All of the Mutts ages are current as of January 2019 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.
Barnette is a beautiful girl who loves to be outside. She walks well on a leash and is housebroken. She is friendly with other dogs, but is shy with people at first. Barnette has cancer in her mouth which is rapidly spreading and cannot be removed. So far she is doing well eating soft food but unfortunately her time is short.
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.
Bruster is an extremely sweet and lovable boy. He thrives on attention and has lots of energy. He walks well on a leash, gets along with other dogs and is housebroken. Bruster does have a severe heart murmur and will not be able to be neutered due to this.
Brutus is a handsome guy who is very strong but does walk fairly well on a leash and is housebroken. He does not seem to care for other dogs. Brutus has mast cell cancer and has multiple tumors throughout his body so his prognosis is not good.
Cha Cha is a petite young lady who had some type of brain trauma before coming to MM. She has no vision in the left eye and at times she just “star gazes”. Cha Cha can not be spayed due to her injuries. She still has plenty of energy and enjoys going for car rides and playing with the other dogs. Cha Cha is sponsored by Daphne Herrold & the Herrold Furkids, and Dylan Quinlan.
Chloe has a severe heart condition which prevents her from being spayed and she will also be on heart medication for the rest of her life. She does not care for most other dogs but she loves human companionship. Walks well on a leash and is housebroken. She also loves to play with squeaky toys.
Cleveland has no vision in his left eye and due to a birth defect he may possibly lose his right eye. He has very limited vision and gets disoriented quickly. Cleveland doesn’t mind other dogs and would prefer being a lapdog. Cleveland is sponsored by Carole Hepner.
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.
Dixie is a sweet old girl with skin issues, chronic dry eyes and back issues. She loves to be with people and takes short strolls at the shelter.
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”.
Franny has a very sweet and loving disposition. She LOVES to be with people and is housebroken. Not very friendly with other dogs. She has lots of energy for her age and enjoys going for walks. Franny has a skin condition which requires medication and frequent bathing, and also a thyroid issue which requires medication. Franny is sponsored by Charlotte and David Collins.
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.
Lupe is an older little lady. She has a severe heart murmur. Lupe would prefer being held or snuggling up in a warm bed. A quiet home would be best. Lupe walks well on a leash, is housebroken, and gets along with other dogs. Her best friend is Tinker and they must be adopted together.
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.
Mamie is a sweet little lady. She has limited vision and due to her heart murmur she can not be spayed. Mamie loves to be held. A quiet home would be best. She is good with other dogs and is housebroken. Mamie and Pappy came together so they will need to be adopted as a pair. Mamie is sponsored by Lenore Askew.
Pansy is a sweet girl and is always looking for attention. She doesn’t mind being around other dogs. She has several health issues, as well as being hard of hearing and has limited vision. Pansy is sponsored by PetValu in Lewisburg, Pa.
Pappy is a shy little guy who loves to be held. He has very few teeth and limited vision. A quiet home would be best. Pappy is good with other dogs and is housebroken. Pappy and Mamie came together so they will need to be adopted as a pair. Pappy is sponsored by Sue Johnson.
Riko is a big boy who is immature and very strong and will need work on basic obedience. He is friendly towards people and most other dogs, and loves to play with toys. Riko had a nervous pee and cowered when he first came to MM, so most likely was not treated very well wherever he came from. Riko is sponsored by Diane C. Serafin and Bert & Ernie “In Memory of Tipsy”.
Rumbo is a handsome guy who is very friendly with people and most other dogs. He likes to go for walks but can be hard to handle since he is very strong. He loves to play with toys and tear them apart. Rumbo was diagnosed with extreme renal failure and Lyme disease when he came to MM. He can not have surgery to be neutered due to the renal failure.
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.
Tinker is a little old gal who even with breathing issues still has plenty of energy. Tinker would prefer a warm bed to snuggle in or a lap to sit on. A quiet home would be best. She walks well on a leash, is housebroken, and gets along with other dogs. Her best friend is Lupe and they must be adopted together.
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.
Zena is a cute little girl with lots of energy and very friendly . She has a liver shunt and requires medication for the rest of her life. Due to the liver shunt she is not able to be spayed. Most likely she will have a short life expectancy. Zena is sponsored by Ann Swartz.