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Almond Joy


Little Tomboy!

Peaches eight puppies were born January 14th into a loving DRDR foster home. There are 4 boys and 4 girls and all are healthy pups who’ve had age appropriate vaccinations and wormer.  Peaches was rescued from a backyard breeder who thought he could make a lot of money breeding Pitbulls…a story we hear all too often. Peaches has found her forever home with her foster family…whoop whoop!!! And we are hoping and praying her littles will be as lucky as their momma. The puppies will have their glamour shots soon but we wanted to post them asap because they are just so darn cute!! Peaches and puppies are living in a foster home with mom & dad, two small kiddos, a smaller dog and a squirrel…yes a squirrel!! The puppies love paying with the kids!!  All of the puppies have blue eyes – at least for now. Not only are these puppies adorable but they have the cutest names thanks to their foster mom! Since the foster family doesn’t have a fenced yard, DRDR provided a 10x10 pen so the puppies can run & play outside for a few hours on these warm Spring days. They love rolling and playing in the hay which lines their pen. Peaches is a small, petite pittie – weighing approximately 35-40lbs so we expect the puppies to be a similar size and weight.

Males: MilkyWay is the largest of the litter and is super friendly & playful. MilkyWay and his brother Snickers have already mastered climbing on top of the dog house and barking at their subjects below.  Both are quick learners and leaders. Brother Crunch can be a little shy at first but he warms up quickly. Reece is the most laid back of the male pups but enjoys playing with his littermates.

Females: BabyRuth has more of a chocolate color with beautiful brindle hues becoming visible. She is playful and a bit laid back. Kit-Kat is the smallest of the litter but may be the tallest when it’s all said and done. Mommas tend to dote on the smaller pups and it is no different with Kit-Kat and her foster mom! While all of the puppies are weaned from Peaches, Kit-Kat is getting a little extra nutrition so she can gain weight. Kit-Kat loves to chase & play with her human sisters. Almond Joy is the Tomboy of the girls. She enjoys rough housing with her brothers. She lives to play! Last but not least, Butterfinger is the most laid back. When Peaches gave birth, little Butterfinger’s unbiblical cord was pulled too hard which left a hole in her belly. Butterfinger was taken directly to the vet and got stitches. She was barely an hour or two old. She has developed a hernia in this same spot which will be corrected when she is spayed.

If you are interested in adopting any of these sweethearts, please complete an adoption application at www.ditroaddoggiesrescue.org Adopt Me page. The adoption fee includes remaining vaccinations, spay/neuter, and microchip.

Baby Ruth​​


Sweet as her name!

Peaches eight puppies were born January 14th in a loving DRDR foster home. There are 4 boys and 4 girls and all are healthy pups who’ve had age appropriate vaccinations and wormer.  Peaches was rescued from a backyard breeder who thought he could make a lot of money breeding Pitbulls…a story we hear all too often. Peaches has found her forever home with her foster family…whoop whoop!!! And we are hoping and praying her littles will be as lucky as their momma. The puppies will have their glamour shots soon but we wanted to post them asap because they are just so darn cute!! Peaches and puppies are living in a foster home with mom & dad, two small kiddos, a smaller dog and a squirrel…yes a squirrel!! The puppies love paying with the kids!!  All of the puppies have blue eyes – at least for now. Not only are these puppies adorable but they have the cutest names thanks to their foster mom! Since the foster family doesn’t have a fenced yard, DRDR provided a 10x10 pen so the puppies can run & play outside a few hours a day on these warm Spring days. They love rolling and playing in the hay which lines their pen. Peaches is a small, petite pittie – weighing approximately 35-40lbs so we expect the puppies to be a similar size and weight.

Males: MilkyWay is the largest of the litter and is super friendly & playful. MilkyWay and his brother Snickers have already mastered climbing on top of the dog house and barking at their subjects below.  Both are quick learners and leaders. Brother Crunch can be a little shy at first but he warms up quickly. Reece is the most laid back of the male pups but enjoys playing with his littermates.

Females: BabyRuth has more of a chocolate color with beautiful brindle hues becoming visible. She is playful and a bit laid back. Kit-Kat is the smallest of the litter but may be the tallest when it’s all said and done. Mommas tend to dote on the smaller pups and it is no different with Kit-Kat and her foster mom! While all of the puppies are weaned from Peaches, Kit-Kat is getting a little extra nutrition so she can gain weight. Kit-Kat loves to chase & play with her human sisters. Almond Joy is the Tomboy of the girls. She enjoys rough housing with her brothers. She lives to play! Last but not least, Butterfinger is the most laid back. When Peaches gave birth, little Butterfinger’s unbiblical cord was pulled too hard which left a hole in her belly. Butterfinger was taken directly to the vet and got stitches. She was barely an hour or two old. She has developed a hernia in this same spot which will be corrected when she is spayed.

If you are interested in adopting any of these sweethearts, please complete an adoption application at www.ditroaddoggiesrescue.org Adopt Me page. The adoption fee includes remaining vaccinations, spay/neuter, and microchip.

Baxter​​


Still standing
& ready for love!

Meet Baxter! Baxter lived his entire life on a chain with very little attention from his humans. When you first meet Baxter, you may notice he has an awkward stance – he looks like he is in mid-sit with his back legs too far forward. This is due to the chain being wrapped around his legs and his humans doing nothing to help him get untangled.  Baxter is in a loving foster home and doing great. So far, he loves everyone one he meets except cats. Baxter and his foster mom walk daily which his helping build strength in his rear legs. He’s walking two miles in a very short time. Baxter is around 2 years old, weighs approximately 35-40lbs and up to date on vaccinations, neutered, and microchipped. Baxter received basic training in January from Dog Busters in Dacula thanks to donations from two lovely ladies. In order for Baxter to practice what he learned, Dog Busters will give his adoptive family a free training session and refresher for Baxter. Practice makes perfect!!  Baxter is crate and house trained. He is still a young pup, so make sure he has toys of his own to keep him occupied when you’re not home.  If you’d like to adopt sweet and deserving Baxter, please complete an adoption application at www.dirtroaddoggiesrescue.org Adopt me page.

Bones


Survivor!

