Adoption Pending: Cedar

Quick Facts: Breed: Lab/Beagle mix Gender: Male, neutered Age: 9 months old Size: 45 pounds Good with… Dogs? Yes! Cats? Sorry, no. Kids? 12+ Hi there! My name is Cedar, and I’m a fun-loving, sweet-hearted, enthusiastic Lab-Beagle mix! History I’ve lived with my family in Ithaca for about 4 months. Before that, I had spent my whole life in shelters, which was very sad and scary for a tiny puppy! I was born in Alabama, landed in a shelter there, and then was transported at 4 months old to a no-kill shelter in Binghamton, NY. Whew! That was lucky! Then I got adopted by my current family and life started to get much better! I learned so much in the past 4-5 months! I got house-broken, learned how to walk on a leash, what kinds of furniture were ok to be on (couches) and what kinds weren’t (tables, haha!), and…

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Adoption Pending: Milo

Quick Facts: Breed: Black Labrador mix (Boxer?) Gender: Male, neutered Age: 1 year old Size: 60 pounds Good with… Dogs? Yes! Cats? Yes…if they don’t mind my fascination with them! Kids? 10+ Hello, my name is Milo and I love my people, my toys, and playing with other dogs! ***Milo is not a CDR dog and has not been evaluated by CDR. This is a courtesy posting for his foster family who will make all decisions about his adoptive placement.*** History An elder in the family went into nursing care with dementia and when I was transferred into a temporary foster care situation, they found that I had unfortunately been severely neglected due to the dementia of my owner. My ribcage was sticking out an awful lot, and I was very dehydrated. When they found me, I was eating grass to try to keep myself going. It was very sad,…

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Adoption Pending: Chloe

Quick Facts: Breed: Australian Shepherd Gender: Female, spayed Age: 2-5 year old Size: 65 -> 60 pounds Good with… Dogs? Sometimes! See below! Cats? No! Kids? No! Hello! My name is Chloe! I’m an incredibly sweet, affectionate, (but shy/scared) Aussie mix girl! History My former life was rough and scary and left me quite shy and nervous about new people, new places, and unexpected sounds. Before being rescued, I spent some months chained up to a barn and ignored by the people who were supposed to be my people, and where I was before that was also awful, but I try not to think about it. I am thankful every day that the Cornell vet students who came to the farm where I was chained out, offered to take me from those mean people. And I am thankful that those people didn’t want me, and were happy to hand me…

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