Dogs Available for Adoption

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Pecan New Pecan (CTW Cooper Reese)
Male - 70 lbs. - 3 years 8 months old
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Pecan is named after the Alabama State Nut, because he's a big goofy red boy who loves to run and play. He's as sweet as he is tall, and is quiet in a crate. After the cat hit him in the face, he walked away and avoided contact. What a great, loveable boy he is!
New Camelia (FTK Smokin)
Female - 61 lbs. - 6 years 1 month old
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Camelia, named after the Alabama State Flower, is our brood mama who has finished her service and is now looking for a soft place to land. She just turned 6, and is just as sweet as can be. She's playful and active, and keeps up with the other dogs with no problem. She's cat-safe and is getting along well with everyone. What a wonderful little girl she is!
Blackberry New Blackberry (CTW Shantina)
Female - 60 lbs. - 3 years 7 months old
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Blackberry, named after the Alabama State Berry, is just an adorable little girl. She is happy, sweet, and loving. She ignored the cat and our small dogs. Updates to come.
Dixie New Dixie (WW's Quick Fire) No Cats
Female - 58 lbs. - 3 years 10 months old
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Dixie is a gorgeous black brindle girl, who definitely is not cat safe. She does get along with the other greys, after the initial growls and introductions. She's tiny and active, and seems very loving and sweet. Updates to come.
AlabamaSlammer New AlabamaSlammer (WW's Handgun)
Male - 75 lbs. - 3 years 11 months old
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Bama is definitely a Slammer, named after a wild drink! He's large, tall, and active. What a great dog! He loves to run, gets along with everyone, and is just a great all-around grey with a wonderful, sweet personality. He'll need room to run, other dogs to play with, and he even ignored the cat! Updates to come.
New Flicker (Night Night)
Male - 65 lbs. - 2 years 6 months old
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Flicker, named after the Alabama State Bird, is a very sweet, small-ish male. He is getting along well with everyone and has a wonderful, quirky face. He is cat-safe. He's playful and loves to be petted. Updates to come.
Luke (Luke Skywalker) No Cats
Male - 55 lbs.
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Luke is about 11 months old. He is a lurcher and came from Ohio several months ago. He was placed, but was having trouble with house training and when examined, he was found to have a serious congenital liver deformity. Fortunately, Ohio State and Dr. Couto stepped in and he was given a procedure that should cure his liver issues. He is now 2 months post-procedure and is doing great. His blood work is perfect, he's growing, gaining weight, and just being sweet as pie. Luke is definitely a puppy and needs training but he is wonderful and loving, and now available for adoption. He will need a full blood panel every month for the next four months, which will tell us if his good health is holding, but Nittany will be paying for those medical bills. He just needs someone to love and to love him. His prognosis is great, but to be realistic, he could relapse. We have no way of knowing... all we know is that he is perfect right now and we want him to have a family to love. UPDATE: Luke is in our prison foster/training program and he's doing very well...
Raider Raider (Joey Red Raider)
Female - 63 lbs. - 2 years 3 months old
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UPDATE: Raider has been in a foster home for several weeks now and she is doing very well... she loves running and playing with her greyhound foster-brother, is great with the resident cat, and walks well on a leash. She'll need a home with another dog she can play with. She prefers a quiet environment and will jump at loud noises. She is loving and affectionate and quiet in the home. She is crate trained as well. Raider will need some patience but after a transition time to get comfortable, she will be a fantastic companion.