​Bones like most other Dirt Road Doggies came from had a bad situation and had a very rough start to life. You see he lived in the backyard with his mom and they were very much neglected. Bones was emaciated and after three days with his foster family it was still uncertain if he would live. The dogs weren’t fed regularly or given basic veterinary care or monthly meds so of course were full of parasites. As if that weren’t enough, his malnourished momma was pregnant again. Both Bones and Momma were brought into rescue (Mom went to a Lab rescue in Tennessee and was able to put on some weight before delivering healthy babies!) Bones stayed with DRDR. He wasn’t very trusting of humans in the beginning but loves his fellow canines. In fact, he is the welcome wagon at his foster family’s home. He likes to rough house so it’s best he goes to a home with dogs his size or larger. He also loves having his own blanket and squeaky toys which he will play with for hours if you let him!  Bones is energetic so would be great for an active family: running, walking, hiking…he’s your guy. If Bones were human, he would be a basketball player as he can get some air. He may excel at agility or dock diving but should be supervised in a fenced yard because he can clear the fence if he so chooses. Bones is an approximately 2 ½ year old Lab mix who is up to date on vaccinations, neutered, microchipped and looking for his forever family! He is crate trained and house trained – weighs around 50lbs. Good with cats. Has not been exposed to children. If you think Bones would be a great addition to your family or your new best friend, please complete an adoption application at www.dirtroaddoggiesrescue.org Adopt me page.
 

Butterfinger


Survivor!

Peaches eight puppies were born January 14th in a loving DRDR foster home. There are 4 boys and 4 girls and all are healthy pups who’ve had age appropriate vaccinations and wormer.  Peaches was rescued from a backyard breeder who thought he could make a lot of money breeding Pitbulls…a story we hear all too often. Peaches has found her forever home with her foster family…whoop whoop!!! And we are hoping and praying her littles will be as lucky as their momma. The puppies will have their glamour shots soon but we wanted to post them asap because they are just so darn cute!! Peaches and puppies are living in a foster home with mom & dad, two small kiddos, a smaller dog and a squirrel…yes a squirrel!! The puppies love paying with the kids!!  All of the puppies have blue eyes – at least for now. Not only are these puppies adorable but they have the cutest names thanks to their foster mom! Since the foster family doesn’t have a fenced yard, DRDR provided a 10x10 pen so the puppies can run & play outside a few hours a day on these warm Spring days. They love rolling and playing in the hay which lines their pen. Peaches is a small, petite pittie – weighing approximately 35-40lbs so we expect the puppies to be a similar size and weight.

Males: MilkyWay is the largest of the litter and is super friendly & playful. MilkyWay and his brother Snickers have already mastered climbing on top of the dog house and barking at their subjects below.  Both are quick learners and leaders. Brother Crunch can be a little shy at first but he warms up quickly. Reece is the most laid back of the male pups but enjoys playing with his littermates.

Females: BabyRuth has more of a chocolate color with beautiful brindle hues becoming visible. She is playful and a bit laid back. Kit-Kat is the smallest of the litter but may be the tallest when it’s all said and done. Mommas tend to dote on the smaller pups and it is no different with Kit-Kat and her foster mom! While all of the puppies are weaned from Peaches, Kit-Kat is getting a little extra nutrition so she can gain weight. Kit-Kat loves to chase & play with her human sisters. Almond Joy is the Tomboy of the girls. She enjoys rough housing with her brothers. She lives to play! Last but not least, Butterfinger is the most laid back. When Peaches gave birth, little Butterfinger’s unbiblical cord was pulled too hard which left a hole in her belly. Butterfinger was taken directly to the vet and got stitches. She was barely an hour or two old. She has developed a hernia in this same spot which will be corrected when she is spayed.

If you are interested in adopting any of these sweethearts, please complete an adoption application at www.ditroaddoggiesrescue.org Adopt Me page. The adoption fee includes remaining vaccinations, spay/neuter, and microchip.

Candy

Loves belly rubs!

Candy is aptly named & her foster nom can’t say her name without ending it in “kisses” or “cane”. She’s such a little lover! When you first meet her, she’s a bit distrustful, especially of men. Whatever happened in her past must have been a nightmare that she can’t seem to forget. Once you gain her trust, she just wants to be near you, rolling over on her back for belly rubs, snuggling in as close as her muscular, compact little body can get to you. She looks into your eyes with such adoration & love…she just wants to please her family. She loves playing with other dogs, especially her brother, Brock! And, while she usually ignores the cats, she doesn’t seem to care for certain ones. So, she probably shouldn’t have cat siblings. She’s so good in her crate. She is quiet & when it’s time to come out, she stretches slowly & takes her time. When it’s time to go kennel, she will go in willingly with a treat or when her food bowl has been filled. Sometimes she requires kisses & a massage first..lol! She has a heart of gold & boundless love to give. She just needs the right person to come along and show her that we’re not all bad. A special person with a love that will hold her in their heart forever. You won’t be disappointed!
 


Candy was found abandoned during Hurricane Irma who is unfortunately heartworm positive. She will ready for adoption in early December once she finishes her treatment. Candy weighs around 40lbs, is spayed, utd on vaccinations, and is microchipped. She is a beautiful brindle color and we believe she may have some Rhodesian Ridgeback in her like her brother Brock. Adoption applications can be submitted at www.dirtroaddoggiesrescue.org
 
 

Crunch


Shy Guy!

Peaches eight puppies were born January 14th in a loving DRDR foster home. There are 4 boys and 4 girls and all are healthy pups who’ve had age appropriate vaccinations and wormer.  Peaches was rescued from a backyard breeder who thought he could make a lot of money breeding Pitbulls…a story we hear all too often. Peaches has found her forever home with her foster family…whoop whoop!!! And we are hoping and praying her littles will be as lucky as their momma. The puppies will have their glamour shots soon but we wanted to post them asap because they are just so darn cute!! Peaches and puppies are living in a foster home with mom & dad, two small kiddos, a smaller dog and a squirrel…yes a squirrel!! The puppies love paying with the kids!!  All of the puppies have blue eyes – at least for now. Not only are these puppies adorable but they have the cutest names thanks to their foster mom! Since the foster family doesn’t have a fenced yard, DRDR provided a 10x10 pen so the puppies can run & play outside a few hours a day on these warm Spring days. They love rolling and playing in the hay which lines their pen. Peaches is a small, petite pittie – weighing approximately 35-40lbs so we expect the puppies to be a similar size and weight.

Males: MilkyWay is the largest of the litter and is super friendly & playful. MilkyWay and his brother Snickers have already mastered climbing on top of the dog house and barking at their subjects below.  Both are quick learners and leaders. Brother Crunch can be a little shy at first but he warms up quickly. Reece is the most laid back of the male pups but enjoys playing with his littermates.

