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Bolt is a super friendly, highly energetic, 9mo old puppy. He has separation anxiety and hates to be left alone. Bolt loves to play and run! He gets along great with kids and other dogs, and cats.
Bolt needs a family that can spend lots of time with him and give him all the love and attention he needs and deserves.


Marley is an 8m old spayed female Miniature Cockapoo and is up to date on all her vaccinations. She has had DHPP, Bordatella, and Rabies.

Marley is a very playful puppy who loves to run. She is great with kids, dogs of all sizes, and even cats (though they don’t like her). She is house trained and crate trained. She knows sit, down, stay, come, and kennel. She is trained in French and knows how to bring you a toy to play with.

She loves chews, toys, runs, parks, and pets. She doesn’t like grooming so you’ll have to go slow with her on that. She does well in all environments but barks occasionally at new things she doesn’t know.
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Tuxedo (Tux)

I found Tuxedo on friday. A neighborhood kid offered up Tuxedo because he got him from a homeless women who said she was unable to take care of him. I took him in for as long as I could, but I’m only 17 and my family is very busy, and so am I. I can’t take care of him like I thought I could. I’ve spent 100’s of dollars on him but I just can’t do it. It’s no easier that my family is making things more stressful with their commentary and I know they’re just going to get worse once I rehome him to someone who has the time and patience to train and care for him.

Tuxedo is 3 months old. A Black Lab German Shepherd mix. And he is not yet potty trained. He is very playful, he’s still teething, and he’s over just a very energetic little man. But he has yet to get his shots so he can’t do much but stay inside currently. He’s a very fast eater so i heavily suggest in a Slow Feeder dish bowl for him, he gets hiccups everyday because of how fast he eats his food.

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Sweet dog, and also very smart but he likes to get out of his cage, we call him Houdini sometimes when we can’t figure out how he gets out. He is very playful and energetic, needs a lot of stimulation. He’s great with kids and other dogs. He knows a few tricks and likes to hog the ball. He likes to dig and play with water.

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