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Stanley

Congratulations Stanley! You’ve found a forever home.

We are so excited for our friend Stanley and his new forever home. We will update with pictures soon. 

Stanley is an adorable little blonde terrier mix. He is estimated at four years old or younger. He is sweet, playful and very affectionate. He gets on well with cats, dogs (large and small), children and adults. He can be a little leery of meeting men at first, but only until he sees you mean no harm. Once he is your friend, he greets you with lots of enthusiasm and cheer. He loves to play, especially with his favorite toys. He is in excellent health and fully vetted for adoption. 

Gabby

Gabby is an older girl with a sad story and a whole lot of heart. Gabby came to us when her owners extended family reached out to us for help. They were faced with the sad circumstance of needing to place Gabby’s owner into assisted living, due to a debilitating disease. At that time the family also learned that Gabby and her disabled owner were victims of abuse at the hands of their live in caregiver. A heartbreaking situation for everyone. Now that Gabby and her owner have been removed from their abusive situation they are both safe and cared for properly.

At 11 years old, this senior lab mix is just looking for a nice comfy spot to nap and a gentle and loving home. She is so calm and gentle. She loves people, all people, so much! She greets everyone by standing pressed close so she can get a gentle scratch behind the ears. She currently stays here at the Ranch, in the master suite. She gets along great with the other ranch residents, both our long term sanctuary residents and our temporary adoptable rescues. She loves the dogs, big and small and cuddles with some cats as well. She is a beautiful soul and needs love love love. Please consider giving this loving senior a safe and gentle home. Or become a sanctuary sponsor! 

Gabby has not spent a lot of time around other animals but seems interested and excited. She’s met other dogs and wagged her tail and sat patiently the doggies checked her out. She is very quiet, gentle and sweet. She has a bit of arthritis, but that’s typical of a large senior dog. Please consider giving the gift of a loving home to this senior dog. Her final year(s) should be comfortable and loving. She deserves nothing less.