Our Vision Statement
To create a structured work environment and implement a detailed plan that integrates staff and volunteers to utilize skills, talent, and education for maximum benefit.
Noses In: 79
Noses Out: 85
Where they came from: May
Animal Control: 41 Returned: 3
Stray: 17 Other: 0
Owner Surrender: 18
Dog of the Month
The last kid picked for the ball team...that's what it's like for many black dogs in shelters. Black dogs are often overlooked by potential adopters. It's called Black Dog Syndrome or Black Dog Bias and there are many theories as to its cause. But we know color doesn't matter! A loveable dog is a loveable dog. Black is back, Baby!
Senior dogs hold a special place in our hearts here at the Shelter! We want each one to have a special forever home to enjoy the rest of their days in comfort and the knowledge that they are loved.
Some dogs enjoys being with other family pets. Some prefer to be the only pet in the home. These special pups don’t like to share your attention and want to be Your One & Only.