Hudson greets you with a happy tail and a smile, but would do best in an experienced home witout small dogs or younger kids. He is cat correctable when supervised, and is not a fan of being crated.
Dori is an active young girl! She is vocal in her crate, likes to snuggle, and would be happiest in a single family home with some greyhound experience. She can be unsure of strangers, but warms up with patience & reassurance.
Bud is an easy-going guy that would love another dog in the home with him. He would prefer a single family home where someone is home part of the day.
Booger is a tall young boy that did not race. He is SUPER outgoing, happy, and has the most fantastic curly tail. He is quiet in his crate, but prefers to be out with his people. Fenced yard required for his new home.
Bonnie is an affectionate and easy going brood momma. She walks nicely on leash, is good with kids and loves to be around people. She would prefer a home where someone is home more and she didn't need to be crated much.
Hustle is a playful, goofy boy. He walks nicely on leash and gets along well with other dogs. He is cat correctable when supervised, but not entirely small dog safe.
Rita is a friendly, easy going gal that enjoys leash walks and hanging around with her people. She is OK with cats, but a little too interested in small dogs. She is quiet in her crate and food motivated.
Flash is a calm boy that is a tad unsure of himself sometimes. He gets along well with other dogs and is mostly quiet in his crate. He would prefer a quieter home with school aged kids or older.
Ashley is doing well in foster with small and large dogs, and enjoys having a fenced yard to run around in. Sometimes she is unsure about new noises and strange things outside, but her curious, friendly nature are helping her learn very quickly!
Babs is a sweet gal that gets along great with other dogs. She loves playing with toys and outside in the snow! Babs gets excited every time her people come home.
Bugs is a freindly boy that loves to play with toys. He would do best in a single family home as he can be vocal in his crate. He is doing well in foster with large and small dogs and a bird.
Floyd is a new arrival we’re still getting to know. Stay tuned for updates!