Axel is a 5 year old lab that is searching for his right fit. This handsome and happy boy loves to go for walks, play fetch, go on car rides, and take over the entire bed. He is working on better leash manners because he gets very excited on the way to the dog park. Axel's adoption is $175. This covers neuter, rabies, distemper, bordetella, flea/tick/heartworm prevention, and microchip.
Chance has the best smile and wants to share it with everyone! He is looking for a new family that does not mind that he is a little grey around the edges. Chance is a great companion that loves everyone (maybe not cats or squirrels so much). Chance's adoption fee is $175. This covers neuter, rabies, distemper, bordetella, flea/tick/heartworm prevention, and microchip.
Lucie is searching for her permanent family! This cute girl has not had much luck finding the right fit. Active, loves to cuddle, will definitely catch that rabbit one day, appreciates a good belly rub, and will forever be your best friend. Lucie is on a daily medication. Lucie's adoption fee is $175. This includes spay, rabies, distemper, bordetella, flea/tick/heartworm prevention, and microchip.
The Dude is a lab mix that was found as a stray by Independence. Dude has the goofy personality of a lap and the energy of a puppy. He is a happy go lucky dog that has lots of energy. Dude does not like cats and gets along with most other dogs but slow introductions are important and always on a leash. While we do not know Dude's history, he loves attention and always has a smile. He would do best with an active owner that has the patience to train him and give him lots of exercise. Dude's adoption fee is $175. This includes neuter, rabies, distemper, bordetella, flea/tick prevention, heartworm prevention, and microchip.
Meet Remi! Remi is a wonderful mix of lovable and playful. Walks and playing in water are his favorite things, followed closely by getting loved on and going for car rides so he can drool out of the windows. Remi prefers the company of just about anyone, except cats. We are working on leash manners because going for walks is just so exciting! Remi adores belly rubs and playing fetch. He is a gentle boy that lets you take the ball out of his mouth if you promise to keep playing. And playing tug-o-war is one of his all time favorite things! Remi's adoption fee is $175. This covers neuter, rabies, distemper, bordetella, flea/tick prevention, heartworm prevention, and microchip. All of our animals can be visited Tuesday-Saturday 12-630 at 22407 Business Highway 151 Monticello, IA 52310
Marshall is back through no fault of his own. Sometimes it is hard to keep a family together. You may remember Marshall when he came in two years ago as a very skinny and neglected dog. We worked hard to get him healthy and he finally had an awesome home that loved him and helped him grow into a happy and active boy. Marshall is a gorgeous dog that has had the worst luck. He deserves a home that will love him for the rest of his life. He adores hiking, water, car rides, and even just taking up an entire lap for snuggles. Because he has never had enough of anything in his life, Marshall does not often like to share his stuff but he does love play dates and doggy daycare! Marshall's adoption fee is $175. This helps cover vet fees such as neuter, rabies, distemper, flea/tick prevention, heartworm prevention, and microchip. He can be visited at our shelter Tuesday-Saturday 12-630 at 22407 Business Highway 151 Monticello, IA.
Leo is a 2 year old lab mix and is about 66 pounds. He came to us as an owner surrender. Leo is housetrained and alerts when he needs to go outside. Leo is nervous around new men so he requires a slow introduction. This is increasingly common as we come out of the covid years as many pets were not socialized. Leo prefers to be outside most of the time but loves to be in a lap, giving kisses just as much. He barks at other dogs but not in a mean way. If you have another dog we encourage a slow meet/greet so Leo knows he is not in danger. He is housebroken, enjoys mealtimes, and sniffing around the yard. Leo does not like cats and a home with cats will be an automatic no for him. Leo just wants a chance at his furever home so he can give all of his love and get lots of belly rubs in return. Leo's adoption is $175. This covers spay/neuter, rabies, bordetella, distemper, flea/tick prevention, heartworm prevention, and microchip. All dogs can be visited at our shelter in Monticello, IA at 22407 Business Highway 151.
Kya is a female Dutch Shephard mix who was born around September 2020. Kya was rescued off of Craigeslist and brought to our shelter. She is a sweet girl but is afraid of anyone new and requires a slow introduction. This girl loves to run with her dog friends and is always smiling. Kya is very affectionate, often wanting a hug before she goes outside in the morning. She loves to run! This girl can fly and will play fetch just so she can run around and burn off her energy. Dutch Shepherds were bred to guard and require physical and mental stimulation to be happy. It is important to note that this is not a breed of dog for beginners and Kya will require training. Because of events we do not know about, Kya reacts out of fear to some circumstances. She is being trained to help her feel safe but will require patience and kindness. This girl only wants to please and feel safe! Kya's perfect home would be without children as she developed a fear of kids in her previous home. She loves people in general and has even learned to trust men again after last placement but will benefit from slow introductions. The adoption fee for Kya is $175. This includes spay/neuter, rabies, distemper, bordatella, flea treatment, worming, testing for heartworms and treatment, and microchiping. If you are interested in meeting Kya, please visit the shelter at 22407 Bus Hwy 151 on the outskirts of Monticello during normal business hours which are Tuesday thru Saturday, noon to 6:30pm. If you have any further questions, you can call 319-975-8283. BREED DISCLAIMER: Many dogs come to us as strays and therefore, we are unsure of their breed. We may actually list a pure bred as a mix because we truly do not know their origins or background and we often must guess at their breed. 9/30/22 7:03 PM