Please mouse over or click on the pictures of our dogs to read more about them. Please note: Our 'breeds' listed are strictly a wild guess. We do not do DNA testing, unless requested and paid for by a prospective adopter. Click here to read why.
Pepito (M), Chihuahua. Very scared of new people but once you earn his trust is the happiest, most lovable guy ever! He is very snuggley and likes to rub his face on yours. He will need a very patient owner who is willing to work with him for a few weeks, but trust me, this little man is worth it! $250
Malley (F) Pit Mix Female Pit Mix. 1-2 yr old, 50+ lbs. Stunning brindle beauty! This little girl is as sweet as candy. She is mostly mellow, except for the occasional zoomie, and absolutely loves snuggling in a lap. She is a touch shy, but definitely loves people. She has the sweetest face. SAFER Assessment: Look: #1 Holds gaze with soft eyes, soft body. Sensitivity: #1 Stands still and accepts the touch. Tag: #1 Stands still with tail low and wagging. Squeeze: #1 No response Food: #2 Calmly allows food to be moved, follows dish Toy: #1 Settles close to chew will drop Rawhide: #1 No interest Dog to Dog: #1 Approaches helper dog in play position. $200
MEDICAL HOLD! Grover Cleveland (M) SENIOR Pomeranian/Peke mix. $200 Good with other dogs and cats. Spunky and lovable, Grover wouldn't mind having other canine siblings as he likes to play, but he also would love your undivided attention! Grover is crate and housetrained and is ready to pack his bags and move in with you! *SENIOR* Available as part of our Seniors for Seniors Program!
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BROWNIE is LOST
Brownie got lost near W25th and Denison Ave in Cleveland. Please report any sightings below in the comment section or use the links here to report via our Help Find Brownie facebook page, or email us!
So what do these SAFER scores listed mean?
SAFERs are standard temperament tests that have 7 tests and are scored on a 1-5 scale with 1 being the highest. See more information about the test here - http://www.aspcapro.org/aspca-safer.php