Females: BabyRuth has more of a chocolate color with beautiful brindle hues becoming visible. She is playful and a bit laid back. Kit-Kat is the smallest of the litter but may be the tallest when it’s all said and done. Mommas tend to dote on the smaller pups and it is no different with Kit-Kat and her foster mom! While all of the puppies are weaned from Peaches, Kit-Kat is getting a little extra nutrition so she can gain weight. Kit-Kat loves to chase & play with her human sisters. Almond Joy is the Tomboy of the girls. She enjoys rough housing with her brothers. She lives to play! Last but not least, Butterfinger is the most laid back. When Peaches gave birth, little Butterfinger’s unbiblical cord was pulled too hard which left a hole in her belly. Butterfinger was taken directly to the vet and got stitches. She was barely an hour or two old. She has developed a hernia in this same spot which will be corrected when she is spayed.

If you are interested in adopting any of these sweethearts, please complete an adoption application at www.ditroaddoggiesrescue.org Adopt Me page. The adoption fee includes remaining vaccinations, spay/neuter, and microchip.

Dinky​

The Little Man!

Meet Dinky!! Dinky is 5-7 months old and weighs 10lbs. He’s up to date on vaccinations, neutered and microchipped. We think he is a Cavalier King Charles/Jack Russell or Cav-A-Jack. Dinky and his siblings followed a DRDR co-founders’ husband’s car up their long driveway one afternoon and never left! Dinky is Tri-colored (White, brown, & black) with black speckling sprinkled through his white torso and solid black around his hind quarters and beginning of his tail. Dinky thinks he’s “the man” sometimes but his brothers tell him otherwise.  They forgive each other and sleep in a big puppy mosh pit afterwards. Dinky will make a terrific little buddy and companion. We hope to have better photos soon, but these pups are so darn cute, we had to post them so they can find their forever families. Dinky, like his siblings, is learning to walk on a leash and really enjoys exploring all the different smells on his foster family’s property.  Dinky, Sprocket, & Nugget were neutered on the same day so are sharing a large crate and doing great with the crate training and will master house training very soon. The pups are good with other dogs and children. They like to bark at the cat but if confronted by said cat, they turn tail and run. To submit an application for Dinky (or another brother/sister), go to www.dirtroaddoggiesrescue.org Adopt Me page and scroll to the bottom.

Gypsy

Happy Go Lucky!

Gypsy is the last of Sugar’s babies. This little family was found running in the middle of a busy street and came very close to being hit by several cars. A Good Samaritan was able to get them out of harm’s way and to DRDR for their second chance at a good life. Gypsy is a Feist/Border Collie mix, & her estimated birthday is 11/24/18. Gypsy currently weighs about 30lbs. and has speckled white on her muzzle, chest, and tips of her toes. She is a social butterfly and get along with everyone she meets including children. She is a high energy puppy and would do great in an active home. She and her foster sister Rachel (Aussie/Pit mix) have become inseparable and have given each other the confidence to conquer the world or at least the backyard! Gypsy is up to date on vaccinations and will be spayed & microchipped very soon. Gypsy has mastered on crate training and is working on her house training. Once you meet Gypsy, you can’t help falling in love with her 
Could you be her Happily Ever After?

Hagrid

Gentle Giant!

Meet handsome Hagrid! Don't you just love his pretty pink nose?!? This big fella sauntered out of the woods in front of a DRDR co-founders car dragging a very thick and heavy rope. Hagrid is a gentle giant like his namesake in Harry Potter. We think someone wasn’t very nice to Hagrid in the past because he cowers with fast movement until he trusts you. Once he trusts you, he is yours true and true. He is very quiet and watchful at first but then becomes a dancing hambone who loves to give kisses once he is comfortable. He walks well on a leash and is learning heel. His foster family is introducing him slowly to their dog and kid pack, but has gone well so far. He whines a little and his tail just wags when he meets the other dogs through the fence. Update: Hagrid and Maddie (another DRDR foster) are best buds. She follows him around the backyard and he loves it! Hagrid has also learned commands “sit” and “paw”!   His foster family tells us he focuses on their cat so it’s best Hagrid goes to a home without cats. Dogs found on the dirt road are usually heartworm positive and Hagrid is no exception. He is up to date on vaccinations, neutered & microchipped and has begun his HW treatment. We don’t expect Hagrid to be available for adoption until mid to late June. Hagrid weighs approximately 70lbs and we think he is a Great Pyrenees/Pit mix estimated to be 2 years old. To submit an adoption application, go to www.dirtroaddoggiesrescue.org Adopt Me page and scroll to the bottom.

Houdini

Dance with me!

Hello there! I am a strong, 67 pound, fun-loving, 4 year old American Bulldog who loves car rides, leash walking and pleasing my human! I like to dance for my food and give really big kisses! I love couches and belly scratches and I even like bath time! I don't like to be left alone in the yard, by myself, because I miss my humans so much, I'll do anything to be with them. I'm really great at digging... by the way! I do enjoy being in my cozy crate when my humans have to leave. My foster mommy says I can't be around cats, rabbits, or farm animals. And, small dogs remind me of the aforementioned so I probably shouldn't have a little dog as a sibling.. especially of the bossy variety. But, I do like dogs that are more my size... especially if they love to wrestle like I do!
I really just want a family of my own so I can give hugs and kisses and make them happy! It makes me happy when my humans are happy! And, my smiles are contagious! You definitely need to meet me.. I'm a really cool guy!
I'm neutered,  up-to-date on my vaccinations & heartworm negative. I'm crate trained and even house trained! 
 
To submit an adoption application, go to www.dirtroaddoggiesrescue.org and mention me!
 

Kit-Kat


Needs a
helping hand!

Peaches eight puppies were born January 14th in a loving DRDR foster home. There are 4 boys and 4 girls and all are healthy pups who’ve had age appropriate vaccinations and wormer.  Peaches was rescued from a backyard breeder who thought he could make a lot of money breeding Pitbulls…a story we hear all too often. Peaches has found her forever home with her foster family…whoop whoop!!! And we are hoping and praying her littles will be as lucky as their momma. The puppies will have their glamour shots soon but we wanted to post them asap because they are just so darn cute!! Peaches and puppies are living in a foster home with mom & dad, two small kiddos, a smaller dog and a squirrel…yes a squirrel!! The puppies love paying with the kids!!  All of the puppies have blue eyes – at least for now. Not only are these puppies adorable but they have the cutest names thanks to their foster mom! Since the foster family doesn’t have a fenced yard, DRDR provided a 10x10 pen so the puppies can run & play outside a few hours a day on these warm Spring days. They love rolling and playing in the hay which lines their pen. Peaches is a small, petite pittie – weighing approximately 35-40lbs so we expect the puppies to be a similar size and weight.

