Adoptable Dogs

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 . Poppy .
 . Poppy .  . Poppy .  . Poppy .
  • Australian Cattle Dog / Blue Heeler, Hound
  • Up-to-date with routine shots
Poppy was dumped on a highway. She is about five months old, currently 22lbs, and ready to find her forever home. She has a sweet disposition and likes to be around people. Her adoption fee of $120 includes spay, vaccinations, microchip with lifetime registration, flea and tick prevention and dewormer. If interested in adding sweet Poppy to your family, please call 573-736-2088 or email lovingpawsadoptioncenter@gmail.com
Baby, Female, Medium
 . Doodle .
 . Doodle .  . Doodle .
  • Great Pyrenees, Australian Cattle Dog / Blue Heeler
Baby, Male, Large
 . Hope .
 . Hope .
  • Labrador Retriever
  • Up-to-date with routine shots
Hope had a rough life before she came to us. She was shot in the leg and was lucky to survive her injuries. By the time she was brought to us as a stray, the wounds had healed but her leg still needed to be amputated to allow for a pain free life. She is only about a year old and weighs 50lbs. Likely due to her past, she is a bit standoffish with strangers but warms up quickly when she is approached with kindness. If you think Hope would be a good fit for your family, please call 573-736-2088 or email lovingpawsadoptioncenter@gmail.com. Her adoption fee of $120 includes her spay, negative heartworm test, vaccinations, microchip with lifetime registration, flea and tick prevention and dewormer. Her leg will be amputated at our expense, and adoption will be finalized once she has recovered. Foster to adopt is an option for Hope, please inquire.
Adult, Female, Large
 . Jackson .
 . Jackson .
  • Australian Cattle Dog / Blue Heeler, Labrador Retriever
  • Spayed/Neutered
  • Up-to-date with routine shots
Jackson came to us with after being hit by a truck. He had a fractured pelvis and could not walk. Through medication, cage rest and lots of love in a dedicated foster family, he can now walk and play (almost) like any other pup at 6 months! He may always have a slight limp, but it is not bothering him one bit, and there isn't a good way to fix it. Jackson is now looking for his forever home, where he can be a part of a family! He loves everybody, and is potty trained. His adoption fee of $120 includes his neuter, vaccinations, microchip with lifetime registration, flea and tick prevention and dewormer. If you are interested in him, please call 573-736-2088 or email lovingpawsadoptioncenter@gmail.com
Baby, Male, Medium
 . Lola .
 . Lola .  . Lola .
  • German Shepherd Dog
  • Up-to-date with routine shots
The "L" puppies have an estimated birth date of 4/1/18. Their mom was hit by a car and died when they were only 4 weeks old. Luckily, someone found them and took them in. We received them at roughly 5 weeks old, and all babies went to foster homes. They are being socialized with children and other animals, so they will be well adjusted and healthy as can be when they go to their adoptive homes. We believe these puppies to be shepherd mixes, and they should grow up to be medium to large in size. If you are interested in this sweet baby, please call 573-736-2088 or email lovingpawsadoptioncenter@gmail.com or e-mail Foster Home directly at tammybennett2010@gmail.com Adoption donation of $150.00 includes spay/neuter, age appropriate vaccinations, microchip with lifetime registration, flea and tick prevention and deworm.
Baby, Female, Medium
 . Precious .
 . Precious .
  • Pit Bull Terrier
  • Spayed/Neutered
  • Up-to-date with routine shots
Precious is a petite and adorable Pittie mix. She is only 30lbs, but has tons of love to give. She showers people with kisses and hugs, and has never met a stranger. She gets along great with other dogs. She would make a great addition to any family, anyone would be lucky to have her. Her adoption fee of $120 includes her spay, negative heartworm test, vaccinations, microchip, flea and tick prevention and dewormer. If interested, please call 573-736-2088 or email lovingpawsadoptioncenter@gmail.com Precious is currently in a foster home and meet and greets can be arranged at your convenience!
Adult, Female, Medium
 . Dutch .
 . Dutch .  . Dutch .  . Dutch .
