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RoseyAdopted

   
DATE   10.1.17
BREED   Bully mix
SEX   Female
AGE   Young Adult
SIZE   Petite
ENERGY   Moderate
     

Quick View Y N ? S L

Housebroken

       
Good with kids -5        
Good with dogs        
Good with cats        

Knows commands

       

Y = Yes
N = No
? = Don't Know
S = Somewhat
L = Likely


If you have a question or would like to meet Rosey please call Sandy at 724-909-0459, or email sandraschiller3008@gmail.com
As one who has been abandoned, I have developed some trust issues. I was about 9 months old when I arrived at the shelter after my owner left me with a friend and never returned. My life, though short, has not been filled with the usual training, exercise, and love that most “dog people” think about and provide when they look for a new companion.

The volunteers were surprised by my outbursts at them when they stood at my kennel. They learned to take it slow and once I got to know each of them, I was the adorable angelic girl they all saw deep within me.
I have not been properly introduced to many new things and am easily spooked, but one by one I am learning all about the many things and people around and am getting better every day.

My bald little butt, due to flea dermatitis, is now covered with a velvety black coat. My petite square face is irresistible when I lock eyes with people and I sit at the speed of light when offered a treat. I may not be the perfect dog for everyone, but for people who are willing to take the time to get to know me, I’m as lovable and darling as you will find anywhere. I have played with some of the dogs here and have made many volunteers smile and laugh.

Descriptions are from information that owners write on "surrender" forms, and details provided by staff members and volunteers during interaction with the animals. These are general guidelines to help steer potential adopters to the most appropriate companion animal for their lives and lifestyle.

           
 
           
     

JessieAdopted

   
DATE   12.24.17
BREED   Border Collie mix
SEX   Female
AGE   Adult
SIZE   Medium
ENERGY   Moderate
     

Quick View Y N ? S L

Housebroken

       
Good with kids -5        
Good with dogs        
Good with cats        

Knows commands

       

Y = Yes
N = No
? = Don't Know
S = Somewhat
L = Likely


If you have a question or would like to meet Jessie please call Sandy at 724-909-0459, or email sandraschiller3008@gmail.com
Do I look worried to you? I guess I am a little bit because this is the 2nd time I have been returned. My super-shy, submissive demeanor is why I was chosen in the first place, but then after a week or two some people are discouraged that I am not climbing into their laps to be cuddled or tossing a toy in the air. As a border collie mix, it is quite common to be skittish and that’s the best word for how I react to an outstretched hand that wants to pet me.

Surely you have heard about dogs described as “fight or flight”? Well in my case, it is the latter. There is no “fight” in me at all which makes me easy to place with kids, dogs and even cats. In fact, one of the cats in the first home I was at briefly picked on me!

My excellent qualities include being house-broken, safe around children and friendly with other dogs. I might even fare better with a confident dog in my corner who could show me how great it is to be petted, hugged and showered with affection. It will take a knowledgeable and patient owner to coax me out of my shy shell but I hope it happens soon.

They originally named me “Sissy” but that name doesn’t seem to be one that I should be stuck with since I’m trying so hard to learn how not to be one.

Descriptions are from information that owners write on "surrender" forms, and details provided by staff members and volunteers during interaction with the animals. These are general guidelines to help steer potential adopters to the most appropriate companion animal for their lives and lifestyle.

           
 
           
     

GraceAdopted

   
DATE   10.29.17
BREED   Shaepherd mix
SEX   Female
AGE   Approx. 8 months
SIZE   Medium
ENERGY   High
     

Quick View Y N ? S L

Housebroken

       
Good with kids -5        
Good with dogs        
Good with cats        

Knows commands

       

Y = Yes
N = No
? = Don't Know
S = Somewhat
L = Likely


If you have a question or would like to meet Grace please call Sandy at 724-909-0459, or email sandraschiller3008@gmail.com

I’m a very lucky dog because the police stepped in to save me from an abusive owner. Another young dog and myself had been witnessed by neigh-bors being beaten and strangled and they called the police.
When I got to the shelter, I was very skinny and I gobbled food so fast, they couldn’t remember if they had fed me or not. Now with a few pounds gained and looking gorgeous, I am happy to sit for treats and I’m waiting for a chance at a new home and family to love.

At only around 8 months old, I’m a big puppy with beautiful markings that hint at shepherd and mastiff.

