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Flo

Hi everyone! My name is Flo. I am a “go with the flow” kind of girl. I am a little shy and pretty mellow but I also have my playful moods. I am still warming up to the shelter environment and starting to explore new things. I do well with other dogs and enjoy playing. I would do very well in any home environment. I am super sweet and love to get affection. Come see me!

Flo is 2 years old and weighs 45 pounds.

Flo has an old injury that requires her back left leg to be amputated. Helping Strays will perform this much needed surgery at the time of her alter.

The adoption fee for adult dogs, seven months and older, is $250. All pets are microchipped, up to date on vaccines, and will be altered prior to adoption. If you are interested in setting up a meet and greet, please complete an online application on our website. Click the “Adopt Me” button below for an online application.

Flo has heartworms and will be starting treatment soon. She would greatly benefit from having a quiet home to recuperate in rather than trying to rest in a noisy and stressful shelter environment. If you would like to provide a foster home, or foster-to-adopt home, during Flo’s heartworm treatment, Helping Strays will provide everything you need; the medical care, crate, food, etc. Foster-to-adopt would be a great way to get to know her. Finalizing the adoption would be done once treatment is complete.

Sully

Sully here, a calm, gentle fella who loves to make friends with all the people I meet. My favorite activity is taking slow, leisurely strolls around the neighborhood, stopping to sniff and investigate things along the way. Because I’m so curious and like to wander, I need a secure fenced yard. I get along great with doggy friends who are calm like me and won’t bother me when I’m resting or taking extra time to enjoy my meal. I am a very intelligent boy that remembers everything and can be stubborn. Since I’m a such a sweet, sensitive guy, with a great memory I need a calm, patient owner who has time to give lots of positive reinforcement when teaching me things in my new home. I am housebroken and prefer a cat free home.

Sully is four years old and weighs 84 pounds.

The adoption fee for adult dogs is $250. All pets are microchipped, up to date on vaccines, and will be altered prior to adoption. If you are interested in setting up a meet and greet, please complete an online application on our website. Click the “Adopt Me” button below for an online application.

Sully has heartworms and will be starting treatment soon. He would greatly benefit from having a quiet home to recuperate in rather than trying to rest in a noisy and stressful shelter environment. If you would like to provide a foster home, or foster-to-adopt home, during Sully’s heartworm treatment, Helping Strays will provide everything you need; the medical care, crate, food, etc. Foster-to-adopt would be a great way to get to know him. Finalizing the adoption would be done once treatment is complete.

Mama

Hey guys! My name is Mama! I am a super goofy and playful girl who loves everyone. My favorite activities include going outside for play time with other dogs, getting head scratches, and naps. Loud noises or sudden movements scare me a little bit so I will need a home that can be patient with me as I learn what living in a house is all about. I am very gentle and love getting some good pets in. I would be a great addition to any home. Come meet me!

Mama is three years old and weighs 86 pounds.

The adoption fee for adult dogs is $250. All pets are microchipped, up to date on vaccines, and will be altered prior to adoption. If you are interested in setting up a meet and greet, please complete an online application on our website. Click the “Adopt Me” button below for an online application.

Mama has heartworms and will be starting treatment soon. She would greatly benefit from having a quiet home to recuperate in rather than trying to rest in a noisy and stressful shelter environment. If you would like to provide a foster home, or foster-to-adopt home, during Mama’s heartworm treatment, Helping Strays will provide everything you need; the medical care, crate, food, etc. Foster-to-adopt would be a great way to get to know her. Finalizing the adoption would be done once treatment is complete

Megan

What’s up guys! Megan here! I am a small girl with a big attitude. I am a rough and tough kind of player that plays with big and small dogs and would love to have a doggie sibling who also likes to play rough. I am a super sweet girl that loves everybody. I have been good about keeping my kennel clean but I will need some help with crate training once I am in my new home. Come meet me today!

Megan is 2 years old and weighs 36 pounds.

Megan’s adoption fee is $250; she is microchipped, spayed, and up to date on vaccines. If you are interested in meeting Megan, please fill out an online adoption application.   Click the “Adopt Me” button below for an online application.

Megan has heartworms and will be starting treatment soon. She would greatly benefit from having a quiet home to recuperate in rather than trying to rest in a noisy and stressful shelter environment. If you would like to provide a foster home, or foster-to-adopt home, during Megan’s heartworm treatment, Helping Strays will provide everything you need; the medical care, crate, food, etc. Foster-to-adopt would be a great way to get to know her. Finalizing the adoption would be done once treatment is complete.

