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.
Layla #31 **special needs**
Layla is a sweet, gentle Basset Hound-Poodle mix. We estimate her to be around 9 years old. She gets along great with the multiple hounds in her foster home. She likes to “tell” the deer, turkeys and squirrels outside in the backyard that she’s watching them. She tends to be a very mellow, easy dog to have around and will be sure to greet you with a wagging tail when you get home. She makes a great lap dog and doesn’t mind being carried. Layla has sublexing patellas which cause her some mobility issues so Layla would prefer a home with little to no stairs. She recently lost some additional weight and is down to 26.5 pounds. She takes medication for allergies. She is part poodle so she will need regular grooming. She has a hard time with hard food and treats so softened food and treats would be her preference. If you’d like a sweet mellow lady as a companion, Layla is your gal!
Lucky was adopted from a shelter a little over a year ago but her new owner became sick and had to give up all her pets, so Lucky came to MNBR. We think she is about 11 but has the mobility of a 3-year-old. She is spunky and fun and always in a good mood. She would love to play but her current foster brother and sister just aren’t into it, so Lucky has tons of fun treeing squirrels (and keeping them treed), as well as exchanging barks with the mastiff across the alley. She gets very excited for meals and jumps with all four legs off the floor. Once she has her food, though, she sits down and eats quite daintily.
She has some urinary issues we are trying to identify. She is currently on meds that keep her from having accidents but she still needs to go outside fairly often (although sometimes she asks just because she loves being outside!) Other than that she is in very good health and just loves hanging out, snuggling, and watching Netflix with a little CNN thrown in for good measure. She recently attended Thanksgiving dinner at her grandmother’s house and got to partake of the delicious food. She is looking forward to returning for Christmas, and to whatever Santa Claus sees fit to put in her stocking this year.
Dalia #53 **medical hold**
Dalia came into MNBR heartworm positive. It will take a couple of months to treat this and we want to be sure she’s healthy before adopting her to a new family. So hopefully we get some positive updates in December/January on her treatment update. She recently started treatment which, in addition to being costly, will take 90 days to complete. So far she has been a very happy girl. Dalia is probably 2-3 years old and loves peanut butter kongs.
Henry #60 **adoption pending**
This handsome hound mix is estimated to be around 5-7 years old and weighs 55 pounds. He came to MNBR from the south along with his daughter Sadie. He is very affectionate and loves to snuggle. He's a good boy, sleeps through the night, and hasn’t had any accidents in the house. He loves sleeping on the couch, the recliner, or anything soft. He is not a big barker and he loves people.
Sparky #62 **medical hold**
At 11 years old, we couldn’t say no to this last minute addition to a transport, even when we found out he was heartworm positive. We are going to make sure he’s healthy and give him the pampering he deserves. Stay tuned for updates!
Max #63 **adoption pending**
Please welcome Max #63! This husky 6 year old hound weighs in at a whopping 92.5 pounds! He will need to lose some pounds and get his allergies under control before he’ll be ready for adoption so stay tuned for updates!
Please welcome Quincy! He is around 5 - 6 years old and 32lbs. So far he’s fitting in just fine with the other dogs in the foster home and the cats. He’s been exposed to children and doesn’t seem to mind them. Quincy is starting to play with tennis balls and stuffed toys as he gets more comfortable in his foster home. He doesn’t seem to mind the crate if you need to put him in one. He’s fully potty trained and does just fine in the car. He would do best in a home without a lot of stairs, although he is ok with some. Quincy can get a little curious so we’d recommend a home with a fenced in yard. He’s a very sweet guy and loves to snuggle. Quincy just seems to be an all-around great well-rounded pup!
Please welcome Rosie! She is a three year old basset/heeler mix. She is a shy girl but warms up to new people quickly. She’s very affectionate and playful, gets along with cats and dogs, and is fully house-trained. She still needs to continue working on her manners, so some obedience training could be helpful. Due to her initial shyness we think she may be best in a home with no young children.