Miss Freya has been hanging out in Wisconsin for over a year now waiting for the right family to find her. Let’s help get her story out there!

From the first moment we met this sweet girl in Texas through our friends at Corridor Rescue, we all knew she was extra special and instantly melted our hearts. Not only has she survived being hit by a car, but she continues to thrive despite some limited mobility in her back legs, and does it with a big smile on her face. Her pure joy for life and her determination to keep on moving even after what has happened to her in the past is so inspiring. We are so grateful that the amazing people with Corridor knew she was destined for great things here in Wisconsin!

She has been continuing her visits with Emily at Peak PEMF performance and has been responding well to chiropractic care and water therapy. Most recently, her foster mom has noticed her tail wags more, and she has been trying new things like going up a few stairs all on her own! It will be important for her adoptive home to keep bringing her to therapy to help her continue to strengthen her back legs and to keep her at her best! We are so lucky to have people like Emily in our area to use as resources for our extra special pups in need. Since being up here in Wisconsin, her walking has improved so much and she is getting better each day with going potty on her own outside! She is still working on being able to stand up to go number two, but her strength and balance are not quite there yet.

Freya is the sweetest girl you will ever meet. She has not met any human she doesn’t love, and she sure makes it difficult not to love her back ????. The more time she spends in her foster home, the more her personality blossoms. She is a bit wobbly when walking, but once she starts to run around, she is off to the races!! Falling down is part of her routine, but with her amazing resilience, she gets right back up to try again. Nothing can keep this girl down! Freya is a big fan of playing with her doggie foster siblings and would love to go to a home with another dog. She also has a lot of fun playing with her toys ❤️

Freya is approximately 4 years old and just under 60 pounds. As most rescue dogs, her breed is a best guess and she is listed as a mix, but we think there is some Great Pyrenees in her based on her talkative personality and coloring. Her ideal home will be prepared to give her the extra special care that she needs to be the best dog she can be.

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Hello everyone! My name is Kiwi. I am a beautiful, 7 year old Husky with so much love to give! My favorite pastimes are laying on a nice doggy bed, being brushed, going for a car ride and having a good play session in the yard. My foster family has fallen in love with me very quickly. I would do best in a home with another older or calm dog but would be just fine even by myself! I prefer a home with no pet bunnies or chickens. I will let you know now those are chasing animals! When I meet a new dog I do not like to share. I only share with my dog friends I know, strange dogs can leave my toys and food to me. I’ve never gotten mad at humans but other animals around when I’m eating makes me very nervous and protective. My foster mom calls me a diva since I’m so picky with my food. Some days I love chicken, some days I don’t. Each day is a new day for me so some days they work harder to get me to eat. I prefer canned food but at times will eat eggs, rice and chicken. Sometimes I just prefer to walk around my food bowl and tip it over. Like I said….. they call me a diva!
I have bad hips so I would prefer my forever home doesn’t have a lot of stairs since it’s hard for me sometimes to walk up and down them. My foster family and the rescue have been working hard to make sure that I’m comfortable and getting the care I need. I have been seen by the vet here in Green Bay and they noted some arthritic changes noted in my hips. Because I do not move too fast these days and have old joints, older children would be best in my forever home.
My current treatment plan is to have MagnaWave once a month. If you are unfamiliar with MagnaWave therapy it is a natural way of the body healing/managing pain. It benefits cellular energy resulting in better cellular health and function. The rescue has seen this first hand really help improve the lives of dogs! I am currently seeing Emily at Peak PEMF Performance! She is the best! She even helps another Misfit dog Freya! I am on a mild pain reliever to help with this as well as supplements to keep my joints in tip top shape!
Huge bonus: I’m COMPLETELY POTTY TRAINED!! My foster mom always says I am the only foster she has ever had that hasn’t had an accident in the house! I’m so proud of myself! She works with me on my crate as well but lets face it…. When you’re a diva and a princess, the crate isn’t always the most enjoyable thing. All in all, I’m just a snuggly girl looking for a lap or a nice couch to sleep on with some playtime in between. I promise I’ll give you so many kisses, you will fall in love with me right away!




