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Toby

Toby

Breed: Shepherd mix
Sex: Male
Age: Puppy (less than 1 year)
Size: Medium (25-50 lbs) estimate when full grown
Good with kids: yes
Good with cats: unknown
Housetrained: in progress
Recommended environment: Toby is playful, smart, learns quickly and loves to be close to people. We believe he will be a medium sized dog full grown, but this is an estimation. Because Toby is young, it is important that he continues to have someone willing to continue socializing, preferably attend training classes, and provide daily exercise.
*temporary in home foster*
Additional info: Toby will be entering our Canine-Inmate program after his neuter surgery. Because Toby is young and needs routine follow up with our local veterinarian, we are only able to accept Columbus/immediate vicinity applications.

Lily

Lily

We’re not exactly sure of little Lily’s breed combo, but we know it’s adorable. Possibly a hint of Border Collie, or terrier, but it would certainly be fun to do a DNA test on this cutie! She’s new to the program and is enjoying having a warm bed and regular meals in her foster home. She came to us from a rural Kentucky kill shelter so she’s learning about new sights, sounds, and smells. As with all puppies, it is critical to continue with structured training, exercise, and socialization. We know how cute they are and how much fun they can be, but we like to remind people that they are also a big responsibility! If you’re ready for a new companion and a lifetime of adventure, please fill out an online application to meet Lily.
Estimated birthdate: Nov/Dec 2017
Weight: 30 lbs full grown (this is an ESTIMATE)
Good with kids: young enough to socialize
Good with cats: young enough to socialize
Housebroken: in training
**in home foster**

Sammy

Sammy

Breed: Chihuahua mix
Sex: Male neutered
Age: Puppy (under 1 year)
Size: Small (12-25 lbs) estimate when full grown
Good with kids: unknown
Good with cats: unknown
Housetrained: in progress
Recommended environment: Sammy is affectionate and loves to be held or spend time with his people. Because he is still a puppy, he will need ongoing socialization, training and routine vet care.
*Canine-Inmate Program*
Additional information: N/A

Veronica

Veronica

Veronica came back to our rescue after having been adopted for a brief time. The family’s resident senior dog wasn’t interested in having a new puppy playmate and the family thought it best to give her a chance to find a better fit. Ronni is currently in a foster home with 2 other dogs and all 3 get along beautifully. She is a young Boxer mix with typical puppy energy. She loves to play with toys, loves to play with other dogs, is good in her crate and lets you know when she has to go outside. She has a great disposition and seems to like everyone she meets! As with any new puppy or dog, ongoing socialization and training is highly recommended. If you’d like to meet Ronni, please fill out an online application.
Estimated birthdate: October 2017
Weight: possibly 55+ when full grown
Good with kids: yes
Good with cats: unknown
Housebroken: yes (sometimes pees a little when excited)
**in home foster**

Maisy

Maisy

Maisy’s pictures don’t do her justice! It was pretty chilly when she arrived so we didn’t want to keep her outside for glamour shots! She’s great with people and dogs but has not been cat tested. We’re not sure about her breed mix, but she has a lot of Corgi characteristics mixed possibly with a herding breed…but that’s just a guess. What we do know is that she’s a really great girl who will be a wonderful addition to a forever home. Maisy is part of our canine-inmate program where she’s learning basic commands and getting continued socialization. If you’d like to meet this sweet girl, please fill out an online application.
Estimated birthdate: June 2016
Weight: 30 lbs
Good with kids: unknown
Good with cats: unknown
Housebroken: yes
**part of canine-inmate program**

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**

Nickles

Nickles

Everyone says the same thing when they see Nickels, “what a gorgeous dog!” He really is very unique looking! His eyes are a golden/amber color and his coat is colored like a candy Buckeye (gotta love that!) We’re not sure of his breed mix…possibly a combo of Beagle/Hound/Husky…but that’s just a guess! Nickels is young and full of energy, wanting to explore everything that he can. We believe he’s been confined most of his very short life so he is enthusiastic about all of his surroundings. Nickels has joined our canine-inmate program where he will have lots of attention and training. His new forever family must remember that learning is an ongoing process and they will have to continue his education with positivity. Nickels will thrive in an active environment where he can be part of the family and participate in daily walks or other adventures. A fenced in yard would be wonderful for him but is not a requirement as long as he has adequate exercise. If you would like to meet this stunning pup, please fill out an online application.
Estimated birthdate: May 2017
Weight: approx 45 full grown
Good with kids: unknown
Good with cats: unknown
Housebroken: in training
**part of canine-inmate program**

Henna

Henna

Some dogs get overlooked because they aren’t fancy or they don’t have flashy colors. Black dogs are harder to place because they don’t photograph well or look “mean.” Brown dogs are hard to place because they are “plain” and old dogs are hard to place because they’re, well, old. But ALL of these types of dogs have so much to offer, they just need the chance to show it. Henna is gorgeous in her own right. She has deep soulful brown eyes and a very soft, reddish coat. She has the cutest, naturally short tail with a little bit of white fur at the end. We think she’s some mix of Redbone Coonhound mix which are known to be deeply loyal and are driven to please their owners. Henna is extremely affectionate and loves people. She is not noisy and has been good in her crate. She loves to sniff around outdoors and check out her surroundings. Henna is a truly lovely girl who will do well in an environment where she is given lots of love and adequate exercise. If you’d like to meet her, please fill out an online application.
Estimated birthdate: July 2016
Weight: 34 lbs
Good with kids: unknown
Good with cats: unknown
Housebroken: yes
** part of canine-inmate program**

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