Kingston

Hey Hey! I’m Kingston, a 5-year-old Lab mix looking to be someone’s only dog. I was found as a stray, and my family never came for me. That’s okay . . . I just can’t wait to meet my new family! I’m small at 55 lbs, and love people! I’m crate trained, love long walks, and would love a family with kids 5 and older. Please come meet me, and let’s start our adventures of a lifetime together! I’m with Oregon Dog Rescue, 503-612-0111 or oregondogrescue.org. 

Shadow

Hiya!  I am a very energetic 9-year-old male Shepherd mix. I love to go for walks! How about you? I’m okay with other dogs who are not too rambunctious! One special thing about me: I’m a tri-pod, but everyone will tell you it’s doesn’t slow me down one bit! Come meet me! I’m with Oregon Dog Rescue – 503-612-1111, info@oregondogrescue.com.

JoJo

Hiya!  I’m JoJo, an 8-year-old female Puggle! They say I’m energetic, and I am!  I love to go for walks or runs! I also like other dogs, and I’ll do great with kids over age 5. I need an active family . . . because I will find things to do if not given daily exercise!  Please come meet me!  I’m at Oregon Dog Rescue, 503-612-0111 or info@oregondogrescue.org.

Jayda

I’m a Cattle Dog, a very special breed, and a very special girl! I need a breed-experienced home where I get daily exercise and only-child-style love. A home with no other dogs, kitties or kids would be best. I love walks and playing with any toys I can get my paws on! If you’re looking for an active, engaged companion, I’m your huckleberry! Contact Oregon Dog Rescue at 503-612-0111.  

Nana

I am a 10 year old, female Labrador mix. I was found as a stray in California and taken to a high-kill shelter, which was very scary. I am safely at a foster home here, and if can open your heart to me give them a call and we can meet! I just know we’ll be best friends!  I get along with other dogs, and am just a big love waiting to share my golden years. Call me! Oregon Dog Rescue 503-612-0111.  

Opal

I’m Opal, and I’m just a young thing at three years old.  I was brought to Oregon from a high-kill shelter in Southern California, and with all the transition I’m ready to go home!  I love to run and play, but I also really like a nice lap snuggle when I get the chance!  Won’t you consider coming to Oregon Dog Rescue in Tualatin to meet me?  I bet I make your day, I know you’ll make mine!  Call 503-612-0111.

Blackberry

Doesn’t my name suit me?  I am as small as a berry, black and gray, and sweet!  One special thing about me:  I’m deaf, but that doesn’t stop me from exploring and loving life . . . no way!  My foster mom says I’m very lovable, and she lets me take my time with new people and situations.  My dream family will have deaf dog experience and patience as I continue learning to be a good dog.  A confident, easygoing dog in the home might help me adjust.  Come meet me!  I’m at Animal Aid, 503-292-6628, AnimalAidPDX.org.

Dolly

Life was rough there for a bit, but things are much better now that I’m in a foster home.  My name is Dolly, and my people abandoned me — just left me in an empty house!  I’m a little overweight right now, but we’re working on it!  I’m a very sweet old girl who gets along great with other dogs, kids, and even cats!  I’d like to live out my golden years in a warm, comfortable home.  I promise you that I’ll love every minute of my new life with you!  Please contact my friends at Oregon Dog Rescue: 503-612-0111 and ask to meet Dolly!