Mr. Indy AKA Indy Car Racer is so excited to meet you, you and you! He loves everyone he meets! He is 1 year old 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. 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 at all times. He is working on strengthening his lower half. 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. We hope as he is able to stand more his muscles will develop more for control. He has a therapy routine with range of motion, standing exercises, swimming therapy to help maintain his strengthening. Indy is available for someone who is dedicated to his therapy and 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!

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Sampson is a sensitive guy who loves his people with all his heart. His journey has been anything but easy, but he has overcome all the obstacles thrown his way. Sampson was adopted out as a puppy in 2019 where he lived with his family for two years. We learned that he struggled with anxiety, and his family unfortunately couldn’t help him through it. We wanted to get to the root of his anxiety, and give him the best chance at living a happy, fulfilled life, so we sent Sampson to spend some time with our trainer. His nerves can get the best of him, so teaching Sampson to “turn off” and just relax has really helped him be less nervy. Sampson has been back with us since March and we have learned that he is a dog who thrives with structure and routine. It is important that he continues to get this in a new home. Sampson is 4 years old and weighs 60 pounds. He loves to get out for walks, and is very respectful on leash. He will happily follow along at your heels. He enjoys hitting the trails near his foster home, and loves to explore. Sampson has met older children and thinks they are pretty great, but it does take him a minute to become acclimated when he meets new people. Sampson previously lived with another dog and did fine. If there was another dog in his new home it would be important that the dogs are compatible. Because Sampson is insecure, he would do best with confident dog mate. We are happy to do multiple meet and greets to ensure Sampson and any potential dog sibling will be a good fit! We have not seen Sampson interact with cats, so we are unsure how he would react in their presence. We would love to find Sampson a family who is patient and willing to take their time with getting to know Sampson before bringing him home. Deep down Sampson is a big goofball who has a heart of gold. Take a chance on him, and you are guaranteed a friend for life.





Meet Eddie! Eddie is around a year and a half old, and weighs about 50 pounds. He is a super smart boy and has all of his basic obedience down pat! Eddie walks well on leash, and is crate, and potty trained. Eddie was placed with a family as a puppy, and unfortunately ended up not being compatible with the resident dog. He is still on the hunt for his perfect match. Could it be you?

Eddie is looking for an experienced handler. He struggles meeting new people, and requires someone who is patient and willing to take things slow. Once he has had adequate time to form a trusting relationship, you will he rewarded with a friend for life. We will help his new family along the way to ensure the transition is successful for everyone. Eddie would love to find an active family. He enjoys getting out for walks, and would make a wonderful hiking buddy. He has lived with a feline friend and did great, but would do best in a home with no kids. He has been exposed to dogs of all sizes, and it’s important he is compatible with any dogs sharing a living space with him. He would also be fine as an only dog.

We have all grown to love Eddie! Though he requires a little extra work from his people, he is worth it. Eddie has a big personality and heart to match it. If you are up for providing him with the leadership he needs, we are here to give you the guidance to do so. Please don’t pass up this sweet boy! ❤️

**Eddie’s adoption fee is being sponsored by Buddy’s Vets, located in Green Bay.**

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Meet Roofie! This gorgeous 6 year old Husky gentleman is excited to let you know he is in search of a foster home or adoptive home! He weighs about 60 pounds and is ready to make any family that adopts him very lucky ????.
Roofie is the type of guy that needs a little extra time to get to know you before he trusts you, which we totally get! Meeting new people can be scary and overwhelming. Once he has had time to feel comfortable around the people in the home, he is totally ready to be a chill and lovable guy that likes playing with toys, going for walks, taking a nice snooze, and being outside to enjoy all nature has to offer! He is also a sucker for some scratches and pets from his humans. Roofie is the type of pup that does not agree with the phrase “sharing is caring” when it comes to food or toys, so his adopter or foster would need to feed him in his kennel and supervise his time with toys around other dogs. Thankfully, Roofie is great in his kennel and doesn’t mind hanging out in there whenever he needs to!
His ideal home would have a low energy, older dog close to his size, and teenage age children that would respect his need for boundaries and patience. Roofie has not been around cats, but with his high prey drive for woodland creatures and animals outside, we think it is best for him to be in a home without them. This poor fella is also dealing with some pain in his back hips from a possible soft tissue injury that is being managed by pain meds, and he is doing much better now that he is on them! Due to these issues, a home with little to no stairs would be perfect for him to be most comfortable ☺️.
If you would like to learn more about our friend Roofie, please email our adoptions team at


