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Pandora is a 5 year old female who was surrendered to a local animal control after being tossed around to multiple homes over the course of her life. She was immediately vetted, is heartworm negative and up to date on rabies and distemper vaccines. So far she is very calm, quiet and timid but sweet. It is apparent she recently whelped puppies and is extremely underweight. Currently, she weighs 95lbs. Pandora transitioned to her foster home this evening and we will update once we know more. Pandora needs to settle in, gain some weight, and will be spayed prior to adoption.

If you would like more information on our adoption requirements and applications, please see info here.




Riley, our newest intake, is almost 9 months old, a very chill personality so far and good with other dogs and cats. Her owner unexpectedly had to leave the country for an unknown amount of time (greater than 1yr) and we made arrangements to take Riley into our care at their request. Updates to come as we get to know her more.
More info to come as we get to know her better.

If you would like more information on our adoption requirements and applications, please see info here.



Sam is a courtesy listing for another rescue. You can visit their website here:

https://petrescuealliance.com/adopt/adoption-application/ adoption application link 

For general inquiries, please contact: umadean@petrescuealliance.com

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Sam is a 6 year old Great Dane who is a very sweet boy. He is 171 pounds of LOVE! If he had his way, he would sleep with you all night long! He gets along with dogs that are as small as a Chihuahua, as large as another Great Dane, and all sizes in between. He likes taking walks, going on car rides, and anything that can be done with his humans! He is house trained AND good on a leash. He is UTD on his shots, neutered, and heart worm negative! We recommend him to a home without small children, as he doesn't always know his size.

Sam just wants a comfy home where he can lay his head and be around his human. Will it be you?

Sam is generally not destructive and can be left free in the home