and had a fecal was negative. Duke had a previous owner who had a heavy hand. We are letting him get used to rescue. He is learning to trust and adjust. He needs a home where the owners will allow him time to adjust and treat him with much kindness.

He enjoys riding in the car and chewing on bones. At this time he is just starting to show us who he really is. Time, Love and Patience is what we are giving him. He is a wonderful dog that will blossom the longer he is in rescue. He is with a foster home that has experience with a dog that was not treated correctly.

At this time, we do not know what type of home he needs. We will keep everybody updated. When he is ready we will be checking out applications.

Our dogs may not live outside, may not be tied or tethered. We do not recommend underground, electronic fence systems as they do not prevent anything or anyone from entering the yard. Your dog is not safe and should not be left unattended with any kind of underground fencing. They may not run loose unsupervised.

The adoption fee for Duke is $350.

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Foxy - 1812 - Female, German Shepherd Dog

Foxy comes to rescue as an owner surrender. She was going through a "heat cycle" and has just finished it. We will be getting her spay in the next 6 to 8 weeks and getting her vaccinated.

So far, she is sweet, playful, loves car rides and seems to like everyone. We do not know more than this. Time, Love & Patience will tell us much in the next month. Stay tuned for updates.

Our dogs may not live outside, may not be tied or tethered. We do not recommend underground, electronic fence systems as they do not prevent anything or anyone from entering the yard. Your dog is not safe and should not be left unattended with any kind of underground fencing. They may not run loose unsupervised.

The adoption fee for Foxy is $350.

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Beauty - 1813 - Female, Australian Kelpie & Shepherd Mix

Beauty is an adorable 10-year-old Shepherd x Kelpie mix. She is vetted and ready for adoption.

She may have a stub for a tail but that doesn't keep her from wagging it! She will curl up on the couch or in the chair beside me. She sleeps in bed with her foster mom but would probably be happy on a dog bed next to your bed. She loves to be pet and will stand by your chair while you rub her back.

In her foster home, she gets along fine with a 16-year-old Golden mix (who wouldn't?) and most of the time with another 16-month-old foster dog, Shepherd mix, Beau. She will get a little possessive towards Beau when she's sitting near me and he comes for attention. She can be aggressive at the dog park so tread carefully there.

She would do best with a fenced in yard because she rarely will do her business if she's on a lead or leash. She rides well in a car but does like to chat about what she sees. In my car she is egged on by Beau so she would probably be quiet if no one else is yapping!

She's a love bug with a sweet face and Yoda ears!

Our dogs may not live outside, may not be tied or tethered. We do not recommend underground, electronic fence systems as they do not prevent anything or anyone from entering the yard. Your dog is not safe and should not be left unattended with any kind of underground fencing. They may not run loose unsupervised.

The adoption fee for Beauty is $100.