Phillip is extremely unsocialized, he came from a hoarding situation where he was never properly cared for and was in bad shape. He’s definitely come out of his shell since we first rescued him. If you are looking for a dog that will be all over you and shower you with immediate love, then Phillip is not for you. He’d be a great companion dog to another small dog! He is very much a pack animal and loves the company of another pup. He will be shy at first, but if your heart is open to him, give him some time and he will love you once he gets to know you. Your patience will pay off with this sweet boy. Remember, Phillip was failed by the human who had him. It is our goal to show him we are not here to hurt him, but to love him. He needs some TLC, time & patience. He is a project dog, who just needs to learn to trust again.
Teal is a beautiful, squishy, laid-back, happy soul that appreciates slow walks, deep couches, and even deeper food bowls. She is very gentle and lowers the stress level of a room simply by being in it. Teal would make a wonderful emotional support animal or family dog. Teal just wants a best friend that can love her for who she is: a serene, gentle, joyful girl that lives life to its fullest. She loves her food.
Teal was surrendered she and her housemate found themselves dumped by their family on a relative that already had a full home of her own. She, her housemate Duck, and the family member were all heartbroken at the situation and asked for our assistance. Duck and Teal are both two truly beautiful souls. They may be adopted together or separately. Teal gets along well with other creates and spent a short while in a home with cats and ferrets and did well with all of them. Teal is a slow moving kind of girl who tips the scales at 96 lbs. She rides well in a car and walks fine on a leash when asked. She just wants to live the soft, comfortable, luxurious life. Teal is crate trained and housebroken.
Duck is a wonderful, stately, somewhat timid, reserved gentleman that enjoys a snuggle in your lap. He gets along wonderfully with all other creatures. He spent time in home with cats, ferrets, and other dogs, and was genial with all of them. Duck weighs 16 lbs and is so short, that his feet and legs have those wonderful Dachshund wrinkles!
Duck is a gentle boy that was surrendered after his family left him unexpectedly and his housemate, Teal with a family member that had no means to care for him. The family member very kindly called us and asked for assistance; and what a wonderful pair of dogs they both are! He takes a small amount of time to warm up to new situations after being so harshly and unexpectedly thrown into two new environments in such a short time.
He was given the name Duck after the Aflac commercial’s star by his previous owner’s young child. They may be adopted together or separately. Duck rides well in a car, hops along great on a leash, and is crate trained and house trained. Duck would love to stick his long, pointy nose in your ear snuffle appreciatively at your leisure!