RHVA-Stray-rh659

* This dog is a stray. It is not yet available for adoption *

It was found in the Massanutten area of Rockingham County VA, on Bloomer Springs Road near Resort Drive on 01.30.22. It has no collar, or microchip and there are no matching lost reports on file.

RHVA-Stray-rh658

* This dog is a stray. It is not yet available for adoption *

It was found on 01.31.23 on Buttermilk Road near the Frazier Quarry. It is wearing a collar but has no tags or a microchip. There are no matching lost reports on file.

Jax

Jax is a 11 month old, American Bulldog. He was surrendered to the shelter by his owners. Jax has previously lived with two cats and is crate trained. He also knows how to sit for treats! Jax is a little shy at first when meeting strangers but warms up super quick! He walks well on a leash and enjoys a nice hike around a trail and chasing toys in the play yard. If Jax sounds like a fun guy you’d like to meet, fill out an adoption application and come see him today!
(Please note that Jax has not yet been altered and will need to be before his adoption can be finalized)

Brandy

Meet Brandy! Brandy is a 6 year old, Shepherd/Border collie mix. Brandy was surrendered to the shelter when her owners were moving and couldn’t take her with them. She had lived with her previous family ever since she was a young pup. Brandy LOVES to be brushed and enjoys all of the pets she can get! Shes a little nervous being out in the world now and may take some time to adjust to new environments and make new friends while on the search for her forever family. Does brandy sound like she would be a prefect addition to your family? Fill out an adoption application and meet her today!

Milo

Meet Milo! Hes a 2 year old, Pitbull terrier. If you’re looking for a great hiking partner or a cuddle buddy then Milo is your guy! Hes the best of both worlds! He LOVES to go on a nice walk, sniffing and chasing toys and then cuddling up with his favorite people to relax. If Milo sounds like a perfect catch to you then fill out an adoption application to meet with him today!

Two Spot

Two spot was surrendered due to the owner not having the means to care for him and his siblings anymore. Two spot is the most confident out of him and his siblings who he has lived with his whole life. They were kept as outside dogs their whole lives. Two spots has done well interacting with children and people but is still a little shy at first. His favorite things include going for long walks, going on adventures, eating, sleeping, and chasing wildlife! Come to the shelter today to meet Two Spot!

Heidi

Meet Heidi! A 1 year old Coonhound mix. Hedi came to the shelter when her owner was no longer able to care for her. Heidi is looking for a new family that can help teach her how to be more confident and some basic leash walking skills. Heidi has lived her whole life outdoors, so there’s many new things to teach this girl! No doubt, with a little bit of patience and some yummy treats, Heidi will blossom into the social butterfly she’s meant to be! If you’re interested in meeting Heidi, fill out an adoption application and come meet with her today!
(Please note that Heidi has not yet been altered and will need to be before her adoption can be finalized)

Jethro

Meet Jethro! He’s a one year old, Treeing Walker Coonhound. Jethro came into the shelter in early January as a stray. When Jethro came into the shelter he was under weight and unsure of the shelter surroundings, after a few days of getting use to his new routine Jethro has blossomed into a super goofy guy that loves getting attention and getting treats! Are you interest in meeting this fine fella? Fill out an adoption application and come meet Jethro today!
(Please note that Jethro has not yet been altered and will need to be before his adoption can be finalized)

Curtis

Curtis was surrendered to us due to the owners no longer wanting to take care of him. Curtis has been and outdoor dog with little to no training. He is a sweet and energetic boy who is curious about all life has to offer. He loves to get his zoomies out and get some much deserved attention. Curtis lived with two older dogs and did well with them as well as the outdoor cats that roamed the property. He lived with kids ages 5+ and did well but would probably do best with older children due to his jumpiness and size. Curtis is possibly deaf so he would need some patience when it comes to training. Swing by the shelter today to meet Curtis!