Goku

Goku

Goku was pulled from CAS by Pet Helpers, and adopted out 3 times, but always returned for aggressive/inappropriate behaviors. Pet Helpers invested over $1000 in training for Goku, but it did not solve the problem. In the shelter environment, he was only getting worse, so they asked if we could take him. He is a sweet and loving boy here at the sanctuary. His only negative behavior is at the fence line, he guards his territory. He is fantastic out in the community at events and shares an enclosure with another transfer from.

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Queenie

Queenie

Queenie was one of three stray females trapped in a local neighborhood. She had a deep scar around her neck from where she was tethered as a puppy and was lame on a hind leg. X-rays revealed shotgun shrapnel. No wonder she was scared of humans! Amputation of a toe relieved her pain so now she walks comfortably. She enjoys playing with her kennelmate, Coal and has learned to trust people.

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Jessie

Jessie

Jessie was abandoned when his owner was evicted from his property. Jessie was living inside what looked like a small plywood box. The floor was covered in feces and all he could see was the sky overhead. When a person approached and peered over the side of the box, Jessie barked and growled ferociously. He had been living in that box for well over a year. Jessie no longer lives in a small space. He had the habit of turning in small circles for the first several months he was here, but that has subsided. He loves to run and play with toys.

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Chai

Chai

Chai is a wonderful bundle of energy! At 40 pounds, she is a great size and she loves to spend time with her people.  She came to us needing some medical attention and is now healthy, happy, and ready for a home where she can be the only dog and the center of attention.

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Charlie

Charlie

Charlie is a distinguished gentleman born in 2006.  His grey muzzle makes his face very handsome.  Charlie is very sweet an a little shy to people at first, but gets along well with other dogs and people.  He is also a wonderful size at just under 40 pounds.  He looks like a very small lab mix.

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