Adoptable Dogs

We've listed our Adoptable Dogs here. If interested in any of our dogs please fill out an Adoption Application. We also have our dogs listed on Petfinder for greater exposure. It also allows us to add more pictures, so be sure to check out each dogs Petfinder page to see if more pictures are available, just scroll down or Click Here.

We are offering $50 off of the adoption fee for all seniors the month of September.

We are offering $50 off of the adoption fee for all seniors the month of September.


Lucky #39

Lucky is a fun spunky girl for being 11 years old. She is extremely friendly with everyone she meets and would make a great lap dog. She would do good in a home with a younger dog as she loves to play. She tends to be an escape artist so a tall fence would be ideal.

Lucky has been diagnosed with mild kidney dysfunction which is currently managed by medications.

For fun we ran a DNA test on Lucky and it came back with some interesting results! She’s 62.5% Beagle, 25% Rottweiler, and 12.5% Golden Retriever! We think it just makes her a well rounded and adorable pup!

To learn more about adopting Lucky, click here.


Manny #69

Manny is a 12 year old beagle who MNBR couldn’t say no to helping. Manny is very active for his age and very curious. He is very much the typical beagle and loves to get into the garbage and any other interesting things he can find. He quickly found the preferred dog spots on the sofa, in the sun porch, and in front of the heater. His foster mom has been doing a great job of finding fun activities for Manny to keep his busy mind occupied. He generally ignores the other dogs in his home but enjoys pats from his foster mom.

To learn more about adopting Manny, click here.


Pippa #79

Pippa is a 7 year old Basset mix who is on the small side weighing in around 35 pounds. She would prefer a house without children as they are a bit too much for her to handle. She loves playing with the other dog at her foster home, but she has been an only dog in the past. She likes to play with the resident cat in the same way she plays with dogs, so a potential kitty housemate would need to be tolerant. She is able to stay home during the day while her foster mom is at work. She does enjoy barking so an apartment or townhome may not be th ebest fit for her. Pippa is fairly energetic for her age and loves to tell you all about it!

To learn more about adopting Pippa, click here.


Buddy #84

Buddy is a 1 year old beagle mix that had been living at animal impound for almost a month. He was not doing well there, so we just had to get him out.

Buddy LOVES to run, play fetch, and hang out with the other dogs in his foster home. Due to his age and temperament, we believe he would do best in a home with another young dog for him to play with.

Buddy can initially be shy and can take a little bit to acclimate to new people and new environments. A quieter, yet still active home would give him the opportunity to get used to new things at his own pace while getting out his puppy energy. When he is tired out he likes to snuggle up in your lap,

Buddy has shown fear of men, so a home with no men would ideal for him, but if the right family was willing to go very slowly and let him get used to the man in the house, we believe he could be successful.

To learn more about adopting Buddy, click here.


Molly #92

Good golly, Miss Molly!
Molly is a sweet, affectionate 5 year old basset mix looking for her forever home. She is very spunky for her age and loves to play so a doggy friend in her new home is a must. She is great with other dogs and gentle with children, but is not a fan of cats. She is housetrained and can be loose in the home during the day. She weighs around 50 pounds, walks well on a leash, and rides well in the car. She has shown some tendencies towards slipping out the door and looking for ways out of a fence, so a securely fenced in yard is needed for this sassy girl. Could she be the hound for you?

For more information on adopting Molly, click here.


presley #95 - SPECIAL NEEDS -

Have room in your heart for a special needs hound? Presley, an eight-month-old female, is looking for her forever family. When Presley was 15 weeks old she was attacked by two large dogs. She suffered from broken vertebrae, lung contusions, a displaced patella, and a ruptured abdominal wall. Incredibly, she survived, and though she is now able to walk and run, she is incontinent as a result of nerve damage.

Presley is very friendly and loves everyone she meets, including kids. She would love a home where someone is around a lot of the time to let her outside frequently. She is currently on a raw diet to help with her fecal incontinence and wears stylish shorts to help with her urinary incontinence. She could continue to improve with additional therapy, or she may have come as far as she can. Either way, she is a beautiful girl with lots of love to give.

