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Looking to adopt a pet? Here are 7 delightful doggies to adopt now in Tulsa

Looking to add a new companion to the family? There are dozens of delightful doggies up for adoption at animal shelters in and around Tulsa, so you won't have to look far to find the perfect new pal.

Hoodline used data from Petfinder to power this roundup of dogs available for adoption near you. Read on to meet some friendly, furry locals.

(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.)


Rosie, cattle dog and border collie mix

Rosie is a sweet female cattle dog and border collie mix being cared for at the Rescued 'n Ready Animal Foundation.

Rosie needs special time to bond with you: She'll need a home free of other dogs and cats. She does do well with kids. She has mastered her house-training etiquette. Rosie is spayed, and she has had all her shots.

Notes from Rosie's caretakers:

She is a funny goofball and is very lovable. Rosie has a sweet temperament and enjoys snuggling and giving hugs. Rosie walks great on a leash and loves to play fetch.

Read more about how to adopt Rosie on Petfinder.

Shylah, pit bull terrier mix

Shylah is a female pit bull terrier mix being kept at the Bixby Animal Rescue Network.

Shylah plays well with others — she's happy to keep company with other dogs. Shylah is already spayed, and she has had all her shots. She's already house-trained.

Shylah's current caretakers say:

She is very sweet and loves to play, but is shy at first – that's how she got the name. 

Apply to adopt Shylah today at Petfinder.

Motley, cocker spaniel

Motley is an adorable male cocker spaniel dog being cared for at the Rescued 'n Ready Animal Foundation.

Motley loves other dogs. His ideal forever home would be a cat-free environment. Motley would prefer a home without small children. He is already house-trained. Motley is already neutered and vaccinated.

From Motley's current caretaker:

He is a doll and an Olympic-level snuggler. Motley has a cute and fun personality and loves to play tug and fetch. With lots of of energy, he loves to have walks every day and knows some basic cues such as sit, down, wait, touch go to your spot and kennel up. Motley will require routine, professional grooming.

Read more about Motley on Petfinder.

Boomer, Labrador retriever mix

Boomer is a sweet male Labrador retriever mix in the care of the Rescued 'n Ready Animal Foundation.

Boomer is a social butterfly, and he gets along well with children, dogs or cats. He is already house-trained. He is neutered, and he has had all his shots.

Boomer's current caretakers say:

He is loving, calm, friendly and sweet.

Read more about Boomer on Petfinder.

Stella, pit bull terrier

Stella is a winsome female pit bull terrier dog staying at the Route 66 Pet Rescue.

Stella is happy to keep company with other dogs. She's mastered her house-training etiquette. Stella is already spayed and vaccinated.

Notes from Stella's caretakers:

She is super sweet, loving and mellow. Stella just wants to snuggle and be loved and is a great dog. Archie is a black pit mix, who has bonded with Stella, and we are requiring them to be adopted together. They adore each other.

Read more about how to adopt Stella on Petfinder.

Steffi, schipperke and terrier mix

Steffi is a charming female schipperke and terrier mix in the care of the Animal Rescue Foundation.

She has had all of her shots, and she's spayed.

Read more about how to adopt Steffi on Petfinder.

Nova, Staffordshire bull terrier mix

Nova is a female Staffordshire bull terrier mix staying at the Route 66 Pet Rescue.

Nova will get along great with other dogs. Nova is spayed, and she has had all her shots.

Nova's current caretakers say:

She loves attention and is sweet as can be. 

Read more about Nova on Petfinder.


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