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Puppies and dogs in The Village, Oklahoma

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These adorable dogs are available for adoption in The Village, Oklahoma. To learn more about each adoptable dog, click on the "i" icon for fast facts, or their photo or name for full details.
We'll also keep you updated on Sonny's adoption status with email updates.
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Sonny

Mixed Breed (Small) Mixed Breed (Medium)

Male, Adult
Oklahoma City, OK
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Sonny is a smart boy who loves to learn and will show off his knowledge of "Sit", "Shake", "Catch", and "Down" and is ready to learn anything new. In fact, learning new tricks, training, and playing games is how he bonds with new people. He has done well in a calm environment and likes structure in knowing what to expect next. He enjoys a good snuggle with familiar people which means he won't always wait until you're sitting down and will stand between your legs to make sure he gets his daily quota of snuggles. With slow and proper introductions, he may do well with dogs of similar size and low energy but he should not live in a home with cats. He has not been acclimated to children and we recommend a home where there are no children. " I am currently available for adoption, but I'm also in need of a temporary foster home while I wait for my future family. Fostering means providing me with a safe and caring space where I can learn, grow, and share my unique personality while waiting for adoption. The amazing folks at OK Humane will provide all the necessary support, from food and supplies to medical care, while you offer the love, attention, and insights that will help me find my forever family. If you're not ready to commit to adopting, e-mail foster@okhumane.org about fostering me! "
We'll also keep you updated on Tulip's adoption status with email updates.
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Tulip

Mixed Breed (Small) Mixed Breed (Medium)

Female, Baby
Oklahoma City, OK
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Tulip is a lovable and resilient pup who has found herself in search of a new forever home due to unforeseen circumstances. Sadly, her previous owner was evicted and could no longer provide the care and love Tulip deserves. Despite the upheaval, Tulip remains hopeful and eager to find a family that will cherish her as much as she will cherish them.With gradual introductions, Tulip can get along with other dogs but prefers to take new relationships slow. She would love a human willing to play fetch in the backyard! She lives happily with a laid back cat and has lived with kids, though she prefers those willing to get to know her and respect her space. Tulip is a gentle soul with a heart as big as her adorable floppy ears. She's incredibly affectionate and thrives on human companionship. Tulip is well-mannered and obedient, making her a joy to have around the house. Whether it's snuggling up on the couch for a movie night or going for a hike in the great outdoors, Tulip is always up for an adventure as long as it means being by your side.Tulip would thrive in a home where she can receive plenty of love, attention, and exercise. If you're looking for a loyal companion who will fill your life with endless love and joy, then look no further than Tulip. Come meet this sweet girl and see for yourself what a wonderful addition she would make to your family!" I am currently available for adoption, but I'm also in need of a temporary foster home while I wait for my future family. Fostering means providing me with a safe and caring space where I can learn, grow, and share my unique personality while waiting for adoption. The amazing folks at OK Humane will provide all the necessary support, from food and supplies to medical care, while you offer the love, attention, and insights that will help me find the perfect forever family. If you're not ready to commit to adopting, e-mail foster@okhumane.org about fostering me! "
We'll also keep you updated on Journey's adoption status with email updates.
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Journey

Mixed Breed (Small) Mixed Breed (Medium)

Female, Adult
Oklahoma City, OK
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Introducing Journey, the beautiful soul who lives life to the fullest! I may have a unique look due to some hair loss from Demodex, but hey, who cares about appearances when there's so much love to give and adventures to be had, right? I thrive on attention and affection, so I'm looking for a home where I can soak up all the love without having to share it with other pets or children. But trust me, I'll make sure you're never lacking in love or excitement!So, if you're ready for a stunning companion who's all about living life to the max, I'm your girl! I have been waiting too long, so don't waste any more time - lets meet up to make memories together. I've been fully housetrained in previous home environments, and I do well roaming freely overnight. I would love to sleep in your bed or on your couch! I get a little nervous of slippery tile floors, but I'm learning to work past that. I love to get zoomies in the backyard then come inside to relax and watch tv. I'm a great companion whether you want to go for a hike or have a movie night at home.I am currently available for adoption, but I'm also in need of a temporary foster home while I wait for my future family. Fostering means providing me with a safe and caring space where I can learn, grow, and share my unique personality while waiting for adoption. The amazing folks at OK Humane will provide all the necessary support, from food and supplies to medical care, while you offer the love, attention, and insights that will help me find the perfect forever family. If you're not ready to commit to adopting, e-mail foster@okhumane.org about fostering me!
We'll also keep you updated on Juniper Junior 'JJ''s adoption status with email updates.
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Juniper Junior 'JJ'

Mixed Breed (Small) Mixed Breed (Medium)

Female, Adult
Oklahoma City, OK
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Hi, I'm Juniper Junior, but you can call me JJ!At 1 year and 6 months old, I'm a bundle of energy and love just waiting to find my forever home. I can be a little shy when meeting new people, but with patience and trust, I'll shower you with affection.I love going on walks and running around the yard. I'm quite the racer and often win against my foster brothers. With my youthful spirit and boundless energy, I can run laps around the yard countless times. However, my favorite activity is cuddling up for back scratches, which I adore even more than belly rubs!My foster family gifted me a Gumby toy when I first came to stay with them and now I carry my special Gumby toy everywhere. Though I've never seen the show, Gumby gives me comfort and helps me feel secure.I'm learning to be calm when left alone, knowing my foster family always returns. I get along well with cats and, while I might need some time to warm up to other dogs, I become an enthusiastic playmate once I feel comfortable.Fully house-trained and kennel-savvy, I know my kennel is a safe space. With a bit of patience and a lot of love, I'll become your loyal best friend.I'm eager to meet my forever family.
We'll also keep you updated on Tanami's adoption status with email updates.
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Tanami