Males: MilkyWay is the largest of the litter and is super friendly & playful. MilkyWay and his brother Snickers have already mastered climbing on top of the dog house and barking at their subjects below.  Both are quick learners and leaders. Brother Crunch can be a little shy at first but he warms up quickly. Reece is the most laid back of the male pups but enjoys playing with his littermates.

Females: BabyRuth has more of a chocolate color with beautiful brindle hues becoming visible. She is playful and a bit laid back. Kit-Kat is the smallest of the litter but may be the tallest when it’s all said and done. Mommas tend to dote on the smaller pups and it is no different with Kit-Kat and her foster mom! While all of the puppies are weaned from Peaches, Kit-Kat is getting a little extra nutrition so she can gain weight. Kit-Kat loves to chase & play with her human sisters. Almond Joy is the Tomboy of the girls. She enjoys rough housing with her brothers. She lives to play! Last but not least, Butterfinger is the most laid back. When Peaches gave birth, little Butterfinger’s unbiblical cord was pulled too hard which left a hole in her belly. Butterfinger was taken directly to the vet and got stitches. She was barely an hour or two old. She has developed a hernia in this same spot which will be corrected when she is spayed.

If you are interested in adopting any of these sweethearts, please complete an adoption application at www.ditroaddoggiesrescue.org Adopt Me page. The adoption fee includes remaining vaccinations, spay/neuter, and microchip.

Kona

She's a Beauty!


Kona, is a beautiful 35lb Lab/Pittie mix. She is approximately 2 years old, spayed, up to date on all shots and heartworm negative. Kona is a very smart girl. Tell her a command and she does it. She is crate trained & good with older kids. Kona is high energy and needs an active family or a yard in which she can run and play ball. She likes tennis balls and larger soccer balls – no frisbee’s please!! Once she’s run off some energy, she likes to roll in the grass and have her belly rubbed. She is a loving little hambone. Kona has a beautiful black coat but when the sun shines just right you can see hints of brown or red. She is currently leashed walked by her foster mom and she likes to pull so may need additional training learning to heel. Kona has gone to doggie day care a few times in an attempt to socialize her with other dogs. She needs to be introduced slowly to others and may do best in a one dog household. If interested in adopting Kona, please fill out an adoption application at www.dirtroaddoggiesrescue.org

Krystal
Gayle

Beautiful baby
girl!


Welcome to DRDR Krystal Gayle! Krystal was dumped on our rural dirt road but was thankfully found by a neighbor and kept safe until we could get her into a foster home. When found, Krystal was horribly skinny, covered in ticks, and full of parasites, but this was not the worst of it. Krystal has something wrong with her left back leg. She’s had x-rays and our awesome veterinarians are leaning towards a past trauma. Please pray for a full recovery. Krystal is young – only about 3 months old – weighs 22lbs and is a hound mix with gorgeous gray coloring mixed with brown which is especially stunning on her forehead. Krystal also has the most beautiful blue/gray eyes we’ve ever seen. This sweet girl was definitely neglected but is so forgiving and loves her foster family to pieces. She loves to be held, petted and cuddled. Her exercise is currently restricted until we know exactly what is going on with her leg, but she is going to make a fabulous companion very soon. Krystal likes other dogs, humans: large and small, but has not been tested with cats yet. She is up to date on vaccinations and her adoption fee covers spay and microchip which will be done when she is approximately 6 months old. If you are interested in adopting Krystal Gayle, please submit an application at www.dirtroaddoggiesrescue.org

Maddie

Mighty Little Miss!

Introducing Mighty Maddie! We call her “Mighty” for several reasons: 1) because she was found in the median of a four-lane highway and survived! We don’t know how she got there but she popped her head up from the bushes at just the right time to be seen by one of DRDR’s co-founders. She was understandably scared but submitted when she knew she was going to be safe. 2) Maddie is short, compact and strong, but there is a sweetheart dying to get out and be loved. We think Maddie is a Boston Terrier/Pitbull mix. She is crate trained and is doing good with her leash walking. She LOVES to run in large circles in her foster families’ backyard. Maddie likes to chase her tail and she snores! When Maddie meets other dogs, she can be hesitant at first and gives a little growl, but she is testing the waters so to say. Maddie would do well with some obedience training as she really wants to please – she’s just not sure how. Her foster family is working on socialization and knows she will master it soon. Maddie is about one year old, 30lbs, spayed, up to date on vaccinations & microchipped. Maddie would do well with an active family with older children. She has not been tested with cats. Maddie has very unique markings. She is mostly white with black ears, black circles around her eyes, and some black on her tail. She does not shed much if at all. She loves to walk and hike. She is quick so would probably like to run with her forever family too!

Milky Way


Large & in charge!

Peaches eight puppies were born January 14th in a loving DRDR foster home. There are 4 boys and 4 girls and all are healthy pups who’ve had age appropriate vaccinations and wormer.  Peaches was rescued from a backyard breeder who thought he could make a lot of money breeding Pitbulls…a story we hear all too often. Peaches has found her forever home with her foster family…whoop whoop!!! And we are hoping and praying her littles will be as lucky as their momma. The puppies will have their glamour shots soon but we wanted to post them asap because they are just so darn cute!! Peaches and puppies are living in a foster home with mom & dad, two small kiddos, a smaller dog and a squirrel…yes a squirrel!! The puppies love paying with the kids!!  All of the puppies have blue eyes – at least for now. Not only are these puppies adorable but they have the cutest names thanks to their foster mom! Since the foster family doesn’t have a fenced yard, DRDR provided a 10x10 pen so the puppies can run & play outside a few hours a day on these warm Spring days. They love rolling and playing in the hay which lines their pen. Peaches is a small, petite pittie – weighing approximately 35-40lbs so we expect the puppies to be a similar size and weight.

Males: MilkyWay is the largest of the litter and is super friendly & playful. MilkyWay and his brother Snickers have already mastered climbing on top of the dog house and barking at their subjects below.  Both are quick learners and leaders. Brother Crunch can be a little shy at first but he warms up quickly. Reece is the most laid back of the male pups but enjoys playing with his littermates.

