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Dottie

Dottie

Breed: Lab mix
Sex: Female spayed
Estimated birthdate: May 2018
Size: Medium, 37 lbs
Good with cats: unknown
Good with kids: unknown
Housebroken: yes
General information: Dottie is a super sweet girl who likes to be close and “loved on.” She is good in her crate, gets along well with other dogs, and is not terribly high energy. She’s a great dog and will be a wonderful companion.
*Canine-Inmate Program*

Olive

Olive

Breed: Dalmatian (mix?)
Sex: Female spayed
Estimated birthday: May 2017
Size: Large, 70 lbs
Good with cats: interested but not aggressive
Good with kids: unknown
Housebroken: yes
General information: Olive is stunning. She is beautiful, affectionate and loves to be with people. Olive is currently in a foster home with cats and other dogs. She knows several commands (sit, lay and is learning stay & drop). Her foster mom says she is pretty great, would do best with another dog in the household, and once she sees you or hears you talking will come right over (we like to call her a “velcro dog”). At first she was afraid of stairs but has mastered those! She’s interested in the cats but is not aggressive. We believe that Olive would thrive in a household that has a canine companion and/or a home where she wasn’t by herself for long periods. She is a loving and sweet girl who will be a great companion.
Check out a video of her playing in her foster home here!
*In a Foster Home*

Teddy

Teddy

Breed: Yorkie
Sex: Male neutered
Estimated birthdate: May 2018
Size: small, 8.5 lbs
Good with kids: yes
Good with cats: unknown
Housebroken: Not 100%
General Information: Teddy is the best boy! He was surrendered to us because the family felt they didn’t have enough time for him. He sometimes will submissively pee or not be able to hold it for long hours in the crate. He is sweet, energetic, friendly and such a cutie! He will be getting basic obedience training in our canine-inmate program and be given consistency with house training. He’s a great little guy and will be a wonderful companion. We’d love to see Teddy go to a home where he’s not left unattended for long periods since he genuinely enjoys the company of people.
*Canine-inmate Program*

Keely

Keely

Breed: Hound/Shepherd mix
Sex: Female spayed
Estimated birthdate: October 2018
Size: M/L (ESTIMATE 50 lbs full grown)
Good with kids: unknown
Good with cats: unknown
Housebroken: in progress
General information: Keely and her brother Kane arrived from a rural Kentucky kill shelter where they had been abandoned. Keely is outgoing and friendly and is getting used to her new surroundings. She and Kane have joined our canine-inmate program where they will be introduced to basic obedience and leash walking. We believe that they are most likely a hound/Shepherd mix and will be an estimated 50 lbs full grown. Keely is a very sweet girl and will do well in a household where she has regular exercise, socialization, and repetition of training.
*Canine-Inmate program*

Kane

Kane

Breed: Hound/Shepherd mix
Sex: Male neutered
Estimated birthdate: October 2018
Size: M/L (ESTIMATE 50 lbs full grown)
Good with kids: unknown
Good with cats: unknown
Housebroken: in progress
General information: Kane and his sister Keely arrived from a rural Kentucky kill shelter where they had been abandoned. Kane is slightly more reserved out of the two and is getting used to his new surroundings. He and Keely have joined our canine-inmate program where they will be introduced to basic obedience and leash walking. We believe that they are most likely a hound/Shepherd mix and will be an estimated 50 lbs full grown. Kane is a handsome boy who will do well in a household where he has regular exercise, socialization, and reinforcement of training.
*Canine-Inmate program*