Mixed Breed (Medium) Mixed Breed (Medium)

Female, Baby
Oklahoma City, OK
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Tanami is named after a desert in Australia, the word is derived from a Warlpiri word meaning ‘never die' which referred to rock holes said to never run dry. This girl has embodied this wellspring idea from day one. She was found in horrible condition and she showed up every day with the maximum energy she could muster, happy to live her fullest life. This adorable gremlin was found wandering our neighborhood in very bad condition. Due to neglect she was only 19lbs (should have been 30+) and almost hairless. She had major skin infections and her entire face was one giant scab. She is unrecognizable from that day now and is full of energy and very fuzzy!Nami is a high energy sweetheart who uses ‘scare the bear' tactics any time she encounters new things or people and feels insecure. She sounds like a demon but is actually friendly and playful, she just wants to ensure everyone knows "she is not food, she is big and tough and you better be nice to her. Ok. You'll be nice? Awesome! Yes you may give me all the back scratches. Lets wrestle then or play chase!" Rumor has it she has been a fan of Frisbees. She is slowly learning not every new experience requires this level of survival tactic. Perhaps you can help her learn confidence and calm when discovering new adventures.Food is often the way to her heart but her true love language is scritches and cuddles. Don't worry about being gentle, the deep scritches are what she lives for and her skin is all better and is a nice fuzzy texture to pet now. Towel time is the best time, except getting held and cuddled in a ball is also the best time. Being carried like a baby is also a great time sometimes. It may take time to earn this gals trust but once you have it she becomes your biggest fan and most loyal companion. There is no true way to be prepared for the resulting waterfall of adoration.Nami loves to play with other dogs. She plays like she lives, without hesitation. She just dives in with all her energy and excitement. This can be too much or come over as rude to some dogs. If a dog is clear about enforcing boundaries she will respect that but she might push the buttons of an overly polite dog. Her ideal canine companions are higher energy playmates who enjoy chase and nomming and wrestling. She has a herding breed play style and highly enjoys other herding type playmates. She has done well with most dogs in her foster home and is working on perfecting her manners. After trying all the tricks Tanami has agreed that cats are just too interesting to her and she needs a cat free household to not be tempted to bad behaviors.This goofy gremlin is house trained and crate trained but is very serious about privacy and her space. Ensuring she has a space all her own for meals and naps wherever adventure takes her helps Nami maintain her confidence. Exhibiting behaviors called ‘resource guarding' she makes it clear to other pups and people she doesn't trust that her crate is ‘her room' and you better not come in unless specifically invited. We can understand why you might interpret this act as an audition for a voice roll as a Scooby Doo monster; be assured this is just her way of communicating her needs for safe, private space. She rides well in a car and loves low crowd adventures like hiking and sniff walks.She also lives up to her nickname ‘toonami' sometimes with her goofy antics. She has one upright and one sideways ear and a giant grin with tongue lolling, she could be in a cartoon. She loves to sit in patio chairs like the humans do, this character sometimes sounds demonic when she talks during play or if she gets excited. She runs and pounces like she is in an action film, and we can't blame her for living as full of life as she feels.This wonderful pocket sized big dog is ready to live an active life with her forever person or family and experience grand adventures! Requirements: must give good scritches, not mind some patchy fur, be ready to endure intense love and affection, enjoy the wonky ears, provide food regularly, be a cat free home, and must give good head massages. Nami can't wait to nom her way into your heart.
We'll also keep you updated on Ollie Gordon III's adoption status with email updates.
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Ollie Gordon III

Mixed Breed (Small) Mixed Breed (Medium)

Male, Adult
Oklahoma City, OK
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Meet Ollie, the lively and lovable 7-year-old canine companion with a heart as big as his paw prints. Ollie is a handsome 75-pound male dog who has captured the hearts of everyone he meets with his endearing personality and his love for cuddling up next to his favorite people. Despite his robust nature, Ollie is a gentle giant, and his playful demeanor and affectionate nature make him a loyal friend, creating lasting bonds filled with joy and laughter. Ollie tends to be selective with his dog friends, so he will require slow and proper introductions. Ollie will also require a home without feline friends. Ollie is an avid walker and appreciates the simple pleasures of a stroll. Whether it's exploring the neighborhood or hiking through scenic trails, Ollie is always up for an outdoor adventure. His eagerness to explore make him a delightful companion for those who enjoy an active lifestyle.In addition to his outdoor pursuits, Ollie has a knack for stealing hearts with his expressive eyes and wagging tail. Prepare for a life filled with wagging tails, playful antics, and a whole lot of love with this delightful 7-year-old pup!

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Infinity Farms Animal Rescue and Sanctuary

Oklahoma City, OK 73120

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The City of The Village Animal Welfare

1701 NW 115th St, Oklahoma City, OK 73120

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Pups & Promises Animal Rescue

Oklahoma City, OK 73120

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Save4Paws

Oklahoma city, OK 73120

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Volunteers for Animal Welfare Inc.

P.O. Box 20061, Oklahoma City, OK 73156

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Central Oklahoma Humane Society - Adoption Center

7500 N Western Ave, Oklahoma City, OK 73116

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IGCA Rescue

Oklahoma City, OK 73114

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Friends with Four Paws

Oklahoma City, OK 73114

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Dogs As Family, Inc.

P.O. Box 13457, Oklahoma City, OK 73113

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Oklahome Animal Rescue, Inc.

Oklahoma City, OK 73132

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