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Want to meet one of our awesome dogs?  Please email to set up an appointment so that we can be sure one of our trained dog walkers is available to assist you!  


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Cashew is wonderful dog who has been at the shelter for almost a year now! She is a 3-year-old female mixed breed. She was found wandering in the Blue Hills, dirty and skinny. After a month of TLC at the shelter, she gained 12 pounds to reach a healthy weight of 54 lbs., been bathed, vaccinated and spayed. She is a fabulous dog but she is getting increasingly stressed from being at the shelter so long. She is waiting for her new home, where she should be the only dog.  She thinks cats are fun to chase, so she needs a kitty-free home as well. Due to her size and enthusiasm and tendency to knock things over, we will not place her with small children (they are too easily toppled!). Cashew had a rough start in life, but we’re sure her fortunes are set to improve with a new home and a loving family. If you think you could be that family, please send an email to




Rocky is an 8-year-old male Husky mix. He was found running loose but his owners did not come for him. Rocky is a friendly, playful dog. He loves his walks and snuggling. We think he would prefer being the only dog in the home. If you are interested in meeting Rocky, email for an application.




Tutu is an 11 1/2-year-old Wheaton Terrier who came to us when her owner could no longer care for her. Tutu can be picky about “her people” but if she likes you, she is loving, funny, and playful.
If you would like an application, please email us at

Daisy Dumpling


Daisy is a female pitbull terrier mix. She is about 1 year old. She was found alone in the Blue Hills, dirty and underweight. Daisy seems OK with other dogs, but would need a very slow introduction to another dog in the home. She can be very high energy, but she can also be very snuggly.
If you would like an application, please email us at



Lilac is a female Husky mix who is about 1 year old. She was put out of a car and abandoned. Lilac will need some basic training as she is an adolescent, energetic dog. Lilac walks with the other dogs at the shelter, but would need slow introductions to another dog in the home.
If you would like an application, please email us at

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