Interested in adopting a pet — or just looking at some cuddly canines up for adoption? There are dozens of great puppies up for adoption at animal shelters in and around Oklahoma City.
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 puppies 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.)
Elliot, hound mix
Elliot is a male hound puppy in the care of Forever Yours Dog Rescue.
Elliot is a social animal — he loves other dogs. He has been vaccinated. He's already house-trained.
Here's more about Elliot:
Elliot is an eight-month-old hound mix, who weighs 40 pounds, but will likely be 60 pounds when fully grown. He can be very shy when meeting new people. but warms up quickly. This pup loves to play outside and chase squirrels, but enjoys relaxing with a nap and cuddle. He also loves toys. Due to Elliot's shy nature, he will need another dog in the home to help him adjust and boost his confidence. He will also need a fenced yard with a six-foot stockade fence.
Read more about Elliot on Petfinder.
Weasley, pit bull terrier mix
Weasley is a sweet female pit bull terrier puppy currently housed at Country Roads Animal Rescue Society.
Weasley is happy to keep company with other dogs, cats and children. She's been vaccinated.
Here's more about Weasley:
This pup loves watching T.V. and giving kisses.
Read more about how to adopt Weasley on Petfinder.
Copper, hound mix
Copper is a male hound puppy currently residing at Forgotten Treasures Animal Rescue.
Copper loves other dogs. He's been vaccinated.
Here's more about Copper:
This pup is about five to six months old, and loves spending time with his people. He is showing great progress on house training. Copper also enjoys plenty of treats and toys. He will require a tall fence or a home with plenty of land.
Read more about how to adopt Copper on Petfinder.
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