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“Stuffed Animal Clinic” at My Vet in March

Stop by My Vet on Saturday, March 24 for their Stuffed Animal Clinic!  Children can bring their favorite stuffed animal for an exam and help treat their ailments.  Added bonus: a portion of the registration fee goes back to ADOPT to help treat our animals! 🙂  

Cinnamon

Cinnamon

2018 has arrived and Cinnamon’s New Year’s resolution is to find her very own forever family. She was part of another rescue that has closed down and we offered to take her in. She’s spent most of her short life in the prison program and would love to have a home with a yard, some toys, and a squishy bed to curl up on. She’s a typical goofy, playful, Lab mix puppy. She’s very sweet, a bit shy at first but warms up very quickly. She seems to do well with kids, loves other dogs, but has not been cat tested. If you’d like to “spice” up your life, fill out an online application to come and meet Cinnamon!
Estimated birthdate: June 2017
Weight: ESTIMATE 65+ lbs full grown
Good with kids: yes
Good with cats: unknown
Housebroken: yes
**part of canine-inmate program**

Olaf

Olaf

This little low rider is one of the cutest things in town. He’s a Yellow Lab mix but he has the legs of a Corgi or other short legged breed which makes him absolutely adorable. He’s a really happy boy and not “hyper” for such a young pup. Olaf will genuinely be a great addition to a household that can continue his socialization, training and give him the love that he deserves. He has entered into our canine-inmate program where he will be exposed to basic commands and leash manners. Because he’s so young, it is important to understand that this will need to be reinforced and ongoing education will be a necessity to help him remain a well balanced and happy companion. If you would like to meet Olaf, please fill out an online education.
Estimated birthdate: 9/1/2017
Weight: approx 40 full grown
Good with kids: young enough to socialize
Good with cats: young enough to socialize
Housebroken: in training
**part of canine-inmate program**

Purchase your 2018 ADOPT Calendars!

The 2018 Calendar Contest is over, but you can still purchase a 2018 Calendar featuring all of our winners!  Make sure to get yours before the new year using the button below.  All calendars will be shipped to the address provided via PayPal; if you don’t need your calendar shipped, indicate your pick-up arrangements in the “Additional Notes to Seller” section when you complete your order.

Thanks for your support, and enjoy your 2018 calendar!


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Joy

Joy

Joy is exactly what her name says she is…a joy. She is a happy, affectionate, sweet girl who loves to be with her person/people. She has been in a foster home with a canine companion and does great with him. Joy has exhibited some separation issues and doesn’t like to be left alone. It would be beneficial for her to be in a home with a canine companion or someone who is home during the day. She is what we affectionately call a “Velcro dog” and will follow you everywhere. We don’t have a history on Joy but at this stage in her young life she deserves stability and a family that will love her. Joy is most likely a Golden Retriever mix, perhaps with a herding breed. She is exceptionally smart, learns very quickly, and knows several commands. She looooves her toys, fetching balls, and mostly being near the people she’s attached to. Understand that Joy will require some patience and positive reinforcement so that she understands that when you leave, you will come back. She is a gorgeous, intelligent, and loving girl who needs someone willing to commit. She will give you loyalty and dedication until the end of time. If you’d like to meet Joy, please fill out an online application.
Estimated birthdate: June 2016
Weight: 49 lbs
Good with kids: yes
Good with cats: will chase
Housebroken: yes

Shop on AmazonSmile to support ADOPT!

Just a reminder that you can support ADOPT when you make purchases on Amazon.com by shopping on smile.amazon.com!  Once you set up your AmazonSmile account to support ADOPT, a percentage of your purchases will automatically go to ADOPT whenever you do your shopping through smile.amazon.com!  Click the button below to get your account set up and start shopping through AmazonSmile to support ADOPT! 🙂

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Shop at Kroger, support ADOPT!

Don’t forget – ADOPT is a Kroger Community Rewards member, which means you can make your visits to Kroger count for more! All you need to do is enroll your Kroger Plus card and ADOPT will receive a percentage of what you spend at Kroger. Enrolling is easy, just follow the steps below!

  • Go to krogercommunityrewards.com to Sign In to your Kroger Rewards Account.  (If you need to sign up for an account, click Create An Account.  You will then be prompted to enter your email address, create a password, enter your zip code, choose your favorite store, and agree to the terms and conditions.  After you get an email confirming your account has been set up, return to krogercommunityrewards.com and sign in.)
  • Click Enroll Now.
  • Enter 74760 for the organization number and click Search.
  • Select ANIMALS DEPEND ON PEOPLE TOO! from list that comes up and then click Enroll.
  • To verify you are enrolled correctly, you will see your organization’s name on the bottom of your “Account Summary” page.

It’s that simple to start supporting ADOPT when doing something you already do!  Happy Krogering!!  🙂

George

George

George came to us in October and was briefly adopted. He has come back to our rescue for the reason that many puppies are surrendered…they’re puppies. They are adorable, they are funny, they are wonderful…but they are also work. George has been part of our canine-inmate program where he has learned some of his basic commands, crate training, and housebreaking. He is very affectionate and smart. He loves to play outdoors and follow his nose, as most hound mixes do! George likes other dogs and is extremely friendly with everyone he meets. It is so important to understand when you bring a new pet into the household, regardless of age, that ongoing socialization and training is vital to their development. George is a wonderful puppy and will be a great addition to any household.
Estimated birthdate: August 2017
Weight: 60+ full grown (estimate based on 26 lbs at 17 wks)
Good with kids: young enough to socialize
Good with cats: unknown
Housebroken: yes
**part of canine-inmate program**

Funny shirt for a serious cause!

Help us save even more lives in 2018 by buying a “Balls are for fetching!” spay/neuter shirt!  Spaying or neutering pets helps with overpopulation and the astronomical numbers of animals euthanized due to overcrowding in shelters. Every penny that we raise goes right back into our rescue to care for more animals!  To purchase yours for only $20, visit https://www.customink.com/fundraising/adopt-spay-neuter.  Hurry, you only have until December 9th to get in your order!!

Audrey

Audrey

Audrey’s pictures don’t do her justice! She was named after Audrey Hepburn (the classic black and white film star, see what we did there?!) She’s the cutest little lowrider who’s whole body moves when she wags her tail. We think she’s a Dachshund mix, possibly with Rat Terrier but it’s hard to say. She is part of our canine-inmate program and is a favorite of everyone! Her background is a mystery but what we do know is that she’s a total sweetheart. Audrey will run to you and wait for all the attention that she is sure you want to give her! She’s doing well in the program, learning her basic commands. She is patiently waiting for that audition when someone sees her for the star that she is! If you’d like to meet Audrey, please fill out an online application.
Estimated birthdate: October 2015
Weight: 20 lbs
Good with kids: unknown
Good with cats: unknown
Housebroken: yes
**part of canine-inmate program**