  • Pointer, Setter
  • Spayed/Neutered
Dutch Gender: Male Age/DOB: 14 mo; Born: Apr 2017 Weight: 45 pounds Color: White and Black Breed: Pointer / Setter Mix Good with Children: Never been around children Good with Dogs: Yes Good with Cats: Unknown; cats in the area Medical: He is neutered, microchipped, heartworm negative tested, and up-to-date on vaccinations. He seems to be very healthy. History / Behavior: Dutch is a beautiful Pointer / Setter mix (pictures don’t do him justice) from a large-scale rescue situation where he lived outside in a covered pen since about 12 weeks old about only human contact was when being fed or talked to. He is waiting to be moved into a foster home, so is not physically with his foster POC. If interested arrangements will be made for a meet and greet. He was initially petrified of being touched and would tremor and hide. He has come a long way in a couple of months with minimal interaction and no longer fears being touched by the couple people the work with him regularly and not too concerned with strangers. But he will need patience to learn about life with a family and things such as appliance noises, baths, TV or radio sounds, etc. He would be considered a flight risk if he got loose since he probably cannot be caught unless cornered. Though he has made much progress, it could take weeks or months for him to fully trust. The key has been to allow these dogs to come around as they feel more comfortable. He still lives at the location but will get to a foster home eventually if not adopted first. A meet and greet can be scheduled at the contact info below. Activity Level: Seems to be relatively high energy, but he only gets to get out and play every 2 or 3 days for a couple of hours. Where he came from there were numerous other dogs in pens and when given the opportunity he likes to play though he is protective of himself when approached quickly by new dogs. Leash trained: Initially he had to be carried step by step, but now is good on leash / harness. He is very inquisitive and loves his walks so will pull quite a bit so recommend a good no-pull type harness to discourage the pulling. He may try to pull away if he is startled but generally does not on a normal walk. Definitely recommend a martingale collar at a minimum. House trained: No experience in the house yet; adopter will have to be willing to train via gentle correction. If he has accidents in the house, you have to clean up and move on. He is very gentle-natured and scolding will set him back, weeks if not months. Recommend using male wraps until he has an understanding of acceptable behavior in a house since he has had no in-home experience yet. He has not had any experience in a crate. Fence: A fence is usually best for a dog and their family and especially since the whole process will be new and strange to him. Some of the dogs will not come in the house if they see their person near the door so have to prop the door open and get out of sight to get them to come inside. POC Comments: He is ready to be adopted to someone who understands his history and that he may always have some trust issues, but I feel confident he will acclimate in a relatively short amount of time and be a blessing to the right family. At this point, I feel the best thing for him is to be in his forever home where he can learn about life as a pet and family member. He’s been in the car a few times and does okay. It will be very beneficial to have a confident dog in the home. He will learn from them much quicker and gain more confidence and trust by just observing the other dog. He will readily take treats out of my hand and from others. He has not been around children but I feel he would do well with children who understand how to approach and be still around him. He is looking for a family with lots of patience and understanding. He is the way he is due to his living situation. It’s not his fault and is asking someone to look beyond any issues to the dog he can become with love and attention. Dutch is a beautiful, young pointer mix. He has lived his life in an outdoor run and was very resistant to human touch. He will bark out of fear but is not aggressive. He is actually seeming to enjoy his foster mom's touch. He has learned to walk on a harness and leash, but only in the area that he lives where he is comfortable. He has quite a way to go and will require a rescue-minded, experienced, patient owner. His adoption donation of $120.00 covers her vetting, including vaccinations, microchip with lifetime registration, deworming, negative heartworm test and heartworm prevention. Contact this animals foster contact at petfinder.pchs@gmail.com or text or leave a message at 573-512-2102. Applications are available on our main Petfinder page www.petfinder.com/shelters/MO529.html. Save the application to your computer. Once completed, send it to petfinder.pchs@gmail.com
Young, Male, Medium
 . Pippa .
 . Pippa .  . Pippa .  . Pippa .