Jace, the handsome Husky is still on the look out for his forever home!
He came to us from This Is Houston after they were contacted by Harris County Animal Shelter about a sick 7 week old puppy with parvovirus that wasn’t doing well in the shelter environment, and was set to be euthanized. Thankfully, they had a foster ready and willing to take him in and they got him into ER right away. After two blood transfusions and a few days of hospitalization, he was able to be released from the hospital and onto a better life! Unfortunately, once he continued to be in foster care, it was discovered that Jace had some type of previous injury that made his tail paralyzed. With this injury, he is incontinent and wears diapers in the house and needs his back end to be extra clean with a little help from his humans, but that sure doesn’t bother him or slow him down! He currently does not have mobility issues, but his tail does hang down. This adorable pup truly is a fighter!
Young Jace made the trip up to Wisconsin in August and is now about 9 months old and currently weighs 25 pounds, but will continue to grow. He is the friendliest little guy and loves people, but he can be hesitant and timid at first around men. Jace loves being around and playing with other dogs and is respectful around them. He is currently being fostered with a smaller senior dog and although he tries to get him to play, he is gentle and patient. There is also a cat in his current foster home! He does want to play with his kitty friends, but listens well when being told “no” and gives them space. Playing with toys is one of his favorite activities, especially if it squeaks! On a nice snowy day, you can find Jace rolling around in the cold stuff or just sitting outside and enjoying the view ????. Like almost any Husky, he loves to be outside in nature. He also really loves walks, especially in the snow! Walks help him burn off some of his energy and are also a great way to help reduce the number of diaper changes he needs.
In true Husky fashion, Jace enjoys “talking” and howling to express his feelings. His foster gives him nightly back end baths to keep him clean and happy and he does really well with them! He loves the water and loves when his foster mom fills up a spray bottle and sprays it at him, he will try his best to catch the squirt of water in his mouth ????. He also has an affinity for ice cubes and will play “hockey” with them. This cutie is learning so much and is very smart! He knows many commands including “sit”, “down”, “stay”, “come”, “shake”, “kennel”, and his name! Jace is great in his crate and can stay in there during the day with no issues, but does whine and complain a bit at first. What a champ!
His foster mom describes him as incredibly sweet, mellow, and smart. He will make any family very happy! His ideal home would not have a lot of carpeting as it would be easier to keep clean in case of an accident with his incontinence. Jace is currently in search of a home and needs a family that will cater to his special needs. He sleeps in the kennel with a potty pad over his bed to help keep the bed clean and in the house wears diapers.
If you think your family can give Jace the forever home he deserves, please email us at You can also email us with any additional questions about his care needs or about our adoption process!
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Meet Ryder! Ryder is around 10 months old and currently weighs about 50 pounds. He is a shy guy who is working on building his confidence when meeting new people. Since moving him to a foster home with other dogs, we have gotten to witness his fun, playful side. With the help of other dogs, Ryder feels much more comfortable and has really opened up to his Foster Mom in a short time. Because of this, we think Ryder would do best in a home with another dog companion.

Ryder is crate and potty trained. He was fostered with cats as a puppy, but would need proper introductions to be sure both he and any feline friends are able to happily co-exist. He has not been exposed to children, but due to his shy, fearful nature we think he would do best in kid-free home. Ryder is working on his basic obedience and currently knows sit, down, come, and kennel up. He requires work on the leash, but with leadership we know he will get there in no time.

Ryder is looking for someone patient who can help him work through his fear and show him what a dogs life is all about. He is such a kind boy, who just needs someone to show him the way. Ryder is full of personality and enjoys running around the backyard. When it’s time to wind down, he will curl up next to you, or seek his dog bed for a nice snooze. Ryder has so much potential, and is so deserving of a forever home. Could Ryder be your perfect match? ????





