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Puppies and dogs in Slinger, Wisconsin

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These adorable dogs are available for adoption in Slinger, Wisconsin. 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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Milo

Great Pyrenees

Male, 4 yrs 7 mos
Brookfield, WI
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Not good with dogs, Good with cats, Needs experienced adopter, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Milo is a 4-5yr old Pyrenees mix. He is neutered, UTD on vaccinations, and microchipped. He weighs approximately 95lbs. Milo was adopted in 2020 through WAAGR. His family has undergone some big-time changes, including losing a primary caregiver for Milo and a move. They had to make the heartbreaking decision to ask us to help them find a new home for Milo where he can live his best life. He is a big, loveable goober; he wants to be the only big, loveable goober in the home. He is dog-selective, and who can blame him? We don't like every human we meet, so we totally understand. Milo has some typical Pyrenees traits, like, he isn't always a fan of new people coming into his space. But once he accepts you, he does so completely. Milo does well with older children, though we recommend children 13+. This is primarily due to his size. He's far from dainty! Milo is house-trained and able to roam freely in the absence of his humans. He is also good with cats. Milo is also a big fan of hide-and-seek in the house! Please fill out an application if you think you have a place in your home and in your heart for Milo. https://airtable.com/app49gfltshq95eup/shrdmtewFR8thMJ19
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Chewy

Husky

Male, 3 yrs 8 mos
Cedar Grove, WI
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Chewy is a rescue dog I got him 12/18/2021, 2 years ago from the Wisconsin humane society. He will be 3 years old on 6/14. I am looking for lifers can take care of him in a secure, safe and healthy environment. He has never lived with any other animal only Betta fish and Hamster :). Not sure how he will be around other animals. I have babysat dogs before but he has always stayed in his area. Only signs he show's, wiggle of the tail to want to play. Unless the other animal show aggressive signs then he will go into bark mode. He is a talker, as all huskies are. He has more of a husky than Germán shepherded. He is so smart I believe he can be trained to anything he is very treat driven. Mostly listens to only me at the house he knows: sit, leave it, down, paw, no and slow when I say it. If he is in a sassy mood won't listen unless treat is present. He is full of energy. New parents must understand how costly it can be to have a dog like him when it comes to vet, food especially grooming.
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Tony

Anatolian Shepherd

Male, Adult
Chilton, WI
Size
(when grown) X-Large 101 lbs (46 kg) or more
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Meet Tony - Your Goofy, Loving, and Large Furry Companion Awaits! Name: Tony Breed: Anatolian Shepherd Size: Lovable and Large Personality: Goofy and PlayfulBackground: Rescued from a busy highway, now ready for adoption!Tony, the lovable giant with a heart as big as his paws, is in search of a forever family that will cherish him as much as he deserves. This goofy Anatolian Shepherd found himself in our shelter after concerned citizens rescued him from a cold and hectic highway. Despite his rough start, Tony's spirit remains unbroken, and he's now all set for a new chapter filled with love and joy. Personality Traits:Tony is not just a dog; he's a bundle of joy and playfulness wrapped in fur. His large frame is matched only by his equally large heart. Tony is the epitome of goofiness, ready to bring laughter and happiness into your home. He loves to play, run, and be the center of attention, making every day an adventure. Ideal Home:Tony would thrive in a family that appreciates his fun-loving nature and has the space for his playful antics. Whether you have a large backyard or enjoy outdoor activities, Tony is up for the challenge. Despite his size, Tony is a gentle giant, making him an excellent companion for families of all shapes and sizes. Forever Home Requirements:A love for large and goofy personalitiesSpace for Tony to stretch his legs and playCommitment to providing love, care, and endless playtimeA warm and welcoming home that Tony can call his ownReady to make Tony a part of your family?Don't miss the chance to bring laughter and love into your home with Tony. Contact us at eastshoreha.org to learn more about adopting this delightful goofball and schedule a meet-and-greet. Tony is ready to become the perfect addition to your family, filling your days with joy and unforgettable moments!
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Nala

American Pit Bull Terrier

Female, Adult
Chilton, WI
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Nala, a resilient soul, has faced the harsh realities of being abandoned, but her spirit remains unbroken. Having been rescued, spayed, and given the care she deserves, Nala is now on the lookout for a forever home where she can experience the joy of unconditional love once more.Personality Traits:Nala may be a bit shy at first, a testament to the challenges she's faced, but give her a bit of time, and you'll witness a transformation. Once she warms up, Nala becomes an affectionate and devoted companion. She'll be your shadow, following you with loyalty and showering you with endless love and cuddles.Ideal Home:Nala would thrive in a patient and understanding home where her gentle nature is appreciated. A quiet environment that allows her to build trust at her own pace will bring out the best in this sweet girl. Nala's ideal family will provide the love and security she needs to fully embrace the joys of a forever home.Forever Home Requirements:Patient and understanding familyA calm and quiet environmentWillingness to give Nala the time she needs to warm upCommitment to providing a loving and secure forever homeOpen hearts ready to receive the abundance of love and cuddles Nala has to offerReady to make Nala a part of your family?If you're ready to welcome Nala into your heart and home, please reach out to us at Eastshore Humane we are operating by appointment only at this time. Please apply online at eastshoreha.org and once we receive your application we will contact you to meet Nala. Let's ensure Nala's journey takes her to a forever home filled with warmth, kindness, and the love she deserves. Together, let's rewrite the next chapter of Nala's life with a story of love, companionship, and joy!
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AK

