A Long-Term Lovable is a pet that has been in our care for over 90 days. These hidden gems have been overlooked, time and time again, for reasons out of their control.
There is always something special about adopting a pet that's been waiting for a long time! Because they’ve been here a little longer than others, we can often tell you more about their most charming qualities and quirkiest attributes. We know what toys they love and where they like to be scratched or petted, to give you a more personal view of each deserving dog or cat. Once you get them into a loving foster or forever home, these Long-Term Lovables reach their full potential as happy, loving companions!
Meet Long-Term Lovables: Max and Lulu
Meet Max and Lulu, a bonded pair of siblings. They were adopted together as puppies but were recently returned when their owner became sick and couldn't care for them anymore.
Max is all about attention from people, and Lulu likes to let Max take the lead. They spend all their time together, and Max always looks out for his sister. Lulu is a sweet pea who loves her brother and relies on him for guidance.
Max and Lulu are housetrained, leash trained and know a few basic commands. These two are looking for a quiet home and can also live with a cat.
These senior dogs still have so much love to give. Do you have room in your heart for both of them? Please send in an application today!
Meet Long-Term Lovable: Piper
Piper here - Everyone calls me special, and I think they’re right! I am the whole package: beauty, loyalty, and character to spare! I will make you laugh every day with my goofy ways and uncoordinated feet. When I was a baby, I had a virus that left me with slight coordination issues. It doesn’t bother me except sometimes it’s hard to do tricky maneuvers like stairs. My foster mom says it adds to my charm! I love to play, but I’d rather hang out in the yard than go for walks, so a fenced yard is a must for me! You certainly wouldn't think I'm uncoordinated when I race around the yard like a thoroughbred! I have perfect house manners and, truth be told, I’m on the lazy side indoors. Foster Mom says I make the best dinosaur noises when I’m settling in for my favorite pastime: a good nap! I have a lot of friends at the shelter.
Piper is beautiful inside and out and will fill your heart. Please help find this sweet girl her forever home."