Harry

Introducing Harry!  He is a true gentleman who loves to meow and talk to his humans. He is playful, friendly, and loves to receive lots of attention.

Harry tested positive for feline leukemia on intake to Helping Strays. While he is healthy today, it is impossible to know how much time he has before his quality of life could be affected. It could be months or years. Regardless of how much quality time he has, we think he deserves a loving home. If you think you might be the person to give him that home, please contact Helping Strays. Harry needs to be an only cat since feline leukemia is transmissible to other cats, but is not transmissible to dogs or humans.

https://www.vet.cornell.edu/departments-centers-and-institutes/cornell-feline-health-center/health-information/feline-health-topics/feline-leukemia-virus

Harry is two years old.

Harry is microchipped, up to date on vaccines, and neutered. If you are interested in meeting Harry, please complete an online adoption application or meet him at the shelter. Click the “Adopt Me’ button below for an online application.

Faith

Faith is a beautiful and sweet young cat who would very much like a home of her own, which is more difficult for her than for most cats. Faith tested positive for feline leukemia on intake to Helping Strays. While she is healthy today, it is impossible to know how much time she has before her quality of life could be affected. It could be months or years. Regardless of how much quality time she has, we think she deserves a loving home. If you think you might be the person to give her that home, please contact Helping Strays. Faith needs to be an only cat or go to a home with another feline leukemia positive cat. Feline leukemia is not transmissible to dogs or humans. Her adoption fee has been paid by a friend of Helping Strays and the shelter will help her adopter with future medical bills.

https://www.vet.cornell.edu/departments-centers-and-institutes/cornell-feline-health-center/health-information/feline-health-topics/feline-leukemia-virus

Faith is one year old.

She is microchipped, spayed, and up to date on vaccines. If you are interested in meeting Faith, please complete an online adoption application or visit her at the shelter. Click the “Adopt Me” button below for an online application.

Caleb

Hi, I’m Caleb! I am a little shy when you first meet me, but once I warm up I like to stay by my people. I enjoy walks, hiking in the woods, laying in the nice cool water on a hot day, and getting pets. I am a nice guy and just looking for somewhere to call home. I love to explore and can jump pretty high so I will need a tall fence to keep me safe. I like having all the love and affection to myself, but I wouldn’t mind sharing it with a doggie sister. Will you give me my forever home?

Caleb is two years old and weighs 54 pounds. He is a sweet, shy boy and would do well with a strong leader to help him build confidence and enjoy the finer things in life.

Caleb’s adoption fee is $250; he is microchipped, neutered, and up to date on vaccines. If you are interested in meeting Caleb, please complete an online adoption application. Click the “Adopt Me” button below for an online application.

Caleb has heartworms and will be starting treatment soon. He would greatly benefit from having a quiet home to recuperate in rather than trying to rest in a noisy and stressful shelter environment. If you would like to provide a foster home, or foster-to-adopt home, during Caleb’s heartworm treatment, Helping Strays will provide everything you need; the medical care, crate, food, etc. Foster-to-adopt would be a great way to get to know him. Finalizing the adoption would be done once treatment is complete.

Walter

Hi there, my name is Walter! I am an adult hound full of hound personality. I am a big talker and will talk to you all the time. I am a friendly guy that is pretty independent but also loves a good butt scratch every once in a while. I do good with other dogs and enjoy being outside. I use my sniffer quite a bit to see what fun smells I can find. I would love to be your adventure buddy and find the best smells with you!

Ideal home/training I have:
Active household
Kids over 5
No cats
Dog friendly, no small dogs

Training I need:
Potty training
Crate training
Walking on leash
Basic manners/obedience
House training

Walter is seven years old and weighs 62 pounds.

Walter’s adoption fee is $250; he is microchipped, neutered, and up to date on vaccines. If you are interested in meeting Walter, please complete an online adoption application. Click the “Adopt Me” button below for an online application.

Walter has heartworms and will be starting treatment soon. Walter would greatly benefit from having a quiet home to recuperate in rather than trying to rest in a noisy and stressful shelter environment. If you would like to provide a foster home, or foster-to-adopt home, during Walter’s heartworm treatment, Helping Strays will provide everything you need; the medical care, crate, food, etc. Foster-to-adopt would be a great way to get to know him. Finalizing the adoption would be done once treatment is complete.