The dogs and puppies found on this page aren’t quite ready to be adopted yet but will be in the near future. They are all undergoing treatment for a medical condition of some variation. Read their individual bios to learn more and check back for updates on their current status.
Say hello to amethyst
Amethyst came to us with a broken femur, after being hit by a car. She had surgery where a rod was placed in her leg with wires, to help the femur heal. She is currently on crate rest but will see the vet soon for a follow-up. We’re hoping she’ll get to have her pin removed and then she can begin her rehab journey.
Foster Mom Nicole says:
Amethyst is a beautiful color and her coat is soft like velvet! She loves pets and attention! This sweet girl has been through so much in her 10 months of life, but she still smiles and loves! She wiggles her whole body and gives lots of kisses every time she sees people! She will also climb into your lap and get belly rubs and ear scratches. Ame enjoys her walks, loves to sun bathe, and enjoys the breeze and fresh air! She loves kids too and cannot wait to be released from crate rest so she can play with the other dogs and lounge in the sun! Overall, this sweet girl does not let her injury and healing hold her back! She is still a love bug, full of personality and joy! We cannot wait to continue to see her heal and to blossom into an amazing family dog!
say hello to ami
Amie came to us very thin and with a skin condition. She has finally reached a healthy weight and her skin has improved tremendously! She is finishing heartworm treatment and will be available soon.
Foster Mom Teresa says:
Ami is not the easiest to get a picture of as she would rather be the photographer! 😄 She loves to snuggle, enjoys playing with other dogs, loves to give kisses and LOVES getting love. She enjoys being apart of the family and spending time with her people. She's not into toys but enjoys treats. She likes riding in the car and she doesn't need a leash when she's outside. She is potty trained, crate trained, and working on the leash as it's new to her. Her kennel is her safe zone so she prefers it over other places. We're still learning about her personality, but she's really developed as she's started feeling better and gaining weight.
say hello to lizzie
Lizzie is currently being treated for heartworm using the “slow kill” method and has recently undergone surgery to remove a second mass.
say hello to pork chop
Pork Chop will need heartworm treatment in the coming weeks.
say hello to tigger
Tigger came to the rescue with a pretty severe case of Demodex but is on his way to getting healthy. He’s really enjoying the good life in foster!