Bane

Bane

Bane is a 1-2 year old, male terrier mix, we almost think he may have some Italian Greyhound in him because he is a very petite boy. Bane is a little on the shy side - but loves to be with the other dogs and running around the yard. He is perfectly house broken and crate trained. If you are looking for a wonderful playmate for your dog - Bane would be a wonderful fit!

Bud

Bud

Bud is a 2 year old boy from the local shelter. He is a classic 100 pound lap dog. This boy is highly intelligent and takes direction extremely well. He already knows some basic skills - like sit, stay (up to 5 feet away), high five! The cutest thing about Bud is that he smiles... Bud has had a difficult life, he was surrendered to the shelter when he was only 6 months old and spent a lot of his time growing up there. Now that Bud is with 11th Hour, and with the continued loving support of the shelter, he has spent the last 5 weeks training with Tom Davis, America's Canine Educator. Bud has blossomed - he walks great on the leash and his basic obedience continues to grow. Bud will need that special family who will continue on with his education. He is truly a diamond in the rough!

Caramel

Caramel

How does a black dog get a candy name... well simply because she is as sweet as can be! Meet Caramel, a 2 year old female terrier mix! Caramel loves people and will just simply roll onto her back for a belly rub! She loves, loves, loves her toys and did we mention, getting belly rubs... Caramel is just fine with other dogs - she loves to run and play and wrestle with the others.

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Hunter is a 1.5 year old male heeler mix. This boy has a nice energy level - so a family with another active dog and fence would be best for him. Hunter's favorite thing is any toy that squeaks! Hunter is 36 pounds - a nice sized boy fully grown. Hunter is working on basic obedience and already knows sit and down! We don't know how this boy is with cats yet.

Sassy

Sassy

Sassy is a 7-8 month old lab/dachshund mix, female. Her and her sister Nellie, came from a hoarding case. Like her sister Nellie, it took a little time for Sassy to learn to trust people. Sassy does best with ladies in her life, she will avoid any men. Sassy is awesome with other dogs (and we would recommend she be placed with other dogs in the family) and will go up to them licking their faces, wanting to play. She LOVES to run around the fenced in backyard chasing her sister and the other dogs. Sassy is a super snuggler - her favorite place is on the top of the couch, almost cat-like, with a paw on each of your shoulders. Sassy will need a family who has the patience to keep her moving in the right direction, learning that this big world isn't as scary as she thinks. Other dog(s) in the family would be ideal. Having a fenced in yard would also be perfect for her.