Meet Our Adoptable Dogs
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Available for Adoption
Breed: Yellow Lab Mix
Age: 11 years old
Cats: I get along with cats.
Dogs: I get along well with other dogs. both large and small.
Kids: I'm fantastic with kids of all ages!
Special Needs: Diabetes
About Me: Hallie is a wonderfully behaved yellow lab mix who loves little ones. She is very house trained and hasn't had an accident yet in her foster home.
Hallie loves going for rides of any kind (car, boat, whatever you have) and swimming. Her foster mom describes her as "sweet, gentle, well-behaved, and the most housebroken foster I've ever had."
Hallie does have one special need: she's diabetic. It requires her to have an insulin injection every 12 hours and be on a regular diet that does not contain frequent access to food scraps. She doesn't mind her injections and is very well behaved for them. SPAAR and Hallie's current foster mom will provide all of the information you need to learn how to give her injections and manage her diabetes (It's not as scary as you think!).
Interested in supporting Hallie's care? Make Your Gift Today!
Available for Adoption
Name: Marty (Nicknames - Martina, Party Marty)
Breed: Miniature Pinscher
Age: 10 years old
Cats: I get along well with cats
Dogs: I great with other dogs, I'd be happy to live with a canine companion or 2
Kids: I would be okay with kids 10+
Special Needs: Diabetes, insulin shots
Hi, I’m Marty! It’s short for Martina, cuz’ I’m a girl. Every day, I wake up in the morning and am soooo happy to see my foster family get out of their beds and give me my breakfast. Gosh I love breakfast, but after breakfast, I have to get my insulin shot. I don’t like that part of my day very much, but I know that afterwards, I’ll get a tasty peanut butter-filled Kong, which makes everything better. My foster family has worked to get my diabetes under control and at my last checkup the vet said my blood sugar is right on target (which is great)!!! As long as my new family is willing to keep up with my insulin shots I am good to go.
I’m pretty content hiding out in my crate most days while my people are at work, as long as there’s a blanket covering it to help me feel safe and hidden, because I do get kind of anxious when people leave the house. But speaking of being hidden, have I told you how much I love burrowing? Holy cow, if there’s a blanket around or a pile of clothes on the floor, I’m gonna’ burrow myself right into the middle of it, let me tell you. I’m fine with sleeping on the floor at night, but if you’ll let me, I’ll sleep snuggled up to you in bed, underneath the covers.
My favorite things: lying in the sun, butt scratches, burrowing under blankets, and being held like a baby
My least favorite things: getting my insulin shots, people leaving the house
Are you interested in adopting Marty? Apply online today!