I go nuts every morning when the people come in because I’m so frantic from being in a kennel for so long. I jump and squirm for my breakfast and to go outside and relieve myself. I can’t “hold” it for those 10-12 hours and my kennel is soiled which is awful for me to be around, but I know I could be potty-trained quickly if I only had a normal daily dog routine.

I’m a teensy bit shy when I meet new people. but that doesn’t last long. My dream owner would be an active person or family who wants to go for long walks, jogs and spend time teaching me all the things a young dog needs to know. Being a quick study, it won’t take me very long at all.

Descriptions are from information that owners write on "surrender" forms, and details provided by staff members and volunteers during interaction with the animals. These are general guidelines to help steer potential adopters to the most appropriate companion animal for their lives and lifestyle.

           
 
           
     

SadieAdopted

   
DATE   8.13.17
BREED   Shepherd mix
SEX   Female
AGE   Senior
SIZE   Large
ENERGY   Low
     

Quick View Y N ? S L

Housebroken

       
Good with kids -5        
Good with dogs        
Good with cats        

Knows commands

       

Y = Yes
N = No
? = Don't Know
S = Somewhat
L = Likely


If you have a question or would like to meet Sadie please call Sandy at 724-909-0459, or email sandraschiller3008@gmail.com
Smiling in the face of adversity because people here care about me. At around 8 years old, I can still mix it up with my best buddies, Prince and Ruby even though we are all waiting for new homes. Our Mom got very sick and passed away and we are back at the shelter where she took each of us in when we were at our most unhappy and vulnerable.

Our 4-pack included Sissy who did go home with a new family recently. We are all senior dogs who are housebroken and comfortable around other dogs. Prince is the shyest one but we are one grand trio to behold on a walk together! I’m Sadie with the dense black and brown coat and distinctive widow’s-peak. I’m a little overweight from inactivity.

It would not be surprise to look at me lying around and think I’m a little depressed at the huge change in my life, but I’m doing the best I can to adapt. It wouldn’t be a stretch to call me a couch potato, but I have been enjoying the play yard romps and belly scratches that the volunteers provide.

For an easy dog who does not require a ton of exercise – pick me to be your gal pal.

Descriptions are from information that owners write on "surrender" forms, and details provided by staff members and volunteers during interaction with the animals. These are general guidelines to help steer potential adopters to the most appropriate companion animal for their lives and lifestyle.

           
 
           
     

OliviaAdopted

   
DATE   7.9.17
BREED   Terrier mix
SEX   Female
AGE   Approx. 18 months
SIZE   Small
ENERGY   High
     

Quick View Y N ? S L

Housebroken

       
Good with kids -5        
Good with dogs        
Good with cats        

Knows commands

       

Y = Yes
N = No
? = Don't Know
S = Somewhat
L = Likely


If you have a question or would like to meet Olivia please call Sandy at 724-909-0459, or email sandraschiller3008@gmail.com
Sure, I’m small, but what an athlete I am! At about 18-months old, my jumping skills are peak. In the blink of an eye, I can leap silently from floor to table or onto your lap. Tall fences are no challenge for me. I can climb over and dig under them, so the best home for me is where I will get plenty of face time with people who are active. I love walking, running, and learning new things. I’m very treat oriented which makes me very trainable. I used to be scared and skittish, but that is no longer the case. I adore people including kids. I was in a home with another big dog and 2 small children. It was my grabbing the cat’s tail that landed me back at the shelter.

At my age, I cannot be the last thing on the list because I have a lot of energy, enthusiasm and a need for affection and attention that requires time and interest. I would be great at agility training.

With my wire-haired tresses and pricked ears, I am beyond adorable. My looks combined with my antics remind some of the flying monkeys in the Wizard of Oz, but you don’t have to be a wizard to make me part of your family. You just need to understand that terrier mixes like me need more than just food, water and shelter.

I have been trained to walk with a Halti and am very good at staying by your side when it is used. On a regular collar, I can pull a bit, but at a scant 20 pounds or so, it isn’t going to take your arm off.
To all those active dog-loving, trail-walking, morning-jogging people out there...please give me a chance to show you I’m a gold-medal choice.

Descriptions are from information that owners write on "surrender" forms, and details provided by staff members and volunteers during interaction with the animals. These are general guidelines to help steer potential adopters to the most appropriate companion animal for their lives and lifestyle.

