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Our adoption fee is 325 dollars for dogs 8 months and older and 450 dollars for puppies 7 months and younger.
Please understand that applicants are not on a first come first serve basis.
Approval is based on what will be the best for the pet and the applicant.
1 Year Old German Shepherd
Baron is a doll and just so sweet! He came to us with a medical condition and is being treated for Exocrine Pancreatic Insufficiency (EPI). Once his treatment proves that it is working, we will be available for adoption shortly there after!
Baron is dog selective and not good with cats.
Location: Syracuse NY
Max is a 2.5 year old German Shepherd/ mix who would love to find a forever family. He loves walks, the water, playing fetch and hanging out with his people. Max is house trained and crate trained. He is ok with dogs his size or larger (meet and greet is required). Max is not good with cats.
Location - Alder Creek, New York
Joji is a one year old black mouth cur/mix who would love to find his forever family. He is fantastic with other dogs (has attended doggie day care several times and had a blast). He’s a huge cuddler and just wants nothing more than a family to love! Joji would love a family that can take him for daily walks, play fetch with him and at the end of the day, snuggle up on the couch with him.
Joji is neutered, microchipped and UTD on vaccinations. He has also had several hours of basic training through our wonderful trainer. We do not know how joji is with cats or children.
Location - Baldwinsville, NY
7 Year old Golden Retriever
Recently rescued from a puppy mill. Will be available for adoption shortly
Athena is a beautiful, very friendly 6-year- old German Shepherd who is looking for someone who can accept her and help her through her medical condition. Athena is thought to have a congenital abnormality (or injury induced abnormality) causing Cauda Equina Syndrome, where the spinal canal narrows and compresses the nerves causing pain and fecal incontinence.
Athena has undergone several trips to Cornell University Hospital for Animals where she has had comprehensive blood panels, ultrasounds, physical examinations and neurology consultations.
Upon several trips to Cornell University the following conclusions have been determined: All tests have proved that there are NO detected abnormalities in Athena’s liver, gallbladder, pancreas, stomach, kidneys and small/large intestines'.
Within the last year Athena has made a lot of progress with proper adjustments made to her prescribed food and medication dosage. She is currently taking Cisapride to improve GI motility and Gabapentin to help manage her pain. She is also on a prescribed food diet. Between the medication and prescription food diet Athena has had improved bowl movements in consistency and volume and her fecal incontinence has also shown signs of improvement.
I spoke to the Dr. at Cornell University who has been taking care of Athena for over a year and she believes that making proper adjustments in Athena’s therapy and increasing medication dosage will help to improve Athena’s condition. She needs a family that can understand that she has a neurological deficit and would be willing to spend a couple of hundred dollars a month on food and medicine as well as understand that Athena suffers from fecal incontinence.
Although Athena suffers with a medical condition it does not stop her from being extremely active and loving! Athena is a complete sweetheart and loves to play! She loves chasing her ball all around her foster dad's yard and she has a blasts bringing her foster dad all of her favorite toys.
Athena has a whole lot of love to give and wants nothing more than a family to accept her for who she is, snuggle her every day and play with her throughout the night.
Athena is not good with other dogs but she is great with cats.
Location - Potsdam, New York