Happy Tail: Henry

Henry came into the shelter scared and shy. Henry, adopted a year ago, just moved to Maryland with his Sphinx cat sister and his shepherd mix brother. He has come out of his shell more and more every day!

Happy Tail: Collin

I adopted Collin on December 1, 2017. He was just what I needed to mend a broken heart when my Brody passed away just after Thanksgiving. Collin and his little buddy Lionel are the best of friends! Collin makes the world a happier place!!

Happy Tail: Faith

We came in to drop off some towels a couple of weeks ago and met Faith, a shy and anxious 2 year old Border Collie mix. We came back the next day to introduce her to our 10 year old Border Collie mix, Holly (also originally a rescue) and they seemed to hit it off, […]

Happy Tail: Chaos & Chase

On 11/12/18 we adopted the two most adorable, lovable and amazing dogs. My family and I feel so fortunate to have them. We adopted Chaos, a 4 year old retriever mix.  He is house trained and an amazing, great companion to us and for Chase. He also lives up to his name LOL, but we […]

Happy Tail: Ashley (aka Angie)

This is my Ashley (formerly knows an Angie.) I came to the shelter on December 1, saw her and fell in love with her. Her tail had to be amputated, but that just makes her more unique and adorable. Here she is with my older cat, Amber. My thanks to the shelter and her foster […]

Happy Tail: Roxy

We adopted Roxy on March 31st and she has brought so much joy to our whole family. She is a smart, energetic puppy and we can’t image life without her!

Happy Tail: Thunder

Just want to thank you again for an amazing best friend!! I wanted to email you some pictures of Thunder’s latest adventures! He is an amazing hiker and cuddler!

Happy Tails: Fae (Formerly Abby)

We adopted Fae, formerly known as Abby, on Memorial day weekend. I saw her picture on petfinders and called the shelter. I was looking to add a third dog to our home since our oldest is fourteen. I spoke with a volunteer on the phone and from her description, Fae seemed like a possible fit. […]