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Aldo
Aldo
Status: Available
Breed: Shepherd / Chow Chow / Mixed (short coat)
Species/Sex: Dog/Male

Description: Aldo was found on the streets. It was clear something bad had happened to him -- he had wounds on his face, head and ears. He held his head at a tilt, likely to favor the side that had been injured. Was he in a fight? Did dogs do that to him? Coyotes? We don't know and never will. But a good Sam... Click for more information...

Bear (No. 3)
Bear (No. 3)
Status: Available
Breed: Chow Chow / Shepherd / Mixed (long coat)
Species/Sex: Dog/Male

Description: It's not often a chow mix is labeled a "nice, friendly" dog by shelter staff. That's because most chows and mixes are very uncomfortable in the shelter environment, and they'll do whatever they need to to keep people they don't know from handling them. Mostly they're sc... Click for more information...

Bonita
Bonita
Status: Available
Breed: German Shepherd Dog (short coat)
Species/Sex: Dog/Female

Description: Bonita, we're told, was seen being sent out of her yard with Donny, who is also listed on our site. (They can be placed separately.) She has a microchip, but no one has responded to attempts by the chip company to contact the listed owner. This girl is a sensitive soul. She has settled nicely in... Click for more information...

Cinnamon
Cinnamon
Status: Available
Breed: Chow Chow / Shepherd / Mixed (short coat)
Species/Sex: Dog/Female

Description: Cinnamon is a sweet girl who got lost and found herself at a shelter. She had bad skin, some bad teeth (including some that were broken), and some other health issues that the shelter cleared up. Her hair grew back, and she proved to be a happy, friendly girl. When we found a foster for her, we took... Click for more information...

Jager
Jager
Status: Available
Breed: Chihuahua (short coat)
Species/Sex: Dog/Male

Description: When we met Jager, he was a hefty 25 pounds -- ridiculously overweight. It took awhile for him to slim down, but he's now a svelte 12 pounds. He's happier, much healthier, and way more active than he was originally. We got Jager when one of the vets with whom we work contacted us and said hi... Click for more information...