All applicants will be required to complete and submit the Adoption Application found on the website.
Please return to our Homepage, look on the left hand side for ADOPTION APPLICATION, complete and contact Jacolyn at firstname.lastname@example.org for forwarding instructions.
Great News - Scruffy's Been Adopted!
Meet Scruffy -
people moved and left him in the empty house. He
is estimated to be around 10 years old
neutered, heart worm negative, current on his
vaccinations, house trained, sweet personality, easy
going, low energy level and good with other dogs.
For more information about providing Scruffy with a
forever home, contact The
Little Pink Shelter where he is now in good hands.
For more information, please contact Holly at
Foster is 6 months old, has his shots and is in good
health. IAnd the good news is
Connor was found in a shelter.
He is about 4 years old, approximately 8" tall x 15"
long. He weighs 19 lbs. He walks very well on a
leash and is for the most part housebroken. He has
only had 2 accidents in the past couple of weeks,
both of them right by the back door.
Buster & Ginger are litter mates, born in 2002.
Buster (neutered) is a pepper male and Ginger (spayed)
is a mustard female.
Sadly, their breeder/owner recently passed away and we
are looking for a home which will take both as we feel
it would be unthinkable to part them at this time of
They are both house and leash trained, they are most
affectionate with children and used to cats and
other dogs. They are up-to-date with their shots
and medical care. They are both very
healthy. Medical records are available.
For more information please contact Jacolyn at
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This is Bert.
The people who found him on a busy street have
advertised for his family to come for him to no
They have contacted everyone they know in the hopes
of finding him a home and finally emailed us to see
if we could help.
Bert saw a vet last week who estimated his age at 7.
He is neutered and we started his vaccinations. He has a couple of small
growths - one on his thigh and one above his eye.
DDTRL will pay Vet bills to have the growths removed
if it is deemed necessary. He also has a slight
heart murmur-no symptoms, it could just be heard on
exam. He is heartworm negative.
His rescuer states: ..."he is housebroken so I
believe he was a house pet. His coat looks like
someone tried to cut it at home so it is not very
even. He is very laid back and sweet. He likes to be
near you, but not in your lap. For a stray dog he is
very friendly, but not overly affectionate. I think
over time as his situation is more stable he could
become very affectionate. I just think he is a
The vet staff called him a cute little guy who
appears to get along with both other dogs and cats.
My name is Olive
My name is Matthew. I am about 2 years old and weigh
approximately 20 lbs.
I am a very
lucky dog – really I am! You see I was in a kill
shelter in Houston, Texas and was due to be
euthanized. Luckily for me my foster mom saw me,
recognized my potential under all my matted fur and
While I was in
the shelter I contracted distemper and 3 weeks after
coming to my foster mom I became very ill. I was in
ICU at the Vet’s for several weeks but I pulled
through. I am a very determined Dandie and didn’t
want to go to the Rainbow Bridge after I had tasted
some of the good life at foster mom’s…and she loves
me so much I felt I had to do my best to recover for
I am better
now and ready to strut my stuff – but the distemper
left me with a slight head twitch (which actually
looks as though I am agreeing with everything you
say!) and there is a small chance that, in time, I
might develop seizures because of the distemper. If
this should happen, they could easily be controlled
with supportive meds.
You can see
why I consider myself to be so lucky?
Hi - My Name is Alfie
Hello, Once I was sad but not anymore. I recently left for my new forever home. And, the best part is, not only do I have some wonderful new people to care for me, they have a HOUSEFUL of dog toys...and they're mine, all mine!
Thanks to my wonderful foster mother and her family, but there’s “no place like home” is there?