All of the Mutts ages are current as of January 2021 unless otherwise specified in their description. Any of these dogs CAN BE ADOPTED with the understanding that they may be older dogs or have special needs and/or other problems.
There are some canine residents that have, sadly, lived all or most of their lives at Mostly Mutts. Some are older or “special needs” dogs. They are all known and loved by the volunteers but they still deserve a chance at a loving home. Please consider adopting or sponsoring one of these dogs by going to the Forms page and filling out an Adoption Application or Sponsorship form.
If your sponsored dog is listed either as adopted or crossed over the Rainbow Bridge, you are welcome, if you wish, to choose another dog. You may also keep your current sponsorship in honor or memory of your dog. Please be assured that your sponsorship makes it possible for our older “citizens” to remain healthy and happy.
Augusta is a handsome guy who has lots of energy and loves his ball. In fact he usually has a ball in his mouth at all times. Augusta knows the sit command and will shake with both paws. He is a fast and strong walker and may need some work being controlled when walking on a leash. Augusta is housebroken. Not sure how is he with other dogs. Augusta has had a recent bout with cancer but is doing ok for now.
Blazer is a little old man who likes to be held or curl up on your lap. He does not walk on a leash, is not housebroken and does not care for other dogs. A fenced in yard would be preferred.
Bongo is a beautiful boy but is not well socialized and can be unpredictable. He does trust a few volunteers. He is very protective of his food bowl and does not care for other dogs. Bongo enjoys playing with squeaky toys, walks well on a leash and is housebroken. Bongo is sponsored by Jan & Greg Snyder, and Samantha Tamburro & Susan Yucha.
This sweet boy is always wanting someone’s attention. Plays and gets along with kennel mates. He enjoys going for walks and playing ball and is housebroken. Bowser was diagnosed with renal failure but is doing quite well. Bowser is sponsored with a gift from Kate Rodgers in the name of Patricia Weber.
Butch is a beautiful boy with a unique personality. He likes most people and loves car rides. He does have some neurological issues that cause problems with his legs. But he is able to get around fairly well. Walking him on a leash does take some talent as he is very wiggly. He does not do well with other dogs. Toys are limited for Butch since he has a tendency to chew them up and swallow them to the point of having needed surgery. Due to his neurological issues he is not able to be neutered.
Clinton walks on a leash, loves to play ball, and is housebroken. He gets along with most other dogs. Clinton sustained a head injury while in a trial period for adoption and now has days where he is not himself. Clinton is sponsored by Linda Thomas.
Drew came to MM from very poor household conditions and unsocialized with people or other animals. Now he has had good vet care, food and people who care about him. He is looking good and trusting more people. He is however, very slow to warm up to new people. He is a “Gentle Giant” and a very sweet, handsome boy. He knows the sit command and is working on shaking hands. He is housebroken. May be best as an only dog and probably not with small children. Drew has had some behavioral issues and is not very friendly with some people. He can be unpredictable at times with who he likes. Drew is sponsored by Karen, Honey, Tommy, and Bucky Blackway “In Memory of Norton”.
Levine is a sweet boy who loves to be with people. He does not get along with most other dogs, so would be best as an only dog. Levine walks well on a leash and is housebroken. Levine has had some behavioral and obsessive types of issues which are being investigated as well as some trials of medicines to see if that would help.
Major is a sweet boy who enjoys going for walks. He knows basic commands, is housebroken and is good with most other dogs. He does have severe hip dysplasia and spinal spondylosis which is managed with pain medication. He also has a pancreatic enzyme deficiency which requires medication before he eats. However, none of these issues have held him back from normal activities. Major is sponsored by David Stamm & Jessica Bainbridge.
Squiggy has lots of energy and loves squeaky toys. He was not very well socialized when he came to MM and had a lot of behavioral issues, so will need work on obedience, getting used to people and other dogs. Walks well on a leash and is housebroken. Squiggy is sponsored by Deb Catherman “In Memory Of Silus J. Hunsinger”.
Wendi has lots of energy and is very playful. She doesn’t care for other dogs or cats, so may be best as an only pet. She likes car rides, and walks well on a leash.