Adoption Application:



Indy is so excited to meet you, you and you! He loves everyone he meets! He is a young adult weighing in at 35 pounds. When he was surrendered the original owner said he was a German Shepherd/Heeler mix. While many feel sorry for him when they meet him, he does not see it that way! He radiates positivity and happiness. He loves everyone he has ever met. He loves dogs that love to play with him. He likes to chase the kitties in his home but will not hurt them. He does wish his people would never leave the house and prefers to never leave your side. Indy was originally an owner surrender to a rescue group in Kentucky because his needs were more than the breeder could handle. Indy suffers from Swimmers Syndrome. Swimmers Syndrome is a rare condition in which a puppy is unable to physically stand or walk, but instead lies flat on its chest and abdomen with hind legs extended behind and its forelegs extended to the front and/or sides. The only motion the puppy is capable of is paddling its limbs as though it is swimming. Indy is able to stand on his front legs and pull himself around that way. With his dragging and trying to stand, at times he does develop some sores and skin shearing and his hind limbs need to be wrapped or wearing sleeves/pants at all times. Because of his lack of muscle he does not have a lot of bladder control so he wears belly bands and because he drags his butt he wears a diaper. He has an easy therapy routine to maintain his range of motion and some swimming therapy to help maintain his strengthening. Indy is available for someone who is dedicated to learning his routine. We know that Indy may not be a great fit for every household but we know his perfect family is out there and he cannot wait to show them his sparkling personality and stunning smile!

Aren’t in a position to adopt this special boy but would love to support him? Check out his Amazon Wishlist! All supplies purchased from the wishlist will be sent directly to his foster’s home!

**Indy’s adoption fee has been sponsored In Loving Memory of Peter Neveu.**







Sampson is 5 years old and weighs around 60 pounds. His ideal home would be with someone who is dog savvy and can help him navigate his anxiety. New people and places can be overwhelming for him, but given adequate time and patience Sampson will warm up. His caretakers have grown to love the happy boy we know today. Once you get through his exterior, Sampson will show you his goofy and playful side. Creating a trusting bond is important in Sampson living a happy, healthy life. He gravitates to people who can provide a leadership role with him. Being an insecure guy, decisions can be overwhelming for him, so he relies on guidance from his human. Sampson knows all of his basic obedience, walks great on leash, and is crate and house trained. He really enjoys being outside, whether it be soaking up the sun, or hitting a hiking trail. He would do best as an only pet, and in a home with no children. Sampson is a good blend of chill and playful. If you’re looking for an outdoor adventure buddy who also appreciates some down time, Sampson just may be the perfect pup for you!

We want both Sampson and his adopter to be successful, so we are including training sessions for any potential adopters. Though he requires some patience, Sampson is a really great dog and would make a wonderful addition to someone’s home.

Sampson is currently staying at our rescue facility and would love to find a foster home while he waits for a forever home. Click the link below to learn more about our fostering program.

**Sampson’s adoption fee is being sponsored by a volunteer.**





Our boy Brutus is still on the hunt for his second chance at a forever family! Mr. Brutus was originally adopted from us as a puppy about two years ago and he has once again landed in our care after having behavioral issues in his adoptive home.  Brutus is now about 3 years old, just under 20 pounds, and a DNA test showed him to be a Chihuahua/Belgian Malinois mix. “Small dog with a large personality” really rings true when it comes to Brutus with his high intelligence, an eagerness to work and be challenged, and his desire for human companionship.

Brutus has been in his foster home for a year and has gone through a 5 week board-and-train program with our friend Stephanie at the Beckett School. During his training, he has become very familiar with tools that will be essential for his every day life to help him keep a healthy state of mind and make good choices. Any interested adoptive home will be required to continue the use of these tools, experience isn’t required, but is definitely a bonus! An open mind to training tools and balanced training methods is a must. He has made amazing improvements since his board and train and we are so proud of him! Brutus is what we can best describe as a Sour Patch kid. He can be sweet, but he can also be sour. He struggles with food reactivity, resource guarding, and some other occasional cranky episodes that come mostly at night time, (waking up from a nap, not wanting to go in his crate) which his foster mom refers to as his night time “scaries”. He has not had one of these episodes in a couple months and is doing great!   Brutus is a great little adventure buddy and is always up for a walk, run, hike, or any other kind of activity his humans are up for. He loves being challenged mentally as well as physically and enjoys learning new tricks or working on the ones he already knows. He is also great when going on car rides and just sits back to enjoy the ride. Brutus has mastered the “place” command and while he is out of his kennel, spends most of his time inside relaxing in his “place” and practicing being calm and not letting himself get too over stimulated. Naps are one of his favorite activities and he makes some pretty funny noises while yawning. He is continuing to work through his food reactivity and resource guarding by practicing the “out” command daily. His favorite activity outside is grabbing a tennis ball or any toy and running around the yard with it in his mouth. Unlike a lot of us, Brutus loves the snow and will run around in the snow and chase after snowballs! After some extended decompression time, Brutus has been co-existing with the dogs in his foster home and has done very well with them under close supervision, although he prefers dogs closer to his size. He likes to chase and be chased by his four-legged friends and just likes to feel like one of the gang. Brutus would do well co-existing with other dogs as long as they respect his space.