           
 
           
     

SammyAdopted

   
DATE   5.7.17
BREED   Lab-Bully mix
SEX   Male
AGE   Young Adult
SIZE   Large
ENERGY   High
     

Quick View Y N ? S L

Housebroken

       
Good with kids -5        
Good with dogs        
Good with cats        

Knows commands

       

Y = Yes
N = No
? = Don't Know
S = Somewhat
L = Likely


If you have a question or would like to meet Sammy please call Sandy at 724-909-0459, or email sandraschiller3008@gmail.com
Never make assumptions! My mesmerizing eyes and intense look initially put people off. But over the last couple of weeks the iceberg has melted and I have warmed my way into almost everyone’s heart. They call me both Sammy and a Labrador-retriever mix, but I look so different depending on the angle you view me. From one side, I look like a lab. Turn my head slightly and I give off a “Boxer” vibe. From straight-on you may see some bully breed, and sometimes I look like a puppy!

At my young age, I haven’t learned how to walk nicely on leash. I’m strong and motivated to pull when I want to get somewhere, but the volunteers are working with me to improve my leash manners.
I love to interact with people, but I think I would overwhelm little kids. So adults and older kids is the best combination for me.

I haven’t met other dogs, but it’s more likely that I’d prefer the company of a non-aggressive female. I did meet some cats recently and took a good whiff. My reaction was one of mild interest. I think that a dog-savvy cat and I could co-habitate without much difficulty at all.

I take treats gently, know basic commands and am very happy to hang out in the grass with people who have come to know me.

Descriptions are from information that owners write on "surrender" forms, and details provided by staff members and volunteers during interaction with the animals. These are general guidelines to help steer potential adopters to the most appropriate companion animal for their lives and lifestyle.

           
 
           
     

MayaAdopted

   
DATE   3.26.17
BREED   Bully mix
SEX   Female
AGE   Senior
SIZE   Medium
ENERGY   Low
     

Quick View Y N ? S L

Housebroken

       
Good with kids -5        
Good with dogs        
Good with cats        

Knows commands

       

Y = Yes
N = No
? = Don't Know
S = Somewhat
L = Likely


If you have a question or would like to meet Maya please call Sandy at 724-909-0459, or email sandraschiller3008@gmail.com
I’m ready for my closeup! They say I’m so pleasing to cast your eyes upon, that the first instinct everyone has is to pull out their camera and snap away. From the front I am all bright eyeballs, and snout freckles — more often than not with a contagious grin in a soft, snowy blanket of fur. From the back I look like a sat in a mud puddle waiting for someone to rescue me! It’s amazing that I can be so sweet, calm and friendly considering how my life has been turned upside down. Hurricane Matthew tore my mom from her home and tore me from her heart when she found a place to live that did not allow the likes of me to join her. She tearfully relinquished me to the shelter knowing I would find another home, but I will never forget her. We spent 7 glorious years together and she taught me all the good stuff that dogs need to impress people. I’m housebroken and as a senior dog, much calmer than the younger generation. I’m in great shape for walking and just as content to hang out and snuggle. I know I have to sit for treats and go to bed when it’s dark outside. I have a soft mouth and love people of all ages including children. And everyone seems to love me back, which explains the almost ever-present smile on my adorable face. My-oh-my, how lucky I am to get another chance at a loving home. Come visit me...I’m Maya.

Descriptions are from information that owners write on "surrender" forms, and details provided by staff members and volunteers during interaction with the animals. These are general guidelines to help steer potential adopters to the most appropriate companion animal for their lives and lifestyle.

           
 
           
     

ChloeAdopted

   
DATE   2.26.17
BREED   Boxer mix
SEX   Female
AGE   Young
SIZE   Medium
ENERGY   High
     

Quick View Y N ? S L

Housebroken

       
Good with kids -5        
Good with dogs        
Good with cats        

Knows commands

       

Y = Yes
N = No
? = Don't Know
S = Somewhat
L = Likely


If you have a question or would like to meet Chloer please call Sandy at 724-909-0459, or email sandraschiller3008@gmail.com
It was almost curtains for me. Another shelter deemed me unadoptable because I was very mouthy, jumping and snatching peoples’ sleeves. Being such a young dog – still a puppy really – I could not get the resources I needed to temper my inner wild-child. But some people saw the warm, loving dog inside and whisked me away to give me a chance and I have improved dramatically. I’m growing up and learning a lot from all the volunteers. I am often the only dog that sits patiently at the front of my kennel waiting for my turn to go for a walk. I like many of the other dogs and have a bottomless capacity for play at this time in my life.
Not everyone is up for walking a lot, training, and playing with a young dog, but if my needs are met, I will be an super companion for that kind of person or family.

