Dottie is stressed at the shelter. Is there anyone that can give this girl a break in their home to foster until we can find her a forever home? Dottie is a sweet, affectionate girl who gives kisses and likes to cuddle. She also enjoys going for walks and romping in the snow. This girl was with us in August with her brother. She was adopted first and it took a long time to find the right home for her brother. Unfortunately for Dottie, she didn’t get into a good situation and ended up living in the basement. This girl deserves better than that. You can tell that no time was spent with her but deep down she is still a great dog. She was neglected to say the least. We will work hard to get her exercised, learning some commands, and to play like a young dog should. Won’t you give this pretty gal a chance, you will fall in love and she will give you her unconditional love in return. Please come to meet her at 184 Verona Street. If you would like to foster Dottie, please contact Ginny at 355-7203.
Mouse #18880242 Meet Mouse! She's a 5 month old Shetland Sheepdog mix. She's very shy at first and sensitive but, once she is comfortable, she is very energetic and playful with lots of personality. She needs to take her time getting to know new people but with patience and training, she's going to grow up to be a sweet, loving girl. Mouse will do best in a home where any children are older. She'd also benefit from the company of an older, more confident dog. If you'd like to meet this pretty girl, please contact our animal behaviorist, Allysa Boyea at firstname.lastname@example.org or 585-273-1330 X 148 to set up a time.