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Coco

I’m Coco and my life has been an interesting journey so far. My early years were spent at the end of a chain, until my owners moved and simply left me behind. Thankfully I was found and brought to the shelter where the volunteers taught me how to accept love because I was never properly socialized. During a vet visit, they discovered I had a life-threatening tumor and there was just a 50/50 chance I would survive surgery. So instead, I went to a foster home where I got to enjoy several months of lounging around and living the good life indoors, which I had never gotten to do before. However, my condition seemed to get worse and my foster mom suddenly had to move out of state. I came back to the shelter where they decided to try the surgery since I had finally gotten my shot at life in a warm home. The good news is that I survived and my tumors were benign! Now I’m looking for a family to start my new life with — one who will understand I have some quirks from my past, teach me the rules of the house so I know what’s expected of me, and give me time to warm up. I’m super silly though — I love to carry my pizza toy around everywhere I go, and I’ll make you laugh with my piggy grunts. I guarantee it will be love at first sight when you meet me!

Size: 60 lb.
Energy level: Low to medium
Kids: Ages 10+
Dogs: No thanks
Cats: No thanks

Amelia

I just cannot seem to catch a break, but I’m hoping someone can help me find my forever home! I came to the shelter as a stray after being hit by a car, and although I came out of that with minor scratches, I turned out to be heartworm positive. I went into a foster-to-adopt home where I underwent treatment — it wasn’t easy but now I’m heartworm-free! But then I was returned to the shelter because of circumstances outside my control, and it’s not my favorite. The staff here noticed something was wrong with my nails. The vet thinks it may be an autoimmune disorder, but thankfully that just means I have to take a medication for the rest of my life. I’m part of the shelter’s Forever Foster program where my medical needs will be covered — I just need a family to love me. Could it be yours?

Size: 85 lb.
Energy level: Medium
Kids: YES
Dogs: Not for me
Cats: Not for me

Aretha

Cute and cuddly is how most people would describe me! I’m a big personality in a small package, and I promise to sit in your lap daily. If you’re looking for a sweet cuddle buddy, I’m your girl! I love every person I meet and can’t wait for my forever home, so please come meet me!

Size: 45 lb.
Energy level: Medium
Kids: Yes
Dogs: Not for me!
Cats: No thanks!

Cardi

I’m a shy and sensitive girl who needs a little help coming out of my shell. Once you’re in my circle, you’re in for life and I’ll be the most affectionate dog you could ask for! I was found as a stray so the shelter doesn’t know much about my history, but they think I’m a very special dog looking for very special people. I would do best in a house with a yard and with people who are willing to work on my basic training. Please come meet me as the shelter life is very hard for me!

Size: 55 lb.
Energy level: Medium
Kids: Ages 15+
Dogs: Not for me!
Cats: Not for me!

Bo

I’ve heard quite a few times that I’m a “big boy” but that doesn’t stop me from wanting to sit in your lap! I’m 80 pounds of love and happiness, and at seven years old, I need out of the shelter! I’ll do anything for a treat, and I’ll be your best bud for life.

Size: 80 lb.
Energy level: Medium
Kids: Yes, but I’m strong!
Dogs: Not tested at shelter, but I’ve lived with some
Cats: Not yet tested

Molly

I’m a senior gal with a heart of gold who will make all your worries disappear. My favorite thing to do is put my head on your shoulders and cuddle. The outside world can be a bit scary for me, so I’ll need some patience with walking, but I’m a great family dog looking for a place to call my own.

Size: 65 lb.
Energy level: Medium to low
Kids: Yes
Dogs: Mellow dogs are best
Cats: Not for me!

Ruby

in foster

I was surrendered to the shelter after my babies were taken from me too soon, and I was still pretty upset about it. Since then, I’ve connected with the volunteers nicely and I’m looking forward to finding a family of my own that will give me all the attention I deserve! I have a very sweet demeanor and the volunteers think I have the potential to have doggy friends once I recover from losing my puppies. Please email EASadoptions@gmail.com if you’d like to meet me.

Size: 50 lb.
Energy level: Medium
Kids: Yes, please!
Dogs: Possibly, with some training
Cats: Not for me!

Indy

courtesy post

Courtesy post: Indy is a loyal pup with a heart of gold! She has been in our home for 2.5 years after adopting her from a family who tragically lost their son (Indy’s previous owner) and was not equipped to keep her. Indy was very attached to her previous owner and quickly grew to be the same with the male in our household as well. She is super affectionate, cuddly and loving. There’s nothing she loves more than to curl up on the couch with you at any time of the day. She is mellow inside the home, and crate-trained for night sleep (and loves her crate!). Indy does best in a low-key household where there are no other animals or children. She is very obedient and loves to work for treats. Unfortunately, our home is proving to not be a great fit for her anymore as we just had a baby, and Indy does not do well with small children. We have a few private training sessions left with a trainer we’ve been working with that we would gladly give to whoever adopts Indy. Please fill out this application if you’re interested in adopting her!

Bennett

in foster

I came to the shelter as a stray in September of 2018. I was scared and shut down, unsure of pretty much everything. After a few days, I started to come out of my shell and the volunteers fell in love with me. I’ve graduated from my basic obedience training at Working Out West K9. They were pretty awesome with me and got me to be the goofy boy I am today! I learned basic manners like “sit”, “down”, “stay”, “place”, “heel”, and so much more! I’m looking for a family who will continue to train me since I love it so much — someone with experience (or who’s willing to learn) would be ideal! Please email EASadoptions@gmail.com if you’d like to meet me.

Size: 65 lb.
Energy level: Medium
Kids: Ages 15+ & respectful
Dogs: No thanks!
Cats: No thanks!

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