January Featured Dogs

January Featured Dogs


2 years old,  Greyhound Mix

Super sweet and friendly. He is good with people and other dogs! Not great with cats because they are too fun to chase. He is going to make an amazing addition to a home/family. Nike is very smart and learns pretty quickly. He learned to sit in only around 5 minutes!
FMI: www.pawsadoption.org





1 years old, Mixed Breed

Riot IS a riot! He is a lot of fun and a lot of energy. He is so handsome and a cool size at a year old. He is good with people and seems fine with other dogs! He is very smart and learns very quickly.
FMI: www.pawsadoption.org





8 months old,  Blue Heeler Mix

He is higher energy and wants to run and play. He is eager to learn and ready to continue training and learning the basics in a forever home. He will thrive with a set routine. He always looks like he wants to play with the other dogs so could do well with another dog. Cats and kids are unknown.
FMI: www.pawsadoption.org





10 years old, Pitbull Mix

Freya is a healthy people pleaser who is happy to be active but also used to spending long hours alone. She’s goofy, playful, and not a big barker. She doesn’t care for other furries & needs a human family who accept that. Everyone who knows her loves her.  

FMI: olddogsnewdigs.com





9 years old, Terrier Mix

Spunky and affectionate, Lily is 50 lbs. of pure quirky love looking for a big couch to lay on and someone’s heart and home to fill. She loves her stuffies and likes to carry one around with her. Walks very well on a leash. Lily can be selective with other dogs, but is non-reactive on a leash with dogs outside of the home.  
FMI: olddogsnewdigs.com




8 years old, Mixed Breed

This loving, affectionate and energetic pup is a staff & volunteer favorite. She likes many other dogs, and would love to meet yours to see if they can be best friends! One or two dog-savvy cat friends would probably be ok too, just no small critters like rabbits or chickens.
FMI: olddogsnewdigs.com





3 years old, Catahoula Leopard Hound

Shadow is everything that you read about Catahoula Leopard dogs.  He loves his family but has energy that is endless!  He loves to play, but he would be just fine being the only dog in the home, if you gave him a job!  He is also the true essence of his name; he loves to be your Shadow!
FMI: Email: sln2310@yahoo.com





3 years old,  Catahoula Leopard Hound

Titan is for the most part an old soul in a young body.  Once he gets comfortable with you, he is such a love bug! He is very focused on the environment around him with smelling and watching what is going on; he is extremely true to his nature as a Catahoula Leopard dog.
FMI: Email: sln2310@yahoo.com





1 year old, Catahoula Mix

Brownie was a stray puppy that is very lovable, playful and loyal. He is extremely playful with the other dogs and cats. He would do best without senior animals as he is extremely playful and as for cats when they tell him they don’t want to play – he listens! He is super curious and is a fun loving fella!
FMI: Email: sln2310@yahoo.com





1 year old, Catahoula and Plott Hound Mix

I’m a very affectionate gal and I LOVE to cuddle. But don’t leave me alone for too long, because when I start to miss my humans, I get antsy. I’m a very active and smart girl and like my exercise. I prefer dogs if they have easy going attitudes.
FMI Email: sln2310@yahoo.com





5 years old, Mixed Breed

Lila is a wonderful, pup who would like a home with people that have a quiet lifestyle and don’t mind playing fetch with a tennis ball A LOT. She would also love to go on plenty of walks and she’d do best as the only pet so she can have all the love, attention, and treats to herself. House and crate trained
FMI: midcoasthumane.org






9 years old, Bulldog

I’m looking for a home with adult humans or possibly teens in the home that will treat me like the queen I am. Since I am very fond of all the attention being on me, I will need to be the only furry family member in your life. I enjoy a good bone, rolling in the grass, sniffing out all the great stuff on walks and being lavished with attention.
FMI: midcoasthumane.org

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