  • Border Collie, Shepherd
  • Spayed/Neutered
  • Up-to-date with routine shots
  • Prefers home without dogsPrefers home without cats
Pippa originally came to us from an abandoned house. She was adopted and returned to us after a few months because she did not get along with her housemate. We are hoping to find her an only pet home, or an experienced owner who can introduce dogs slowly. She is, however, absolutely fantastic with children! Pippa is such a sweet girl and loves to be around her people, in the house and on leash walks. Her adoption fee of $120 will include spay, vaccinations, microchip with lifetime registration, dewormer and flea and tick prevention. If interested, please call 573-736-2088 or email lovingpawsadoptioncenter@gmail.com
Young, Female, Medium
 . Junior .
 . Junior .  . Junior .  . Junior .
  • Boxer, Pit Bull Terrier
  • Spayed/Neutered
  • Up-to-date with routine shots
Junior is a sweet Boxer/Pit mix, about 2.5 years old and 60lbs. He is a sweet and snuggly boy who would do anything to get his belly rubbed. He knows basic commands like sit and lay down, and walks nicely on a leash. He knows fetch and has a blast playing. He gets along really well with most dogs, but does not get along with some large male dogs. He is great with kids as well! His adoption fee of $120 includes neuter, negative heartworm test, vaccinations, microchip with lifetime registration, flea and tick prevention and dewormer. If you are interested in Junior, please call 573-736-2088 or email lovingpawsadoptioncenter@gmail.com
Adult, Male, Large
 . Karma .
 . Karma .  . Karma .
  • Pit Bull Terrier
  • Spayed/Neutered
  • Up-to-date with routine shots
Karma was found as a stray. She is friendly with some other dogs, and plays well with them. We would like to do a meet and greet if there are other animals in the household. Here at the shelter, she can play for hours with her friend, Fritz. She is looking for an active home, maybe with a fenced in yard so she can burn some energy. She was a little scared at first, but warms up fast and then she likes snuggles and human attention. Her adoption fee of $120 includes her spay, vaccinations, microchip with lifetime registration, negative heartworm test, dewormer and flea and tick prevention. If you are interested in Karma, please call us at 573-736-2088 or email lovingpawsadoptioncenter@gmail.com
Young, Female, Large
 . Wyoming .
 . Wyoming .  . Wyoming .  . Wyoming .
  • Gordon Setter, Spaniel
  • Spayed/Neutered
Age: Est 3 years Weight: 45 pounds Color: Black and Tan Breed: Spaniel / Gordon Setter Mix Good with Children: Yes, but due to lack of socialization need to be calm 10 yr + Good with Dogs: Yes Good with Cats: Yes Medical History: Neutered, microchipped, heartworm negative tested, up-to-date on vaccinations. Behavior: He came from a large-scale rescue situation where they lived outside in protected runs and only human contact was when being fed or talked to. Initially he was petrified of being touched and would tremor and melt. He has come a long way in the last several months with minimal interaction and no longer fears being touched, but has a way to go and will need lots of patience. He would be considered a flight risk if he got loose he would not be able to be caught unless cornered. Hopefully he will learn to trust enough to stay with his people. This could take months or more. The key has been to allow the dogs to come around as they feel more comfortable. He seems to really enjoy being inside and loves to play with other dogs. He is apprehensive but will accept petting while on a leash. He will approach and sniff your hand but tries to stay an arms length away. It’s a work in progress. Activity Level: Where he came from there were numerous other dogs in pens and when given the opportunity he loved to play. He tries to play with his fur brother in the household but the other dog is older and doesn’t chase. They do both wag tails and seem to get along just fine. He loves to run in an open enclosed area. He will go into a doghouse if provided. I have not seen him digging or trying to climb a fence. Leash trained: He walks well on a leash with just a collar. I have had a harness on him and he tolerates it just fine. He may pull if he is startled but generally does not on a normal walk. Definitely recommend a martingale collar at a minimum. House trained: Though he has lived outside in a pen his entire life and has just went to a foster home, he only had a few accidents in the house. He responds to gentle corrective voice command when he tries to mark or potty. He usually does not repeat the offense. Recommend using male wraps until he has an understanding of acceptable behavior. Crate trained: He will go into a crate and has been in a crate for sleeping overnight or when he needs to be left in the house unattended. He eats his meals in the crate to keep him separate from the other dog. Fence: A fence is usually best for a dog and their family and especially needed for Wyoming since he would be considered a flight risk. Some