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Puppies and dogs in Toppenish, Washington

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These adorable dogs are available for adoption in Toppenish, Washington. To learn more about each adoptable dog, click on the "i" icon for fast facts, or their photo or name for full details.
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Roxi

German Shepherd Dog

Female, 5 mos
Moxee, WA
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Needs experienced adopter, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Meet Miss Roxi. Roxi is a beautiful German Shepherd mixed puppy. Roxi is a very intelligent high energy pup that is ready for her forever home. Roxi is a Super sweet pup but we believe her forever family should understand the German Shepherd breed and be prepared to start a puppy obedience class. Roxi is fully vaccinated including rabies and has been Vet checked by our Veternarian and has given Roxi a clean bill of health. If interested in Roxi contact Randy via email at Adoptarezdog@gmail.com with Roxi in the subject line. Introduce yourself with contact information. I will then contact you and send you an adoption application. We only adopt with an approved adoption application as we do a through background check on all potential adopters. Rez Dog Rescue is located in Yakima Washington.
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Rex Sr.

Husky

Male, Adult
Yakima, WA
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Not good with cats, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Meet Rex, a 5-year-old male Husky,Rex was brought to the adoption center by Sunnyside animal control. He was microchipped by his previous owners but sadly they have not responded to the shelter staffs attempts to contact. Rex is a very sweet boy with a happy smile. He does good on his leash and has even gone for a walk with a small dog and done well. Rex is a little too interested in cats that he has met, so he should not be in a home with cats. Rex Sr. would love for you to stop into the adoption center and take him for a walk today!This pet is available for adoption on 7/29/23 at the Yakima Humane Society adoption center. If you recognize this animal please contact the adoption center at 509-457-6854.If you are interested in adopting this pet please fill out an adoption questionnaire at www.yakimahumane.org. A Yakima Humane Society staff member will contact you once your questionnaire has been received. Adopters are welcome to visit the adoption center Monday-Saturday. A Picture says 1000 words...right? While an animal's picture draws interest, the reality is that as a potential adopter most people would like as much information as possible about a pet. The Yakima Humane Society is an open admission shelter. What does this mean? Over 90% of the pets at the adoption center arrive as strays, no history of behavior or medical care is known. Adding a pet to your family is a big responsibility. Please research carefully and remember that adoption is life saving. Adopt Don't Shop.
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Tuck

German Shepherd Dog

Male, Senior
Yakima, WA
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Tuck went to the SunDome for the March Muttness event and did amazing! He walked with both the staff and the public and loved the attention. Tuck had no issue being petted or approached by the crowd while kenneled and loved getting treats. He watched all the action from his kennel and was a big fan of all the attention. Meet Tuck, a 7-year-old male German Shepherd mix.Tuck arrived at the adoption center after being picked up by animal control in the city of Sunnyside. When he first arrived at the adoption center he was a little unsure of the action, but as a new arrival and being located in the lobby who could blame the guy. Tuck has since come out of his shell and enjoys getting out of the kennel for some love. He went on a field trip with one of the employees and he did amazing in the car and was great to handle on the leash. Tuck is very treat motivated and does know his commands of "Off" and "Sit". He has met a few dogs at the adoption center and was a bit vocal, so a meet and greet with other animals in the home is recommended prior to adoption. Tuck is considered a large breed but he is only 62 pounds so he makes the perfect family or lap dog for any home. This pet is available for adoption on 8/3/23 at the Yakima Humane Society adoption center. If you recognize this animal please contact the adoption center at 509-457-6854.If you are interested in adopting this pet please fill out an adoption questionnaire at www.yakimahumane.org. A Yakima Humane Society staff member will contact you once your questionnaire has been received. Adopters are welcome to visit the adoption center Monday-Saturday. A Picture says 1000 words...right? While an animal's picture draws interest, the reality is that as a potential adopter most people would like as much information as possible about a pet. The Yakima Humane Society is an open admission shelter. What does this mean? Over 90% of the pets at the adoption center arrive as strays, no history of behavior or medical care is known. Adding a pet to your family is a big responsibility. Please research carefully and remember that adoption is life saving. Adopt Don't Shop.
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Holli

