- Our Mission: Respect The Dog
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- Secondhand Mutts Provides Shelter
We provide shelter for our dogs in loving, committed, foster homes as well as at The Mutt Hutt daycare and boarding facility.
- Secondhand Mutts Socializes Their Dogs
- Secondhand Mutts Secures Vet Care
Prior to being adopted into a forever home, our dogs receive a full health screen, spay or neuter, vaccinations, heartworm testing, as well as flea and heartworm preventative. We are 100% committed to any dog who arrives needed special veterinary care and treatments.
- Secondhand Mutts Finds Forever Homes
We carefully screen all applicants to insure our dogs are adopted into their final forever home. Individuals and families applying for our dogs are interviewed in person and references are checked during the adoption process. Check out our Mutt Match Application for adoptive families.
We Need Homes
Female, Short-Haired, Medium
Carolina is a 2-3 year old Doberman/Hound mix. She is 40# and fully grown.
Hound Mix, Med/Large, Young
Drew looks pretty big in this picture but his actual size is around 35 pounds. He is long and skinny and has the body of a large Whippet mix type dog.
Plothound Mix, Male, Loves Dogs
Buckwheat is a young adult Plothound/Lab Mix. He is around 45-50#, estimated to be 2 years old and he’s great with other dogs.
Terrier/Lab, Male, Young
Beefy is a 5-6 month old Terrier/Labrador Mix. He was brought in and surrendered by his owners who realized they could not give this young pup the life he deserved.
Male, 3-4 Years, Housetrained
More information on Big League Chew coming soon!
Doberman, Male, Blue/Rust
Although he is stinky and has a long road ahead it’s dog like Crunchy that make us proud of our work
Lab Mix, Medium Sized, Female
Since arriving at our facility Cecelia has really opened up and enjoyed playing with the pack.
Hound/Terrier, 2 Years, Male
Chipper has been living with a young child and two parents. He is a hound/terrier mix.
Terrier, Small, Male
Thom and Yorke are back looking for a new home. It’s not their fault but their owner is too busy with a new job and can no longer care for them.