13-Jan-2019Chapel Hill, NC+23 milesDogs for Adoption
Mild-mannered Miss Patsy is a 2yr old brindled lady with 4 white feet and white chest. She's a good size for an apartment at only 32 lbs. She enjoys leash walks, likes other dogs, and hasn't been aggressive toward cats at her foster home. Miss Patsy is quiet in a crate, enjoys back rubs, and holds her head up toward her caregiver for her ears to be massaged. She is best suited for a quiet, pred...
12-Jan-2019Chapel Hill, NC+23 milesDogs for Adoption
Bob tailed Raisin has short black and reddish tan fur with a white chest. Hair is short and low maintenance. He is 95% normal and 5% dominating and possessive. Raisin's positives: nice looking, nice size, already knows several commands and tricks, c...
11-Jan-2019Chapel Hill, NC+23 milesDogs for Adoption
Mild-mannered Miss Patsy is a 30 lb, 2yr old female dog who is likely a mixture of beagle and rat terrier. She has longish legs and a lean torso like a rat terrier with head shape and ears like a beagle. Her fur is short and low maintenance. She ha...
6-Dec-2018Raleigh, NC+15 milesDogs for Adoption
Clairee Breed: Rat Terrier Gender: Female DOB: 7-22-2006 Weight: 7lbs Micro chipped Adoption charge: $150 Clairee is a funny and delightful little girl! She's an alert small dog that knows exactly what's going on around her! She's also very watchful...
5-Dec-2018Raleigh, NC+15 milesDogs for Adoption
'Woof, woof!' barks Scamp. 'Pick me!' Scamp is 1 of the Extraordinarily Enchanting Eleven, a litter of eleven pups born in June to a Rat Terrier mixture mom. They were fortunate to have been born into foster care, where they could be loved and cared for by their mom and human foster parents. Scamp is excited about finding his own humans to love and wants to be sure he's not overlooked, so he's ...
6-Nov-2018Raleigh, NC+15 milesDogs for Adoption
Little Izzy Grace deserves so much more than she has been given her so far. She spent her 1st ten years in a puppy mill, and even though she is now free from that horror, she will always carry some physical scars and possibly emotional ones as well. A lifetime of poor dental care has left this gorgeous 9-lb. Rat Terrier with only 4 teeth, so she'll need to eat soft food. And a lack of positive ...