of the dogs will not come in the house if they see their person near the door so have to prop the door open and get out of sight so they come in. He needs work on using the leash to bring him in to show him it’s okay for someone to be near the door when he enters. He is led out on a leash so he knows it is all right to go outside. Sometimes once out he tries to zip back inside. He is learning to be patient when he enters or leaves the house so that his leash may be removed. Foster Comments: Wyoming is ready to be adopted to someone that understands his history and that he may never be like a dog you’ve had before, but I feel confident he will be a blessing to the right family. At this point, I feel the best thing for him is to be in his forever home where he can continue to learn about being loved as a family pet. He may become comfortable in my home but when he goes to another home, he may revert back to his fearful self. He was initially unsure of me and did not come to me; he normally has to be cornered to slip on a leash and then put on his harness. He is not aggressive. He does not know about dog beds but seems comfortable to lay on the floor in the house or on the porch. If there is a mirror he can see, he thinks the image is another dog and wants it to interact with it. I usually keep the door closed where our mirror is. It will be very beneficial to have a confident dog in the home. He will learn from them much quicker and gain more confidence and trust by just observing the other dog. When I pet our family dog, Wyoming will approach and sometimes allow me to pet him as well. He has been around cats inside and outside of the house and does not chase or try to attack them. He learned to come up and down steps after just a few times of showing him how to do it. He prefers to eat in his crate and this is normal for his background. He is taking treats out of my hand but will take them if place on the floor for him. He is still learning about toys and appropriate items to chew on. He has been around children. I feel he would do well with children age 10+ who understand how to approach and be still around him. He does not seem apprehensive of other people and my husband has been able to pet him while he is on a leash. He has met other dogs and adults while on a leash and though timid he did not try to run away. He’s been in the car a few times and does okay. He will sit and look out the window or lie down. He is looking for a family with lots of patience and understanding. If he has accidents in the house, you have to clean up and move on. If you scold him harshly or loudly, it will set him back. He is the way he is due to his living situation. It’s not his fault he needs someone to look beyond his issues to the dog he can become with love and attention. His adoption donation of $120.00 covers her vetting, including vaccinations, microchip with lifetime registration, deworming, negative heartworm test and heartworm prevention. Contact this animals foster home at petfinder.pchs@gmail.com or text or leave a message at 573-512-2102. Applications are available upon request or on our main Petfinder page www.petfinder.com/shelters/MO529.html. Save the application to your computer. Once completed, send it to petfinder.pchs@gmail.com
Adult, Male, Medium
 . Ruger .
 . Ruger .  . Ruger .
  • Australian Cattle Dog / Blue Heeler
  • Spayed/Neutered
  • Up-to-date with routine shots
  • Prefers home without small kids
Ruger has had a very rough past. When he came to us, he had to be hospitalized immediately: He had two gun shot wounds to his head, and one through the chest. He barely pulled through, and due to this we cannot blame him for being cautious with people he does not know. He is about 1-1.5 years old, seems to be a purebred Blue Heeler. He needs a very special family who will work with him through his trust issues with strangers. He will bond with his family, but will get defensive quickly if strangers approach too quickly. For this reason, we are looking for a home without children for him. If you are interested in Ruger, please email us at lovingpawsadoptioncenter@gmail.com. His adoption fee of $120 includes neuter, negative heartworm test, microchip, flea and tick prevention and dewormer. He is currently in a foster home and meet and greets can be scheduled at your convenience!
Young, Male, Medium
 . Hercules .
 . Hercules .
  • Pit Bull Terrier
  • Spayed/Neutered
  • Up-to-date with routine shots
  • Prefers home without cats
Hercules was found as a stray, and a kind family took him in as a foster. He is a big love bug and wants to be around other dogs and people. He is not a fan of cats, so we think a feline free home would be a safer choice for him. His adoption fee of $120 includes neuter, vaccinations, negative heartworm test, microchip with lifetime registration, flea and tick prevention and dewormer. If you are interested in Hercules, please call 573-736-2088 or email lovingpawsadoptioncenter@gmail.com
Young, Male, Large
 . Mama .
 . Mama .  . Mama .  . Mama .  . Mama .
