Meet Perry! 
Perry is the most powerful anti-depressant! Rescued on his last day of life from animal control at the age of two. 
Perry has been waiting at the sanctuary for a home for FIVE years. Time to get this handsome boy a forever home! He is a 7 year old pure bred American Stafford Terrier. He loves all people, but prefers female dog friends only. He loves the outdoors, taking walks, does well on a leash, and is quite the love bug! 
When outdoors he loves to run, sniff, check out the perimeter and be a dog. He is quite the lover— loves belly rubs, ear tickles, back rubs, and being a lap dog!!! In spite of his size, he wants to snuggle in your lap and give kisses—if allowed. 
Another favorite of the volunteers, Perry is handsome boy and deserves to have a family, home with a fenced yard of his own. 

Sponsored By:  Melody McGowan


Addie. is a ray of sunshine, it seems she's always trying to make you laugh. She makes you feel so loved, she adores every second she gets to hangout beside you! This girl loves to play. I have yet to find a toy she doesn't love. She has proven she is a quick learner as well. The only bump we've hit is her lack of socialization with other dogs. She would do best as the only dog in the home, but we're working on that. 

Lilly 2

This love of a dog is Lily. She is 13. Her family left her tied to a pole when they no longer wanted her. 
She needs special food because of her failing kidneys. We don't know if she has 6 months or 3 years left but we KNOW she deserves to live it. 
Sometimes she has a little piddle accident, not often though. Heck at over 50 sometimes if I laugh too hard I could have a little piddle accident too, so I can't fault her for one. ????. 
She is wonderful with other dogs though she will try to steal their dinner so you have to watch her. 
She is quiet, easy going and very sweet. 
At some point she was hit by a car or had some other type of injury to her back legs, so they are not as strong as they should be. 
She weighs maybe 20 lbs. 
She is ok here in our home with our dogs but we would love it if someone would give her a home with their family. We have a large pack and would like her to have all the attention she deserves in her golden years. 

Sponsored By: Jeanne Kennedy


Clayton is the only survivor of a litter of puppies who were rescued from Union County Animal Control along with their mommy.Clayton has a neurological issue that prevents him from running like a normal dog.He is also partially blind in one eye.He LOVES almost everyone, dogs, (no small dogs or cats) adults, he has a wonderful nature even with this disability.  Because of this limited vision, he would do best with a home without small children. He will get to live a long happy life as his issue will not affect his years on this earth, just his ability to run like a normal dog. Please give this amazing survivor a place to call forever.