Females: BabyRuth has more of a chocolate color with beautiful brindle hues becoming visible. She is playful and a bit laid back. Kit-Kat is the smallest of the litter but may be the tallest when it’s all said and done. Mommas tend to dote on the smaller pups and it is no different with Kit-Kat and her foster mom! While all of the puppies are weaned from Peaches, Kit-Kat is getting a little extra nutrition so she can gain weight. Kit-Kat loves to chase & play with her human sisters. Almond Joy is the Tomboy of the girls. She enjoys rough housing with her brothers. She lives to play! Last but not least, Butterfinger is the most laid back. When Peaches gave birth, little Butterfinger’s unbiblical cord was pulled too hard which left a hole in her belly. Butterfinger was taken directly to the vet and got stitches. She was barely an hour or two old. She has developed a hernia in this same spot which will be corrected when she is spayed.

If you are interested in adopting any of these sweethearts, please complete an adoption application at www.ditroaddoggiesrescue.org Adopt Me page. The adoption fee includes remaining vaccinations, spay/neuter, and microchip.

Mischief​

Fast learner!


Meet Mischief, one of Ginger’s puppies! Mischief is energetic, listens well, and loves to learn new things especially when there is a treat involved! She loves her humans and is eager to please. You know there is a story behind a name like Mischief - well our little darling can jump a fence so it would be best if her forever family has a tall privacy fence instead of short chain link or iron fence. Ginger's adorable pups were born on April 13, 2018. Of the original 8, we have 2 left Male: Tubby. Female: Mischief. They’ve had all age appropriate vaccinations, spayed/neutered and are microchipped. Mischief is crate & house trained and she walks well on a leash. They love other dogs and are fine with children and cats. We believe they are tan and white Border Collie/Lab mixes. Momma Ginger came to DRDR pregnant and scared. All Ginger knew was a life in a small wire pen. She had food and clean water so according to local laws, she was well cared for!?! Ginger was one of 40 something dogs in the same situation...on one property....none spayed or neutered. Ginger had these sweethearts in a loving foster home unlike most of her counterparts on the property. The pups should be medium sized dogs when full grown.  To adopt one (or Two!), go to http://www.dirtroaddoggiesrescue.org/adopt-me-adoption-application
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Miss Daisy

Loyal Lady!

Meet Miss Daisy! This girl has certainly had rough life, but you would never know it when you meet her. She is the sweetest, most loving, cutest attention seeking pupper ever. Miss Daisy’s backstory will make you cry. She was given to total stranger in a Wal-mart parking lot. Yes, she was a Wal-mart free puppy. Once at her new home, she was immediately put on a chain and left outside. The kids and grandkids played with her when they were around but she mostly laid by a tree. She had a dog house for a while until a tree limb fell on it. Daisy was not spayed or given any monthly preventatives for fleas or parasites. She had two litters of puppies with only 5 or 6 surviving. The first litter drowned in a rain storm. But Daisy’s luck was about to change. One of the grandson’s met a DRDR co-founder and told her about Miss Daisy who was pregnant with her third litter. A wonderful foster family stepped up and a week after Miss Daisy was brought into the rescue, she delivered 10 healthy puppies. The puppies are finding their forever homes but Miss Daisy has a bit longer road to travel before going to her forever home. She is heartworm positive but has begun treatment and doing well. She doesn’t understand why she is in a crate 24/7 except for potty breaks. She wants to be running and playing in her foster family’s backyard or cuddling on the sofa. Miss Daisy is a 2-3 year old 50-60lb hound mix who should be available for adoption around the beginning of April.  She gets along with cats, other dogs but would like to be the center of attention, and LOVES children. She will be spayed and microchipped after she has completed her heartworm treatment. Adoption application can be submitted online at www.dirtroaddoggiesrescue.org Adopt Me page and scroll to the bottom.

Nugget

Mr. Personality!

Meet Nugget!! Nugget is 5-7 months old and weighs 10lbs. He’s up to date on vaccinations, neutered and microchipped. We think he is a Cavalier King Charles/Jack Russell or Cav-A-Jack. Nugget and his siblings followed a DRDR co-founders’ husband’s car up their long driveway one afternoon and never left! Nugget has a white body with brown/tan speckling and a brown/tan & white face. What can we say, he is just adorable inside and out. We hope to have better photos soon, but these pups are so darn cute, we had to post them so they can find their forever families. Nugget, like his siblings, is learning to walk on a leash and really enjoys exploring all the different smells on his foster family’s property.  Nugget, Sprocket, & Dinky were neutered on the same day so are sharing a large crate and doing great with the crate training and will master house training very soon. The pups are good with other dogs and children. They like to bark at the cat but if confronted by said cat, they turn tail and run. To submit an application for Nugget (or another brother/sister), go to www.dirtroaddoggiesrescue.org Adopt Me page and scroll to the bottom.

Pebbles

Loves Cuddles!

Hi! I'm Pebbles. I'm a young mom (approx 2 years old), who loves my children dearly! But, once they leave the nest, I'm done with motherhood! Whew!
You see, I've never been the center of attention. I was born into a very busy place & although I was loved, they couldn't spend time with me alone. I have always craved human affection so much that I just want to crawl into your lap, give you kisses & flop over for a belly rub. 


I know I'm covered in scars. Even my tongue is damaged. But, my foster mom says I'm beautiful & loves me so much! I'm not interested in making any trouble. When another dog in the household approached me, I just flopped over on my side to let her know I mean no harm. I'm a survivor & just long to be cherished.


Do you have room in your heart for a girl with a rough & tough exterior, but a heart of gold on the inside? If you let me sleep with you, I promise to let you have half the bed…most nights.


Pebbles & her puppies were rescued from a hoarding case with 50+ dogs on one property. The owner did her best in caring for the dogs but was not financially able to spay/neuter and ultimately got overwhelmed. Needless to say, there were many pregnant momma dogs as well as moms with young puppies one of which is Pebbles & her three pups: Daniel, Rupert, and Emma.


Pebbles is ready to find her forever family...could it be you? She deserves the best life has to offer. 

Pico

The man!!

