Jinglebelle and Mistletoe

 

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Update: Jinglebelle and Mistletoe have been adopted.

These beautiful girls are two year old Jinglebelle and her mother, Mistletoe, who is four. They were adopted as a pair from us over a year ago, but tragically, their owner passed away and now they are back at the shelter. They love each other and need to stay together. They are very sweet and docile and they need a new home as soon as possible.

Sarah

Sarah1Update: Sarah has been adopted.

Sarah is about a one to two year old Maltese mix. She gets along well with other dogs her size and seems to have a pleasant disposition. Sarah can be shy and it takes a while for her to warm up to you. A home without small kids or cats is preferred. Sarah was rescued from situation with four of her siblings and does not appear to be housebroken. If you would like to meet Sarah stop by the shelter during normal business hours and say hello. Sarah would love to meet you.

Sammy

Sammy1Update: Sammy has been adopted!

Sammy is a one to two year old male Maltese Mix dog. He loves other dogs his size, and seems to be a happy lovable little dog. Sammy was rescued with five of his other siblings, and doesn’t not appear to be housebroken but a little patience and love should be able to clear that up in no time. Stop by the shelter and see Sammy, he would love to meet you.

Pippin

Pippin1Update: Pippin has been adopted!

Pippin is a male Maltese dog. We think he is between one and two years old. He gets along well with other dogs his size but unknown whether he tolerates cats. Pippin was rescued from a situation with four of his siblings and does not appear to be housebroken however this should be a relatively quick fix with the right training. Stop by the shelter and say hi to Pippin.

Annie

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Update: Annie has been adopted.

Annie is a one to two year old Maltese. She is very lovable with a great disposition. Annie gets along well with other dogs her size. She was rescued from a situation with four of her siblings and does not appear to be housebroken, but with some patience and proper training this shouldn’t present any problems. If you would love a new best friend stop by the shelter and meet Annie, she would love to see you.

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