Trixie here is ready to be someone’s forever lap cat. She is basically a real life squish-mallow and would make the perfect addition to your couch. She is sweet with people, enjoys being pet, and seems to not mind other cats too much. Come check her out today!


Ceelo is a sweet boy who is looking for his forever home. Ceelo was initially surrendered to us at the end of august in 2021. He was surrendered due to the owner not being allowed to have him in their apartment complex. Ceelo quickly became a staff and volunteer favorite due to his adorable face and personality, along with his love for tennis balls. Ceelo was with us in the shelter for 7 months before he was finally adopter. He was surrendered again to us a few months after he was adopted mostly due to not getting along with the resident dog he was rehomed to. The other dog was protective of the family and was reactive towards Ceelo. The previous owners said that Ceelo was very affectionate with the family and loved to snuggle with everyone. Ceelo is well behaved but he is very strong. He tends to pull really hard when out on a walk (even with a harness on). Come to the shelter today to meet Ceelo today and give him his forever home!


Sarge is a large (59lbs) 1-year-old pitbull who was brought to us due to his owners moving and being unable to take Sarge with them.

Sarge is a very large and in charge man. He pulls very hard on the leash and would benefit from consistent training for leash manners. Although he’s a big, burly, man, he is scared of vacuums and squirrels. He enjoys chasing tennis balls in the play yard and shredding up stuffed toys. Due to his boundless energy and strength, he would be better suited for a home with older children.

Sarge has gotten along well with other dogs while in our care but would prefer a meet and greet before going home with his potential best friend.

Sarge has been diagnosed with Lyme disease and has been showing symptoms of lameness while in our care, therefore, he has begun treatment. Lyme is a tick-borne illness that can be treated with a 21 day cycle of medication but may have long lasting side effects. Sarge has also undergone treatment for a tail amputation due to being stressed in kennel and developing “happy tail”, when strong tail repeatedly hits solid objects with force while wagging resulting in the thin skin of the tail splitting open.

If you are interested in Sarge, submit an adoption application and visit him today!


Buster is a large(61lbs) adult 4 years old) hound that was brought to us along with his sister due to a familial situation.

Buster is a loud mouth, snow loving, wild child that enjoys howling at the moon and getting pets until he kicks his legs. Buster enjoys chasing cats and livestock so he would do best in a home without either. He has lived with children in his previous home and was said to do great with them.

Buster has gotten along with several other dogs while in our care but would prefer a meet and greet before going home with his potential best friend.

Buster has been diagnosed with Lyme disease, a tick borne diseases that may have symptoms such as lameness, low appetite, and fatigue to name a few. Consulting with a veterinarian upon adoption about the best treatment options is highly recommended.

If you are interested in Buster, submit an adoption application and visit him today!


Meet Sadie! She is a 2 year old, ball-catching superstar who loves all sports but tennis is surely her favorite. A perfect day for smart Sadie includes going for a jog or playing ball, stopping for a pup cup, then snuggling up for a nap on your lap. Sadie would prefer a home without other pets but she can be the single light of your life and soak up all the attention that she can get her paws on. She is allergic to both chicken and beef so she would need a home that is understanding of her dietary needs. Sadie will also need a home with adults only due to being weary of strangers at first and taking time to warm up to new friends. If you love going on adventures and are a fan of tennis, you might be the perfect match for sweet Sadie girl. Fill out an application to meet her today!


Molly is an adult (2 year old) red heeler mix that came in to our care a few weeks ago. She is one of two dogs that came to us together.

Molly lived as an outdoor dog that has roamed the property she came from freely and did not bother other animals or people. Molly is very undersocialized, nervous and very slow to warm up to people. She is still learning basic leash manners due to becoming overwhelmed when taken out on walks.

An ideal home for Molly is one without a lot of visitors. She would do best with adopters who are routine oriented, understand that Molly is not going to want to be everyone’s friend and will require ongoing training and socialization.

Molly requires special counseling due to her behavioral needs. If you are interested in Molly submit an adoption application and complete the form below. A member of our staff will review your information and contact you regarding next steps.



Waylon’s got a big personality and he’s waiting for someone to show it off to! Waylon came to the shelter as a stray. Like most hound dogs, Waylon has a good amount of energy, is very talkative and is very treat motivated. He loves to fetch a tennis ball, but he’s still trying to figure out the whole bringing the ball back thing. Waylon loves to run around in our play yard or lay out in the sun when he gets the chance. Come meet Waylon at the shelter today!