Brutus would do best in a home with adults only. An active and structured home is his best fit, and a family that is 100% committed to keeping his training going throughout his life. Any leniency in this can create set backs and an environment that Brutus will take advantage of and will continue to act out in. He would love to do agility classes, obedience classes or other activities that help stimulate his busy mind. A home with a fenced in yard would be ideal to help him get as much exercise as possible. He truly is a great, quirky, little dog for the right home. He may be a challenging dog, but he is 100% worth it, he deserves a second chance at having a home. If you are looking for an adventure friend and feel like your home is the right environment for Brutus to continue to live a happy life, please fill out an application today!





Meet Bonny! Bonny is a 2 year old, 50 pound Terrier mix who was originally pulled from the Harris County Animal Shelter in Houston, TX. She traveled to Wisconsin in May where she continues to search for a forever home. She has completed a board and train program with our trainer and now has the tools to help her be a respectable girl. Bonny has a lot of great qualities. She is fully comfortable being crated, and is completely potty trained. She would do best in a home with no other pets. As far as we know she has not been exposed to children. She is very intelligent and has all of her basic obedience down pat. Bonny knows sit, stay, down, heel, and has great recall. She enjoys going for walks, car rides, playing with toys and being outside. Bonny is such a little love, and will take advantage of any opportunity to snuggle with her humans. She will require patience from her people as she gets acclimated. Bonny thrives with structure and consistency, and it will be important she gets this in her forever home. She is looking for an active family who is willing to continue on with her training while she searches for her forever family.

**Bonny’s adoption fee has been sponsored In Loving Memory of Peter Neveu.**






Oakley is still on the search for his new family! He came all the way up to Wisconsin from Texas on the search for a new family! He is about 2 years old and weighs 45 pounds. Oakley is thought to be a lab mix, but his breed is a best guess! Oakley is one smart cookie and has made amazing progress at his foster home. He already knows commands like “sit”, “stay”, “place”, “break”, “lay down”, and knows his name! His fosters say he is working on “heel” and “leave it” also and making progress! He can be best described as a high energy social butterfly that loves meeting new people. He is very playful and curious and loves to play with toys and go for walks. His foster family reports that he LOVES car rides and if it were up to him, he would spend the entire day outside. After being active and energetic all day, he is down for a snuggle session with his people. He has also spent some quality time around other dogs and has done really well playing with them and enjoys their company! Oakley has come a long way when it comes to crate training and being on a leash. He has improved so much with his crate training and only protests if there is someone in the home that he doesn’t know. Oakley has also improved so much on a leash with some training tools and lots of practice. His ideal family would be one that will continue to work with him on his training. He can get pretty excited when meeting new people and has a tendency to jump up on people so would do best in a home with older children. He would love a home with an active family and would also love a fenced in yard to help him run around and get rid of some excess energy. If you are an active family looking for an equally active adventure buddy and are ready to continue working with him on his training, Oakley is the perfect match for you!






Meet Mark! Mark is full of personality and always up for a good time! He is 4 years old and currently weighs 60 pounds. Mark is fully crate and potty trained. He is known to seek out his crate out anytime he wants to take a nap, and views it as his safe, calm space. He appreciates a good fetch session, and absolutely loves tennis balls. Mark is a good blend of active and chill. He would thrive with someone who can fulfill him both physically and mentally. When Mark has gotten his energy out, he is always down for a cuddle session. Mark is looking for a foster or adopter who can provide him with the structure and consistency he needs to be the best boy possible. Mark has high prey drive to small animals. Because of this, he would do best in a home as an only dog, and will need a fenced in yard. He is eager to please, and such a smart pup. He loves every human he encounters, and is just an all around happy dude. Because of his overzealous greetings, we think a home with older children or none at all would be best for him. He is hard at work on his obedience and leash skills. Mark is making great strides, and would love to find someone who can continue on with his training. Mark enjoys time outside, soaking up the sun and being with his people. There is so much to love about Mark, and he would be grateful to find someone who is willing to open their heart and home to him. He is sure to win you over with that perfect Pittie smile!  *Mark is available for foster or adoption!*




Timbo! – PENDING!

