Adoptable dogs

All dogs are spayed/neutered, heartworm negative, microchipped, and up to date on vaccines unless otherwise noted. Home visits and meet and greets with other animals in the home are required prior to adoption. Placement of animals is not first come first serve, but is determined by who we believe will be the best fit both for the animal and their new family. Click on the adoption tab above for a link to our adoption application, and feel free to contact us with any questions!



Steph spent over four months at animal control before coming to stay with her foster family, who absolutely love her. She is super playful, but loves to cuddle, gets along with all her doggie friends, but would prefer a home with no cats. She is about 50 pounds and about 5 years old. She is also completely house trained. Steph loves car rides and long walks on the beach. Everyone who meets her loves her, and we’re confident you will too!



Jax is a fun, playful little guy. His pictures don't show very well, but he is a beautiful light brindle color. He gets along with dogs, cats and kids. Even though is still young, we don’t think he’ll get much bigger than he is now – about 40 pounds. He walks well on a leash and is housetrained. He is just 9 months old, and he is healthy, happy, and ready for a for his forever home. 



This is Talisha. She's had a rough hand dealt to her in her short life--she's heartworm positive, and needs surgery on one of her legs. Thanks to a group effort--fundraising by Cheri Martin, support from Amy Warner and Genesee County Animal Control, and a dedicated foster, she now has a happy future to look forward to. She's about a year and a half, and a super playful, friendly, happy little dog, weighing in just over 40 pounds. She does have a high prey drive, so a cat free home will be best for her once she's ready for adoption.



Doodle is a big, strong, fantastic boy with great manners - he doesn't jump, he takes treats gently, and he is housetrained. He was struggling in the shelter after being overlooked for four months, so we got him into a foster home to relax and just be able to be loved and cared for while he waits for his forever home, where he's doing fantastic and loved by everyone he meets. Doodle should do well with other dogs with a proper introduction. Doodle is a good boy waiting patiently for the perfect family to love him.



Brenda is our most recent foster addition. She will be starting heartworm treatment shortly and we are grateful to her foster family for giving her the chance to recuperate in a loving environment. Brenda is a total lover and we are glad to have her join the pack.



Eva is about 3 years old, fixed,and up to date on shots. She was very scared at the shelter, and her foster mom has done wonders for building up her confidence. She walks great on a leash, and her ideal home would include older kids and smaller dogs for friends. She also loves America.



Bernie is about 2 years old. His foster family had a DNA test done and he’s half Staffy, 12% lab, 12% pointer, and 12% boxer. He is current on shots and heartworm negative. He was stressed at animal control, so we got him into a foster home to relax and get some love and attention, but now he’s ready now for a long term relationship. Could you be the one?



Jack is a lab mix. Smart, affectionate, and eager to please. He is well mannered and walks well on a leash. He is only about a year old and will make a great family companion. Jack hates gardening.



Kitty is our first feral dog experience. She is only about a year old, and weighs about 40 pounds. She came to us in November underweight and terrified. We had to carry her outside during her first week with us. She has made dramatic improvements since then, but we are still working on building up her confidence with people. She absolutely loves her doggie friends and gets along with cats well too. Aside from her shyness, she is otherwise in great health and a great dog, and will be available for adoption soon. Don't mention her underbite - she's sensitive about it.