Everyone that meets Nina gets lost in her beautiful, captivating eyes! If her eyes don’t get you, her beautiful coloring will.
Nina had a rough start in life. She was dropped at a local shelter after she tested positive for parvo. Unfortunately, while not needed, she was kept in isolation at the shelter for several months. Basically, what this means is Nina’s social skills are runni...read more about Nina
||Woody, aka Woodrow|
Woody has such a big heart! Once he bonds with “his” people, those bonds are extremely strong.... but it does take time. He warms up faster to women than men, but men are a close second; ultimately, he bonds strong with both. Woody will give the family that’s patient and the “right match” much joy and unconditional love.
Woody tends to be insecure, and he can be ve...read more about Woody, aka Woodrow
Melo recently completed a 3-week positive reinforcement board and train with a private trainer. During that time, he was challenged more to listen and carry out commands when told and without the need for treats. Melo perfected better leash walking skills and all the basic commands (sit, down, watch me, leave it, stay, a release command, wait and come). Melo is now comfortable being in a cra...read more about Melo
activities are going for a walks, being outside and playtime. She is also very affectionate. We cannot wait to help her find her Furever family!
Shiloh is good with other dogs and kids! She has not been cat tested.
She loves ALL treats and chew toys.
Shiloh is working on basic training with her foster fa...read more about Shiloh
When Molly came to TFP, it was obvious she hadn’t had the best life and her health care had been neglected. That’s certainly not the Molly we know today. Molly has blossomed in her foster home.
Not only is Molly adorably cute, but she also loves new experiences, loves meeting new people, loves dogs, and loves going for car rides AND she loves to cuddle?
Molly is quite t...read more about Molly