Kaden is the smaller of the two pups left. He is very sweet and a bit shy, but not bad. He seems friendly to people of all ages, cats and other dogs. He is estimated to be between 7-10 months. His foster is working on feeding them more often so they aren’t as hungry and don’t eat quite so fast, but they were starved so it is a work in process. They do well with other dogs and do like to play, but are not wild hyper. They are doing well with potty training as long as it is consistent. If you are interested in Kaden or his brother Konner, go to www.hubbardshounds.com and submit an application. Adoption donation is $300 and both boys are fully vetted.
This little lady (28lbs) is ready for a new home! She is very sweet, was part of an abuse/cruelty case and is now safe and sound. She is spayed, up to date on all shots, HW negative and on preventions, microchipped and LOVES attention. She is between 1-2 years old, no food/toy aggression, and doing well going out to potty! She does pretty good with other dogs with proper introductions and LOVES to play, If you are interested in this sweetheart, go to www.hubbardshounds.com and submit an application! Adoption donation is $250.00
Lucy went home to her forever home today. She will be an only dog with adults. I think she will settle in nicely and have a great home.
Rocky is a 9 year old long haired dachshund. He is completely vetted and has had a dental also. He is totally blind, he can see nothing. I ordered a halo for him but it has not arrived yet, which is a device that will keep him from running into things. He is a very sweet boy although he does NOT like cats. He can’t always find the cat, but he will bite at him when he does He is fine with other dogs although he runs into them which some dogs do not like. He also likes people of all ages. He is a very gentle little guy, but will need the right home with someone who will take time to take him for walks and guide him. He loves to get in your lap and snuggle.
If you are interested in Rocky, go to www.hubbardshounds.com
and submit an application. His adoption donation is $200.
Santana went home with her new family today. Her new name is Molly and her Dad is home all the time so she will be a constant companion for him. Congrats to them all!
Tiger is an older guy who lost his Mom. He is very sweet and gets along great with all the dogs in his home. He does pretty well going out, but is an older guy so does have some accidents at times. He recently had a dental and lost most of his teeth so I’m sure he is feeling much better now. He has also had a couple very small seizures, but nothing to the point of needing medicine. He is completely vetted and ready for a new home. His adoption donation is $100
Asia is about 3 or so now. She was adopted as a pup, but was not really socialized so she has some fear issues. She is very sweet once she knows you are ok. She barks at strangers and needs a quieter home without a lot of comings and goings. She is fully house trained and has not destroyed anything when left out alone. She is active and likes to play! She woulld be a great running or hiking partner for the right person. If you are interested in this sweetie, submit an application on our website. Adoption donation is $250
Lucy Renee is a sweet mid sized girl. She is completely vetted and has finished her HW treatment. She would like a home without other dogs, but she does play with Asia and might be ok with one other submissive dog. She has A LOT of energy and really would be a great running or hiking partner. She will need more training with all her energy, but is really doing pretty well. If you are interested in Lucy Renee, submit an application on our website. Your life will never be dull again! NO preteen children, not sure about cats. Adoption donation is $250
Darla is a sweet girl with a curious disposition and a tendency to be anxious, especially around new environments and people. She is nervous with strangers and should be introduced to new people slowly, preferably not while out on walks. If you live in a multiple animal household, introductions should be done slowly as well – she seems to be okay with cats, but tends to be a little over curious when meeting them. While Darla does need sufficient exercise and toys to keep her stimulated, her energy is pretty low – she does not get out of control or destructive. Darla is crate trained and knows basic commands, but has trouble listening when overstimulated. We are working toward improving this, and she is doing well. Overall Darla would do best in an active family, but probably not one with a lot of strangers coming and going. Children would be fine as long as playtime is observed, cats are a a possibility, and dogs we are not sure about.