Meet Honey Bear! She is fun, playful, and absolutely LOVES to play with other dogs. She was feral for the first year of her life, and is still EXTREMELY shy around all people, especially new ones. She couldn't be touched for a long time. She will now take treats out of your hand, but she won't wait around to be pet. She still needs a lot of work with trusting humans, but is learning from her foster dog siblings. She's ready for the next stage: a home of her very own. She's going to be extremely nervous around people, and will need a home with AT LEAST one other young dog. She's happiest and most comfortable when she's running around, playing with other dogs in her yard.
She needs a quiet, patient, understanding home, somewhere she can continue learning to live in a house that is safe and warm and with people that love her. She's done great adjusting in her foster home. If you put in the time and patience, Honey is the sweetest, m...read more about Honey
Boyd is an 8 year old Lab mix, he currently weighs 50 pounds. His owner couldn't care for him and he released him to us for help.
Boyd is about 10 pounds underweight, he's anemic and was covered in fleas. We did some extra bloodwork on him to make sure he was going to be ok. Once we get him healthy he will be neutered.
Boyd is a super sweet boy but is a little shy when you first meet him. He needs a home where someone is home more often than not. Of course he would like to have a snuggle buddy too.
If you would like to meet Boyd please fill out an application from our website.
Kortnie is a precious girl who has had a rough life. She is a 3 year old Great Pyrenees and only weighs 43 pounds. An adult female GP should weigh between 85 and 115 pounds.
She was rescued from a dangerous situation by two kind hearted animal lovers. We rushed Kortnie to the vet's office because we could tell she was in bad shape. This sweet girl was covered in fleas and ticks. You could feel her ribs through her fur, she was starving. Kortnie is heart worm positive, she tested negative for lyme's disease but she needs to be rechecked in a couple months. She had a bad case of hook worms that we treated her for. Kortnie will start her heart worm treatment soon. We need an experienced foster home for her where she can stay while having her treatment. She will need to be kept calm due to the chance of throwing a blood clot while on this heart worm treatment.
Kortnie can walk on her own but once y...read more about Kortnie
UPDATE: Pooh Bear's leg wasn't healing properly so unfortunately the only thing left to do was amputate his leg. He is healing well and is learning to walk as a tripod.
Pooh Bear is a special boy. He is an Australian Shepherd mix and is a giant teddy bear. We think he is about 9 years old and is underweight for his breed.
Pooh Bear has been hanging out at a house in VA for 2 years now. We have been trapping all of his puppies and have adopted out almost all of them. We didn't take him right away because we figured the puppies were staying there because he was there.
The home owner called us and said that Pooh Bear wasn't putting any weight on his front leg. We rushed over and had to catch him, he wasn't happy and gave us a fight but we weren't letting him get away with being injured. Our vet examined him immediately and found that he broke both the bones in his front leg. It must have h...read more about Pooh Bear