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Each of our dogs has been socialized with other dogs. Each dog is evaluated by a vet, has up to date shots and is altered before being placed with their new family. It's real life living for each of these dogs before placement!

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We take unwanted, abandoned, abused, or stray dogs and attempt to find suitable homes for them. We donate our time and take dogs into our homes until they are place with their new forever homes.

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We believe that all dogs deserve the best possible home. We love all of them as our own! Our commitment to all rescue dogs in our home is to love and care for them so when they transition to their new family, they have all that they need to be an amazing family member.

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Rocky

2-3-YEARS (FEMALE)

ADOPTION STORIES

Big Boy

Big Boy is a big couch potato & mush. He loves to roll around in the grass as much as he can. He gets along with most dogs he meets. He would do better with female dogs. He LOVES to go for car rides & look out the window at the surroundings. He is UTD on vaccines, micro chipped, neutered, & just went through Heart-worm Treatment.



Luke

Luke is 5 month old puppy. He gets along with all dogs & cats. House and crate trained, weighs around 23lbs. Up to date on vaccines, neutered, & microchipped. He is ready for his forever home.



Rocky

Rocky is such a love bug. She gets along with all dogs she meets & just wants to play & snuggle. We don't know about cat or children. I would recommend no younger than age 10 if you have children. She is also still learning the whole potty training thing. She is crate trained & will stay in a crate all day long.



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