Adoptable Dogs 

Saving lives, Building Families. 

Are you ready to meet the love of your life? 

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  • Female 

  • Adult

  • Large Stature 

  • Pit Bull Terrier, Mixed

  • Spayed/Neutered

  • Housebroken

  • Up-to-date with routine shots

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Meet Betsy Ross!

Betsy Ross is one beautiful girl and full of life. She is pure sunshine. Her estimated birthday is December 11, 2016. Betsy has been through many journeys in life and is now starting another chapter with BHS. Betsy was not surrendered to BHS because of any faults but because her owner could no longer take care of her after her owner had a stroke. Yes, her owner is devastated but BHS has committed to find Betsy the perfect home where Betsy can live out the rest of her life. Betsy is also handicapped due to a neurologic issue. She has a head tilt and loses her balance if she moves too quickly. She has had Xray of skull and spine and no disc disease was detected. Betsy does not let this challenge stop her. She runs and plays, skips and wiggles and just has the biggest smile. She loves to snuggle on the couch with you while you watch TV and gives lots of kisses. She has lived with other dogs and is now living in a foster home with another dog. She has not been around cats.
Betsy is up to date medically and spayed. She is microchipped and registration is included in the adoption fee.

  • Male 

  • Young Adult, 11 months old

  • Medium Stature, 54 lbs.

  • Lab Mix

  • Neutered

  • Housebroken

  • Up-to-date with routine shots

  • Good with kids and dogs!

Meet Duke!

Duke is a handsome young man that maybe didn’t have the best start in his young life… BUT he is ready for the next chapter with a family that he will love him. I haven’t had him but a few days and although he is a little stinky and can’t have a bath for a few days due to just being neutered.  He is one of the sweetest dogs.  He doesn’t know much but wants to be with you. He is good with other dogs, children ... seems interested in cats, so not sure about that yet.  He has done fine riding in the car and even though he really hasn’t had any training doesn’t seem to pull on leash.  Best of all he doesn’t jump on you!! Well to be honest, he did once after being confined to a crate after his surgery.  A crate is not his favorite thing but seems to tolerate it as long as he gets out to play, he would just rather be with you. I think he’s going to like my doggie pool; he is a Lab maybe golden mix. Duke weighs 54 lbs and could use a few more pounds. He is microchipped, heartworm negative, and had his first set of vaccinations. This dog would be a great addition to any family. All he needs is a chance!