Go Chief Go!

Posted by: | Posted on: July 16, 2022

Chief is a 5-year-old Beagle/Australian Cattle Dog mix who has been at the shelter for over 40 days! He was an owner surrender when his family decided they didn’t have time for him anymore and he was left to bark all day alone in their home. He’s super smart and sweet but has a few quirks. His previous owner said that he would resource guard high value edible items but was fine when fed alone.

He’s never lived with dogs but he does seem to do okay existing with them here, although he is a wee bit reactive on leash. He’s incredibly affectionate to people who listen to him when he gets uncomfortable. Chief must go to a home without small children.

Posted by: | Posted on: July 15, 2022

Lucci is Looking for Love!

Posted by: | Posted on: July 5, 2022

HEY! I’m Lucci, pronounced Lew-Chee, like Gucci with an L! You better be excited to meet me because I am BEYOND stoked to meet you. I was brought to The New Albany Floyd County Animal Shelter when my previous family didn’t think I was the right fit for them anymore. I was pretty bummed at first because I loved them a lot but now, I’m ready to pounce on my new best friends and live my best life. I’m about 60lbs of love and energy. I could power an entire city with how much my tail wags.

I used to live with two little kids but I didn’t like that very much. Don’t get me wrong, they were a lot of fun, but I guess I was too much for them. I’m learning some manners while I’m waiting for you to take me home but the staff here says that I would do best in a home with older kids. I prefer to be left alone while I’m sleeping or munching on a super dope snack. I love love love other dogs but I come in pretty hard and fast which I know not all dogs will appreciate so if you’ve got a dog at home, I’d sure love to meet them before we make this thing official.

Happy Independence Day!

Posted by: | Posted on: July 3, 2022

Hit the road, Jack!

Posted by: | Posted on: June 22, 2022
Meet Jack! He’s a senior Cattle Dog mix who is looking for a nice quiet home to spend his golden years. Jack was surrendered to The New Albany Floyd County Animal Shelter when his previous owners became ill and could no longer care for him. Jack was a little sad at first, sure, but he’s the kind of guy who tries his best to look on the bright side of things! Jack knows a ton of super fun tricks and gives the worlds best handshake! He’s working his hardest on getting his summer body back but may need some of your help slimming down.

When left alone in his previous home, Jack enjoyed rooting through the trash trying to find some good snacks and his favorite game to play was the “steal the socks” game. Jack promises to try his best to come up with a new game to play at your house but he would really love it if you’d play games with him! Jack has done well with cats and smaller dogs, mostly ignoring them, but doesn’t seem interested in meeting any larger dogs.