The Mostly Mutts Board Meeting and General Meeting scheduled for June 2nd have been canceled. Meetings will resume when circumstances…
The Mostly Mutts Board Meeting and General Meeting scheduled for April 7th have been canceled. Meetings will resume when circumstances…
We are so very sorry to make this announcement, but the Woof & Wine event to be held at Spyglass…
Help support Mostly Mutts by participating in our summer raffle! $10.00 per ticket Call Cindy at 570-473-1029 or Email: [email protected] Drawing will be held at Sunbury Motors on Monday August 31st at 6:30pm Winners will be notified by phone. PRIZES 1 @ $500 1 @ $300 1 @ $200 10 @ $100 […]
Mostly Mutts 11th Annual Golf Tournament will be held at the Susquehanna Valley Country Club on Wednesday, September 9th 2020 Registration: Noon Tee-off: 1 PM Cost: $85 For the registration brochure click here: 2020 Registration Form
Boomer has a great personality, is very friendly with people and other dogs, and is housebroken. Boomer is a “tripawd” or 3 legged dog. He was hit by a vehicle before coming to Mostly Mutts and due to the extent of his injury his back leg was not able to be saved. Having 3 legs does not stop him, he is FULL of energy. He can walk on a leash as long as he has enough line to balance. But a fenced in yard is preferred to make it easier for him. Due to his energy level, being so strong, and lack of manners we would not recommend a home with small children. Would definitely benefit from obedience training.
Burl is a true beagle, nose to the ground while going for a walk. He walks on a leash and is housebroken. He enjoys spending time outside so a fenced in yard is recommended, as his nose may get him in trouble. Burl doesn’t care for other dogs in his space, so being an only dog may be best.
Chopper walks well on a leash, likes other dogs, and is working on housebreaking. Because Chopper is not very socialized and is scared of new people he meets, anyone interested in him may need to visit the shelter multiple times and spend time with him till he gets to know you.
Gringo is a big, strong boy and is full of energy. His size can be a little intimidating, especially with small children. He seems to get along with most other dogs and is housebroken. He definitely needs work with walking on a leash and would benefit from obedience training. Gringo does not share food or like other dogs near his dish.
Lavelle has lots of energy and will need basic obedience training. He does know the sit command and is learning to walk on a leash. He loves to run around in the play yard and fetch squeaky toys. Not sure how he is with other dogs. Lavelle is housebroken and enjoys car rides.
Maui is a young guy with extremely high energy. Needs some training with walking on a leash. Maui is housebroken, enjoys riding in a car, and is ok with other dogs.