Husky Alaskan Malamute

Female, Adult
Yakima, WA
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Meet Holli, a 4-year-old female Husky/Malamute mix.Holli was brought to the adoption shelter by Union Gap animal control. She was found at the local mall. We aren't sure if Holli likes to shop or just loves people. She does have a curious personality and seems very outgoing. Holli is like most Husky's, she likes to be active and is going to need a home that wants to spend time with her and can also keep her safely contained when they are not with her. She is pretty easy going on leash for a husky and is a genuinely sweet lady that we adore. If you recognize this animal please contact the adoption center at 509-457-6854.If you are interested in adopting this pet please fill out an adoption questionnaire at www.yakimahumane.org. A Yakima Humane Society staff member will contact you once your questionnaire has been received. Adopters are welcome to visit the adoption center Monday-Saturday. A Picture says 1000 words...right? While an animal's picture draws interest, the reality is that as a potential adopter most people would like as much information as possible about a pet. The Yakima Humane Society is an open admission shelter. What does this mean? Over 90% of the pets at the adoption center arrive as strays, no history of behavior or medical care is known. Adding a pet to your family is a big responsibility. Please research carefully and remember that adoption is life saving. Adopt Don't Shop.
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Quincey

German Shepherd Dog

Male, Adult
Yakima, WA
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Meet Quincey, a 4-year-old German Shepherd mix.Quincey is a confident, energetic and very sweet loving boy. He loves getting scratches and cuddles so much that he will bark for more if you stop. He loves to be out in the park and seems used to a more outdoor lifestyle. Quincey would love a home with a securely fenced in yard where he can play fetch with his new owner. Quincey does pull on his leash in his excitement but he is getting better about that. He may do best in a home with no small children at this time until he gets some focused training as he tends to jump up when overly excited. This pet is available for adoption on 8/5/23 at the Yakima Humane Society adoption center. If you recognize this animal please contact the adoption center at 509-457-6854.If you are interested in adopting this pet please fill out an adoption questionnaire at www.yakimahumane.org. A Yakima Humane Society staff member will contact you once your questionnaire has been received. Adopters are welcome to visit the adoption center Monday-Saturday. A Picture says 1000 words...right? While an animal's picture draws interest, the reality is that as a potential adopter most people would like as much information as possible about a pet. The Yakima Humane Society is an open admission shelter. What does this mean? Over 90% of the pets at the adoption center arrive as strays, no history of behavior or medical care is known. Adding a pet to your family is a big responsibility. Please research carefully and remember that adoption is life saving. Adopt Don't Shop.
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Cashew

German Shepherd Dog Alaskan Malamute

Female, Adult
Yakima, WA
Size
(when grown) X-Large 101 lbs (46 kg) or more
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Meet Cashew, a 7-year-old German Shepherd/Malamute mixes!This cutie arrived at our shelter after being seized along with their 5 other siblings. She has been altered, vaccinated, microchipped, and dewormed and is ready to find her forever home! She is in a foster home right now and loves going on hikes and is the sweetest girl!We always recommend testing all our dogs with any other potential family members prior to adoption to ensure the best outcome for all!If you are interested in adopting this pet, please fill out an adoption questionnaire at www.yakimahumane.org and a staff member will contact you once your questionnaire has been received.A Picture says 1000 words...right? While an animal's picture draws interest, the reality is that as a potential adopter most people would like as much information as possible about a pet. The Yakima Humane Society is an open admission shelter. What does this mean? Over 90% of the pets at the adoption center arrive as strays, no history of behavior or medical care is known. Adding a pet to your family is a big responsibility. Please research carefully and remember that adoption is lifesaving. Adopt Don't Shop.

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Lower Valley Animal Adoptions

Toppenish, WA 98948

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Saving Grace Rescue

PO Box 1844, Zillah, WA 98953

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Rez Dog Rescue

Moxee, WA 98936

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Hearts of Love Rescue - Washington

Yakima, WA 98901

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Wonder Pets Rescue

Yakima, WA 98901

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Yakima Humane Society

2405 West Birchfield Road, Yakima, WA 98901

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K-9 & Kittyland rescue

P.O Box 956, Yakima, WA 98907

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Rescue Me Pups

Moxee, WA 98902

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Yakimas Kittens N Dogs

Yakima, WA 98903

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Nob Hill Animal Clinic

4710 W. Nob Hill Blvd, Yakima, WA 98908

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