Looking to adopt a pet? Here are 6 delightful doggies to adopt now in Louisville

Looking to adopt a pet? Here are 6 delightful doggies to adopt now in Louisville
Photos: Petfinder
By Hoodline - Published on September 13, 2019.

Start your day off right by browsing through lovable pups! There are dozens of dogs up for adoption right here in Louisville.

Hoodline partnered with Petfinder, an online adoption site that lists “more than 315,000 adoptable pets from nearly 14,000 animal shelters and rescue groups" to bring you this roundup of dogs near you.

(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.)

Blossom, pit bull terrier mix

Blossom is a female pit bull terrier mix being cared for at MisPits and Friends Rescue.

Blossom likes to socialize and she's happy in the company of other dogs. She is already house-trained. Blossom's vaccinations are up to date and she is spayed.

Read more about Blossom on Petfinder.

Roscoe, Brussels griffon and terrier mix

Roscoe is a lovable male Brussels griffon and terrier mix currently residing at Shamrock Pet Foundation Inc.

Roscoe is a social butterfly and he loves other dogs. He's mastered his house-training etiquette, already vaccinated and neutered.

From Roscoe's current caretaker:

Roscoe is two-years-old and 18 pounds.

Apply to adopt Roscoe today at Petfinder.

Chelsea, chihuahua

Chelsea is a charming female chihuahua dog staying at Chihuahua Rescue & Transport Inc.

Chelsea is a social butterfly, and she loves other dogs. She is already house-trained. Her vaccinations are already up to date, and she's spayed.

From Chelsea's current caretaker:

Chelsea is six and half-years-old tan chihuahua. She came to CRT in June from a breeder. She was surrendered with five other dog. Chelsea is a very shy girl and has been with the same foster for three months. She has not had much socialization and would not allow us to touch her for several weeks. Over the past 3 months, Chelsea has made tremendous improvement. 

Read more about Chelsea on Petfinder.

Carlos, Doberman pinscher

Carlos is a male Doberman pinscher dog staying at Bluegrass Doberman Rescue.

Carlos plays well with others,  and he'll get along great with other dogs. His vaccinations are up to date and he's neutered. Good news: He is already house-trained.

Notes from Carlos' caretakers:

Carlos is five-years- old who came to us from a backyard breeder who moved out and left the dogs behind. He is house trained and crate-trained. He’s doing well in his foster home and getting along with other dogs. He has not been around very small children. He is timid of most situations but does warm up quickly unless there is a lot of people in which he retreats to his safe place, his crate. Although he is not a fan of storms, he loves any attention from humans. 

Apply to adopt Carlos today at Petfinder.

Willie, hound mix

Willie is a sweet female hound mix being cared for at Shamrock Pet Foundation Inc.

Willie loves being around people, and children will love her. She's been vaccinated and spayed. Have no fear: She is already house-trained.

Notes from Willie's caretakers:

Willie is perfect for the simple household. Willie is a best fit for a one-dog household and not good with cats. She is calm, affectionate, house trained and never needs to be crated. She has been through training and knows her basic commands. She is also a great walker and enjoys watching movies.

Read more about Willie on Petfinder.

Betty, pit bull terrier

Betty is a female pit bull terrier dog staying at Saving Sunny, Inc.

She is already house-trained. She is spayed and she has had all her shots.

Here's what Betty's friends at Saving Sunny, Inc think of her:

Betty can't quite decide it she wants to fly around the yard doing zoomies or snuggle up tight to her human. She is sure, however, that she wants a family of her own. Betty is often over looked at JB Ogle Animal Shelter because of her enthusiasm to get out of her run. She is about three years old.

Read more about how to adopt Betty on Petfinder.

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