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Toffee is as loving as he is handsome!! This boy can have anxiety when crated so he prefers to be free roaming or in an extra large cage so he does not feel trapped. Toffee is shy at first but loves attention once he trusts someone. He also likes to sing when he is happy!


Moose is a big boy who loves to play fetch, jump in water, and getting belly rubs! He can be slightly possessive over his food and toys around other dogs, so Moose must be the only dog in the home.


Alpa is a stunning Kuwait girl who loves to spend her time relaxing! That being said she will need a calm household that she can be the star of the show, no small kids, no other animals. Alpa is very loving and goofy once comfortable!


BoBo is the sweetest little India princess! She has a front leg deformity but that does not slow her down! BoBo will do best in a home that has a current dog, as she gains confidence when around other pups! This special girl will need a fenced in yard so she can freely roam around to adventure.


Another big eared India baby is around 1 year old. He has had a rough start to his life as Ajay and his siblings were found cold, crying, and covered in mange as puppies on the street. He can be timid with people at first but is super friendly once he knows you. Ajay also does better with bigger and/or older dogs than with puppies. Ajay needs a fenced in backyard as he loves have safe space to get his zoomies out!

Nancy (adoption pending)

This gorgeous India lady is a a pit mix who is loving, playful, and nothing less than a cuddle-bug. We still think that a home with no other small animals or children will be best for her to get all the attention she deserves!


Wopo is such a lover but is so misunderstood. This adorable mix breed chi wants nothing more than a forever home fu of squishy toys, butt scratches, and a comfy bed. He can be somewhat defensive over treats and food in his crate, in which he will bark or give the “side eye”. Wopo can be picky with other dogs so he tends to either stay to himself or interact minimally with other small calm dogs. He is not a fan of getting his nails cut/baths so we leave that up to the professionals. This cutie will do best in a low traffic home, preferably with no small children so everyone in the household can respect his personal space!

Veer (special needs/paralyzed)

Veer is a total champ! He is missing a back paw, and his rear ended was crushed in an accident in India, so he uses his front legs to move around but boy does he move fast all things considered. His favorite activities include laying on fluffy beds, getting ear scratches and sunbathing. We believe he is around 7-8 years old. Veer is so ready to put his past of surviving on the streets behind him and finally have a home of his own.


This shy baby girl is a work in progress… she needs lots of patience to start to gain confidence in this “ruff” world again. Libby still is not trusting of most humans, she has finally accepted some physical affection (pets/scratches) from one of our volunteers… so Libby is moving in the right direction. This little lady also has discovered her love for playing with other dogs! She will need super secure fenced in yard due to living as a feral dog prior to being rescued. Down south (when she was living on the streets) neighborhood kids would shoot her with BB-gun. Resulting in her lack of trust in humans but she is an extremely special girl who deserves an equally special home!


Our sweet senior poodle is named Peaches! She is a 9 year old, 11lbs, firecracker despite being blind. She gets along with everyone and enjoys just laying around being lazy and sunbathing!!

Mo & Bo

Mo & Bo are our precious goofy senior bonded pair. Their owner passed and the family were about to dump them in a shelter… but luckily we were able to get them to our facility from Virginia. They are truly amazing and would make any family happy as they live out their golden years