Adoptable Dogs 

Saving lives, Building Families. 

Are you ready to meet the love of your life? 

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  • Male

  • Puppy

  • Currently 10 lbs, Medium stature when full grown

  • Boxer/Hound Mix

  • Up-to-date with routine shots

  • Good with other dogs

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Meet Jamie!

Jamie was pulled from the local pound therefore we do not know much about him. Estimated to have been born around April 22,  2022. He appears to have Boxer and a bit of Hound. He is learning a few simple commands. Sit, stay, get back and he is learning to walk on a leash. He is very sweet but has lots of energy. Not recommended with young children because of his young puppy jumping. He loves to be with his person so he will need someone whom will give him lots of attention and teach him to be a great companion pup. He is in a kennel therefore will need to be house trained once adopted. He does like to be with his people and will bark some when left alone. He rides well in a vehicle while in a crate. If you have lots of time to help Jamie learn to be a great companion. 

 

Jamie has been dewormed, microchipped, free of external parasites and has received the Distemper-Parvo combination vaccine.  Since he is not yet neutered, Jamie is not available for adoption outside of the counties contiguous to Bedford County.

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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 X-ray 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.

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  • Female 

  • Adult

  • Large Stature 

  • Shepherd Mix

  • Spayed

  • Housebroken

  • Up-to-date with routine shots

Meet Missy!

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Missy is a beautiful 1-year-old shepherd mix and weighs around 50 lbs.  She gets along with everybody (dogs, cats, and people).  She loves, loves, loves to play and is super sweet.  She's a good walker.  Missy is up to date on her vaccinations and currently on flea, tick and heartworm medicines.  She began having occasional seizures and is now on medication. The medication she needs to control her seizures is relatively inexpensive.  

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  • Male 

  • Adult

  • Medium Stature 

  • Neutered

  • Housebroken

  • Up-to-date with routine shots

Meet Bear!

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Just look at that cute face, don’t you just want to love on him. I’ve only had him a couple of days and he is coming into himself. He keeps his kennel clean and we were told he is crate trained. He has lived with children but he is an active puppy. He is a very good natured and learning manners. Bear is almost 6 months old and we were told he is a German shepherd mix. He rides great in a car, leash training is a work in progress. He is a very sweet natured dog, he will be a wonderful addition your family.  Bear is neutered and has received the Distemper-Parvo combination vaccine, Kennel Cough vaccine and Rabies vaccine.  He is microchipped and has been dewormed and also he is on heartworm preventative.  

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  • Female 

  • 3 months

  • Medium Stature 

  • Housebroken

  • Up-to-date with routine shots

Meet Shellie!

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Shellie was pulled from the local pound therefore we do not know much about her. She appears to have Boxer traits by jumping around and wiggling her back end. She is learning a few simple commands. Sit, stay, get back and she is ok on a leash except she prefers to carry the leash. She does paly fetch and brings the toy back to the thrower. She is very sweet but has lots of energy. Not recommended with young children because of her hyper ways. She is in a kennel at night and does not potty inside. She is not afraid of much including the lawn mower. She does like to be with her people and will bark some when left alone. She rides well in a vehicle while in a crate. If you have lots of time to help Shellie learn to calm down, she will make a great companion.