Adoption fees range from $150-500 depending on the level of training the dog has received in our care.
Buddha is a handsome, energetic boy who was brought to the shelter after wandering into someone's yard. Buddha is young, most likely under two years old. We will have our hands full teaching him to hold back his hugs and kisses and behave, but we believe he could one day make a great therapy dog! All he wants to do is live life to the fullest and hangout with someone who loves him. It will take a little time before he is ready to be adopted, but we are definitely open to inquiries about him.
Eloise is a middle-aged Retriever/Collie mix who has been staying with one of our employees for the past several months. Originally thought to have heart worms, she has now been tested negative and seems to be quite healthy! Eloise is a sweet, gentle girl who is still a bit nervous with her new surroundings at The Noble Dog Hotel. We think her ideal home would be a calm place where she could lounge around on a couch and be loved on constantly. She still has training to do before we feel she is 100% ready to be adopted out.
Rescued off the streets by one of our employees, Molly is a senior girl looking for someone special with whom to spend her golden years. Binge-watching Netflix and cuddling on the sofa would be her preferred activities. Molly came to us heartworm positive, but she kicked those heartworms' butts! She will need to have a low key lifestyle to give her a comfortable life. If you can find room in your heart for this sweet girl, put in an application today!
Mumford is a Great Dane mix who holds a special place in our hearts. He has been returned twice from owners who did not uphold the structure required for his particular needs. He is deaf and needs an owner/family who is willing and dedicated to the ongoing training and structure he must have to thrive. Unfortunately, he will not make an ideal therapy dog, but he still deserves a great home! He has a lot of love to give to the right person!
This sweet boy needed some serious saving. After being found on the side of the road with a carabiner clipped through the skin of his neck, he was rescued by Greenville County Animal Care. We are so glad we had room in our program for this hunk of love. Despite how horrible some people have been to him in the past, he LOVES affection and will just lay his big head in your lap. He would do best in a home as an only dog, preferably with no cats or other animals. He may have missed out on formative socialization time during his puppy-hood, so he has not been able to pick up co-dog habitation. He still deserves the right home and, with some restrictions, may even be able to be a therapy dog. Hippo has a ton of love to give, and we could all use a little more love in our life!