Restricted Access to Adoption Area Oct. 14-25

From Oct. 14-25, staff members will need to escort guests to see dogs available for adoption due to facility maintenance work at the shelter. Thank you for your patience.

Look through our adoptable dogs to find the perfect match for you and your family. We assign each dog a breed and do our best to describe the dog’s personality.

You are welcome to fill out an online application for us to pre-approve and keep on file. Then, when your dream dog comes in, the adoption process will be much quicker!

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Breed: Terrier Mix/Beagle
Age: 6 YEARS
Sex: Spayed
Size: MED
Shelter Name: SOPHIE
Shelter ID: 102874
Description: My name is Sophie, and boy am I happy to meet you! I'm a lovely petite lady of about 35lbs looking for a new family to call my own! And when I say "to call my own", I really do mean all mine! I need a new family where I will be your one and only dog, who also doesn't have any cats in the household. I love people, and am oh so friendly with people everywhere! I'm just not a fan of sharing my people with other dogs. I will do best in a home who has had experience with reactive dogs in the past, and is willing to work on my training to improve my dog manners. Also, I have a lovely singing voice, and occasionally I just love to sing! Who doesn't like to sing?! I've been told that I likely won't do well living in an apartment, because neighbors may not enjoy my occasional singing. It's the beagle in me, what can I say?! Children in the home should be 13 years or older, just because I can be a bit wiggly and throw my weight around a bit. I also will need to be walked on a harness, as my throat gets irritated when I'm walked by my collar. If you're looking for a new, happy-go-lucky lady to call your own, look no further! I can't wait to meet you! Restrictions: Children 13+, No Cats, No Dogs, No Apartments

Many of our dogs come in as strays, which means we know very little about their background or true temperament. The information provided is based on what we have observed while the dog is in our care. Because of this, we cannot assure you that a particular animal will always have appropriate behavior with children, cats, or other dogs. These behaviors can evolve over time and often not exhibited in the shelter.

We encourage you to research the dog breed you are interested in, as every breed has certain characteristics and behaviors. Please be sure those breed characteristics will fit in with you and your family’s lifestyle.

*This site is updated once a day, so please note some dogs may have been adopted during that time.

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