German Shepherd Dog

Female, Adult
Chilton, WI
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
AK, a stunning German Shepherd, has triumphed over adversity and is now ready to embark on a new chapter filled with love and understanding. Rescued from a challenging past with a backyard breeder, AK is seeking a patient and compassionate forever home that will help her rediscover the joys of being a cherished pet. Personality Traits:Despite her challenging start, AK is a sweet-natured soul with a heart full of love to give. She may be a bit shy initially, but with the right family, she is sure to blossom into the confident and happy pup she was meant to be. AK is ready to learn, explore, and experience the joys of a loving family. Ideal Home:AK would thrive in a home with older children who understand the importance of patience and gentle encouragement. She is still learning to trust and may need a bit of time to adjust to her new surroundings. A calm and loving environment will help her build the confidence she needs to fully embrace her role as a cherished family member.Canine Companions:AK would benefit from the company of calm, well-behaved dogs who can serve as positive role models. Having furry friends who can guide her and share in her journey of rediscovering the joys of play and companionship would be invaluable. AK is ready to form lasting bonds and create paw-some memories with her new canine pals. Forever Home Requirements:Patient and understanding familyOlder children who can provide gentle supportCalm and well-behaved canine companionsCommitment to AK's ongoing socialization and trainingA loving and secure environment to help her thriveAre you ready to open your heart and home to AK, offering her the love and security she deserves? If you believe you have the perfect forever home for this resilient beauty, please visit our website at eastshoreha.org to submit an application for AK once approved staff will contact you to arrange a meet and greet to visit AK and see if she will be a good fit for you! Thank you!
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Trusty

Bloodhound

Male, Adult
Chilton, WI
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Introduction:In the heart of our no-kill facility, a courageous bloodhound named Trusty is embarking on a journey to recovery. Diagnosed with heartworms, Trusty's spirit remains unbroken as he undergoes a carefully managed treatment plan. Trusty's story is one of perseverance, and he now seeks a loving home where he can continue his healing journey surrounded by the warmth of a caring family.Background:Trusty's past may be clouded with heartworms, but his future shines with the promise of a brighter tomorrow. Surrendered to our facility, Trusty's resilience has captured the hearts of our staff. Despite his health challenges, Trusty's tail wags with optimism, showcasing the indomitable spirit of this incredible bloodhound.Physical Attributes:With velvety ears and soulful eyes, Trusty is the epitome of the classic bloodhound charm. His heart may be on the mend, but his affectionate nature is unwavering. Trusty's treatment plan is progressing, and with the right care, he is poised to make a full recovery. His future family will witness the transformation of this gentle soul into a picture of health and happiness.Personality:Trusty's disposition is as endearing as his name suggests. Despite his health journey, Trusty is a beacon of hope, reminding us all that every step towards recovery is a step towards a brighter future.Ideal Home:Trusty is in search of a compassionate and understanding home where he can continue his healing journey. A patient family willing to provide the love and care he needs during his slow-paced treatment will find in Trusty a loyal companion. Trusty would thrive in an environment that values the importance of a relaxed pace, allowing him to recover at his own speed. Because of Trusty's continued treatments an ideal home would be close to our shelter as trusty needs to come in once a month for his treatments and will need to be checked at our partner vet clinic to ensure his treatments where a success and his heartworm is no longer before he can be fully adopted. Adoption Details:Trusty's adoption package includes ongoing heartworm treatment support, ensuring he receives the care necessary for a full recovery. Our dedicated staff is committed to assisting Trusty's adoptive family in understanding his unique needs and providing guidance throughout the treatment process. If you are interested in Trusty please visit our website at eastshoreha.org to submit an application and once approved staff will schedule your personal meet and greet to visit Trusty. Thank you!

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Washington County Humane Society

3650 State Road 60, Slinger, WI 53086

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Paws & Tails Lifetime Companions

3256 Evergreen Court, Richfield, WI 53076

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Buddy's Buddies Animal Rescue, Inc. MW

Hubertus, WI 53033

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Seniors Rock! Saving the Seniors

3053 Beechwood Industrial Ct., Suite 1, Hubertus, WI 53033

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Heartstrings Dog Rescue

West Bend, WI 53095

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Lucky Mutts Rescue

Sussex, WI 53089

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American Water Spaniel Rescue

Kewaskum, WI 53040

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Wisconsin Cocker Rescue, Inc.

PO Box 275, Menomonee Falls, WI 53051

Pet Types: cats, dogs

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Badgerland Gordon Setter Club

W28364 Ruby Circle, Hartland, WI 53029

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