Presley is petite at only 30 pounds, and due to her health issues, her new home would need to commit to keeping her lean. She is young and playful and needs a young companion to wrestle and play with in her perfect home. Her foster mom says she is quick and agile and loves to get into trouble.

For more information on adopting Presley, click here.


Vader #99

Vader is a friendly, cuddly 2 year old hound mix. He gets along very well with other dogs and we believe he would do best with a doggy companion in his forever home. He loves kids and soaks up all the attention they give him. He stalked the cats in a temporary foster homes so we recommend no cats. He is crated during the day and hasn’t had any accidents in the house. He weighs around 49 pounds, but the vet said he was a bit skinny and could gain 5-10 pounds. He walks well on a leash and rides well in the car. He is still young so he needs lots of exercise. Obedience classes would be great for him to build his relationship with his new family and his confidence.

For more information on adopting Vader, click here.


Sadie #100

Sadie is a happy, wiggly and spunky 9 year old lady. She is very cuddly and affectionate. Sadie likes to stay close, so having someone home most of the time would be ideal. She ignores the cat in the home and is housetrained. Sadie has Atypical Addison’s disease which fortunately is managed with only one moderately-priced pill a day.

She likes to play, but doesn’t play for long. We do notice her getting more playful each day though. She likes car rides, walks, cuddles on the couch and sleeping under the covers. She will do anything for a treat and knows sit, shake, and lay. She has been good with kids, people, and other animals.

For more information on adopting Sadie, click here.


Shaq (aka Jack) #98 - On HOld -

Jack is a 16 year old beagle who came to MNBR when a kind soul saved him from being euthanized for convenience when they could see he still had some life in him. He received a much-needed dental where most of his teeth were removed. He is showing some signs of dementia which isn’t unexpected at his age. His love of food has helped him gain a pound and he loves taking naps on his electric blanket.


Ruby #101 - ON HOLD -

Please welcome Ruby #101. She is a shy 4-6 year old female that is experiencing the world for the very first time. Before coming to MNBR she’d never lived in a house, walked on a leash, or known human kindness.

Ruby has been adjusting well in her foster home and is starting to learn she can trust humans. She is learning how to walk on a leash and is fearful of humans when they are standing up. She received a dental and will be spayed soon.

She will need a quiet, stable home with a family that will be patient with her as she continues to adjust to life “on the outside” and another dog to help show her ropes. She like cats cats, but young children would most likely be too noisy and scary for her. Ruby will need a securely fenced in yard as her fearfulness causes her to run.

Flash #103 (Adoption pending), Lucy #104, and Marshall #105

Please welcome Flash #103, Lucy #104, and Marshall #105 who joined MNBR all the way from South Dakota!

Flash is 10 years old and is adjusting well in his foster-to-adopt home.

Lucy is 12 years old, though you wouldn’t know it based on her appearance and demeanor. She loves to go for walk and get attention from her humans.

Marshall is 5 years old and has started to play with his foster dog sibling.

Lucy and Marshall have always been together so we are currently assessing whether they are bonded.

All three dogs are currently being evaluated by our vets and getting used to their new surroundings.

Seven #106 -MEDICAL HOLD-

Seven is a roughly 7-8 years old male that MNBR pulled from a city pound in Oklahoma. It was only fitting that he be introduced to Tobies when he arrived in Minnesota, but we’re not sure he got his paws on any cinnamon rolls.

Seven arrived with skin issues and mammary tumors, and is sadly heartworm positive. He has begun his heartworm treatment, but has a long road ahead to recovery.

Jack #108 - MEDICAL hold -

Jack is roughly two years old and came to MNBR due to a history with seizures. He will be on a medical hold while he is evaluated and neutered, but so far he is doing very well in his foster home and has had no seizure activity.

He is very loving and loves to cuddle and sit close to his humans on the couch. He also love to play with other dogs and would need a young doggy companion in his new home. His foster home says he is a counter surfer, walks well on a leash, likes to bark, rides well in the car, and can jump very high! He is starting to master house training and is kenneled during the day.

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