Adoptable Pets

Fatty Girl

Look at this adorable girl! Meet Fatty Girl…(hopefully we will change her name to skinny girl soon lol)
This poor dog was seized from a man living in a trailer who was very broke! He was feeding her leftover trashed food from the dumpster at the trailer park. He ended up getting hurt and help was called and they took this dog from him for the dogs own good.
Fatty girl is about 8 years young. She is a spaniel mix. She is great with cats, dogs and kids! wont you please find it in your heart to help her have a REAL dogs life?
She’s been through enough don’t you think?

Kai

Poor little Kai, his mommy died last year and before she passed she wanted to place him in a good home where he would be loved. She found what she though would be just that home and then after about 10 months they decided they just didn’t want him.
Kai had always been a dog that had been walked, not a yard dog, they didn’t understand that it can be difficult for a dog to learn that he should stay outside all the time and then pee right before you call him in hours later. Kai understands walks and doggy doors. Just not stupid people who think he should understand them without being helped to understand.
So, once again he is in search of his furever home.
Kai is 9 years old and is a really sweet guy. He weighs between 13 and 15 lbs. He’s great with grooming and loves being brushed. He eats kibble with some wet food in it once a day and enjoys cookies in between.
Kai loves to watch animals on TV and coos like a little dove when he sees them or hears dogs barking.
Kai would do well in any home and while he is good with other dogs we prefer him to be in a home with a calm and gentle friend. He needs human love and attention too. We feel he would do well in a home with children over 10. Little ones may be too rough with him.
Sometime in Kai’s past he suffered a broken ankle that was never set. Because of this his left front foot goes to the side. It doesn’t affect him at all. It’s actually kind of cute but we wanted you to know about it.

Jack

Jack is so sweet! We can’t imagine why in the world his family wanted him euthanized because he had an ear infection. The vet they took him to said absolutely not. They treated his ears and then they asked us to take him in and find him a real home where he would be loved for the rest of his life.
Jack is 12 years young and if you know poodles they can live way way way past that.
Because Jack’s ears went untreated for so long he is now deaf. He is learning a form of hand signals and just wants to be held and loved. He is also blind in one eye due to a cataract. It doesn’t affect him at all.
Jack is pure love and deserves better than he’s gotten in the past few months. He is a wonderful little dog and will be a great addition to your home.
Jack weighs in at around 12 lbs., he is neutered and vaccinated, he is housebroken and crate trained but doesn’t need to be in one.

Sadie

Oh our precious little Sadie! What can we say!!! Her original owners were horrible to say the least and didn’t bother to do anything to train her or take care of her. I guess they thought a puppy would take care of itself.
She was then listed on craigslist which is a very dangerous place to post dogs. A good Samaritan saw her and got her from the stupid people but couldn’t give her the home she deserves so she asked us to take her in.
Sadie is an excellent little girl and quickly learned how to use the doggy door and sleep in her little crate. She is just a sweet precious baby looking for a great family to love her all up.
Sadie is spayed and up to date on her vaccines. She’s very cuddly and kind of quiet.
She is just 1 year old and weighs about 9 lbs.

