This is Rigsby!! Rigsby is about three to four years old and he is just a doll. Rigsby had a great home for three years until his owner decided to join the Air Force. His family now no longer wants to care for him, so poor Rigsby is coming back to us. We found Rigsby about three years ago at animal control on the day he was to be euthanized. We took him out of his cage and he just sat down in front of me and gave me the biggest hug and kiss I had ever received. We knew there and then he was coming home with us!
Rigsby thinks he’s a lap dog and will try to climb on your lap every chance he gets! Rigsby loves to play with toys, fetch and chew!! He also knows how to sit, wait and go into his crate. Rigsby loves all people and will show you by giving you a very big hug and wet kiss! Rigsby is really just a big love of a dog who needs a family to call his very own! Rigsby has lots of energy so a couple who likes to move and has a fenced in back yard is a plus. He would do better in a home with no other animals as he likes all the attention!
This is Baxter. Baxter is a Great Dane/American bulldog mix who seems to be around 2 – 3 years old. Just look at those beautiful eyes and that silly ear going in it’s own direction and you’ve only just begun to see what is special about Baxter. Baxter was literally close to starving when his foster family found him in a wooded area. To give you an idea of how emaciated he was…. he now weighs 75lbs. and is 28″ tall. Picture him 30 pounds skinnier (no shorter, just as tall) and that was him. Once Baxter realized he was saved, he did a little happy wagtail dance and went trotting off to begin his better life. And he hasn’t stopped being happy and appreciative since. He’s got energy but it’s all positive! Because Baxter was left behind by his former owners, he doesn’t like to be left outdoors for longer than it takes for him to do his business, which he does immediately. Baxter isn’t afraid of storms and shows no food or toy aggression. He gets along well with other pets and is somewhat curious by nature. Baxter is crate-trained and housebroken, loves to go on walks and chew his Nylabone and Kong toys (on a recent outing he also showed his love for lemonade lemon rinds, who knew?? so he’s also fresh and sweet smelling) . He responds well to praise and training, and blossoms when treated like the special guy he truly is. Baxter has a deep, authoritative voice but is not an excessive barker. Baxter is playful and just looking for someone to play with; a family to call his very own!