Louie

Louie

Breed: Australian Shepherd mix
Sex: Male neutered
Estimated birthdate: September 2018
Size: Medium (EST ONLY 45 lbs full grown)
Good with kids: 10+
Good with cats: has been exposed and not bothered
Housebroken: yes
General information: Louie was adopted and returned due to the family having some behavioral concerns. After a consult with a trainer and veterinarian it was determined that the adoptive household was not a good fit for Louie. He is currently in a foster home doing wonderfully. His foster mom says:
“He’s doing really well and is a very good little guy. We haven’t had any issues with other dogs (or cats or goats or horses!) He’s super sweet with everyone he meets…and he’s adorable!” He currently is being fostered with a large male dog and makes regular trips to the barn. Louie is working on a few things like being protective of his food bowl and basic manners. He is a herding breed mix which means he is super smart, active, loves to have a “job”/toys/play and be involved with his people. We are committed to finding Louie his “forever” home and strongly prefer herding breed experience.
Check out a video of Louie playing here!
*In a foster home*

Clark

Clark

Breed: Mixed unknown
Sex: Male neutered
Estimated birthdate: January 2018
Size: Medium, 23 lbs
Good with kids: unknown
Good with cats: unknown
General information: Clark is the funkiest looking little guy. His pics make him appear larger, but he is only 23 lbs. Our best guess is that he’s a herding breed mix, possibly Australian Cattle Dog. He has recently joined our program so we are getting to know him better, but so far he’s shown himself to be a great dog. He’s smart, rides well in a car, and likes other dogs. He’s the perfect size to tag along on walks, road trips, or just curl up with at home. If you’d like to meet this unique boy, please fill out an online application.
*Canine-Inmate Program*

Willa

Willa

Breed: Hound mix
Sex: Female Spayed
Estimated birthdate: 2/2017
Size: Medium, 40 lbs
Good with cats: unknown
Good with kids: unknown, best 5+ due to energy
Housebroken: yes
General information: Willa is a super pup! She is doing great and has all the basics down plus more! She is fun, silly, very smart and athletic. She is crate trained, house trained and great with the other dog in the home. She has a keen interest in cats and birds so a home without might be best. She loves the toddler next door but has only had contact through a fence. She is friendly to all but children 8+ would be best due to her energy. She calms down nicely and is happy to curl up on the couch, loves to be played with and loves her toys. In her excitement she will sometimes jump up but has gotten much better! Willa has an an amazing beagle nose and loves to track any scents found, she is fast, agile and a lean muscular 35#. A fenced yard is best as well as being able to scent/track outdoors or take long walks with her nose to the ground…that would make her soooo happy! Her foster parents have been working with her on the bike path and she would be an amazing jogging/biking buddy.
*Canine-Inmate Program*

Fergie

Breed: Beagle mix
Sex: Female spayed
Est. Birthdate: July 2018
Size: medium (30 lbs full grown. Estimate only)
Good with kids: yes
Good with cats: unknown
Housetrained: in progress
General information: Fergie is an extremely sweet young Beagle mix. She has been exposed to young children and did wonderfully with them. Her foster mom says that she is SUCH a good girl. She figures out doggie puzzles and toys within minutes, has good manners when meeting other people and dogs, and listens really well. She gets lots of compliments on how well behaved she is and how darn cute she is! She’s doing very well on her leash walking and also knows how to ring a set of bells to ask to go outside! Fergie is a great pup and will do well in a variety of settings.
*In a foster home*

Allie

Allie

Breed: Australian Cattle Dog mix
Sex: Female
Estimated birthdate: December 2018
Size: Medium (EST ONLY 45-50 lbs full grown)
Good with cats: young enough to socialize
Good with kids: young enough to socialize
Housebroken: almost!
General information: This gorgeous puppy is new to our program but already showing us how smart she is! Allie has beautiful dark brindle patches and a natural stumpy tail. She’s very bright, food motivated, and learns amazingly fast. ACD’s are a loyal, hardworking, intelligent, intuitive breed that love to have a job and a person to please. They are not couch potatoes and require regular exercise to stay happy and healthy. Allie focuses on her person and wants to do what she’s asked. If you are looking for an active companion to spend your time with and get a life of adoration and commitment in return, this is your dog.
*Canine-Inmate Program*
**Allie can ONLY be adopted in the Columbus vicinity since she will need to have her spay surgery and boosters with our local veterinarian.**