Dogs Available for Adoption

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Mama New Mama (Dangerous Mama) No Cats
Female - 58 lbs. - 2 years 6 months old
Mama is a friendly, outgoing little thing, not afraid of anything or anybody! She comes when called, and is excellent in the car. She's relaxed and comfortable in a crate. She was fostered in Florida and she got along well with other, larger dogs. She does not like cats so will need a dog-only home. Sweet as pie and eager to please.
New Bonnie (BonnieMacbean)
Female - 55 lbs. - 1 year 6 months old
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Bonnie is a little black tuxedo girl, and is just 18 months old. She is shy at first until she gets to know you. She is quiet and like her sister Barbie, she'll need another dog to help her gain confidence. She is not interested in small animals at all, is fine in a crate, and walks well on leash.
Barbie New Barbie (Barbie Macbean)
Female - 55 lbs. - 1 year 6 months old
Barbie is just a baby; only 18 months old! She is a gorgeous light fawn. Barbie is a bit reserved right now but even after a half day, she is doing great with us. She will need another dog for confidence; she's good on leash. She tested as not interested in indoor cats, but will chase outdoor cats so she's workable. She is Bonnie's sister!
Julie New Julie (JC Run Lily Run)
Female - 56 lbs. - 2 years 9 months old
Julie is a cute little thing, fantastic on a leash. She is calm and easy-going, friendly and sweet. She's not shy and is tolerant of strangers and other dogs. She was fostered in Florida and did well with the other dogs in the home. She doesn't care at all about small animals and her foster siblings were cats, tiny dogs, and greyhounds.
New Fern (Scottish Fern)
Female - 55 lbs. - 2 years 5 months old
Fern is a tiny, black, tuxedo girl. She ran 45 races but just wasn't a winning girl. She is friendly, but a bit reserved at first until she settles in. She's super cute, sweet, and quiet. She rides well in the car and is good in a crate; no whining or anxiety. She gets along great with the other dogs and was fostered in Florida for a short time. She was tested with cats indoors and was not interested, but she is interested in cats outside... maybe the thrill of the chase. But we think she is small animal workable.
Rogue New Rogue (Nitro Rogue)
Female - 60 lbs. - 2 years 9 months old
Rogue is a young red-fawn girl with sable points. She did race, but wasn't stellar. She is friendly and outgoing, but calm and easy-going. She is patient and well behaved, house broken and walks well on a leash. She was fostered in Florida and gets along great with the other dogs in her foster home. She is uninterested in small animals.
Luke Luke (Luke Skywalker) No Cats
Male - 55 lbs.
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Luke is about 11 months old. He is a lurcher and came from Ohio several months ago. He was placed, but was having trouble with house training and when examined, he was found to have a serious congenital liver deformity. Fortunately, Ohio State and Dr. Couto stepped in and he was given a procedure that should cure his liver issues. He is now 2 months post-procedure and is doing great. His blood work is perfect, he's growing, gaining weight, and just being sweet as pie. Luke is definitely a puppy and needs training but he is wonderful and loving, and now available for adoption. He will need a full blood panel every month for the next four months, which will tell us if his good health is holding, but Nittany will be paying for those medical bills. He just needs someone to love and to love him. His prognosis is great, but to be realistic, he could relapse. We have no way of knowing... all we know is that he is perfect right now and we want him to have a family to love.
Raider Raider (Joey Red Raider)
Female - 63 lbs. - 2 years 2 months old
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UPDATE: Raider has been in a foster home for several weeks now and she is doing much better... she loves running and playing with her greyhound foster-brother, is great with the resident cat, and walks well on a leash. She is shy around men, but has warmed up nicely to her foster-mom. She'll need a home with another greyhound or other large dog she can play with. She prefers a quiet environment and will jump at loud noises. She is loving and affectionate and quiet in the home. She is crate trained as well. Raider will need some patience but after a transition time to get comfortable, she will be a fantastic companion.