We are a network of foster homes; we do not have a physical shelter location. Our rescue is comprised of unpaid volunteers and adoption donations go directly toward covering vet bills, medications, and other supplies for the dogs. Thank you so much for considering adoption and please don't hesitate to contact us with any questions. Thank you!
- Any Type
- Any Age
- Any Size
- Dog Friendly
- Cat Friendly
- Special Needs
- All Breeds
Allie is about 2 1/2 to 3 years old now. She loves to play with another dog with proper introductions. She is good with my small dogs, but they won't play with her. She is very obedient, will need to be leashed or in a fenced yard, she loves to run. Great on a leash, crate trained also although she isn't really a chewer. She is spayed, up to date with shots (as of 5/20), will be retested for HW although she was negative when she came from TX originally and she is microchipped. If you are interested in Allie, her adoption donation is $250 and you need to apply at www.hubbardshounds.com! She won't be here long, she is a VERY sweet girl and loves everyone she meets!
Alex is approximately 1 year old and will be arriving in New York on Saturday, August 17th. He is an awesome baby who loves people and has been good with the dogs in his temp. foster home, a senior pit mix and middle age beagle mix. He has also done well with the other dogs he has met. He escapes crates and is afraid of them, but has been great left out. He does like to chase the cats. He is completely house trained and walks well on a leash. He is a pleaser. He is fully vetted, including neutered. If you are interested in adopting Alex, go to www.hubbardshounds.com and submit an application. His adoption donation is $300 fully vetted.
Turbo is a little min pin, under 10 lbs who is in search of that perfect home. He has a problem with his eye that he gets drops in and also drops that go on his food. He is better, but will need these drops forever. He is a typical little min pin who is pretty scared when he first meets new people, but then settles in and warms up. He has been with us a couple months now and is doing well in his foster home. He will need a fenced yard as he will not potty on a leash unfortunately. He is about 5-6 years old, has had a dental in our care, is neutered and up to date with shots. He needs a home with adults only or older kids as he does scare easily. If you are interested in Turbo, go to www.hubbardshounds.com and submit an application. His adoption donation is $250. If you are a min pin lover, he might be the one for you, he is just gorgeous
Hi yâall, itâs me Lydia, aka pretty Lyddie. I was pulled by a bunch of great people from the Memphis animal shelter and I am currently being fostered in Virginia. I love my foster family and doggie brother and sister. Sometimes they like to play with me other times they give me those doggie signs that say not now and I am very respectful of them. I am about 5 months old and enjoy going for walks and meeting people. Iâm very smart, I already know âsitâ and am food motivated. Iâm happy snuggling with my favorite human and going in the car. Sometimes I get the zoomies which makes everyone laugh, but they say I will outgrow it. I love my toys, and I have a lot of them! Well maybe not as much as I used to but thatâs because I enjoy tearing them up. Somehow more keep magically appearing. I love kids, dogs, and everyone I meet. I have yet to see a cat, whatever that is. Iâve attached some pics of me. Please apply to adopt me at http://www.hubbardshounds.com/index.php/available-dogs/ - Iâm the girl with the softest coat and ears ever. Love, Lydia.
Quinn was rescued from Memphis, TN in July of 2019. He spent some time in a temporary foster home before he traveled up to New York on September 7th to join his permanent foster family. As he was Heartworm positive, he has undergone treatment and is currently recovering well. He should be available for adoption in early January 2020! Quinn a big boy at around 70 lbs and is estimated to be around four years old. He is the definition of LOVER and just wants to be near his people. He is a submissive dog and does well with other dogs and kids, although because of his size slightly older children would be best. He is afraid of cats so a home without them would be ideal. He will follow you from room to room to make sure he's not missing anything. He is not a barker and prefers to snuggle at your feet or next to you on the couch. He knows his commands and follows verbal directions well. If you are looking for your new BFF, Quinn is your guy! Because of his Heartworm status he will need to be kept on monthly preventatives for the rest of his life with no exception. If you are interested in Quinn, apply at www.hubbardshounds.com!
Lenny is an adorable Mountain Feist mix. True to breed temperament, Lenny is curious, intelligent, alert, and physically active. His foster family is working on house-training (Lenny figured out the dog door in less than a minute) and he's been learning a lot about what to do (and what not to do) in a home. He is a great companion dog and thoroughly enjoys being around his foster family. He would do best with another young, active dog to keep him company (he adores his senior foster sibling but is a bit much for her!) He has done well with the toddler in his foster home, but has a lot of energy so would ideally do best with older children who can appropriately engage with him and handle his high activity level. A high-fenced yard or leashed walks is a must for this guy since his nose and prey-drive lead him and are always "on". Similarly, he needs a home without cats or other small animals. Lenny can be a little mischievous on occasion, but is a very good boy when exercised appropriately and will be a wonderful addition to the right family. He is currently crated overnight or when the humans leave and has done very well with it. At 4 months old and ~25lbs, Lenny's the perfect size. Did we mention he is also neutered and fully vetted?! In short, Lenny is ready for a home for the holidays--can you help?? View our adoption process (with link to adoption application) at http://www.hubbardshounds.com/index.php/adopt-a-dog/