These Plano-based canines are up for adoption and in need of good homes

Looking to add a new companion to the family? There are heaps of delightful dogs up for adoption at animal shelters in and around Plano, 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.)

Marley, Lhasa Apso

Marley is a handsome male Lhasa Apso dog currently housed at Tzu Zoo Rescue.

Marley likes to socialize, and he's happy to keep company with other dogs. Have no fear: He's already house-trained, leash-trained, neutered and he has had all his shots.

More on Marley:

Marley is seven years old and weighs a solid 30 pounds. He is a lovable teddy bear that enjoys cuddling and being petted. Marley is a sweet boy who just needs a lazy place to call home.

Apply to adopt Marley today at Petfinder.

BeBe, chihuahua

Bebe is a cheeky female chihuahua dog currently residing at Chihuahua Rescue & Transport, Inc.

BeBe loves to socialize — she's happy to keep company with other dogs, and is fine around older kids. Bebe already is spayed, house-trained and vaccinated.

A bit more on BeBe:

Meet adorable BeBe. This little girl’s ears are almost as big as she is. She is a fun, loving young chihuahua that wants to spend forever with you! When she gets excited, she runs like a young deer, leaping around the house. And when she tilts her head and looks at you, you cannot help but fall in love!

Read more about how to adopt BeBe on Petfinder.

Diego, chihuahua mix

Diego is an endearing male chihuahua mix staying at Tails from the Heart Rescue.

Diego plays well with others — he'll gets along great with other dogs and children. Fear not: He is already house-trained, vaccinated and neutered.

Read more about how to adopt Diego on Petfinder.

Max, German shepherd

Max is a winsome male German shepherd dog being kept at Emma's Wish Senior Dog Rescue.

Max is a social butterfly — he gets along swimmingly with kids, cats or dogs. Rest assured: Max is already neutered and house-trained. Plus, he has had all his shots.

Here's what Max has to say for himself:

Hi there, I'm Max! I am one adorable, goofy, playful, loving boy! I love water — crazy for a German shepherd, right? I love to play fetch, and if no one can play with me, I bounce the ball around for myself.

Read more about how to adopt Max on Petfinder.

Beret, German shepherd

Beret is an adorable female German shepherd dog currently housed at Good Shepherd Rescue & Sanctuary of Texas.

Beret enjoys socializing with other dogs, and doesn't mind kids. No need to worry: She is already house-trained, leash-trained, microchipped, spayed and vaccinated.

Beret's current caretakers say:

Beret is a delightful, intelligent, well-mannered girl who integrated instantly into her foster pack. She loves to chase the ball and take power naps!

Apply to adopt Beret today at Petfinder.

Blue, chihuahua and dachshund mix

Blue is a charming male chihuahua and dachshund mix currently housed at Against All Odds - All Breed Rescue.

Blue loves to spend time with other dogs, and would love a forever home with another dog to play with. He'd prefer to be placed in a household without small children. He has already mastered his house-training etiquette, and is leash-trained. He's been vaccinated and neutered, too.

About Blue:

Blue is two years old and very sweet, but shy. Once he gets to know you, he likes to cuddle. He is definitely a lap dog. 

Read more about how to adopt Blue on Petfinder.

Chuy, Shih Tzu

Chuy is a lovable male Shih Tzu dog being cared for at Tzu Zoo Rescue.

Chuy gets along great with other dogs and kids. He's already house-trained, vaccinated and neutered.

Here's what Chuy's friends at Tzu Zoo Rescue have to say about him:

Chuy is about three or four years old, and weighs 15 pounds. 

Read more about how to adopt Chuy on Petfinder.

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