​Meet Pico!! Pico is 5-7 months old and weighs 11lbs. He’s up to date on vaccinations, neutered and microchipped. We think he is a Cavalier King Charles/Jack Russell or Cav-A-Jack. Pico and his siblings followed a DRDR co-founders’ husband’s car up their long driveway one afternoon and never left! Pico is the largest of the litter and is a total love bug. He will make a terrific companion. We hope to have better photos soon, but they are so darn cute, we had to post them. Pico is learning to walk on a leash and really enjoys exploring all the different smells on his foster family’s property.  He’s doing great with crate training and will master house training very soon. Pico loves to be held like most little dogs but will also let you know if he thinks something is amiss. Pico & his brother Pippin were neutered on the same day and have been recuperating together in a crate.  The pups are good with other dogs and children. They like to bark at the cat but if confronted by said cat, they turn tail. To submit an application for Prissy, go to www.dirtroaddoggiesrescue.org Adopt Me page and scroll to the bottom.

Pippin

Short stuff!

​Meet Pippin!! Pippin is 5-7 months old and weighs 8lbs. He’s up to date on vaccinations, neutered and microchipped. We think he is a Cavalier King Charles/Jack Russell or Cav-A-Jack. Pippin and his siblings followed a DRDR co-founders’ husband’s car up their long driveway one afternoon and never left! Pippin is the smallest. He has the cutest short legs but our vet has advised his new family to treat him similar to a Dachshund. Always support his back when picking him up and provide ramps for him to cuddle on the couch or bed. He is no different than his littermates and will make a terrific companion. We hope to have better photos soon, but these pups are so darn cute, we had to post them. Pippin is learning to walk on a leash and really enjoys exploring all the different smells on his foster family’s property.  He’s doing great with crate training and will master house training very soon. Pippin loves to be held like most little dogs but will also let you know if he thinks something is amiss. Pippin & his brother Pico were neutered on the same day and have been recuperating together in a crate.  The pups are good with other dogs and children. They like to bark at the cat but if confronted by said cat, they turn tail and run. To submit an application for Prissy, go to www.dirtroaddoggiesrescue.org Adopt Me page and scroll to the bottom.

Prissy

Hot Mess!

Meet Prissy!! Prissy is 5-7 months old and weighs 9lbs. She has had age appropriate vaccinations and will be spayed very soon. We think she is a Chihuahua/Jack Russell mix. Prissy and her siblings followed a DRDR co-founders’ husband’s car up their long driveway one afternoon and never left! Prissy is a little hot mess who loves to have fun but also enjoys being held and cuddled. She will make a terrific lap dog but does enjoy running in her foster family’s fenced backyard. She is little so should not be left outside unattended. Her foster mom is working on crate training and leash walking and has no doubt Prissy will master these soon. Prissy loves other dogs and children. She will be tested with cats very soon but we don’t anticipate a problem. To submit an application for Prissy, go to www.dirtroaddoggiesrescue.org Adopt Me page and scroll to the bottom.

Reece


Go with the flow!

Peaches eight puppies were born January 14th in a loving DRDR foster home. There are 4 boys and 4 girls and all are healthy pups who’ve had age appropriate vaccinations and wormer.  Peaches was rescued from a backyard breeder who thought he could make a lot of money breeding Pitbulls…a story we hear all too often. Peaches has found her forever home with her foster family…whoop whoop!!! And we are hoping and praying her littles will be as lucky as their momma. The puppies will have their glamour shots soon but we wanted to post them asap because they are just so darn cute!! Peaches and puppies are living in a foster home with mom & dad, two small kiddos, a smaller dog and a squirrel…yes a squirrel!! The puppies love paying with the kids!!  All of the puppies have blue eyes – at least for now. Not only are these puppies adorable but they have the cutest names thanks to their foster mom! Since the foster family doesn’t have a fenced yard, DRDR provided a 10x10 pen so the puppies can run & play outside a few hours a day on these warm Spring days. They love rolling and playing in the hay which lines their pen. Peaches is a small, petite pittie – weighing approximately 35-40lbs so we expect the puppies to be a similar size and weight.

Males: MilkyWay is the largest of the litter and is super friendly & playful. MilkyWay and his brother Snickers have already mastered climbing on top of the dog house and barking at their subjects below.  Both are quick learners and leaders. Brother Crunch can be a little shy at first but he warms up quickly. Reece is the most laid back of the male pups but enjoys playing with his littermates.

Females: BabyRuth has more of a chocolate color with beautiful brindle hues becoming visible. She is playful and a bit laid back. Kit-Kat is the smallest of the litter but may be the tallest when it’s all said and done. Mommas tend to dote on the smaller pups and it is no different with Kit-Kat and her foster mom! While all of the puppies are weaned from Peaches, Kit-Kat is getting a little extra nutrition so she can gain weight. Kit-Kat loves to chase & play with her human sisters. Almond Joy is the Tomboy of the girls. She enjoys rough housing with her brothers. She lives to play! Last but not least, Butterfinger is the most laid back. When Peaches gave birth, little Butterfinger’s unbiblical cord was pulled too hard which left a hole in her belly. Butterfinger was taken directly to the vet and got stitches. She was barely an hour or two old. She has developed a hernia in this same spot which will be corrected when she is spayed.

If you are interested in adopting any of these sweethearts, please complete an adoption application at www.ditroaddoggiesrescue.org Adopt Me page. The adoption fee includes remaining vaccinations, spay/neuter, and microchip.

Red

Finally livin' the good life!!

Meet Red!! Red has had a terrible life thus far. This is the first winter he won't spend freezing outside on a chain or with an abusive owner who liked to kick and beat him with a stick. You would think Red would be fearful of all humans but that's not the case. He loves everyone he meets: humans large and small, dogs, but has not been tested with cats.  Red is in a loving foster home and has a new gal pal in Lena. Life is good for Red but he has one more hurdle to overcome before he can go to his forever home. He is heartworm positive. He will be starting his treatment very soon and should be available for adoption around the end of April. Red has been neutered, is up to date on vaccinations, and microchipped. Red has a little gray on his muzzle but who wouldn’t after the life he’s had. We think Red is about 6-8 years old and may be a lab/boxer mix. He is a tall boy who is weighing in around 70lbs now that he’s getting good nutrition. No ribs showing on this boy anymore. We can't wait to see Red in his happily after after furever home- he only deserves the very best! If you think you can give Red a great home, please submit an application at www.dirtroaddoggiesrescue.org Adopt me page and scroll to the bottom.  Roses are Red after all!!

Rupert

Adorable little ginger!

Pebbles puppies were rescued with their mom from a hoarding case with 50+ dogs on one property. The owner did her best in caring for the dogs but was not financially able to spay/neuter and ultimately got overwhelmed. Needless to say, there were many pregnant momma dogs as well as moms with young puppies one of which is Pebbles & her three pups: Daniel, Rupert, and Emma.

