MISTY
She's just a baby, and her pictures definitely don't do her justice! Misty is a 7 month old, 35 lb black Lab mix who has been patiently waiting in GA for a NY/tri-state area FOSTER OR FOREVER HOME. Misty's foster mom is a trainer, and she says this girl would make a great candidate for a service dog! She is very smart and affectionate, has great indoor manners, loves to play with other dogs, and literally follows her people all around the house, preferably snuggled up on or in between their legs. If you have children, you won't have any worries with this girl. All she asks for is a lot of love! Misty is spayed, microchipped, and vaccinated, and her adoption fee is $450.

                              CEASAR
This gorgeous Southern gentleman is ready to grace on NY/tri-state area home with his presence! We rescued Caesar, a 5 year old (but foster mom says he seems younger), 52 lb Retriever/Chocolate Lab mix from a SC shelter where he was on the list to be euthanized. Can you imagine? He is ready to come up north, and he needs a FOSTER OR FOREVER HOME His SC foster mom says that Caesar is overjoyed to be out of the shelter and has a tail that never stops wagging.  He's having a grand old time romping around her backyard with the other pups, and he loves to chase a ball (but isn't overly interested in other doggie toys). Caesar also has very nice indoor manners (no chewing from this boy), is low-key and easygoing, loves meeting new people (and he doesn’t jump up on them!), and happily hangs in his crate when she runs errands, although he prefers to sleep on his bed at night.)  Caesar deserves only the very best in life from here on out!  He is neutered, microchipped, and vaccinated, and his adoption fee is $375.

                             BAILEY
Pretty Bailey definitely wasn't given a fair shot when she was adopted back in March. Before being rescued, Bailey, a house trained 3 year old, 45 lb Shepherd/Hound mix, never had a family of her own, so we knew she needed the usual new dog training, which we relayed to her adopters. Unfortunately, Bailey did not receive the training she needed, and she now finds herself looking for a FOREVER FAMILY with the time and patience to teach her what she needs to know. Bailey is a beautiful girl with typical young dog energy. She'd love a home where she can run in the backyard, take a walk, chase a ball, and enjoy other family adventures. Once she's tired out, she is a very mushy and sweet pup who likes to snuggle with her people. The kids in her current home are extremely active, and this continuous overstimulation, jumping, yelling, etc.... causes Bailey to become mouthy and jumpy when she tries to join in the playtime. Her new family needs experienced parents to correct the mouthing and jumping, and if there are kids, they need to understand how to properly behave around a dog. We've consulted with two trainers, and each agrees that Bailey is a great dog and just needs  a family who will train her properly. Bailey is spayed, vaccinated, and microchipped, and her adoption fee is $375.

 

 

                                                

 

                        TRUDY
To say this girl is amazing is the understatement of the year! Trudy,  a house and crate trained 1 1/2 year old (according to her SC records, but her fosters thinks she’s younger), 30 lb Lab /Border Collie mix is most definitely the friendliest pup in town who absolutely loves playing with other dogs and is wonderful with kids of all ages (yes, even the little ones.) Her wonderful Long Island foster family says Trudy is extremely smart and knows a bunch of cool tricks, walks perfectly on a leash, loves nothing more than to chase a ball or splash around in water, is a great travel companion in the car, and has the all around perfect temperament for any home. Honestly, what more can you ask for? Trudy is spayed, microchipped, and vaccinated, and her adoption fee is $425.

                       ROCCO
How can such a beautiful boy be overlooked? Not only is Rocco ridiculously handsome, but he's also as sweet as pie. Rocco, a 7 month old, 32 lb Weimaraner mix found himself abandoned by his family in SC when he came down with Parvo, and they couldn't afford to treat him. Thankfully, he has long since recovered, is as healthy as can be, and is all set for a FOSTER OR FOREVER HOME. Rocco's foster mom says he's a lover boy who has never met a stranger, gets along great with other dogs, and loves to play. He's going to make an amazing family member! He is neutered, microchipped, and vaccinated, and is adoption fee is $450.

                 HAYDEN
Look at this gorgeous boy! Hayden is a house trained 1 1/2 year old, 56 lb Australian Shepherd/Hound mix who is thriving in GA and looking for a NY/tri-state area FOSTER OR FOREVER HOME. When we first rescued him, he was suffering from a terrible case of mange, but he's looking super handsome these days. His foster mom Caroline says, “Hayden is a lover boy! He’s great with all other dogs, loves all people that he meets, including kids, and he’s even decent with cats. He’s a very smart boy who already knows several commands, including sit, down, stay, and place. This guy is young and has typical puppy-like energy, so he needs an active family and another energetic dog to play with him. He'd be the perfect new family member in a home full of adventures and fun!" Hayden is neutered, microchipped, and vaccinated, and his adoption fee is $425.

                    MOON
URGENT ON LONG ISLAND: Foster or Forever Home Needed ASAP. Moon is a female 2 year old, 70 lb Hound/Great Dane mix who was adopted last year from North Shore (NSAL was contacted, and they won’t take her back 😡). Unfortunately, her owner’s work schedule has changed significantly, and Moon finds herself alone pretty much the entire day. The owner‘s aunt has been helping by letting Moon out during the day, but she is unable to continue due to illness. Moon is a very pretty and laid back girl who loves to be with people, and she often has play dates with a doggy cousin. (She can be protective of her food when eating with another dog, so separate feedings are best.) She has not had much exposure to children, but when she sees kids, she doesn’t show much interest and pretty much ignores them. A dog savvy cat should be OK (as long as the cat doesn’t mind Moon trying to play). We’d love to find her a home with an experienced owner who is able to spend a lot of time with her. Moon is very smart and knows several commands, is house and crate trained, and she’s working on walking nicely on the leash. The last thing we want is to see Moon end up in a shelter! She is spayed, microchipped, and vaccinated.