Beth Ann

Some dogs show us who they are right off the bat and some wait a couple weeks...lol
Beth (mighty mouse) is NOT good with other dogs. She can be in small doses but would definitely do better as the only dog in the home.
She is an English Bulldog/PitBull Terrier mix according to our vet. So she has two bully breeds in there and she is stubborn as heck (keeping it clean for this post). About 2 to 3 years old. 
She weighs about 35 lbs and is VERY short.
She LOVES people and couches and beds and car rides and food...But no other dogs in the home.
If you are looking to have just one dog, she is perfect.

Hayes

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Hayes - 5 year old American Eskimoo male. Hayes weighs 21 lbs. I love this dog! He is perfectly house trained, NEVER has an accident. He does okay with other dogs as long as they are not crazy hyper in your face dogs. Hayes has one flaw and one flaw only and that is he is timid with hand motions. This only last for a short time but he absolutely cannot go home with any children at all! he would do best in a home with structure and routine's as he has a little OCD himself. Likes his bed kept neat, his fur kept clean and his food tidy in his bowl. lol
He is very affectionate with his humans...But again terrified of hand movements and quick approaching things like kids.

Bailey

 

Look at this face will ya...HOW does he NOT have a home?

Bailey is the sweetest most loving dog ever. He loves his people,truly he does.

He is 7 years old and had a home but his love was not enough to keep his owner from leaving him behind when she moved.

Now he goes to doggie daycare everyday and waits for someone to pick him up at night to take him home.

Tigress

Tigress is a 9 year old Blue Healer female. Her owner was admitted into a nursing home that does not allow dogs so now she finds herself homeless. She is blind so she will be scared and reactive for the first couple weeks to get use to her new surroundings but once she is acclimated she is such a sweet girl.  She likes belly rubs too,. She has been fine with other dogs, doesn't really play so she would not like a young dog constantly bugging her to chase them.  A nice senior female would be perfect for her if she could pick her person out herself that is what she would choose. She is a very good dog and calm easy going girl.

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