Newly adoptable puppies: The Toy Story Litter

Toy Story Pups

TOP ROW: Buzz (male), Hamm (male), Woody (male), Jessie (female). BOTTOM ROW: Bo Peep (female), Lotso (male), Rex (male), Bullseye (male)

These pups are a Stop the Cycle litter; Forget Me Not will spay the mother dog, and find these cuties new homes. They were born 9/11/11; mom is a pit bull, and the litter appears to have had a few different dads; some of the possible influences we see are Labrador Retriever, Border Collie, and Shepherd. We are calling them the Toy Story litter

All of these pups are affectionate, happy pups; they play hard, then nap hard (ha). They are incredibly cute, but please do your breed research before applying to adopt one of them; because they are half pit bull, there are many areas where they will be banned, no matter how cute, cuddly, and well-behaved they . . . → Read More: Newly adoptable puppies: The Toy Story Litter

 

New adoptable dog: AYLA

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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

 

New adoptable dog: BUSTER

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Buster

Buster crawled out from under an abandoned cabin at the beginning of June, emaciated, terrified, and with a badly broken jaw. In spite of his fear and the incredible amount of pain he was in, he has always been incredibly sweet and gentle. We’ve had him in foster care for 2 months now, with many vet trips to help him heal, and to treat abscesses and infections that resulted from the jaw break. He’s missing a few teeth, and his poor head will always be a bit misshapen due to the nature of the breaks in his jaw (yes, more than one place), but he is now healthy, happy, and ready to go to a fabulous forever home!

Buster is a pit bull terrier – possibly with a little boxer . . . → Read More: New adoptable dog: BUSTER