Calamity is around 50 pounds and loves to run around the fenced yard and go for long walks. She is good with all people she has met but because of her size and energy would probably be best in a home without very young kids. She is housetrained and loves her crate. She will sleep either in her crate or in bed with her person. She can be mischievous and enjoys getting into everything, so she will need someone with patience and time to work with her. She is learning how to play with toys and will sit and lay down for food. She is not a barker and loves to be petted and rubbed and snuggle up on the couch at night. If you think you have the right home for Calamity submit an application! Adoption donation is $200.
2 weeks ago
I am in need of puppy fosters. I have a request to take 12 (yes, twelve) puppies who are part lab and who knows that else. Mom is a lab mix who was found and rescued by a family. Vet thought she was spayed, but surprise and now they need some help. They are keeping Mom, but need to place the puppies. I would love to have them come up to my rescue, they say Mom is has a great disposition and is a good Mom. It would be at least a month before they would come, but I need to find fosters for them. I could split them up into groups of 3 or 4 so at a minimum I would need 3 families to help out.
If you are interested, please let me know and submit a foster application at www.hubbardshounds.com. I don't want to see the pups given away, there will be no accountability for spaying or neutering if they are. We would get them altered before adoption or adopt on a spay/neuter contract.
GREAT chance to allow kids to learn about the work involved in taking care of puppies while NOT adding to the over population of pups. ...
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2 weeks ago
This is a tough picture to look at. Any one of these dogs could have been saved by a foster home, by people not breeding, by people JUST spaying or neutering their dogs (cats too), by someone going to adopt instead of buying a dog. BUT, none of them were saved and this is JUST one shelter in ONE day. Multiply that by the number of shelters in just one state and let that sink in. There are so many wonderful dogs that need homes.Take a good, hard look at this picture. This is just ONE euthanasia day in ONE shelter. This happens everyday in shelters all over this country. These dogs were once pets. They were the products of "accidental" litters. They were the "free to good home" puppies posted in every online yard sale group. All of them had a story, and none of them deserved to have their stories end like this. Shelters cannot kill what they never receive, so please, we are begging you, spay and neuter your pets. ...
3 weeks ago
My name is Zara. I was saved from the euthanasia room at MAS at the last minute and have been waiting for my very own home ever since. I love to play, and then come in and snuggle with you. Everyone here says I have the cutest little personality and would bring me home if they didn’t already have so many. I have gone on sleepovers from boarding for a week at a time and have done very well. I only had one accident indoors during that time. I did well with the resident dog. I do like to jump when I play with other dogs outside so would do well with another fur sibling who doesn’t mind. I LOVE to be with people and will be your baby and buddy for life. At only 1 1/2 years old I have been let down by humans yet I still want to trust and love. I am a compact sweetheart approximately 42 lbs. Please consider making me part of your life.I will bring my jolly ball and lots of snuggles and kisses. If you have room in your heart and home to adopt me, I am available through Hubbards Hounds Rescue.
Lots of love and kisses,