Nash

Nash is a 5-6 year old lab/golden mix. He gets along with other dogs, he loves people and playing in the pools. If you would like to meet him call us at 937-265-5178 or email an adoption application to us at wagsinn@gmail.com

Teddy

Teddy is a 2 year old black lab. He loves people and dogs. He could live in the water and pools! He is looking for his perfect family! Please call us at 937-265-5178 or email an adoption application to wagsinn@gmail.com

Joey

Joey is a lab mix (white) he is approx 2 years old. He is very friendly and playful. We are still learning things about him. If you are interested please call us 937-265-5178 or email an adoption application to wagsinn@gmail.com

Jasper

Jasper is a beagle/rottweiler mix (black & tan) he is approx 2 years old. He is a very playful boy but wants all the attention from his humans. We are still learning things about him. If you are interested call us at 937-265-5178 or email and adoption application at wagsinn@gmail.com

Pepper

Pepper is approx 1 year old. She is a cattle dog mix. She is a sweet girl but can be shy when she first meets you. She is doing great with other dogs. Please call us at 937-265-5178 or email an adoption application to us at wagsinn@gmail.com

 

Opie

Opie is approx 6 month old beagle. He has been neutered and up to date on his shots. He is a sweet boy that loves playing with other dogs and hasn’t met a person he hasn’t liked. If you would like to meet him give us a call 937-265-5178 or email us an adoption application at wagsinn@gmail.com.

 

 

 

Freddy is looking for his perfect home

Freddy is a 2 year old yellow lab.  He absolutely loves other dogs and playing with them.  He will do best in a  home that has another dog.  He can be a extremely shy around ( some) new people but he warms up quickly.  He can be reactive when it comes to going to the vet. Or doing his nails. However, although he has these issues he has come a long way from the first day he arrived where he stood in the corner scared of everyone. Freddy has been working with one of our trainers a couple times a week  and our rescue caretaker as well as all of our staff. We have seen his confidence level rise and being able to trust people progress in a positive way. His new family  needs to be willing to be patient until he gets comfortable with his surroundings.  We also strongly recommend he continues to work with a trainer. Although he has been around children we feel it is best there are no small children in the home.   He enjoys going for rides in the car, he has made visits to a nursing home, and retail stores where he greeted everyone with kindness.  He makes “happy” visits to the Vet office and we are making progress.