Yogi has been with us for a very long time now; he is a difficult dog to place, but for the right person, he will make a funny, goofy, interesting companion. He will do best as an only pet, though does get along with some dogs – usually smallish female dogs. Honestly, his perfect home would be with a single person or childless couple, someone who is active (maybe a jogger) but something of a homebody. He will wait patiently for his person to come home from work – seems to be well housetrained and is not a destructive chewer – but would prefer that you come home and have some solid one-on-one (or two-on-one) time with him. He loves to chase a tennis ball; a bag of tennis balls, a “chuck-it” to throw them as far as possible, and a cozy home to curl up in with his . . . → Read More: Long-Timer Dog – YOGI
Ayla is a beautiful hound/pitbull mix, about 5 years old, who was abandoned by her owner – they went “on vacation” two months ago and left some friends in charge of bringing food to Ayla, who was left outside; unfortunately, despite being contacted, the owners have never come back from “vacation” and the property they were renting was sold, leaving Ayla homeless.
Ayla isn’t very fond of other dogs, though she apparently lived with some before (the other dogs on the property disappeared, unfortunately); we are able to teach her to tolerate the other shelter dogs, but don’t recommend adding her to a home with a dominant dog unless you are a very experienced pack leader type. She definitely is a “people” dog – she’d much rather be with a person than with another dog. She has been reported to be not very good with livestock, . . . → Read More: New adoptable dog: AYLA