Meet Timbo, the talkative Chihuahua! This handsome gent is about 7 years old and weighs in at 10lbs! Timbo loves to spend his days in the laps of anyone who will snuggle with him. He is an equal opportunity snuggler! Timbo loves to sing “Happy Birthday” and is pretty talkative about other things in his life; especially when he’s rolling around on his back. He gets little spurts of playfulness and they are just the cutest!

He is currently fostered with 3 bigger dogs and a cat. He has done well with all but does appreciate that they give him space when needed. Timbo is crate trained and sleeps comfortably and quietly in his crate. He does well with house training but should be kept on a consistent schedule for potty breaks.

Timbo would do well in a home with or without other dogs. He would love a lap to lay on and a cozy blanket to snuggle up in! He also loves a good kong stuffed with a little bit of goodness! Does Timbo sound like the dog for you? Apply today!

Timbo’s adoption fee is sponsored by Buddy’s Vets.






Kalie and her adorable ears can’t wait for you to learn a little more about her! She is about 7 months old, is a Shepherd mix and weighs 40 pounds. She may be small now, but she will be a medium to large sized pup when fully grown. Kalie is now fully potty trained in her foster home and she will continue to do well with a structured schedule and routine in her new home as well!

This sweet girl loves people and other dogs, but can be nervous at first when meeting them, but warms up pretty quickly once she has had time to assess the situation. She has really been enjoying riding in the car and working on basic commands with her foster mom! Kalie is a very smart pup and has already mastered the art of walking on a leash and is a great listener! She is currently fostered with other dogs and cats, and has been around kids ages 5-teens and does great with everyone. She sometimes chases the cats if they run away, but redirects well if told “no”. She loves to play with dog friends and would love a home that has another dog that likes to play as well. Kalie is a chewer so needs lots of options for toys to chew on to keep her busy, but her foster says she has done great as long as she gets plenty of exercise and at least one daily walk. She has really caught on to playing fetch which has helped get her extra energy out.

This special girl will need a home that has breed experience and is ready to enroll her in training classes. Patience, a good routine/structure, and exercise will also be a requirement for Kalie’s adoptive home. If this sounds like a good fit for you, fill out an application for Kalie today!





Meet Phoebe ❤️

Phoebe is a beautiful 4 year old mix breed girl who is currently looking for a place to grow some roots. Unfortunately, Phoebe hasn’t had a lot of stability in her short life, and is hoping to find someone who can show her compassion and patience as she gets acclimated to a new home. The key to Phoebe’s heart is a relationship built on trust. Her initial response is shyness, but given adequate time, Phoebe will show you her soul is pure gold and be your best friend. We have witnessed Phoebe blossom in the short time she has been with her foster family. She greets her humans with full body wags, and affectionately will nudge their hands when she wants more scratches. Phoebe enjoys playing with toys, appreciates a good bone to chew on, and a good nap in her dog bed. We are so happy with her progress, and would love for her to take the next step in finding her forever home!

Phoebe is full grown at 54 pounds. She is crate and potty trained. Phoebe does best with male dogs, and wouldn’t be a good candidate for a home with another female dog. She is currently fostered with a male large breed dog, and a cat. Phoebe does not like to share food, toys or bones with other animals, so it will be important that she gets these resources when she is separated from the other dogs or cats in the home. Phoebe is an insecure girl, and does require slow intros to other dogs. She would be most successful with another mellow canine friend who can be respectful of her space when she needs it. Phoebe really enjoys the cat in her foster home and will engage in play. She has no issues with people and is very respectful. Due to her fearfulness, Phoebe is looking for a home with no small children. She is nervous in the car and of passing cars while out on a walk. Her foster family is working her through these things, but it will take time, commitment, and consistency from her humans. We would love to offer her forever family some training sessions to continue to help Phoebe navigate her fear and insecurities. She currently knows her basic commands including sit, down, kennel up, and place. She is a smart girl, and responds to direction well. Phoebe is currently on Apoquel and a fish based diet to combat her allergies. She has responded beautifully to her new regimen and her coat is already looking so much better. Phoebe is feeling great, and has a new lease on life. She would love to find a calm, safe place to call her own. Give Phoebe a shot and you are sure to be rewarded with a companion who will make your days a little bit brighter! 🥰