With my piercing golden eyes, boxy snout and rich, mocha coat, I am a beautiful specimen. Not too big or too small, I’m about 40 lbs and that’s all muscle. I have exhibited my athleticism by climbing out of my 6-foot-high enclosure, but have learned that’s a no-no and now have a lid on my kennel so I don’t try it again. The bottom line is that a normal fenced yard would be a piece of cake for me to escape, but I wouldn’t want to leave if someone was with me. I want to be with people – not out on my own and certainly not stuck in a kennel all day.

One of the funniest things about me is how I play with a giant plastic ball. I’m relentless with this – my favorite toy, and you can take it with me if you adopt me. It will make you laugh out loud.
Please visit and look into my hypnotic eyes for a little while and I guarantee, you won’t want to look away.

Descriptions are from information that owners write on "surrender" forms, and details provided by staff members and volunteers during interaction with the animals. These are general guidelines to help steer potential adopters to the most appropriate companion animal for their lives and lifestyle.

           
 
           
     

TuckerAdopted

   
DATE   1.22.17
BREED   Boxer mix
SEX   Male
AGE   Senior
SIZE   Lage
ENERGY   Low
     

Quick View Y N ? S L

Housebroken

       
Good with kids -5        
Good with dogs        
Good with cats        

Knows commands

       

Y = Yes
N = No
? = Don't Know
S = Somewhat
L = Likely


If you have a question or would like to meet Tucker please call Sandy at 724-909-0459, or email sandraschiller3008@gmail.com
My life has really turned around! I can’t believe how lucky I was to be brought to the shelter – or should I say Shangri la? My life before this warm kennel, full tummy and fresh water was living outside chained to a tree with a frozen bowl of ice. My company was Trent who was chained to another tree, but without anything else to do, we got on each other’s last nerve. I’m happy to report that Trent was recently adopted. I’m really hoping for the same for me.

Nobody thought I was much to look at when I first arrived. I had mange and worms, but that’s all behind me. My soft brindle coat and white muzzle give me that dignified boxer-mix look. I’m about 9 years old which makes me a breeze to walk and hang out with. I adore being around people and my tail tells the story. I get tail wag fatigue from wagging it in a circle non-stop when I’m with people. My soft mouth and gentle ways have surprised everyone because I look like a big bruiser. Because I’m so beloved by all here, I get so many walks that they tucker me right out!

I have walked with some of the girl dogs here and have been a true gentleman. It would be nice to have a girl dog to live with but if I only have people, I’m good with that.

My car-riding skills have been exemplary even if it had to be a trip to the vet to prove it. I have been keeping my kennel clean meaning it’s likely I’m housebroken even though I was never in a house.

A lot of people are leery of older dogs like me, but I can give you a few years of wonderful if you give me the chance.

Descriptions are from information that owners write on "surrender" forms, and details provided by staff members and volunteers during interaction with the animals. These are general guidelines to help steer potential adopters to the most appropriate companion animal for their lives and lifestyle.

           
 
           
     

TammyAdopted

   
DATE   6.19.16
BREED   American Bulldog mix
SEX   Female
AGE   Young Adult
SIZE   Large
ENERGY   Moderate
     

Quick View Y N ? S L

Housebroken

       
Good with kids -5        
Good with dogs        
Good with cats        

Knows commands

       

Y = Yes
N = No
? = Don't Know
S = Somewhat
L = Likely


If you have a question or would like to meet Tammy  please call Sandy at 724-909-0459, or email sandraschiller3008@gmail.com
IThey call me the love machine. My round edges and plump stuffing make me the perfect hug-ready dog And I eat it up — leaning in for more affection and mugging happily for the camera. Not only am I an ideal companion for almost anyone, I’m a stunning specimen as well. No designer could have splashed me more strategically with inky black on my predominantly white coat. I am a duotone, American bull dog mix between 1 and 2 years old, built like a tank, with a personality that brightens everybody’s day.

Yes, I can throw my weight around but I’m getting better on leash every day and will sit lickety-split on command. I prefer cooler temps but nothing stops me from going for a walk. I have been very good in the company of many other dogs, but I don’t care for cats.
If you are looking for a lover — I’m your girl.

Descriptions are from information that owners write on "surrender" forms, and details provided by staff members and volunteers during interaction with the animals. These are general guidelines to help steer potential adopters to the most appropriate companion animal for their lives and lifestyle.