This cute little male Cattle Dog is neutered , house broken and ready to meet his new family!
He is six years old, great with kids and other dogs and he loves to go for walks.
Two year old neutered male Pitbull who is the sweetest dog EVER according to his trainer and foster mom. He’s great with all dogs and children, loves to be cuddled and he lays his head on your shoulder while sleeping on your lap. He is underweight at 56 lbs, but gaining weight nicely.
He is currently recovering from wounds caused as a result of being owned by terribly inhumane monsters who do not belong on this planet. He is safe and happy now.
Mister Ulysses is looking for his forever home! Hes a 4 year old large red doberman who is neutered, vaccinated, potty trained, dog friendly, kid friendly and he has been in training for 2 weeks. Hes a big lover and fairly a mellow guy. He will play with toys and dogs but he mostly enjoys being loved on.
Uylsses would best be fit for a home with no other large male dogs. He has a past where he had to survive on the streets of mexico. He was rescued in very poor health condition and it took him months of recovery. He has over come many obstacles in his short 4 years and all he wants is a loving place to call home.
Call if interested in adopting this handsome guy.
Liam is a 1 year old male Aussie mix. Great temperment, three legs due to an accident that resulted in amputation of his right hind leg. He is SO GREAT! Loves people and gets along with dogs.
Velma and Daphne
What we love about these two shy beauties, is how much they love other dogs. That is definitely a theme for us at Thrive- we try our best to find dogs who like dogs as much as we do. We knew it would be some time before they were ready for adoption, so we sent them to Dusty Tails Lodge to get them acclimated to life among human kindness, and now, several months later, they are coming around. Here is Marlie’s report on the girls.
“These girls came to us when they were around 12-14 weeks old. They were beyond terrified and wanted nothing to do with people. They were perfectly happy being in their crates and being left alone. We gave them some time to acclimate to their new environment and then had them take turns each day being in a crate in the middle of the house, so they could get used to all the sounds, and sights that go along with being in a household with people and other dogs. We started to notice they loved to be around the other dogs, it was the humans they were very afraid of. If out in the yard with the other dogs they would run and play but as soon as they realized we were around they would scatter and run for their crates. I took turns attaching them to my waist and having them follow me all over the house and I would give them treats all day long. This really helped form a closer and more trusting bond with the girls.”