You met Macie on our home page. She is a young adult mixed breed who is awesome with children of all ages! Good with other dogs but we do not know how she is with cats.
Here's your next best friend!
Sweet she is! Very loving and happy now that she is in foster care.
Lulu is about 40 pounds and has the most adorable underbite! She is terrific with kids as well as dogs but no cats please.
Breeds like Rory are most;y passed over because of misconception toward bully breeds.
This baby lived on a chain most of her life..she had litter after litter of puppies and was very far along in a pregnancy when her so called owner took her to a high kill shelter where she ended up having her 8 beautiful puppies. We believe little short stocky Rory is Bull Terrier and Staffordshire Terrier mix. She is happy now and so very very loving.
Meet Zoe' a 6 1/2 month old sweet loving girl looking for a home to bring happiness to! Zoe's family left her at a high kill facility for reason's unknown to us. Zoe' does have a broken tail....it does not bother her in anyway!!
Jasmine is a terrific girl who loves children, does well with livestock and cats but would really like a home with another dog willing to play with her as well. She is housebroken and crate trained.
The dog's below are adopted
Hope and Goose both adopted from COH. They have been so much fun over the years. We love them!!
Cruiser and Cooper were adopted by the same family!
Quinton, almost 4 years old now came into our lives shortly after my husband and I got married. Our first family dog!
Just over a year ago, our family began the search for our Ariel. It had been two years since we lost our beloved 16-year old pup—our “first” baby—and until that point, we just didn’t feel ready. But last summer we all started discussing how we wanted to bring another dog into our life. Scouring the local shelters for a while, we couldn’t seem to find a match. And then I came across Ariel on Petfinder. There was just something about her little face, and it was the first time I felt compelled to click the “inquire” button on the site.
A nearly instantaneous response from and phone call with Erin and we got the ball rolling on our paperwork. A little nervous about this all, I discussed with Erin how the process works and how we would get to meet Ariel (I was not sure about saying yes to adopt a dog we hadn’t yet met in person). Fortunately for our family, a good friend, Marleen, just so happened to be a volunteer for Circle of Hope and she offered to pick Ariel up from transport in Albany (an hour and a half away) so we could meet her.
My husband joined Marleen and, after a long wait and drive he brought the puppy home. I got to meet her very late at night on July 31. Immediate love. But the real test was the next morning, when our three boys (then 7, 10, and 12) were introduced to Ariel. That was it—then and there she became part of our family.
Today she gets to run free on two acres, where she is constantly exploring—and sometimes digging and hunting. Her favorite thing in the world is to run around with “her” boys, intervening as they play ball or goading them into chasing her. When school starts back up, she will be sad—but she is content to stay home with mom and then jump in the car every day to wait outside the school, greet all the kids, and welcome her boys.
Reacquainting ourselves with puppy training after a decade and a half hiatus—and now trying to do so with three kids “helping”—was certainly a challenge. But it’s been more than worth it. And it’s been really cool to be able to follow along on the Facebook page and see how some of her brothers and sisters (and all of the other CoH pups!) are doing.
I keep telling my kids that once they’re older and I no longer have to be heading in a million directions with their schedules, I want to be a foster mama for Circle of Hope and help other families find their Ariels!