Meet Oliver! ❤️

Oliver is 6 months old and currently weighs 25 pounds. He still has some growing to do, but we estimate he will be medium-large in size. Oliver came to us from our friends at the Angleton Animal Shelter. He is currently fostered with other dogs, big and small, older children, and a cat. Oliver enjoys the company of other dogs very much. He is still learning social cues from his four legged friends, and needs to be reminded to take a break. He does very well with both of the dogs in his foster home and loves to play. He is very curious about the cat. He will playfully bark and try to engage. Oliver is still learning how to interact with friends of the feline kind, and will need continued guidance in a forever home that has cats. Oliver is crate trained, and doing fantastic with potty training. He is currently on a schedule that works well for him, and is catching on to alerting his foster family when he needs to go out by sitting by the door. Oliver loves people of all ages. He is still a puppy, and gets excited when meeting new friends.

Oliver can be described as playful, social, active, and affectionate. He is very motivated which makes training fun. He would benefit from someone who can help him learn manners when greeting guests, tackling his obedience, and walking on leash. Oliver is eager to learn, has a sweet, loving demeanor, and adores his humans very much! His perfect home would include someone who is active and also appreciates time spent outdoors. Could this lovable pup be the perfect match for you? Apply today!




Meet Blair! ❤️

Blair came to us after she wound up in Angleton Animal Shelter. We don’t know much about her story, but she has adjusted to life in her foster home and is ready to make the leap to a forever home! Blair is 6 months old and currently weighs 30 pounds. Her breeds are unknown, but we estimate she will be medium-large in size when full grown. Blair is such a sweet girl. She can be a bit timid when meeting new friends, but warms up quickly. She loves other dogs, and humans of all ages. Blair is very submissive and respectful of other dogs, and enjoys playing very much! She is doing good with crate training, and potty training with the schedule her foster family has her on. Blair has been exposed to cats and seemed to do well, but has not lived with any as far as we know. She is an active girl and loves to get out for walks. Blair can be overzealous when meeting guests, and is still learning how to appropriately greet new friends. She is very puppy, and still learning the ropes!

Blair has a big personality and can be described as animated and silly. She is a toy enthusiast, and has no problem entertaining herself. She is very affectionate and will happily curl up in your lap if allowed. She would love to find someone who can commit to training and ensuring she gets appropriate exercise. Blair would make a perfect companion for someone who is active. She appreciates getting outside to explore. She would love a canine companion, but would also be fine as an only dog. Blair has so much potential and would love to join your family for all your fun adventures!




Harper! – PENDING!

Meet Harper! ❤️

This little cutie was born on 12/4/2023 and is a whopping 4 pounds. Our best guess on breeds would be a Chihuahua/ Terrier mix. Harper and her siblings, Hank & Hazel, we surrendered to us after living outside. Sadly, some of their littermates didn’t make it, but Harper is healthy and ready to find her forever home. She has been such a good pup for her foster family! She does well in her crate, and is still getting the hang of potty training. She is young, and will need to learn all things puppy. Harper isn’t a big fan of the cold, but when the weather is nice she enjoys going for walks and spending time outside. She loves the company of other dogs, and is very respectful and playful. She is also great with cats, and can often be found cuddling with the cat in her foster home. Due to her size, she would do best with older children. Harper can be a little shy when meeting people, but it doesn’t take her long to get comfortable and show you her adorable, playful personality.

Despite being a puppy, Harper is pretty mellow. She would do best with someone who is with her often. She would not be a good candidate for someone who works long hours, and will require a mid day potty break. Harper is a typical little dog who loves nothing more than curling up in your lap. She is very easy going, and would make a great addition to just about any household.




Hazel! – PENDING!

This tiny little nugget is ready to find her new family! Hazel is a chihuahua/terrier mix, weighs in at 4.5 pounds and was born on 12/4/2023 so she is still very young. Hazel and her siblings were surrendered to us in Texas after living in poor conditions, and we are so happy we were able to help them on the next step in their journey.

Hazel is thriving and doing so well in her foster home! She can be a bit shy at first when meeting new people, so a little patience is appreciated while she gets the courage to make new friends. Once she warms up to humans, she loves to snuggle and be held. She does pretty well in her kennel, she will cry for a little bit but eventually settles down and keeps her crate clean! Hazel is currently fostered with a large dog and is very submissive, but does get the zoomies and acts so silly to try to get his attention. She is also fostered with cats and is very curious but does not try to chase them.

