Available for Adoption

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Madonna

Madonna is a super sweet girl that is around 4 years old  and weighs about 75 lbs. She is a huge love bug that loves laying across your lap for belly rubs and kisses. She loves people and is always happy to meet a new human. Give her a few ear scratches or belly rubs, and she will be your best friend forever. 

Madonna has medium-to-high energy level and would love to find an active family that can take her on lots of adventures hiking or exploring nature. She loves to sunbathe, roll around in the grass and take naps on the porch when it's sunny outside, so a fenced-in backyard is a must in her new home. 

Madonna can be excitable around other dogs without proper exercise first, but after a disciplined, structured walk and a bit of running around, she is much more lady-like with her introductions. Her foster mom recommends that she go to a new home where she will get daily exercise and have strong leadership so she can be a more social, well-behaved dog when she is taken in public. 

Madonna is potty trained, leash trained and kennel trained. At this time, we are recommending that she go into a home with no other pets.

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Samson

Samson is a 5 year old, 65 lb. cuddle bug. He is a big lover boy that adores people - both big and small. He is the most loyal dog you can have, and will want to be everyone's best friend within seconds of meeting them. He is looking for a family that will appreciate his laid back, couch potato lifestyle. He enjoys going on walks around the neighborhood or playing fetch in the backyard. After playtime, he will curl up in your lap and give you lots of kisses before taking a long nap.

Samson is a smart boy and loves to learn new commands. He has already mastered commands like "sit", "crate", "let's go bye bye" and "it's time to eat". He is potty trained, crate trained, and leash trained. He is well behaved when he is left out of his crate and doesn't chew on anything he's not supposed to, but he likes to have his safe space available when he needs some time to reflect on life.

Samson can be dog-selective with larger dogs (we think they scare him because he doesn't realize he's a big boy himself) and he is NOT reactive to other dogs on walks. He does get along better with small dogs that he meets with a slow, proper introduction and does just fine walking past other dogs in public. He is not a fan of cats at all. We do recommend that he goes to a home with no other pets at this time. Due to his large size and happy wiggle butt, he should not go to a home with small children since he may accidentally knock them over. He would do great with older children who love to snuggle and will play fetch with him.