looking for their furever home!


Hello fellow social distancers! My name is Biggie. Foster mom calls me Biggity-Boppity-Boo – tis silly but she gives treats and belly rubs so I don’t judge. So, I hear everyone is social distancing and not having fun with it. But I’ve been social distancing for a while now and it’s not so bad. See, I don’t always like other dogs so I have to be kept separate from my foster siblings. Like I says, is not so bad. I don’t have to compete for belly rubs or kisses, and we don’t all get in biggie sized trouble anymore because we.. ok, I… maybe get in a bit of a mood and have drama! I’m down for this social distancing business! I like to be the only dog, so we can hang out on the couch and I can help you do work and I can observe your magic portal meetings and be the company mascot! I am a boxer mix, a seeker of sloppy kisses, a beggar of belly rubs, a finder of fallen food and the snoring champion of naptime! I’m nearly 8 years old, and looking for my perfect retirement home. But don’t be fooled by my age – I’ve still got plenty of Biggie fun! I LOVE to play with toys and play catch and run in the yard and bouncy bounce like I’m a little when it’s time for meals! I’m house & dog door trained and is good boy and run straight to my kennel when it’s time for you to leave….I mean, as long as there’s a treat – I do have standards. I sometimes forget how big I am so if there’s children in the home it would be better if they’re older. I am up to date on all of my vaccinations and am heartworm and tick disease negative. If you’re interested in a laid-back low maintenance buddy…and if you have a big cushy pillow for me to sleep on and if you want to give me lots of belly rubs, then we should totally meet! Just let the awesome SPSPCA people know by e-mailing and they’ll get us all set up with a private meeting! I can go on a one-week home visit and if all the nap times and belly rubs and becoming your company mascot go well then you can adopt me forever!!



Hi, my name is Ren. I am a 4 year old pit mix. I was rescued from a small rural shelter after my family decided to surrender me. I was so sick when I came to the SPCA. I had 2 tick diseases, I wasn't eating, and could hardly walk because I was so weak. The shelter I was at loved me and went on and on about how I am a great dog and did the best they could to care for me. They were so happy when the SPCA got me. The vet was very worried that I might not make it. All I did for the first week was sleep and my foster mom had to hand feed me to get me to eat. After a lot of TLC from my foster family and great care from the vet, I got over my tick diseases and began to eat! I now weigh 64 pounds from the 52 pounds I weighed when I was rescued. I really had no idea how to play and am learning that it is fun! I enjoy my foster doggy siblings company. I am learning what it means to be a part of a family and how it works living in a home. I have marked a few times in my foster home but I am learning quickly that I need to potty outside like my foster doggy siblings. I am a really chill dog. I need to be in a home with older children because I'm still adjusting to this wonderful thing called life and little kids might overwhelm me. My adoption fee is $150 and includes up to date shots, heart worm test, microchip and neuter. I can go on a home visit with you for 1 week! If interested in adopting Ren, send an email to


Dax is a large lovable teddy bear of a dog. He seems to be some type of Rottweiler mix and is so beautiful. Some lucky owner will enjoy the hugs and snuggles. The vet thinks he’s probably 1-2 years old so still has some over exuberant puppy tendencies when he first sees you. He is playful and fun, but gets excited when he is playing and is very strong. Dax does have an unfortunate fondness of expensive workout socks and struggles a little, or a lot, with personal space boundaries. 🙂

Dax is a little shy with new people, but warms up when he gets to know you. Dax does great with the doggy door and is potty trained. His foster has only really had him around the female dog he was picked up with so not sure about how he does with other dogs or cats.

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