Lorenzo

Lorenzo is a very special case. He needs an experienced Lhasa mix owner who will let him learn to trust. Lorenzo was severely abused and then dumped in the street to die.
His tenacity and will to live was huge. He managed to stay alive living off garbage and hiding where he could find a safe place.
He was finally picked up by animal control and was terrified. He was so scared and people were grabbing at him and poking at him. He was put in a cage and poked and all these hands were after him. They had to sedate him to handle him due to his traumatic experiences before he finally landed in the shelter. Humans had never been nice to him and he didn’t trust them now. When they would grab at him he would get all whale eyed and growl to get them to leave him alone.
Lorenzo spent month after month in the shelter. he just didn’t show well as the cage scared him and again, people were peering in at him and frightening him.
So finally a kennel worker took him home to foster him. He started to relax after a while and his new friends started getting close to him.
Then we were asked to take him. He was once again in upheaval and needed time to relax. He’s now come so far. He still gets frightened and thinks people could hurt him but he always lets us know when to back off. He hates being picked up but will jump up on the couch to play and get belly rubs. He uses the doggy door and likes to go outside and get some sun and he’s awesome on his leash.
Lorenzo is also terrified of scissors and buzzers so we sedate him to groom him. Keeping him short is best for him because of this. He doesn’t need to be groomed so often.
If you could possibly open your heart to a pup like Lorenzo you are a special person who is full of love. He just needs to be given some time and understanding. He’s come leaps and bounds in just a little over a month and with the right person we think he could have a wonderful life. He has so much love to give.
Lorenzo is about 3 years old an around 15 lbs. He is House trained, neutered and current on vaccinations. He prefers a home with no young children.
Any introduction to Lorenzo will be handled by our trainers

Snowball

And here we go again…This is Snowball…
Snowball was surrendered by a Breeder who had no more use for her!
She is between 3 and 4 years old. She is super smart and super sweet!
Please wont you help this poor girl be a dog and not a puppy making money machine?
She will be spayed and fully vaccinated before she comes to your home. 🙂

Molly

What a beautiful young Lady our Miss Molly is!
Molly was left in the shelter because her previous owners other dogs were basically beating the crap out of her!
Maybe because they never spayed her and she was in heat!?
Anyway Molly is approx 6 years young and fully vetted.
She is a total sweetheart!

Little Guy

Unbelievable! Little Guy was dumped at the shelter when he was 10 years old!! His owners were moving and couldn’t take him with them! Really? You couldn’t find a pet friendly place for your family member of 10 YEARS!!!??
Within a month Little Guy was adopted but returned because the new adopters dogs “didn’t like him”.
This poor dog is 10 years old! He was so scared and confused.
Well he is with us now but we would love to find him a real forever home. Little Guy is fully Vetted.

Kingston

I know it’s been said before but seriously this is the greatest dog ever! He is a complete sweetheart and so handsome! He’s just really a perfect guy in every way.
When we saw him in the shelter we figured he’d be adopted in a NY minute but somehow he wasn’t. So of course we wanted him!!!
Then his original family called, they had been out of town when he “got left outside” and said they really didn’t want him back anyway. Freaking jerks! So their loss will be another families gain.
Kingston is 3 years old and weighs in at about 50 lbs. He is housebroken, microchipped and fully vaccinated. He doesn’t go on the furniture but will step up to give you a big hug.
He’s a little timid meeting new dogs and kitties but is very gentle with all. He is learning how to play and have fun with them.

Poopie

Poopie was found in the streets and in horrible shape. The abuse and neglect this poor little guy must have gone through is beyond what we ever want to imagine.
Another “rescue” stepped up and took him but then brought him back because they said he bit them. No one noticed that he had rotting teeth, infected anal glands and his knees and hips were arthritic. That’s great! He was still suffering and with people who didn’t have a clue and didn’t take him to the vet.
The shelter asked us to give him a chance and of course we did. We went to meet him and evaluate him with our trainer and no matter what we did we couldn’t get him to react. So we made arrangements to pick him up and bring him into the rescue.
Poopie has since had his dental and his other end tended to also 🙂 He is on an anti-inflammatory for his joints. And doing much much better. We found that he is afraid of falling and when he’s sitting on the couch he may get scared that he’s going to be pushed off and get hurt. He will open his mouth in reaction but has never bitten. He loves to lounge around and enjoys sleeping on the bed.
We are working on his potty habits and he does well on a leash or when taken out but does take his time getting to the business at hand. He will use wee wee pads if he knows where they are.
Poopie was aged at 11 yrs but because of his prior life of neglect he may be a bit younger. We can’t be sure. He doesn’t like his face clipped but will let you wash it and will stand in the sink nicely for a shampooing. He loves getting towel dried too! He weighs in at about 10 lbs.
Poopie is a little frightened of other dogs and will act like a tough guy but then he’ll just wimp out. A meet and greet with other animals in the household is absolutely necessary!!!
He’s been through enough in his life and he’s such a sweet boy that we will only place him in the best of homes with someone who understands what he’s been through and will be patient with him learning to trust them.
Poopie has learned to scamper when we come in the house and when you call him with a funny “doggy cuteness” voice. He has come such a long way and just needs the right home to spend his golden years in comfort and with love.

