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Tink - Adoption Pending!

Tink - Adoption Pending!
This little, red Dachshund likes people and enjoys attention and snuggle-time. She is also good with other dogs, with the exception being that she needs to be fed separately, as she has food-aggression. Tink is between 9 and 10 years old and will need a home with no small children. She is a great pet for a retired or employed-from-home individual who needs a good companion.
Age: 
Senior
Size: 
Small
Adoption Status: 
Adoptable

ADOPT A SENIOR - Odie

ADOPT A SENIOR - Odie
Odie is the "Steve McQueen" of dogs: just the coolest boy -- mellow and affectionate. Having boasted a scrappy, independent youth -- running as top-dog with the pack, while taking night-courses in How to Makes Ends Meet -- he has long-since seasoned into The Canine King of Cool. This chill, been there and back, 12 year old would make an excellent addition to a laid-back household. While Odie enjoys his celebrity status at Annie's Orphans, he has a lot to offer and is looking to share his place in life's spotlight with an equally epic human! He must have a fenced yard and leashed walks. As an older fellow, he now has arthritis (and is on Rimadyl), but it doesn't affect his sunny outlook. The only thing that ruffles Odie's feathers is the sound of thunder, although he is also not easy-going about cats. Collected with other dogs and excellent with people, Odie rocks!
Age: 
Senior
Size: 
Medium
Adoption Status: 
Adoptable
Pet Details: 
No Cats

Wolfie

Wolfie
Wolfie was born at Annie's Orphans, to a pregnant mother who was accepted from an out-of-state shelter prior to being euthanized. He was adopted out as a baby along with his sister Bailey. He is 6 years old and was returned within the first year of his life for pack aggression toward another household pet. Additionally, Wolfie develops a strong bond with a person and has shown protective/guarding behaviors when other people approach the primary individual. Adoption is a possibility to only the right individual who has knowledge of the breed and of handling challenging behaviors in dogs.  The necessary living arrangement would include a quiet setting with a solo person.
Age: 
Adult
Size: 
Large
Adoption Status: 
Adoptable

Clancy

Clancy
Clancy has returned to our shelter: He was adopted out as a puppy and was returned due to injuring a small dog living nearby. Clancy is believed to be a mix of Shepherd and Carolina Dog, but also looks as if he may have some degree of wolf included in the mix. Due to the reason for his return, there is the question of how he might behave with small dogs, in general. We will be looking for a home with no small children. Clancy is very friendly and engaging with people and walks great on leash (but is evasive with being leashed-up, a behavioral issue around which he's currently receiving training). He is a beautiful, regal-looking guy of red-sable and white coloration. Clancy is around 5 years old.
Age: 
Adult
Size: 
Medium
Adoption Status: 
Adoptable

Toto

Toto
This senior Chiweenie will need a special home. He is overweight and needs gentle exercise on a regular basis. Toto is good with other dogs and loves lap-time. He would like a female caregiver, as he is not very good with men. A home without small children is also needed. He is between 11 and 12 years old.
Age: 
Senior
Size: 
Small
Adoption Status: 
Adoptable

ADOPT A SENIOR - Doogan

ADOPT A SENIOR - Doogan
Everyone always smiles when they see Doogan, because he carries his toys around in his mouth, just vibing out an invitation to play or visit. For all his winning charms, Doogan is another AO dog who has been here an inexplicably long time. Still, this is one dog who can capture hearts with his searching eyes and inviting expression! Doogan is a broad-headed, short-haired mix who came from a local reservation. He is approx. 45 lbs and 10 years old. Doogan has some facial scars from a rough past, but has left all that behind! He has a preference for a female owner, loves other dogs (No cats) and is attentive to direction. We believe he will make a loving and loyal addition to your family!
Age: 
Senior
Size: 
Medium
Adoption Status: 
Adoptable

ADOPT A SENIOR - Traveler

ADOPT A SENIOR - Traveler
Traveler has been waiting for "a person of his own" for a very long time. He has lived his entire life at Annie's Orphans, having been found as a stray with his mother when he was about 5 weeks old. They were both starving and close to freezing on the 5 degree morning of their rescue. As a quiet boy, he has been repeatedly overlooked. Traveler is a shy fellow and takes time to warm up, but is able to bond. He is good with most dogs. His preferred placement is a calm, quiet environment with no children. Traveler is on the small side of medium and is 10 years old. UPDATE: Traveler has developed swelling/arthritis in a front foot. He also had a tumor removed from his tongue. His paradoxical reaction to the surgery has been amazing, in that he is acting like a kid again -- animated, full of energy! Give this "seasoned" boy a chance for a great home!
Age: 
Senior
Size: 
Medium
Adoption Status: 
Adoptable

Seager

Seager
Seager came to us as a stray from Towaoc. He has been a part of our sanctuary and is, now, considered adoptable. He is, however, a shy guy and panics easily, leading him to be a flight-risk in certain circumstances; therefore, he will need handling in keeping with that -- meaning, a secure yard and excursions only on harness/leash. Seager is around 7 years old.
Age: 
Adult
Size: 
Medium
Adoption Status: 
Adoptable

Sampson

Sampson
Sampson is a cute and wonderful boy who needs a little more confidence to overcome his shyness. He has, however, made lots of progress. He is great with other dogs and is always ready to play. Sampson is good on leash and is learning his commands well. He just needs a stable family to show him that not all people are mean and nasty. He is 3 years old. A fenced yard will be an absolute necessity. Email your inquiry and come see this active boy play!

Tyson

Tyson
Tyson is a German Terrier, with true-to-breed traits. He is very adoptable and likes kids -- but needs to be the only dog on the home-front, as he is aggressive with most dogs (a few exceptions apply). He will need a job and ample exercise, as well as a secure yard. Tyson is between 7 1/2 and 8 years old and came from a high-kill, out-of-state shelter.
Age: 
Adult
Size: 
Small
Adoption Status: 
Adoptable
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