My name is Sandy & Rocky!

Pug/Beagle Mix Dog for adoption in Salem, Oregon - Sandy & Rocky
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Hopes Haven

Facts about Sandy & Rocky

  • Breed: Pug/Beagle Mix
  • Color: Tan/Yellow/Fawn
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
  • Sex: Female
Sandy and Rocky are the perfect pair and are meant to stay together. They are seeking a new family that can keep them in the same manner in which they are accustomed – inside with tons of love and attention! Favorite ‘other animals’ is each other, and leave all the cats for someone else! Most content in a home with teenage kids or adults. Although they can enjoy the outdoors, a fenced area is highly recommended as the mix is very curious and investigative (“Squirrel” moments).
Hi, I’m Sandy! I'm a puggle. I am truly a compassionate lover of all people, regardless of age, shape, or size. My favorite place is a warm lap. I can be trusted to be home alone, but am most excited to be with my ‘peeps’. I am a quick learner, and love to please. One of my favorite toys is a plastic bottle, or an empty milk jug, as they make the best noise. I also enjoy a good game of tug-of-war.
My name is Rocky, and I am seeking a new family. I am a beagle mix. In addition to being cute, I am energetic and love attention! I will let you know when someone is around, as I am very intelligent and loyal, and part of the Neighborhood Watch. I do my best when around older kids and adults. I would prefer to live with my best friend, Sandy, and leave the cats to someone else. I love toys of all kinds.

About Hopes Haven

About Our Rescue Group...

Hopes Haven began as a dream. A televised news story about a case of obscene animal abuse broke our hearts. Video from the scene taken after authorities seized possession of the animals revealed several deceased and emaciated dogs. Of the dogs still alive, only two were determined to have any chance of survival. Marsha called the humane society where the dogs had been taken and asked if a terribly emaciated Doberman that was on the newscast could be held for her to adopt if she survived. The care givers at the shelter named the Doberman Hope. Hope's life had been one of being chained inside of a barn and forced to have litter after litter of puppies, all while rarely seeing the light of day. Although Hope never did fully recover, she did indeed survive and lived with us for almost thirteen months before she died. Hopes Haven is a tribute to her and to all innocent dogs that have had their trust betrayed by unworthy guardians.

We give hope to those that have no place else to go. The old, infirm, and ill will always have a place to go as long as Hopes Haven exists.

We also specialize in northern breed rescue such as Huskies and Malamutes.

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Our Adoption Process...

Applications are submitted for review by the founder before appointments are made.