Kristen Collins is the Director of Anti-Cruelty Behavior Services for ASPCA. Ms. Collins’ work with the ACBT focuses on the evaluation and proper placement of animals seized in dog fighting, puppy mill and hoarding cases. Through specialized behavior assessments, the team gathers information to ensure the best outcome for victims of animal cruelty and provide […]
This week’s adoptable dogs of the week are single and ready to mingle in the comforts of your warm home. Check out Hannah and Precious. First up is miss Hannah. She’s a fawn/black Black Mouth Cur/Hound mix. Coming into her own at 3 years old, Hannah has been a patient girl waiting for her new […]
by Lauren R. Tharp The fourth most popular breed in the United States, the German Shepherd has long been known for its heroic exploits and loyalty as a family pet. First recognized by the AKC in 1908, the German Shepherd is the leading police, military, and guard dog breed in the world…and is also known […]
Adopting a shelter dog may be the ultimate act of recycling. Mark Shambour of K9 Korral talks with Rover Reporter about their work with post-adoption, shelter dogs. What type of dog would be right for your family . . and how to settle in with your pup at home K9 Korral offers a variety of […]
Mia is a one and a half year old sweetheart. She is an awesome dog but like all young dogs she requires exercise and training. Her ideal home will be with a family who can dedicate time to her to develop her loving personality. She is housebroken.
She likes kids but she is a very strong dog so she would probably do better in a home without them. She has lived with cats but from what we have heard, she likes to