  • Pit Bull Terrier
  • Spayed/Neutered
  • Up-to-date with routine shots
Mama has had a very rough life. Her worn teeth show that she knows what it feels like to be hungry and chewing on rocks. She was probably someone's backyard breeding machine for years. She got dumped without her babies, like a piece of garbage. Through it all, Mama never lost her sweet personality! She is actually extremely friendly with dogs, cats and kids and really just wants to be loved. She is on the smaller side for a pittie mix at about 35lbs. We want Mama to find the family she deserves, with a comfy bed for her to lay on, and snuggles on a daily basis. If you are interested in Mama, please call 573-736-2088 or email lovingpawsadoptioncenter@gmail.com Her adoption fee of $120 includes her spay, vaccinations, negative heartworm test, microchip with lifetime registration, flea and tick prevention and dewormer. Mama is currently in a foster home and meet and greets can be scheduled at your convenience!
Adult, Female, Medium
 . Mason .
 . Mason .
  • Chocolate Labrador Retriever, Labrador Retriever
Mason was found as a stray in very rough shape. She has an injured back leg, and she is emaciated. A kind family took her in and is now fostering her through our organization. She is currently in no condition to undergo surgery, but her great blood test results give us hope that she will get better! She has not lost her will to live, she is very food motivated and craves attention and affection from people. We are hoping to find her a place to live the good life, and are willing to negotiate the adoption fee for the right home. We truly just want to see her happy! She did not deserve to be abandoned at her age, and with an injury that could have probably been repaired, had it been addressed right away. Will you be Mason's hero? If you are interested in Mason, please call 573-736-2088 or email lovingpawsadoptioncenter@gmail.com
Adult, Female, Medium
 . Tonka .
 . Tonka .  . Tonka .  . Tonka .
  • Great Pyrenees, Labrador Retriever
  • Spayed/Neutered
  • Up-to-date with routine shots
Tonka is a beautiful Great Pyrenees Lab mix. He is really tall, but very gentle with children. He would like a home where he can spend lots of time outside in a fenced yard, or walking/hiking with his people. He is also a great couch potato though, and bonds quickly once he gets to know you. His adoption fee of $120.00 includes his neuter, vaccinations, negative heartworm test, microchip with lifetime registration, flea and tick prevention and dewormer. If you are interested in meeting this handsome guy, please call 573-736-2088 or email lovingpawsadoptioncenter@gmail.com He is currently in a foster home and meet and greets can be scheduled at your convenience.
Adult, Male, Large
 . Fritz .
 . Fritz .  . Fritz .
  • Chow Chow, Husky
  • Spayed/Neutered
  • Up-to-date with routine shots
Fritz showed up on somebody's property as a stray. He was never reclaimed, so now we want to find him his forever home that will keep him loved and safe. He seems to be a Chow mix (blue tongue, curly tail, thick coat, etc), we think maybe mixed with a Husky. He is about a year old and has lots of energy. He is very friendly with people and gets along great with most dogs. He appears to be housetrained. If you would like to give this awesome guy a forever home, please call 573-736-2088 or email lovingpawsadoptioncenter@gmail.com His adoption fee of $120 includes neuter, vaccinations, microchip with lifetime registration, flea and tick prevention and dewormer.
Young, Male, Large
 . Louie .
 . Louie .  . Louie .  . Louie .
  • German Shepherd Dog, Shepherd
  • Spayed/Neutered
  • Up-to-date with routine shots
Louie was found as a stray. We do not understand why, since he seems to be the perfect gentleman! Likes dogs, kids and cats, and is just a total sweetheart. He is crate trained and house trained. This handsome boy is now looking for his forever family! His adoption fee of $120 includes his neuter, negative heartworm test, vaccinations, microchip with lifetime registration, flea and tick prevention and dewormer. If you are interested in Louie, please call 573-736-2088 or email lovingpawsadoptioncenter@gmail.com Louie is currently in a foster home and meet and greets can be scheduled at your convenience.
Adult, Male, Large
 . Dianna .
 . Dianna .  . Dianna .  . Dianna .
