Leon’s Story

Hey, there. Leon here. Yep, I know exactly what you’re thinking … “That ain’t no Jack!” Nope, I’m not, but … you know … sometimes things happen, hearts overflow, and “non-Jacks” end up here. It’s not ideal, by any means, but they’re hoping to help find me a home. And with this gorgeous mug of mine? How could they not?!

They don’t know a lot about my history, but they know a lot about my current status. I’m a young guy, maybe just a year or two. I’m not great on a leash yet, so they are working with me on that. I just get really excited to see people and want to lunge at you … and hug you! I’m getting better everyday, though.

I’m also about the sweetest thing you’ll ever meet. I love everyone I see, my tail never stops wagging, and I’m very patient and sweet in my kennel run. I’m a perfect little Staffordshire boy around 40 lbs. and solid as can be. If you know of someone looking for a perfect boy like me who understands my breed (and how crazy sweet I can be), please share. I could also use a foster home with someone experienced in teaching young, handsome men like me all I need to know to be a good dog.

How to Help

Adopt/Foster

If you would like to foster me, please complete our foster form. If you are interested in adopting me, please complete our adoption application. We will follow up with your vet and references, then contact you for more information and/or to arrange a time to come out and meet me.

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At a Glance

Good with children? Haven’t met any yet, but should be! I love everyone I’ve met so far.
Good with other dogs? I’ve been around puppies all of my life, so I should be fine.
Good with cats? Unknown
Medical Issues/Special Needs: I am a little low on teeth, so need soft treats/food right now.
Best home: I should be fine with most any family. I absolutely love people and want to be in your arms or on your lap. Love me!

Lady’s Story

Howdy, y’all! Little Lady here. I have spent my whole life making babies for people to sell at flea markets. I recently developed two hernias on my little teets and I was deemed no longer fit for breeding, so my people took me to the flea market to get rid of me as well. I know – boo! But that’s the past, let’s move forward.

A kind gentleman saw me and fell in love with me. He agreed to “save” me, although he didn’t have anywhere to take me. He ran across a nearby adoption festival, where he asked several rescues to take me. Some were gone, some had to say “no,” but, of course, Mama Donna’s “people” were still there … and packing up their last bag for the day … and, well, they couldn’t say no. How could you? Look at this face!

In addition to the masses that were growing on me, I had 18 teeth rotting in my head. That happens a lot to breeder moms like me — all of the nutrients I ever received, few and far between, went straight to my babies.

Fortunately, the masses were benign and easily removed and, once all of those nasty teeth were out of my head, I really perked up. I was also spayed, so no more babies for me. I now am the baby — and a like it. In fact, I like it a lot. I am a feisty little delight who loves everyone I meet. Unlike a lot of breeder dogs, I totally trust people and love being held and loved on.

I haven’t spent a whole lot of time directly with the other dogs here because I’ve been healing up, but they don’t faze me at all. I should be fine with other dogs. Doc couldn’t really specify my age because of my bad teeth, but he guessed around 6-7 years old. I’m ready to roll to a new home. Come out, meet me … and let me give you a big hug … because I will!

How to Help

Adopt/Foster

If you would like to foster me, please complete our foster form. If you are interested in adopting me, please complete our adoption application. We will follow up with your vet and references, then contact you for more information and/or to arrange a time to come out and meet me.

Sponsor

If you would like to sponsor me, you can select a monthly option below and click Subscribe. If you would like to make a one-time donation to me, click the Donate button instead.


Monthly Sponsorship Options