These are the most recent MAGSR adoptions. Dogs adopted prior to 2016 can be found here.
Good With Kids: Yes
Ren was surrendered to a shelter when his family could no longer afford to keep him. He is a sweet boy and very confused. He is reported to be housebroke, trustworthy in the home, good with other dogs and previously lived with children. He rides quietly in the car.
Ren is looking for his forever family - could that be you?
Good With Kids: Unknown
Trinity, along with her housemate, Apollo, were abandoned by their family. They were in a temporary foster home and they never came back for them. They are now both looking for families who will care for them for the rest of their lives. They do not have to remain together as both are quite content separated from one another. We know in her previous home she lived with children but we do not know how she got along with them. A good training program to help her learn some good dog manners and what her new family expects of her is in order. Both Trinity and Apollo will need a home with no small animals as they are just too tempting.
Good With Kids: Yes
Kaz, Kylene and Kyrie are siblings. All three dogs were turned into a shelter. All are very nice dogs. Kylene is a little frightened by her new surroundings but warms up when she is with her siblings. She is learning some leash manners and enjoys walks with her brother and sister.Updates:
Kaz and Kylene have been in foster together for a week and both are bonded. Kylene gains much of her confidence from Kaz and vice versa. They love each other's company. They are both pretty laid back but enjoy their evening walks. Although neither had leash manners they have improved in the short time they have been in foster. Kaz is protective of his sister and always walks on the outside of Kylene herding her in and often checking in with his handler. They enjoy car rides, marrow bones, peanut butter kongs, and Naps!!! Often they are found lying side by side or with Kylene sleeping on Kaz. We are working on basic commands and both take treats gently. They are housebroken and get along with other dogs. They are still settling into home life but check back for future updates.,
Kaz and Kylene now affectionately known as K2 or the Dynamic Duo have been in foster for 3 months and have proven to be the sweetest pair. Both have pefected their leash manners and have learned their basic obedience commands. They travel frequently with thier foster to various events and are great car ride companions. They have been socialized in large groups of people and dogs. They love to spot squirrels while out on walks but correct easily. This brother and sister share a bond that is very special which is why they should to be adopted together. They are the two most laid back dogs that enjoy being with each other and their person. They both aim to please their handler and are affectionate, attentive, calm, and loving. If you're looking to welcome a dog into your heart why not consider Kaz and Kylene., My foster mom says I am just a bundle of joy, I will give kisses upon first meeting you and from there after. I have a favorite toy "lamb chop" I carry everywhere with me, my foster mom calls it my "baby." I respond to mom saying "Kylene get your baby." I will play fetch but only with my "baby." I am protective of my much larger brother Kaz and a bit more vocal when meeting new dogs. I am the guardian of the door and anybody who walks by the patio knows that this is my home. I greet mom everyday without fail waiting at the patio door for her to get home. I am tail wags and wiggles when mom gets in and I always bring her my "baby" lamb chop. I will insist to be pet while foster mom is on the couch and after I sit pretty mom will give me plenty of petting. My bedtime routine involves snuggling up close to mom on the bed and I will gently lay my head on her. Once I have gotten my fill of head strokes I will sometimes roll over and curl up in a ball to sleep other times I will accompany my brother Kaz in the family room to fall asleep for the night. Foster mom says I am a faithful companion where you go I go......I would love to find a forever home to shower my "people" with love.
Good With Kids: No
Spirit along with her sisters Joy, Merry and Noel were confiscated due to neglect. These girls are so shy and unsure of the world around them, everything seems new to them. It is obvious no one spent time with them. Although they are shy and can be skittish when they are unsure, they have never shown any signs aggression, they try to hide or duck behind their person. Time, love, committment and patience will help them conquer their fears. A loving patient home is what in is order, could that home be yours?Updates:
Spirit is a special girl. Having limited experiences with people, sounds, and the general happenings of everyday life, she requires a home that will work with her on a daily basis to build her confidence. Everything is new and intimidating to Spirit at this time; however, in her foster home she has begun taking small steps in the right direction. Spirit is very well behaved on leash. She regularly checks in with the handler and looks for guidance when encountering new people and sounds. Looking for leadership Spirit is drawn toward confidence and will follow lead well. Currently living with both cats and dogs, Spirit seems most at ease with her furry companions. She does well with both large and small animals and is curious but gentle with all furry creatures she encounters in the community. Although comfortable with furry creatures, Spirit needs time and patience when meeting new people. Fast movements and noises can be very intimidating and often result in a desire to run. As a result, Spirit would be best placed in a quite home without young children. This will provide her with an atmosphere in which she can flourish into the amazing dog we know she will be.
Good With Kids: Yes
Zoey is a 3 month old female GSD who was turned in to a local shelter because she ate a rock and her family could not afford her medical care. Zoey cannot be any cuter and is absolutely a great little girl, happy go lucky and loves to give puppy kisses. Zoey has a lot to learn about going a good canine citizen and will require training. Please remember that puppies are a ten to twelve year commitment, and they will whine, have accidents, get into things, and chew on inappropriate things. With time, patience, guidance and training, Zoey will become even more of an amazing girl than she already is. Please inquire if Zoey sounds like a good match for your family.Updates:
Zoey is a fun, feisty, energetic four month old puppy. She is already crate trained, potty trained, walks well on a leash, is good with dogs, and does well in a car. She can be headstrong and mouthy, so for now, it is not recommended that she be around young children. She will require clear boundaries, a structured environment, consistent training, and patience. She loves playing with her toys and the resident dogs in her foster home. In between play time, Zoey enjoys snuggling, belly rubs, and giving kisses. She is spunky and curious and would love a family who will give her the chance to explore, play, and learn how to be a well behaved GSD.,
Good With Kids: Yes
If you are looking for a fun loving, playful boy then step on up to meet Scotland. This boy is full of life and energy, while he does need basic obedience and some brush up on his manners a good training program can help with that. He has the traits of a GSD, he can be aloof when meeting new people but given a few minutes to learn you are okay he quickly becomes friends. He is still a puppy so please be sure that you have the patience and time it takes to deal with the antics that come with a dog of this age.
Good With Kids: Yes
Wandering the streets with no food or a home, now Coconut is looking for a family who will committ to her for her lifetime. She is a pleasant girl with a calm demeanor. She enjoys hanging with people being loved on.