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7 delightful doggies to adopt now in Wichita

Interested in adopting a pet — or just gazing at some lovable pups up for adoption? There are dozens of endearing dogs up for adoption at animal shelters in and around Wichita.

Animal shelters and pet rescue groups work hard to care for unhoused pets and connect them to loving homes. Hoodline used data from Petfinder to power this roundup of dogs currently available for adoption.

(Details like pet availability, training, vaccinations and other features are based on data provided by Petfinder and may be subject to change; contact the shelter for the latest information.)


Joker, pit bull terrier

Joker is a male pit bull terrier dog currently housed at Beauties and Beasts Rescue.

Joker will get along great with your other dogs. He is looking for cat-free home. Joker is already neutered, vaccinated and has mastered his house-training etiquette.

Joker's current caretakers say:

Joker is a sweet boy who loves to get hugs. He is a big goofball, really good at snuggling and does good in the car.

Read more about how to adopt Joker on Petfinder.

Jackie, pit bull terrier mix

Jackie is a female pit bull terrier mix currently housed at Beauties and Beasts Rescue.

Jackie loves being around people, including children. No other pets please: She is looking for a home without other dogs or cats. Jackie is spayed and vaccinated, and has mastered her house-training etiquette.

Here's what Jackie's friends at Beauties and Beasts Rescue think of her:

Jackie was recently diagnosed with ventricular premature contractions and needs to be in a hospice foster. 

Apply to adopt Jackie today at Petfinder.

George, Doberman pinscher mix

George is a male Doberman pinscher mix in the care of Beauties and Beasts Rescue.

George is friendly as can be and he'll get along great with your kids, cats or dogs. He's already house-trained, neutered, and has all his shots.

Here's what George's friends at Beauties and Beasts Rescue think of him:

George has much more energy and playfulness after surgery. He can be fearful and is working on occasional anxiety nipping. 

Read more about George on Petfinder.

Chibbs, shepherd and Labrador retriever mix

Chibbs is a darling male shepherd and Labrador retriever mix staying at Beauties and Beasts Rescue.

Chibbs is happy to keep company with other dogs. He is neutered, has all his shots and is house-trained.

From Chibbs' current caretaker:

Chibbs is a handsome, smart and all around happy guy. He is young and trainable and he gets super pumped when it is time for treats or pets. 

Apply to adopt Chibbs today at Petfinder.

Pillsbury, pit bull terrier mix

Pillsbury is a male pit bull terrier mix currently housed at Beauties and Beasts Rescue.

He's already house-trained. Pillsbury is neutered and vaccinated.

Notes from Pillsbury's caretakers:

Pillsbury is extremely affectionate and walks really good on the leash.

Read more about Pillsbury on Petfinder.

Cocco, pit bull terrier mix

Cocco is a sweet female pit bull terrier mix being kept at Beauties and Beasts Rescue.

Cocco plays well with others, and she'll get along great with other dogs, cats and children. Cocco is already spayed and vaccinated. Fear not: She's already house-trained.

From Cocco's current caretaker:

Coco is a sweet old gal who still has the spunk of a puppy. She loves to snuggle, chew on her toys and roll around in the grass when you take her outside. 

Read more about how to adopt Cocco on Petfinder.

Buffy, cattle dog and Australian shepherd mix

Buffy is a female cattle dog and Australian shepherd mix staying at Beauties and Beasts Rescue.

Buffy loves to socialize and she'll get along great with other dogs and cats. She's already house-trained, spayed and vaccinated.

Notes from Buffy's caretakers:

Buffy is a cuddler who needs her people and shows her love with lots of doggy kisses. She is very sweet and would do great in a home where there’s someone to keep her company most of the time.

Apply to adopt Buffy today at Petfinder.


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