Meet Marley! ❤️ Marley is as sweet as he is handsome. This big guy weighs about 83 pounds and is estimated to be around 3 years old. His breeds are unknown, but our best guess would be a Rottweiler/Terrier mix. We met Marley in 2021 while visiting a shelter in Texas. He loved all of the shelter staff, and quickly showed us his goofy personality. In Texas, Marley was just another black dog stuck in a shelter, being overlooked. With little adoption interest, we made plans to make Marley a Misfit where he would get a chance at finally finding a forever home. Marley was adopted out by a wonderful family, but sadly ended up not being compatible with their resident dog. Marley made his way back into rescue, and recently completed treatment for heartworms. He has had quite the journey, but in true Marley fashion, he has taken it in stride. We promised Marley a forever home, so that is what we intend to find him!

Marley has a huge heart, and loves his people something fierce. He has never met a stranger and will happily greet you with all the wiggles. Marley has an adorable nub tail that is constantly in motion. He is very animated when playing, and will throw himself into the air as if he suddenly has an urge to break out in dance. Tennis balls are his favorite, and watching him play is quite comical! Despite his size, Marley walks fantastic on leash and does not pull. He enjoys spending time outside, and would love to be able to get out for walks. When the weather is crappy he walks on our treadmill. Marley has successfully met other dogs outside of the home and enjoys their company. He can come off pushy and overbearing during introductions. Marley requires slow introductions and someone who is savvy on reading dog body language. He would not be a good candidate for the dog park! Due to the issues Marley’s previous family experienced, we are looking to place Marley in a pet-free home. Cats are a no-go! He loves people, but due to his size, may knock little humans over. Marley is a great companion and is sure to steal your heart! Give this big guy a shot.

If you think Marley sounds like a good fit, e-mail us at He is currently available to foster or adopt. Pet-less homes are hard to come by. If you can help Marley out by being his temporary home, visit the “foster” tab on our website to learn all about our foster program. Please note, that your application will not be considered if you have any other pets in the home.





Meet Remy! Remy is a handsome 2-year-old border collie mix. He is 32 pounds. Remy has had exposure to dogs of all sizes and cats. He is submissive to his dog friends and just wants to sniff and kiss them. He has adjusted to living with cats and has learned to be nice to them. He has been exposed to children of all ages and is very playful and affectionate to the children he has met. Remy is doing wonderful with crate training and doesn’t whine or cry in the kennel. He also does not have accidents in the kennel. He has excelled and is completely potty trained in his foster home. His leash skills need some more practice to not explore all sides of the walking path. He is energetic during the day but is more than willing to relax at night after a hard day of playing. Remy is hoping to find his perfect home full of toys, kongs, and someone who accepts his wet kisses of love ❤️



Miss Shelby is officially on the market for her new family. She is a 6 year old, 33 pound soft coated Wheaton Terrier. This sweet girl was a local owner surrender that originally came from an Amish farm and was likely being used for breeding her whole life. Shelby has been very under socialized and is working on her confidence, she is especially fearful of men and takes quite a while to become comfortable in a new home. That is why her best fit home will need to be patient and allow her time to decompress and adjust to help her be the best version of herself. Shelby would do best in a home with a quiet environment, calm dogs around her size, and no children. She is currently being fostered with two small dogs and has been doing well after proper decompression and slow introductions. She is a pretty low energy dog and does not make much noise as far as we have experienced so far! Shelby is great in her crate and doesn’t make a sound. She even keeps it clean and dry! Her foster says she gets very happy when she comes to get her out of her kennel and when she gets home from work. She’s starting to pounce on her front legs, when she’s happy in a playful mood. This shy lady has been making great progress in her foster home the last few weeks. Her foster mom reports that she wants to be around her and the other dogs in the home and has even been wanting pets and affection. She is a determined little pup that learns quickly, but she still has a ways to go to become fully comfortable in a home and learn how to “dog”. If you feel your home is the right fit to help Shelby, apply today!