  • Black Labrador Retriever, Labrador Retriever
  • Spayed/Neutered
Sweet Dianna is waiting for a chance to become a family pet. She and her sister Dianna and brother Alberici are estimated to be about 6-8 years old. The more they get out of the runs they have spent years in, the more energetic they become. They have had minimal human contact but are all 3 are sweet and friendly and though not used to the "outside" world, Albi is pretty social and Dianna is doing better with other people and Beth takes a longer to trust. All 3 just follow me around as I work with the other dogs, clean their areas, and feed. They seem to be very good natured and would love to all go to a home together. As you can see from the one original picture, they have put on a little too much weight but that can be regulated once they can get into a real home. Dianna has started her heartworm treatment but can go as a foster-to-adopt to the right home and will continue her treatment until completed. Albi has some vision problems and will most likely go completely blind, so he runs into things once in a while. Her adoption donation of $90.00 covers vetting, including vaccinations, microchip with lifetime registration, deworming, negative heartworm test and heartworm prevention. Contact this animals foster home at petfinder.pchs@gmail.com or text or leave a message at 573-512-2102. Applications are available on our main Petfinder page www.petfinder.com/shelters/MO529.html. Save the application to your computer. Once completed, send it to petfinder.pchs@gmail.com
Adult, Female, Medium
 . Choo Choo .
 . Choo Choo .  . Choo Choo .  . Choo Choo .
  • American Staffordshire Terrier, Pit Bull Terrier
  • Spayed/Neutered
  • Up-to-date with routine shots
  • Prefers home without cats
Choo Choo Gender: Female Age/DOB: 2-3 years Weight: 40 pounds Color: Black Breed: Miniature Pit Bull / American Staffordshire Terrier ?? Good with Children: Never been around children; recommend older children only Good with Dogs: Not with other females; Needs a well-adjusted male Good with Cats: No Medical: Spayed, microchipped, up-to-date on vaccinations, tested heartworm positive (waiting to be in a home to be treated), otherwise very healthy. She is a beautiful miniature bully looking dog, I call her my little pot-bellied piggy. She is waiting to be removed from a situation involving lots of dogs and has not been able to get into a foster home yet. She has lived most of her life in an outdoor run and though would greet the individual that fed her, she was very scared and resistant to human touch but never human-aggressive. She has quite a way to go and will require a rescue-minded, experienced, patient owner. She is also be a candidate for an approved rescue that could help her become more socialized. She tested heartworm positive, but needs to be able to get moved to a home setting before starting her treatment so she can get the initial daily meds, etc (total treatment lasts about 120 days) and is available as a foster-to-adopt until the treatment is complete. A meet-and-greet can be scheduled. She has come a long way though not yet to the point of desiring touch, she was initially petrified of being touched and would tremor and hide. Though she does not voluntarily come forward and may hide in the back of her run when approached, she has come a long way in a couple of months with minimal interaction and no longer fears being touched by the couple of people she knows and trusts and not too concerned with strangers. But she will need patience to learn about life with a family and things such as appliance noises, baths, TV or radio sounds, etc. She would be considered a flight risk if she got loose since he probably cannot be caught unless cornered. The only experience she has had in the car has been to and from the vet. She gets along great with male dogs and really needs to have a well-adjusted, confident companion dog for her to feel more relaxed and observe so she can learn much quicker about humans and life as a house pet. Due to minimal exposure to different people and having never been around children it is preferred she go to an adult-only or older children only home. Her new family will need to be patient and willing to give her time to continue learning to trust and then basically everything else about family life. This could be weeks, months, or even years. We have found some of the dogs have come around quickly with quiet reassurance and others just need lots and lots of time. She has quite a way to go and is looking for a family with lots of patience and understanding. Leash trained: Initially she had to be carried step by step, but now is good on leash / harness with the 2 people she trusts that work with her. In the beginning she would try to chew out of anything and would chew a nylon or non-chain leash with just a few bites, but is doing much, much better. She may try to pull away if startled but generally does not on a normal walk. Definitely recommend a martingale collar at a minimum. She is apprehensive but will accept petting while on a leash. She will need to be kept on a leash most of the time when she gets to her new home until a routine is established. House trained: No experience in the house