Misha

Misha came to us as an owner surrender when her dad was being evicted from his home. It was a good thing we had room to get her right away! Her former dad said Misha had ear infections all the time. Well that was an understatement! Our vet looked at them and said they were the worst he had ever seen. She will be having a specialist do surgery on them, one at a time in the next few weeks. She’s going to feel so much better when they are all taken care of. While doing the pre-surgical tests, they found that she has a heart murmur and was started on medication. She will be fine now but she would have lived in pain for the rest of her life if we didn’t take her in.
Misha is so sweet even with all the pain she’s been in. She was all matted and a real mess when she got to her foster mom’s house and she went to the groomer and was just the best and sweetest little girl!
Whoever adopts our little princess will be very blessed to have her in their lives!
Misha is spayed and has all her vaccines. As we said she will be having her ear surgery and will be all better soon but she will need medication for her heart murmur for the rest of her life. She weighs around 8 lbs and is 7 years old

Champ and Lucky

Meet Champ and Lucky! These two are truly the sweetest Chi’s I’ve ever met! They came from a home that had 3 very large dogs also. Two of the big dogs wanted to snack on Lucky and Champ so the family asked us to find them a safe and loving home. Of course we said yes.
The boys were pretty confused and very scared when they first arrived. I would be too if this happened to me!!! They are getting comfortable now and have their own side room open to the living room so they see whats going on 🙂
They are both 4 yrs old, house broken, neutered and utd with vaccines.
They are actually not really barky for chi’s, not at all, but that could change.
We would prefer a home for them together. They have been together all their lives and are so little. They are both house trained, neutered and current on vaccinations.

Shamrock

Adorable little Shamrock lost his home when his elderly owner moved to an assisted living facility. He had a large growth on his head and we were told it was a tumor. After a medical consultation with our Vet it was determined that it was a hair cyst and not a dangerous tumor after all. Unfortunately, that isn’t the least of poor Shamrocks troubles. He soon after started having seizures and is exhibiting symptoms of dementia.  If we can find someone willing to adopt Shamrock that would be fabulous but it needs to be a good home with someone who is aware of the severity of his medical issues and willing to give 100% to him. Unfortunately we believe he might remain with us for the remainder of his life.
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Mela

Mela is a beautiful girl that was dumped on the streets of Hempstead NY. When she was picked up by animal control she was skin and bone and horribly neglected. What made it worse was that she has very poor eye sight and was just paralyzed with fear.
The shelter provided a safe warm place for her and treated her poor little body with healthy food, lots to drink and medicine to make her strong again. Sadly nothing could be done to bring her vision back.
As is typical with older dogs that have some special circumstances no one felt she was very adoptable so we were asked to step in and get her out of there so she could have the comfort of a quieter place.
Mela is Wee Wee pad trained and does have peripheral vision. She is very loving and really quiet. She wants nothing more than a lap to cuddle on, a warm bed and a good meal with some delicious treats to live out the rest of her days.
Mela is probably around 9 or 10, and is fully vetted now. She will give you love and ask very little in return.
Please consider Mela, she didn’t ask for the life she got and definitely didn’t deserve to be thrown away like yesterdays trash.
Mela is located in Freeport NY
Adoption fees apply.
Sponsor Mela