Meet Vader! 🐾 Vader came to us as a local owner surrender. He is a 5 year old English Cocker Spaniel, and full grown at 23 pounds. Despite the recent change, Vader quickly settled into his foster home. He wants to be involved in everything you’re doing, and doesn’t have any concept of personal space. Vader is potty and crate trained, and knows all of his basic commands. He would do best in a home as an only dog and with no children. Vader currently attends daycare at Canine Kids and has some small dog friends he enjoys playing with. When Vader is tired and wants to be left alone, he can over correct other dogs when he needs space. The staff there knows him very well, and will give him a break when he needs it. Vader is very affectionate and sweet to all the humans he has met. We are unsure how he would do in a home with feline friends. Vader will require a grooming regime that needs to be kept up with. He does great being handled, and has no issues at the groomers. Vader enjoys going for walks, exploring outside, and appreciates a good snooze. Vader loves his people with all of his heart! Take a chance on Vader, and you are guaranteed a new best friend. ❤️



Benedict! – PENDING!

Meet Benedict! 🐾 Benedict was born on December 22 of 2022 and currently weighs about 15 pounds. He came to us from an accidental litter of puppies that needed some help finding forever homes. We estimate Benedict will be medium-large when full grown. His Mom is a Boxer, and his Dad is a medium sized mix breed. In true Boxer fashion, Benedict loves to cuddle. He will happily crawl into any open nap, and is perfectly content. He is currently fostered with big dogs and does really well with them. Benedict is very animated and vocal when he plays with his four legged friends. He can be a little much for young, small dogs, but would appreciate a dog pal who is similar to him in size and energy. Benedict loves children, and his tail is in constant motion. He is only a puppy, and hasn’t mastered potty training yet. Benedict will require continued potty training in his forever home. Keeping him on a schedule will be very important. He is also working on crate training. He has been doing really well, and sleeps through the night. He hasn’t been exposed to cats, but we are confident he could co-exist with proper introductions. Benedict would appreciate an active family who also enjoys getting out for walks and being outdoors. He would thrive with someone who can continue on with his training journey. Benedict is sweet, loving, and an all around fun little pup. Could he be your perfect match? ❤️




Meet Cheesy! 🐾 This 12 pound, 7 month old cutie is currently searching for her forever home. Cheesy came to us from our friends at the Angleton Animal Shelter. Our best guess on her breed is some sort of Chihuahua/Terrier mix. Cheesy is a happy-go-lucky pup, with a playful demeanor. She is currently fostered with smaller dogs, and enjoys their company very much. She frequently attempts to get them to engage in play, and is so happy when they oblige. She has been exposed to older children, and loves everyone she meets. We are unsure how she would do in a home with feline friends. Cheesy does pretty well in her crate, with the occasional protest. She would prefer to be with her people, but does settle down. She currently sleeps through the night in her crate with no issues. She is also potty trained, but it’s always a good idea to keep up a strict potty schedule as accidents may occur in a new environment. Cheesy is full of fun, and enjoys a game of tug-o-war. She loves going for walks, car rides, and is quite the cuddle bug. Cheesy does have quite a bit of energy, and would do best with an active family. She is working on her basic obedience and has quickly caught on to sit and recall. Cheesy is still young, and has so much to learn. Could Cheesy be the perfect girl for you?! ❤️




Meet Rose! Rose is around 6 months old and currently weighs 18 pounds. Our best guess on her breed would be some sort of Jack Russell Terrier mix. She came to us with her brother, Jack, from the Angleton Animal Shelter. She is a sweet, shy girl, and would love to find a place to grow some roots. Rose is a little reserved when meeting new people, but will eventually build up the courage to approach you. Once she becomes comfortable, she will be your little shadow, and loves a good cuddle session. Rose has met other dogs and can get a little overwhelmed, but she does really well with dogs similar to her in size. She is crate, and potty trained, and working hard on her leash skills. Because of Rose’s fearful nature, she would do best in a home with no small children. We are unsure how Rose would do with cats as she has never met one to our knowledge. Rose enjoys spending time in the backyard, soaking up the sun. She has quite a bit of energy and has the best zoomies. Rose also appreciates a good nap, and loves nothing more than being with her people. She is working on her basic obedience and has already mastered sit, down, and stay! She will require some patience in her forever home, but if you give this loving pup a chance, you are guaranteed a trusted companion with Rose! ❤️




