Princess

My name is Princess and I am every bit a little princess at heart! I am a little shy at first but warm up after I get to know new people. I’m very confident when I walk on a leash. I’m a low key senior lady who would love to sit on your lap and give you lots of kisses! When I arrived at the shelter, I had some very long toenails and some rotten teeth. The nice people at the shelter gave me a pedicure and I went to the vet to get my rotten teeth pulled. Now I’m much happier than I used to be! I’m currently staying in a foster home! If you’re interested in meeting up to see if I’m the one, please fill out an adoption application. The fine folks at the front desk will be in touch to talk about how to meet me. I qualify for the Seniors for Seniors program! Do you? I’m $30 to adopt for people 55+!

Peach

Hello! My name is “There’s Something About Mary” and I’m very pleased to meet you! You can call me Mary or Peach or whichever name you think suits my bubbly personality. I’ve had a couple different names in my short life, so I don’t really answer to any of them yet. If you call me with a nice voice, I’ll come running from across the room and jump up in your lap. I am a Chihuahua-Jack Russell Terrier mix. I bond with one person like a Chihuahua does, but I have the jumping skills of a Jack Russell. I will do a couple little jumps to work up a little vertical velocity, then *poof* I land gently in your lap. I love to cuddle and be held closely. I would love to give you gentle little licks on the hands and maybe your face if you’ll let me. I enjoy treats, playing with stuffies, warm blankets, rays of sunshine, belly rubs, ear rubs and going for walks wearing my harness. I have used puppy pads to go potty in my previous home, but I would also love to do my business outside on walks. I have met other dogs at the shelter and have been friendly to them. If I’m sitting in my person’s lap when another dog comes along, I will tell the other dog to back off with a soft growl. If they back off or have some other place to go, then we could get along. If you have a resident dog at home, let’s plan to do a meet and greet first to make sure we all get along before you take me home. Talk to the folks at the front desk about how to arrange a meet & greet at the shelter.