Age: 6
Adoption Fees: $300
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August 13, 2017 – Daisie came in this afternoon.  She was surrendered by her owner.  Daisy is 6 and she has had puppies before.  Daisie is a sweet girl and she gets along week with other dogs.  Daisie will be going to the vet this week for a complete check up, to be brought up to date in her vaccination and to have her spaying surgery scheduled.  Stay tuned for more on this beautiful girl as we get to know her better.


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August 6, 2017 – Flora was surrendered today with her buddy, Chester.  Flora is 9 years old, she is spayed and up to date in her vaccination.  Flora will be going to the vet this week for a complete check up.  Flora is a smart cookie and knows command like sit, lie down, shake paw and dance.


Age: 11
Adoption Fees: $300
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August 6, 2017 – Chester was surrendered with his friend, Flora.  Chester is 11 years old and he is a pug X.  Chester is neutered, microchipped and up to date in his vaccination.  He will be going to the vet this week for a complete check up.  Chester is good with other dogs and he is a cuddle bug.


Age: 9
Adoption Fees: $300
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August 11, 2017  – Boomer went to the vets today and received a pretty good report. He has a bit of arthritis in his right front leg. He has small cataracts in both eyes but they are causing no problems with vision. His ears are great, and he used his charm to win over the vet. Boomer gets along well with young children. He is slightly overweight and we’re working on losing 2-3 lbs.
August 8, 2017 – Boomer had a spa day on Sunday and he smell good and his coat is very soft. We walked home and what a fine looking grumble of pugs I had. The resident pugs walking proudly besides Boomer. We walked for about twenty minutes and Boomer did great. When we got home he checked the house out; then it was time to check the outside. Boomer is quite a loveable little boy. He loves attention and to be around you. He eats well and showed no aggression when I played with his dish and face when eating. Boomer is a bit overweight but we will be working on it with limited food intake and regular walks. We went out for an hour yesterday and he did great. When Boomer sleeps he makes a symphony of noises which are quite funny. He loves to sleep on the big bed.
Boomer gets along with the resident pugs very well but is having a bit of a problem adjusting to our cats every now and then. However, he does listen when told to leave them alone so I don’t think it will take much training to take his mind off them.  Boomer is going to the vet this Thursday for a complete check up and to be brought up to date in his vaccination and microchipped.

August 6, 2017 – Boomer was surrendered by his owner.  He’s a sweet boy and he is neutered.  He recently had his teeth cleaned and just needs to be brought up to date in his vaccination and get microchipped.  Boomer needs to shed a few lbs but with a regular walking schedule and controlled food intake, he should be at his healthy weight in no time.


Age: 10 months
Adoption Fees: $575
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August 9, 2017 – The big day is almost here! Ray gets his staples out tomorrow! He has been a very good boy during his recovery. He has been wearing his cone practically 24/7 to prevent him from licking his incisions.  Although he is still pretty limited in what he is allowed to do, little Ray is walking a little bit more every day. By keeping him at a slow pace, he is using his legs more like he should, one step at a time. Before his surgery, he did a lot of bunny hopping.  His foster mom does exercises with him 3 times a day to make sure his leg muscles don’t tighten up. He will have some new exercises when he comes home from the vet on Thursday. Little Ray still has another few days of antibiotics. He is getting once a week a joint supplement injection for the rest of the month.

August 3, 2017 – Ray had his bilateral luxating patella surgery on July 27.  It went very well and he is now recovering with his foster mom.  She needs to do stretch with both his legs every day and use ice too. Ray has a huge appetite so it makes it very easy to give him his medication (pain killer, antibiotics & anti inflammatory).  Ray is going back to the vet in 1 week to have his staples removed and for a recheck to see how well he is recovering.  He is a very sweet and strong boy.

July 25, 2017 – Little Ray has a grade 4 bilateral luxating patella.  He is born like that.  He has been doing hydrotherapy several times a week for the past weeks to strengthen his hinds legs in preparation of his surgery on July 27 to correct this problem.  Ray is a joy to be around and he is a happy puppy.  Ray will be neutered at the same time of his knee surgery.  Ray will have to stay calm for a few weeks after his surgery and we will assess if the surgery has been a success then.  Stay tuned for an update on this sweet boy after the surgery.

June 26, 2017 – Ray is 10 month old, he has been purchased in a puppy mill with problem on his back/hip/hind legs.  Ray is goin to the vet tomorrow morning for a complete check up – we will have a better idea of what the future holds for this little boy after that.