Meet Frittata! 🐾 Frittata was born on December 22 of 2022 and currently weighs about 15 pounds. He came to us from an accidental litter of puppies that needed some help finding forever homes. We estimate Frittata will be medium-large when full grown. His Mom is a Boxer, and his Dad is a medium sized mix breed. Frittata will make a wonderful additional to someone’s home. He is such a fun little pup, and is sure to steal your heart with his adorable look. Here is what we have learned… Frittata has been exposed to kids of all ages, as well as dogs of all sizes. He enjoys the company of his four legged friends very much. Frittata is very playful, and respectful of the smaller dogs in his foster home. He gets very excitable when meeting new people, and is working on his manners. Because of this, he may be too much for young children. He has not met any cats, but we are confident feline friends would be okay with proper introductions. Frittata is only a puppy, and still has so much to learn! He is currently working on his basic obedience and has mastered “sit” in little time. Crate training is a work in progress, and he has made big strides. He does protest a bit when initially going into his crate, but does settle down. He currently sleeps through the night in his crate, no problem! Crate training will be important for Frittata in his new home. Frittata is actively potty training, and will need continued training transitioning to a home new. With proper house training, he is sure to conquer going potty outside in no time! Frittata loves his people very much. He enjoys chewing on a bone in his dog bed, snuggling with his humans, socializing with other dogs, and even rides great in the car. He would love to find someone who will continue with him on his training journey, and enjoys being active. Could Frittata be the perfect pup for you?! ❤️




Meet Cannoli! 🐾 Cannoli is a 7 month, 34 pound beauty! Our best guess on her breed is Terrier/Lab mix and we estimate she will be medium-large when full grown. She came to us from our friends at the Angleton Animal Shelter and is currently searching for a forever home. Cannoli has been exposed to dogs of all sizes. She enjoys playing with other dogs very much. She has a vocal, rough style of puppy play, so may be too much energy for older dogs. She would love a playmate of similar play style and size. Cannoli does great with kids, and hasn’t met any feline friends. She is currently working on crate and potty training. Providing Cannoli with a potty schedule in her new home will be very beneficial. She is such a smart girl, and is sure to catch on in no time. She does well in her crate, but will whine when she initially goes in. We are happy to report she sleeps through the night in her crate! She is an energetic girl who also loves to cuddle and give kisses to her humans. Cannoli enjoys being outside, and thinks the snow is pretty great! She always looks forward to her walks, and when it’s time to wind down, will find an open lap to rest. Cannoli can be described as active, social, and lap loving. She would love the opportunity to continue learning her basic obedience and manners to be the best girl she can possibly be. Could Cannoli be the perfect dog for you?! ❤️




Meet Pancake! He is 3 months old and about 12.5 pounds which makes him the smallest of the breakfast litter. Even though he is the smallest, he sure makes up for it with his might! Pancake’s breed is listed as a Boxer mix, and one thing we know for sure is that there will be a lot of growing to do in his future! This little fella has a lot of typical puppy behaviors that he is working on so he will need a family that is ready to take on the challenge! Potty training and crate training are a work-in-progress along with walking on a leash, independence (he has a tough time being away from his people), and obedience. Thankfully he is young and eager to learn, and we know he will really thrive with a family that provides structure and routine for him! He is so sweet and snuggly and loves to be around his humans, he has yet to meet a stranger. When Pancake is around other dogs he is submissive but really loves to play and has a great time with his fellow canine buddies! He has not been around children or cats. Pancake has an affinity for toys and loves playing with them, which can keep him pretty busy! He has been described as a lap loving, curious, playful social butterfly. Pancakes ideal home would be one with other doggy friends to keep him company and can show him the ropes in a new home. He would also do best with a family that will enroll him in obedience training, has lots of patience while he learns, and provides a consistent and routine environment. He also would love someone who is home often and can keep him active! Could you be the family Pancake is searching for?