Mela

Mela is a beautiful girl that was dumped on the streets of Hempstead NY. When she was picked up by animal control she was skin and bone and horribly neglected. What made it worse was that she has very poor eye sight and was just paralyzed with fear.
The shelter provided a safe warm place for her and treated her poor little body with healthy food, lots to drink and medicine to make her strong again. Sadly nothing could be done to bring her vision back.
As is typical with older dogs that have some special circumstances no one felt she was very adoptable so we were asked to step in and get her out of there so she could have the comfort of a quieter place.
Mela is Wee Wee pad trained and does have peripheral vision. She is very loving and really quiet. She wants nothing more than a lap to cuddle on, a warm bed and a good meal with some delicious treats to live out the rest of her days.
Mela is probably around 9 or 10, and is fully vetted now. She will give you love and ask very little in return.
Please consider Mela, she didn’t ask for the life she got and definitely didn’t deserve to be thrown away like yesterdays trash.
Mela is located in Freeport NY
Adoption fees apply.

Ruby

Ruby was a medical case dog in a rural southern shelter. When we saw her picture we knew no one else would save her life so we didn’t hesitate to get her out of there and get her the medical treatment we could see she needed.
Ruby had suffered severe eye trauma and her eye had already ruptured and needed to be removed. She had also been bred over and over again so we knew a spay would be necessary as well. When she arrived in New York she was suffering horribly from infected and rotting teeth. This poor baby was on the verge of becoming septic and would have surely died if we didn’t get her.
Ruby is now completely healthy and ready for her new home. She is a little angel and loves cuddling with her human. Nothing makes her happier than being held and loved. She will give all the love she has in return. She is really a wonderful little girl and should have nothing but the best.
Ruby is between 7 and 9 at best guesstimate and weighs in at approximately 13 lbs. She is very quiet. She does need to eat separately from other dogs as she gets nervous that they will take her food and she likes to wander from bowl to bowl if allowed. Sometimes this can cause problems with other dogs.
Ruby is located in Freeport NY
Adoption fees do apply

Ruby

Ruby was a medical case dog in a rural southern shelter. When we saw her picture we knew no one else would save her life so we didn’t hesitate to get her out of there and get her the medical treatment we could see she needed.
Ruby had suffered severe eye trauma and her eye had already ruptured and needed to be removed. She had also been bred over and over again so we knew a spay would be necessary as well. When she arrived in New York she was suffering horribly from infected and rotting teeth. This poor baby was on the verge of becoming septic and would have surely died if we didn’t get her.
Ruby is now completely healthy and ready for her new home. She is a little angel and loves cuddling with her human. Nothing makes her happier than being held and loved. She will give all the love she has in return. She is really a wonderful little girl and should have nothing but the best.
Ruby is between 7 and 9 at best guesstimate and weighs in at approximately 13 lbs. She is very quiet. She does need to eat separately from other dogs as she gets nervous that they will take her food and she likes to wander from bowl to bowl if allowed. Sometimes this can cause problems with other dogs.
Ruby is located in Freeport NY
Adoption fees do apply

Rules For Adoption

An adoption application must be completed before any meet and greets or extensive information is given out. All of our animals are home fostered and we must be diligent about protecting our volunteers. Our adoption fees range from $0 to $500 and are determined on a per case basis. Our puppies that are to young to be spayed or neutered will be adopted out and a contract will be signed committing the adopter to perform the procedure as soon as the puppy is deemed ready by a veterinarian. This will be done no later than 6 months of age.
Our animals are rescues. We sometimes don’t know everything about the animal as they are usually in our care for a short period of time. We disclose EVERYTHING we are aware of at the time of adoption. We cannot be responsible for an issue that occurs weeks or months or years after the animal is adopted. Opening your heart and your home to a rescue animal is a commitment. It is not for as long as the dog is easy to care for, or, until you get tired of it. It is for the life of that animal. We will be very selective as to who we allow to adopt our angels. We expect you to be open and honest during the adoption process.

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