Hazel is a big fan of playing with her toys and loves chewing on chew toys. Some of her other favorite activities include naps, car rides, and visiting pet friendly places with her foster family. Since she is still a young puppy, and she will need to continue working on her potty training. Her foster reports that she is potty pad trained but will need to keep working on going potty outside.

Her ideal home would be an active family that is ready to help socialize and train this girl to be the best pup she can be! She would also do well in a home with another dog closer to her size so she would have a playmate! If you think Hazel sounds like she would be a good fit for your home, apply today!





Meet sweet little 1 year old Chihuahua mix, Brie! She was dumped near a freeway in Texas and had waited over a week for her family to come back for her before some kind rescue friends of ours worked their tails off to trap her and get her to safety. They quickly discovered what an awesome little dog she is and knew she was destined to find a great family up in Wisconsin.

Brie does so well in her kennel, she eats in there, goes in it to nap, and is quiet in there when her foster family is away. She is still working on potty training, but has done well with a regular schedule and routine in her foster home. Brie gets very nervous while meeting new people and will hide and bark. Introductions to new people should be done at her pace, slow introductions and patience are key to being friends with this little one. Once she has warmed up, she is lovable and wants lap time on the couch. She would do great with a family that is ready to help her build her confidence and work on her socializing skills.

Brie is fostered with a dog her size and with a cat. She is curious about the cat but does not attempt to interact with her very much or bother her. Brie and her puppy foster sister play really well together and enjoy hanging out together, although she requires slow introductions, she would likely do well with another dog her size in the home! She is such a smart, playful pup and she enjoys learning new tricks. She knows “sit”, “down”, “shake”, “come”, and her name.

She loves playing with toys and will take all of the toys out of the toy bin and have a field day with them. Brie loves wrestling with her foster sister, walks great on a leash, and can be such a goofy and lovable girl once she warms up and gets comfortable. Loud noises and sudden movements make her nervous and she will run and hide. She would do great with a family that can take things slow with her and give her the patience she needs to feel comfortable! Could it be yours?




Birdie! – PENDING!

Say Hello to Birdie! She is our new little tripod that just arrived last week from her long trek from Texas and is ready to find her forever family! She is about 1.5 years old, weighs just over 7 pounds, and is a Chihuahua mix. This poor Texas gal was found in someone’s driveway with part of her front leg and some toes from her other front leg missing and only weighed 4 pounds. Animal control was called to get her to help and she was brought right away to Hope Animal Hospital. She stayed there for several days and once we were able to get her into a foster home, she built up her strength to be able to have surgery to remove the rest of her leg. She also ended up being Heartworm positive and has gone through so much in her short life so far, but she is truly thriving and living her best life thanks to the care and dedication of her foster home in Texas.

She has been doing great in her foster home up here in Wisconsin too! Her foster mom reports that she does wonderfully in her kennel, goes in there without any issues, is quiet and keeps the kennel clean! Birdie is currently in a home with two large labs and a cat and does well with everyone but does prefer to have slow introductions as she can be a bit cautious when first meeting new animals and people. She is curious but respectful with the cat she is living with and loves running around her to try and get her to play. Although it may take her a few interactions to be comfortable around humans and dogs, once she warms up, she will be a great little lap loving pup and loves to play. Birdie loves snuggling under blankets and does not mind wearing sweaters or other clothing in the colder weather she has experienced so far. One of her favorite activities is relaxing outside and basking in the sun. She also enjoys going on walks while being carried in a sling so she can sit back and check out the sights. Even though she only has three legs, she still gets the zoomies and loves to run around the yard and play with dogs her size.

Birdie would do well in a home with another dog her size that she can play with, or even a kitty friend that enjoys playing. She would love a patient home that would allow her time to get comfortable in her new surroundings. Could your home be the match Birdie has been looking for?





