2 years Old (Pit Bull Mix)
Everyone please welcome our sweet girl Rosie! Rosie was found as a stray with a pretty bad infection of her mammary glands and some mastitis but after some serious TLC, Rosie is 100% good as new and ready to start her new life.
Rosie is potty trained and crate trained and knows some tricks too. She is an active girl that would make a great adventure buddy. Rosie is dog friendly. However, she prefers to live in a house with male dogs as she wants a boyfriend or two or in a house where she can be your one and only. Rosie does live with a cat in her foster home but does try to chase her on occasions so a no cat household may be best. Rosie doesn’t live with children in her foster home but has met children over the age of 12 and has done well. So we are recommending children 12 years of age or older for Rosie.
We are unsure of Rosie’s full past but what we do know is she is hesitant around some men she meets. It can take her a few minutes to warm up but once she does she will be your best friend and want to curl up in your lap(she thinks she’s 10 pounds).
Rosie is spayed, up to date on all shots, microchipped, heartworm tested negative and on flea and tick and heartworm prevention. If you think you can be Rosie’s forever please fill out an app from this amazing girl that has been so patient waiting.
Birthdate: 11/26/20 (Pit Bull Mix)
Everyone welcome Chance! He hasn’t been on this earth long but he’s been on this earth long enough to know pain and suffering. However, he has also known love and care and from here on out that’s all he will ever know.
Chance was found on the side of the road with a broken jaw, broken skull, perforated left eye and covered in wounds that are suspected to be bite wounds. We’re not sure how Chance ended up on the side of the road but if I could guess, he was probably thrown out like trash. He was lucky that a good Samaritan happen to find him on the side of the road and get him to the nearest vet hospital.
Our friends at Town of Hempstead Animal Shelter reached out to us immediately when they acquired Chance and asked if we would give this man his chance at life. We agreed immediately. With the help of TOH and team work, Chance stayed in the hospital for a little under 2 weeks to get him stable enough to come to our care.
Fast forward months later, a jaw fracture, skull fracture and perforated left eye later and this boy is FINALLY cleared for a forever home.
Now here’s the tricky part; finding this particular forever home. Chance has been through a lot and was hospitalized starting at 5 weeks of age for weeks and weeks. He was unable to be around other dogs until he was medically cleared. Because of his injures and restrictions Chance is SEVERELY under socialized and does have some behavioral issues that are more than just puppy nipping. He loves other dogs but plays VERY rough. He is incredibly mouthy with people and will go for faces, hands, feet and/or necks when over stimulated. Chance will need training and is being worked with but this needs to continue in his forever home. He will require professional training (we prefer balanced dog training). He is young and smart and will thrive with this kind of structure and will need it. This is not a suggestion but a requirement when adopting Chance.
Chance can go to a home with children over 10 years of age. He can be an only dog but would like a large breed playmate. Chance can play too rough for small dogs and will chase cats so it is best he is not in a home with them.
Chances jaw fracture is healed as well as his skull fracture. However, he cannot see out of his left eye and will need to continue care with an ophthalmologist throughout his life. He is on medicated drops twice a day. He very well may need eye surgery in the future. Interested adopters must be aware that all Chance’s medical issues are considered “pre-existing” so these medical issues will not be covered if you consider pet insurance.
Chance is neutered, fully vaccinated, microchipped and started on flea and tick and heartworm prevention. He’s 100% ready for his forever home.
Age: 2-3 years (Chihuahua/Yorkie Mix)
Everyone welcome Taco! He is an owner surrender who is about 2-3 years old. Taco is potty trained crate trained, and lives with cats and dogs in his foster home. We are recommending a home with children 10 and older for Taco as he needs to be with people who will respect his space. He is a little guy weighing in at 6 pounds with a whole bunch of personality.
Taco is already microchipped, neutered, started on flea and tick and heartworm prevention, vaccinated and heartworm tested. He also just had a full dental cleaning. This little guy is ready for his forever home! Could it be you?
Birthdate: 1/6/21 (Doberman Pinscher)
Welcome Hank! Hank came to us with Parvovirus and is much better now. He has been thriving in foster care and is now ready for his forever home. Hank is working on his potty training and crate training. He must go to a home with at least 1 other young playful dog. We recommend that Hank go to an active family with a large fenced in yard. No cats for this little guy. We are also recommending a home with children 10 years of age or older. Hank has his vaccinations and is on flea and tick and heartworm prevention.