Introducing, Otis! Big personality comes in a small package with Otis. He is a fun, active and lovable dog that is always down to have a good time. His breed is listed as a Frug, which is a French Bulldog and Pug mix. This solid boy is 17 pounds and 2 years old, which means he is a mature young pup that is ready to find the family of his dreams! This little superstar has been in his foster home for over a week and has not had an accident. He whines to let you know he needs to go potty, and has been a champ about keeping his crate clean! Although he does protest a bit when first going into the crate, he eventually settles down. His foster has said that the biggest factor of his success has been repetition and a consistent schedule for potty breaks. Otis is currently being fostered in a home with dogs around his size and a teenager (15). Otis does well with the other dogs in the home but can try to be a bit dominant. His foster mom reports that he takes corrections well, loves to play with other dogs, and has a very playful personality. He is very curious and loves to be involved in whatever you are up to. When he meets new people he gets very excited so he will tend to jump, but will eventually settle down and bring toys over for you to throw for him An ideal home for Otis would be one that is active, is home pretty often, and can spend lots of time with him and work on his obedience. He would also love a home with at least one other playful dog as running around and playing with others is one of his favorite activities. He’s an affectionate boy that loves to snuggle and take naps, which includes a symphony of snores for your hearing pleasure. Although he is affectionate and needy at times, he can also be independent and entertain himself. His favorite form of attention would be the belly rub, give him some belly rubs and you will have a new best friend for life!




Bridle boy Waffle is ready to meet his forever family! He is a 15 pound boxer mix puppy that was born in early December. He is a part of the breakfast litter that recently came up from Texas. These puppies may be small now, but will be growing like weeds and will likely be medium-large when full grown. Waffle is definitely all puppy when it comes to his approach at life! He loves everyone he meets so much that he can get very excited and jump up and play nip, which he is working on controlling. Although Waffle is not potty trained, he is doing really well with a consistent schedule and frequent breaks to help him learn a regular potty routine. This little champ does pretty well in his crate as long as he can get some playtime in before going in there, but he may whine and protest a bit before settling down. He has been keeping the crate clean as long he is let out pretty quickly upon waking up! He loves to play with other dogs and is always ready for a good wrestling match. On his list of favorite activities, playing fetch and playing with toys would be at the top of his list! Also on the list would be snuggling and taking naps, if there is a free lap, this guy will want to snuggle up. Waffle is currently living with a few cats and has a different relationship with each one. He chases one, is afraid of the other, and ignores the third. With some redirection and training, we think he would be ok co-existing with a kitty friend. Waffle is a curious, excited, sweet and lovable little guy that is sure to win the hearts of anyone he meets!




Meet Jack! Our boy Jack is a Jack Russel terrier mix that arrived here with his sister, Rose, from the Angleton, TX shelter. He is believed to be around 6 months old and is just under 20 pounds, so he may get slightly bigger than he is now. Jack is a friendly little guy that loves his human friends and is a go-with-the-flow kind of dog. He is ready for whatever you have planned, whether it’s a walk, a hike, play time or just time to chill and watch a movie. His crate is his safe place and he does well being in there and keeps it clean. He is also doing well with potty training and his foster reports that he has had no accidents and heads to the back door to let you know he has to go potty like a good boy! Jack is currently living with two larger dogs and has been doing very well with them, but it did require very slow introductions and a decompression period for him to feel comfortable around them. He is still working on his confidence when meeting other dogs and will require an adoptive home that will continue to work with him on that. Now that he is comfortable around his furry foster buddies, he loves to play and romp around the yard with them. He has met a couple children around the age of 8 and was respectful with them but he does tend to jump up on people in excitement, so small children may not be a good fit. He is a smart pup and knows commands like sit, stay, down, place, heel, and knows his name too! Jack loves to please his people and is eager to learn. His foster describes him as such a sweet boy and a love bug and will make a great companion for a very lucky family. Could it be yours?




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