Meet Frannie! This little old lady is estimated to be around 13 years old and weighs 6 pounds. Frannie came to us from the Angleton Animal Shelter. Her age is a best guess, but don’t be fooled, she is full of spunk! Frannie may be petite, but she has a big personality. She is currently fostered with dogs of all sizes. She is a bit of a loner, but tends to be most comfortable with the smaller dogs. Frannie is still trying to figure out the big dogs and can be a bit hesitant with them. She co-exists just fine and everyone is respectful of each others space. Frannie was previously fostered with a cat and did good. She is fully crate trained, and mostly house trained. She is doing fantastic with a potty schedule and we would recommend keeping her on a routine in a new home. Frannie can be a bit shy meeting new people, but she will be burrowed under a blanket in your lap in no time. She loves her humans very much! Frannie can be described as being pretty laid back, but enjoys being outside when the weather is nice. She will explore outside in the backyard and also appreciates short strolls through the neighborhood. She went into our vet to have a cough checked out and was diagnosed with a collapsed trachea. She is on meds and is doing so well. She doesn’t let this slow her down one bit. Frannie is known to get short bursts of energy which is quite comical to watch, but she also appreciates a good nap in her dog bed. This senior gal would love to spend her golden years with a family of her own. Can you help a girl out?





Meet Elwood! This handsome dude is around 2 years old and weighs in at 60 pounds. Elwood is fostered with other big dogs, and cats. He really enjoys the company of the dogs in his home, but likes to make a game of chasing the cats. Although he is catching on that the cats are off limits we think Elwood’s best fit home would include no small dogs, or cats. He is potty trained, and working really hard at crate training. Elwood doesn’t like to be left alone, so he does great in his crate overnight, but will protest when his humans leave the house. His foster family is working with him on being more confident, and comfortable in his crate. He is making great progress, but will need continued work in a new home. Elwood is so sweet and incredibly smart. He has all of his basic obedience under his belt, and thrives with structure in the home. He is an active dog who will require adequate daily exercise. Luckily, Elwood is very respectful on leash and loves to get out for walks. He also loves a good romp around the yard with his canine friends, and time spent outside. Elwood is also trained to walk on the treadmill. He picks up new tasks quickly, and is always ready to learn. Once he is given an outlet to get his energy out, he loves to curl up and rest beside you. Elwood has so much potential and would love to find a dedicated owner who can show him the way. We have really enjoyed getting to know his lovable demeanor. If you are a patient person, can provide Elwood with the leadership he craves, and are in the market for an awesome dog, look no further! Elwood is just the guy for you! ❤️




Bella! – PENDING!

Meet Bella! Bella came to us as a surrender. We don’t know much about her past other than she was part of a breeding program. She is 5 years old and is full grown at 5 pounds. Bella is currently fostered with small dogs and really enjoys their company. She is a typical Yorkshire Terrier with lots to say! Bella loves to engage in play with her canine friends, but is also happy to keep herself entertained with toys. She can be a bit sassy with her toys around other dogs, but does very well with direction from her humans. Bella has met small children before and was very excited in their presence. Due to her size and excitement we think she would do best with older kids. Bella previously lived in a home with a cat and can happily co-exist with friends of the feline kind. She is fully house trained and will alert you by going to the door when she has to potty. Bella is crated at night and when left unattended. She is known to whine for the first few minutes before getting settled in. She is an outdoorsy gal and really loves her walks, playing in the backyard, and soaking up the sun. Bella would do well with some obedience training. She can be described as happy and sweet. Her favorite activities include car rides, snuggling, belly scratches, going for walks, playing with her doggy friends, and anything that includes her favorite humans. She would do well with someone who is home often. Bella is such spunky, fun pup and would make a great addition to just about any household!





Get ready for this cutie to make his adoption debut! Hank is only about 4 pounds and is just over 4 months old. His breed is a best guess but he is thought to be a chihuahua/terrier mix. He is truly a puppy on the quest to become the best adult dog he can be! Hank is a huge fan of his human friends, he loves his foster mom so much that he whines when she leaves the room. This little guy loves to play with toys, especially ones that crinkle and prefers toys bigger than him! He has a very curious and adventurous nature which sometimes gets him into trouble when he starts chewing on things he shouldn’t! Hank is a connoisseur of snuggles and naps in the lap and enjoys taking them often after burning off his puppy energy. Hank, being the young puppy that he is, has some things for his prospective family to continue to help him work on. Potty training , walking on leash, and crate training are the big ones. He has done well so far going potty on pee pads inside but would benefit from a family that has time to take him outside to go potty and learn that is the best place for a little man to go! He does well in his crate overnight but can be a bit noisy during the day. He is not a fan of walking on leash so far, but with some training and consistency, he will be a pro in no time! He is a wonderful little dog with a big personality and is going up make the best companion ever! If you are up for the challenge of guiding and shaping this young pup into the best dog he can be, apply today!





Adoption Application: