Due to Covid-19, we are not doing in home meet and greets or visits.
Because of added sanitation efforts (as mandated by the state) , we are increasing our adoption prices temporarily.
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During the pandemic we are open, but experiencing a higher volume of applications. Thank you in advance for your patience.
Eddy is a 16 lb terrier mix from Texas. He is very sweet and will be in MA soon (most likely after July 4th)
Gucci was dumped at a kill shelter in a purse. He is a cute chi/beagle mix who needs an owner willing to potty train him.
Luis is good with dogs, but unsure about humans. A quiet home without a ton of people coming and going would be best. He will be in MA soon. He is a terrier mix.
Male lab mix. Just a young puppy and will need potty training.
Mouse is a timid chihuahua mix. She will need time to come out of her shell!
Anthem is a Border Collie mix from south TX. He is 6 months old. Anthem will need a patient owner as he is very very shy. He loves other dogs, and is housebroken!
Eagle is the brother of Freedom and Anthem. He is around 8 months old, and is a Border Collie Mix. Eagle is a bit shy, but you can earn his trust with fun activities like jogging and hiking. He is not yet potty trained. If you have a resident dog, Eagle would love a sibling!
Lab/Terrier mix. Female . Good with dogs, not housebroken yet.
Bandita is a pittix mix from Tx. She weights only 37 lbs and is the perfect size for a condo owner. Bandita is not crate trained, so will need an owner to reach her all about the crate.
Cooper is a lab mix from TX. He will be in MA in late June. Cooper plays well with other dogs and is not cat tested. He is very mouthy and energetic and will need a confident handler.
Sadie is a Red Heeler mix from Tx. She is very friendly and likes other dogs, but prefers that cats leave her alone!
Female, terrier mix.
Snickers is a female lab mix. She loves the water, and other dogs. Not cat tested. Snickers will grow to be about 55 lbs.
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Oscar, now Oliver, was living on the rough streets of South Texas. He had no place to lay his head, no warm bed, and several bullets in his little body from being shot. He was transported north and finally found his forever home.
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