 The puppies were born around the end of February, have had their first puppy shots, and have been wormed:

Hi! I'm Rupert, named after Rupert Grint, from Harry Potter. I have the most glorious ginger coat & hazel eyes. I know I look sad, but that's just my Sharpei heritage. I'm actually a pretty content little guy. I spend my days nursing, playing with my sister & brother & sleeping. I love when the humans hold me because they kiss me a lot & make the best snuggle buddies. I just can't wait for all the cuddles that I'm going to have one day! When my perfect human comes along!
If you would like to adopt Rupert or one of her adorable puppies, go to www.dirtroaddoggiesrescue.org adopt me page, scroll to the bottom for the online application.

Rosie

Sweetest girl, Athletic
&
High Energy

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Rosie was dumped on the side of a rural road. She was terrified and didn't leave the area for days, but luckily, she had a guardian angel looking out for her. This angel found Rosie and sponsored her vetting costs which allowed DRDR to bring her in and get this gorgeous girl healthy! When Rosie came into DRDR’s care, she was malnourished, her coat was dull with hair falling out and had horrible skin. At that time, we had no idea how beautiful she would ultimately be. Her light brindle coat is very unique. Rosie loves attention and is crazy for her Kong. She will play fetch for hours if you let her! No doubt this girl had a rough life but we know her luck will change once the perfect forever family finds her. Rosie is approximately 3 years old, has been spayed, up-to-date on vaccinations, microchipped, and heartworm negative. Rosie plays with her foster family’s male pit mix, but would need to be tested with other females; however the foster family has seen no aggression towards other dogs or cats. Rosie is a high-energy girl. For adoption information, please go to: http://www.dirtroaddoggiesrescue.org/adopt-me-adoption-application
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Snickers


Born leader!

Peaches eight puppies were born January 14th in a loving DRDR foster home. There are 4 boys and 4 girls and all are healthy pups who’ve had age appropriate vaccinations and wormer.  Peaches was rescued from a backyard breeder who thought he could make a lot of money breeding Pitbulls…a story we hear all too often. Peaches has found her forever home with her foster family…whoop whoop!!! And we are hoping and praying her littles will be as lucky as their momma. The puppies will have their glamour shots soon but we wanted to post them asap because they are just so darn cute!! Peaches and puppies are living in a foster home with mom & dad, two small kiddos, a smaller dog and a squirrel…yes a squirrel!! The puppies love paying with the kids!!  All of the puppies have blue eyes – at least for now. Not only are these puppies adorable but they have the cutest names thanks to their foster mom! Since the foster family doesn’t have a fenced yard, DRDR provided a 10x10 pen so the puppies can run & play outside a few hours a day on these warm Spring days. They love rolling and playing in the hay which lines their pen. Peaches is a small, petite pittie – weighing approximately 35-40lbs so we expect the puppies to be a similar size and weight.

Males: MilkyWay is the largest of the litter and is super friendly & playful. MilkyWay and his brother Snickers have already mastered climbing on top of the dog house and barking at their subjects below.  Both are quick learners and leaders. Brother Crunch can be a little shy at first but he warms up quickly. Reece is the most laid back of the male pups but enjoys playing with his littermates.

Females: BabyRuth has more of a chocolate color with beautiful brindle hues becoming visible. She is playful and a bit laid back. Kit-Kat is the smallest of the litter but may be the tallest when it’s all said and done. Mommas tend to dote on the smaller pups and it is no different with Kit-Kat and her foster mom! While all of the puppies are weaned from Peaches, Kit-Kat is getting a little extra nutrition so she can gain weight. Kit-Kat loves to chase & play with her human sisters. Almond Joy is the Tomboy of the girls. She enjoys rough housing with her brothers. She lives to play! Last but not least, Butterfinger is the most laid back. When Peaches gave birth, little Butterfinger’s unbiblical cord was pulled too hard which left a hole in her belly. Butterfinger was taken directly to the vet and got stitches. She was barely an hour or two old. She has developed a hernia in this same spot which will be corrected when she is spayed.

If you are interested in adopting any of these sweethearts, please complete an adoption application at www.ditroaddoggiesrescue.org Adopt Me page. The adoption fee includes remaining vaccinations, spay/neuter, and microchip.

Sprocket


Those ears!

​Meet Sprocket!! Sprocket is 5-7 months old and weighs 112lbs. He’s up to date on vaccinations, neutered and microchipped. We think he is a Cavalier King Charles/Jack Russell or Cav-A-Jack. Sprocket and his siblings followed a DRDR co-founders’ husband’s car up their long driveway one afternoon and never left! Sprocket is Tri-colored (White, brown, & black) with the cutest ears – one ear up and one ear down!! Sprocket is taller than Dinky and only has a little black on his tail. Sprocket is a little lover and loves to be held and cuddled. We hope to have better photos soon, but these pups are so darn cute, we had to post them so they can find their forever families. Sprocket, like his siblings, is learning to walk on a leash and really enjoys exploring all the different smells on his foster family’s property.  Dinky, Sprocket, & Nugget were neutered on the same day so are sharing a large crate and doing great with the crate training and will master house training very soon. The pups are good with other dogs and children. They like to bark at the cat but if confronted by said cat, they turn tail and run. To submit an application for Sprocket (or another brother/sister), go to www.dirtroaddoggiesrescue.org Adopt Me page and scroll to the bottom.

Sugar

Sugar,
ah honey honey!

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Sugar and her two eight-week-old babies were found running in the middle of a busy street and came very close to being hit by several cars. A Good Samaritan was able to get them out of harms way and to DRDR for her second chance at a good life. Sugar is a 1-2-year-old Feist mix who weighs approximately 30 lbs. She’s UpToDate on vaccinations, spayed, and microchipped. Sugar is such a good little momma – she never lets her pups out of her sight and loves playing with them and especially rolling on the ground with them. She has taught them to follow her outside to go potty but can be protective if other dogs get near them. When not playing with her littles, this sweetheart loves to give her humans kisses. She is crate trained and working on house training – she has not had an accident in her foster family’s home. Sugar loves walking on her leash and will do great in an active family. She loves children and other dogs, but has not been tested with cats.
Could you be Sugar’s Happily Ever After?

 

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Thor​

Best Buddy!

