All Paw Prints dogs and older puppies are: (1) heartworm tested (and negative unless otherwise noted) and on heartworm prevention; (2) vaccinated appropriate to their age; (3) sterilized; (4) treated for internal and external parasites; and (5) microchipped. Unless otherwise noted, our adoption fee for dogs and older puppies is $200 or two for $350, and the adoption fee for senior (7+ years) is $100.


DOB: 2/7/2017
Neutered Male
Chocolate w/White Staffordshire Terrier
Status: Available

Mojo is a young, goofy boy with a big smile! He came to Paw Prints severely emaciated, with no training and heartworm positive. Mojo has finished his heartworm treatment and is learning what it means to be a happy, indoor dog with a loving family! He walks beautifully on a leash and knows basic commands. He loves playing with other, confident dogs. He is great with cats and will shower them with affection. Mojo is also good with children, although he may knock over very small children when he gets playful. He gets bursts of energy and runs as fast as he can, stopping and starting randomly, which is hilarious to watch! If you would like to submit an application on Mojo or any other Paw Prints dog or cat, click here. (LR)


DOB: 10/20/2016
Neutered Male
Hound Mix
Status: Available

Thor is a bit of a mystery. We know where he came from, and we know how he was returned to us, but the time in between only he knows! At the end of April, we received a call from a high-kill shelter in Florida. A dog had been tied to a shed behind an abandoned house. Neighbors took care of the terrified dog for 3 weeks thinking the family would come back for him. When that didn’t happen, they called animal control. Thank goodness for microchips! They were able to trace Thor back to Paw Prints. And thanks to the cooperative efforts of Florida Urgent Rescue or FUR, Thor was pulled from the shelter and placed in foster care until arrangements could be made to get him back to Paw Prints . . .

THOR (continued)

. . . Initially, Thor was terrified — particularly of men. It was obvious he had not been treated very well. He quickly learned to trust his new foster parents and has learned basic commands, is crate trained, and gets along well with other dogs. He has also put on a few pounds. He is still a little nervous in new situations, but treats really help ease his fears! He is healthy and getting ready for his forever home. This big handsome hound mix weighs about 60 lbs. He likes being outside, but has quickly come to appreciate the joys of a dog bed and watching TV! If you would like to submit an application on Thor or any other Paw Prints dog or cat, click here. (BW)