yet; adopter will have to be willing to train via gentle correction. If she has accidents, you have to clean up and move on. She is gentle-natured and scolding will set her back, weeks if not months. Recommend using doggie pants until she has an understanding of acceptable behavior in a house. She has not had any experience in a crate. Fence: A fence is usually best for a dog and their family. In her case it is especially important since the whole process will be new and strange to her and it is known that she will go after other female dogs. She may be fine in a secure, quality chainlink or privacy fenced yard for short periods but will and has dug out of small pens and will break out of a standard chainlink kennel. But once she gets in a home and is not confined as she was she may do fine and not try to dig or climb out. Some of the dogs will not come in the house if they see their person near the door so have to prop open the door and get out of sight to get them to come back inside. She is the way she is due to her living situation. It’s not her fault and is needing someone to look beyond any issues to the companion she can become. She is ready to be adopted to someone who understands her history and that she may always have some trust issues, but I feel confident she will acclimate and be a wonderful companion to the right family. Her adoption donation of $90.00 covers her vetting, including vaccinations, microchip with lifetime registration, deworming, negative heartworm test and heartworm prevention. Contact this animals foster home at petfinder.pchs@gmail.com or text or leave a message at 573-512-2102. Applications are available on our main Petfinder page www.petfinder.com/shelters/MO529.html. Save the application to your computer. Once completed, send it to petfinder.pchs@gmail.com
Adult, Female, Medium
 . Beth .
 . Beth .  . Beth .  . Beth .
  • Black Labrador Retriever
  • Spayed/Neutered
Sweet Beth is waiting for her chance to be a family pet. She and her sister Dianna and brother Alberici are estimated to be about 6-8 years old. The more they get out of the runs they have spent years in, the more energetic they become. They have had minimal human contact but are all 3 are sweet and friendly and though not used to the "outside" world, Albi is pretty social and Dianna is doing better with other people and Beth takes a longer to trust. All 3 just follow me around as I work with the other dogs, clean their areas, and feed. They seem to be very good natured and would love to all go to a home together. As you can see from the one original picture, they have put on a little too much weight but that can be regulated once they can get into a real home. Dianna has started her heartworm treatment but can go as a foster-to-adopt to the right home and will continue her treatment until completed. Albi has some vision problems and will most likely go completely blind, so he runs into things once in a while. Her adoption donation of $90.00 covers her vetting, including vaccinations, microchip with lifetime registration, deworming, negative heartworm test and heartworm prevention. Contact this animals foster home at petfinder.pchs@gmail.com or text or leave a message at 573-512-2102. Applications are available on our main Petfinder page www.petfinder.com/shelters/MO529.html. Save the application to your computer. Once completed, send it to petfinder.pchs@gmail.com
Adult, Female, Large
 . Alberici .
 . Alberici .  . Alberici .  . Alberici .
  • Black Labrador Retriever
  • Spayed/Neutered
  • Spayed/Neutered
  • Special Needs
Sweet Alberici (aka Albi) is waiting to for his chance to be a family pet. He is not physically with his foster POC, but if interested arrangements will be made for a meet and greet. He and his sisters Dianna and brother Beth are estimated to be about 6-8 years old. The more they get out of the runs they have spent years in, the more energetic they become. They have had minimal human contact but are all 3 are sweet and friendly and though not used to the "outside" world, Albi is pretty social and Dianna is doing better with other people and Beth takes a longer to trust. All 3 just follow me around as I work with the other dogs, clean their areas, and feed. They seem to be very good natured and would love to all go to a home together. As you can see from the one original picture, they have put on a little too much weight but that can be regulated once they can get into a real home. Dianna has started her heartworm treatment but can go as a foster-to-adopt to the right home and will continue her treatment until completed. Albi has some vision problems and will most likely go completely blind, so he runs into things once in a while. His adoption donation of $90.00 covers his vetting, including vaccinations, microchip with lifetime registration, deworming, negative heartworm test and heartworm prevention. Contact this animals foster home at petfinder.pchs@gmail.com or text or leave a message at 573-512-2102. Applications are available on our main Petfinder page www.petfinder.com/shelters/MO529.html. Save the application to your computer. Once completed, send it to petfinder.pchs@gmail.com
Adult, Male, Large
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