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This super handsome boy is Thor! Thor is approximately 1-2 years old and weighs about 40lbs. Thor lived on a chain most of his life but is having no problem adjusting to life indoors. Thor is a fun-loving, outgoing pup who will make a terrific hiking or running partner. He is good with other dogs and cats but may be better suited for older children who will enjoy his exuberance. Thor is crate trained and working on house training. He is up to date on vaccinations, neutered and microchipped. He loves toys, but toys should be put away after play time is over. He also enjoys the more durable chew toys as most young pups do! Thor’s foster family takes pleasure in watching Thor develop and grow more confident each and every day.   We’re not sure of Thor’s breed but think he is a Hound/Lab mix with maybe some Husky mixed in. Not so much in looks but in his mannerisms. Once Thor settles in, he loves giving his humans kisses and chillin’ on the sofa. Thor can’t wait for the next chapter in his life to begin…being loved every day by his forever family. To submit an adoption application, go to www.dirtroaddoggiesrescue.org Adopt Me page and scroll to the bottom.
 

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Tubby

Mr. Chill!

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Meet Tubby, one of Ginger’s puppies! Tubby is more laid back than his sister, Mischief. Tubby will make a terrific family dog to an active family. He LOVES being with his humans much more than other dogs his size. Tubby enjoys playing with the smaller dogs at his foster home.  While chillaxin with family, Tubby would love if you'd rub his belly and of course give him a cuddle. Ginger's adorable pups were born on April 13, 2018. Of the original 8, we have 2 left Male: Tubby. Female: Mischief. They’ve had all age appropriate vaccinations, spayed/neutered and are microchipped. Tubby is crate & house trained and he walks well on a leash. They love other dogs and are fine with children and cats. We believe they are tan and white Border Collie/Lab mixes. Momma Ginger came to DRDR pregnant and scared. All Ginger knew was a life in a small wire pen. She had food and clean water so according to local laws, she was well cared for!?! Ginger was one of 40 something dogs in the same situation...on one property....none spayed or neutered. Ginger had these sweethearts in a loving foster home unlike most of her counterparts on the property. The pups should be medium sized dogs when full grown.  To adopt one (or Two!), go to http://www.dirtroaddoggiesrescue.org/adopt-me-adoption-application

 

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COURTESY POSTS
The animals below are looking for new homes but are not available for adoption through DRDR. They are only available through arrangements with their current owners or shelters. If you are interested in any of the animals listed below, please contact the owner directly. Contact information can be found in each animal's description.
DISCLAIMER: DRDR has not met or evaluated any of the animals under Courtesy Posts unless otherwise noted.  DRDR, its staff and volunteers are not responsible for these animals and makes no claim to their health, training, temperament, or other concerns.  DRDR does confirm vetting history prior to posting.  DRDR recommends that anyone interested in adopting one of these animals fully discuss the animal's health, history, and temperament with its current owner and obtain a temperament evaluation of the animal where appropriate.
 

Interested in Adopting from DRDR? 
Please read our Adoption Regulations
on our FAQ page FIRST !!!

DRDR proudly practices Responsible Rehoming
 
 

ADOPTION APPLICATION​
complete and submit electronically or download, and email to [email protected]
Adoption Application
Adoption Applicant(s) Full Names This is applicable to all couples, spouses, and partners who share a residence. PLEASE LIST BOTH NAMES
Adoption Applicant(s) Email
Name, age, and occupation of all residents living in home:
Home Address
Home and Cell Phone
Personal Reference #1 Please provide phone #. (only one reference can be a relative) How long/do you know this person
Personal Reference #2 Please provide phone #. (only one reference can be a relative) How long/do you know this person
Veterinarian Reference: Please provide phone #. Shots must be up to date within 30 days for cats and dogs and all dogs must be on monthly HW prevention
Names of all pets treated there over the past two years
Are all of your pets on your property altered (spay/neuter)? If No, please explain:
In the past 5 years have you had pets that are no longer living with you? If yes, please explain
List names, breed, health, age , behavior of all pets that live on your property and where they sleep
Have you ever had to give up a dog? If yes, please describe.
Please describe the dog you are wanting to adopt.
Why do you want to adopt a dog?
What do you plan to feed your adopted dog? We use Wholesome Sportmix Fish
Where will your adopted dog sleep at night?
Do you have a crate that will comfortably fit your adopted dog? If no, are you willing to purchase one?
Who will care for your pet during vacations and family emergencies?
Are you willing to attend obedience training with your dog?
If you do not have a current veterinarian, how do you plan to find one?
Describe your home: Own/Rent, Apartment/ Single Family/Duplex/Townhouse, Acreage, ect
If you rent we must confirm your permission to have a dog. Please provide your Landlords contact:
Should you be chosen to adopt from DRDR, we will conduct a home visit before and after adoption
Is anyone in your home allergic to dogs of any kind?
How much money would be considered a major medical expense for your adopted dog?
Is your entire household supportive of this adoption?
How long do you plan to keep your adopted dog?
What are your plans for this dog: family pet, companion, guarding, hunting, breeding
Have you applied with another rescue within the past 3 months? If yes, whom and have you been contacted by them?
How many hours will your adopted dog be alone on average and where will he/she stay during this time?
How did you find out about DRDR?
*I agree that the above listed information is TRUE and CORRECT and understand this information will be included with my adoption contract. If ANY INFORMATION is found to be UNTRUE AT ANY TIME (EVEN FOLLOWING ADOPTION) THE DOG WILL BE RECLAIMED AT NO EXPENSE TO DIRT ROAD DOGGIES RESCUE. Type full name as agreement.
*By submitting my application I hereby give my Veterinarian, Personal References, and Landlord permission to disclose to Dirt Road Doggies Rescue information that pertains to adopting from Dirt Road Doggies Rescue. Type your full name as agreement.
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        PUPDATES
 

Murphy with his brother at Pooches in the Park.

Photos courtesy of Heart Spot Pet and Family Portraits
Muprhy with his siblings at Pooches in the Park.






Photos courtesy of Heart Spot Pet and Family Portraits
Nigel signing his thank you cards to all who donated to his meidcal bills.
Ralph having some fun on the farm, wishing for a family of his own one day.  
This first photo was taken of Jack about a month after he entered the protective arms of DRDR.  He was still very much underweight and slowly recovering from a severe flea infestation.  You can see the look of relief in his eyes, so grateful not to be hungry anymore.  The second photo was taken just two months later.  Jack so handsome and filled out.  He has come a long way in such a short amount of time.  
Poco and Goldie getting in some play time before Goldies HW treatment begins.  That's Jack in back!
Sadie Mae is enjoying being a house dog.  "All these blankets and beds sure are soft!"