Trial Placement


  • Hound mix,
  • female,
  • 5 years,
  • 45 lbs.

Named for the old fashioned cookies that her velvety coat so closely resembles, Gingersnap is as timid as she is beautiful. Gaining her trust requires great patience, but once she loves you, she really, really loves you. When she first arrived, Learn More >


  • Shih Tzu mix
  • male,
  • 11 years,
  • 16 lbs.

If we were to make a list of the “goodest boys ever,” Maxton would surely be near the top. He is such an easy keeper, all he wants to do is hang out near his people and go for short walks. He can usually be found resting in one of the many dog beds available, though he also enjoys some cuddles Learn More >


  • Lab mix,
  • female,
  • 9 years,
  • 43 lbs.

As soon as your eyes meet Myra’s, her tail starts wagging! After years of neglect, Myra has so much love to give. She loves to give kisses and will collapse in your lap as soon as she gets some well deserved butt scratches! The more comfortable she gets, the more her personality comes out. Learn More >


  • Jack Russell Terrier Mix?,
  • female,
  • 12 years,
  • 11 lbs.

Myrtle is one of the sweetest dogs you will ever meet. She loves to constantly be around people. When out for walks she is uninterested in the other dogs that greet her but will approach any person she passes and give them a lick in exchange for some pets. Learn More >


  • Bully mix,
  • male,
  • 1-2 years,
  • 70 lbs.

Rajah is a happy boy who would love to join you for a snuggle session, game of tug, or any of your outdoor activities! This boy is as sweet as they come and craves human affection. But if you can’t be with him all of the time, no worries, he settles very nicely into his crate and is happy to take a snooze until you’re ready to hang out again. Oh, and did we mention that he’s house trained? Learn More >


  • Beagle,
  • male,
  • ~10 years,
  • 30 lbs.

Thatch is a low-to-medium energy guy who wants nothing more than to cuddle up next to his person on the couch. As a beagle, he does enjoy having a walk where he can let his nose lead him around. Despite that, he is pretty good on a leash and not a puller. He does not need a ton of exercise, though, and much prefers a Kong and a nap. Learn More >