I’m a beautiful, sweet, lovable young dog, but I was also a stray. When rescued, I had a scratch on my face. I’m fine now, wounds like that heal, but that scratch was a tiny reminder of what happens to dogs who are lost. Now that I’m a TALGV dog, I’m safe and well fed, but I’m still missing the best part of life: someone to love. When I go to sleep at night, I’m no longer afraid or hungry, but I dream of home — a place of warmth, love and happiness. I’m about 36 pounds, tan and white, a Hound/Shepherd mix female. The best part of me is beyond description—my loving heart, which will be yours forever when you take me to that wonderful place you call home.
A lady arrived to clean what she thought was a vacant house, but guess who was there? Two little dogs—Bernie and me! After that, we lived in a home with eight children and I was well behaved with those kids, but the landlord said it was too crowded. (Also, there was some trouble with dogs getting along, although we can’t say who instigated it.) In any event, this winding road brought me here and I’m pretty excited because friends say the next step is a forever home—a place full of love and happiness! Sounds perfect to me! I’m a tan 1-year-old female, 25 pounds, probably a Hound mix and definitely adorable. My legs are short, my body is long, and my biggest dream is a loving home with someone wonderful like you.
A lady arrived to clean what she thought was a vacant house, but guess who was there? Two little dogs, all alone—Ellie and me! After that, we lived in a home with eight children and I was well behaved with those kids, but the landlord said it was too crowded. (Also, there was some trouble with dogs getting along, although we can’t say who instigated it.) In any event, this winding road brought me here and I’m pretty excited because friends say the next step is a forever home—a place full of love and happiness! Sounds perfect to me. I’m a tan 1-year-old male, 27 pounds, probably a Hound mix and definitely adorable. My legs are long, my heart is big, and belonging to you would be my biggest dream come true!
My former family and I loved each other very much, but when one of the children developed an allergy to me, we had to part. We were all sad, but today I’m a great dog thanks in part to my great start with them. When I was a puppy, they taught me commands including sit, down, stay, leave it and shake. They also found I have Valley Fever, and started my treatment. Due to my naturally good disposition, I was gentle and tolerant with the children (ages 1 to 16), got along very well with the other dogs and ignored the cat. Housebroken, leash-trained and friendly, I’m an 8-month-old tan and white 63-pound male who’ll be a great companion for a family, a couple, or one loving person. Please let it be with you!
Recently a 2-year-old child wanted to rub my belly and you know what I did? I enjoyed it! That day I played with kids 2, 8 and 9 years old, and we all had fun. Indeed, such happy behavior is just one plus on my resume. When my rescuers kept me overnight (I was found on La Canada), I got along with their four dogs. When adopted, I was also compatible with one small dog, but that couple decided I had too much energy for them. As a fun-loving 2-1/2-year-old Catahoula/Hound mix male, 57 pounds, I do love the play and exercise of an active life. And I’m also a very sweet-natured companion for relaxing times, too. (For extra interest, I have one blue eye, one brown.) Please say I’m the one for you!
On a cold and rainy day, my finders discovered me at their front door. Although they couldn’t keep me—they already have 2 dogs and 6 cats—we became acquainted and, wow, did they have good things to say about me! “Very adaptable, quick learner, affectionate, loves humans, fine with cats and dogs (actually somewhat intimidated by cats), wants to play and run.” Asked what a potential adopter should know, they said that I “will be a wonderful companion, especially for an active person/family.” And you know what? The caregivers here feel exactly the same way! They add that I’m shy, very sweet, and handsome—a black and white 1-year-old male—and I’m grateful for all those kind words. Best of all, I believe someone wonderful will soon say to me: Let’s go home!
I was found with another dog, running loose, without a home or person to call our own. Yes, we were stray dogs, but I like to think we weren’t really lost—just on our journeys to the homes we were meant to find. And Mindy, my traveling companion, has found hers! Her adoption showed me that happy endings happen here, so I know my day will come. Till then, I’m having fun playing dog games with my roommate, learning the fine points of leash walking and following commands with my human friends, and dreaming of the day someone wonderful says I’m the dog for them! I’m a playful, 1-year-old Hound mix male, 39 pounds, and if you give me the chance, I’ll give you a happy dog’s love for a long time to come.