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Cats | Dogs
Medium • Young • Female
âA diamond is a chunk of coal that did well under pressure.â -Henry Kissinger And doesnât she shine brightly? Diamond has been under some pressure recently since she was in a home and then found herself in our shelter. This 1 1/2 year old girl is a real sweetheart. Diamond walks fairly well on leash and does seem to get along with some dogs. From what we have seen from her so far, we also believe that she could go into a home with cats but we would be happy to do further testing, if needed.
Medium • Young • Male
Pit Bull Terrier
This cutie pie was found as a stray and is estimated to be roughly 1 year old. Eli is the definition of a âgood boy." He is a sweetheart and is friendly to everyone he meets. He doesnât seem to mind other dogs (although a meet and greet is required if there is another dog in the potential new home) and has been tested with cats. Although he did want to play with the kitties in our care, no aggression was shown. Eli loves to go for walks and will patiently sit and wait while his leash is hooked up. He can pull a bit when he is excited, but once he calms down he walks very well. This is one dog that is eager to learn and will make someone a great pet!
Small • Senior • Female
Girl is a happy little lady with quite the personality! This little Beagle is roughly 11 years old but her age doesnât slow her down one bit. Girl walks with her nose to the ground and her tail happily wagging behind her. She loves people and enjoys being held. Beagle lovers, if you are willing to open your heart and home to this adventurous and loving little Girl, please ask to meet her. She is waiting for you.
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!
Medium • Adult • Female
Onyx is a beauty, isnât she? It makes sense that this pretty girl got her name from a gemstone. Onyx was found as a stray, is a Labrador Retriever mix, and is estimated to be 4 years old. Onyx is a little timid but she is a friendly girl that is now looking for a new home where she can truly be herself and come out of her shell. Is your home the perfect place for this gem?
Large • Young • Male
Patch came to our shelter as a stray. When he was scanned for a microchip, we learned his name and that he was owned. Unfortunately, his family was not interested in taking him back. Patch was originally adopted from a shelter so it is even more upsetting that he has to spend more time in one, but he is doing very well since he has been with us. This handsome boy is deaf, so we would recommend that he goes into a home that is familiar with living with deaf animals. Patch is only 1 year old and has quite a bit of energy. He is a smart dog and we think he will learn hand signals quickly. He already knows how to sit! If you are interested in Patch, please ask to meet him. He is a lovable boy that is in need of a new home.