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7 lovable pups to adopt now in Cleveland

7 lovable pups to adopt now in Cleveland
Photos: Petfinder
By Hoodline - Published on April 10, 2020.

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

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.)


Milo, terrier and pit bull terrier mix

Milo is a lovable male terrier and pit bull terrier mix being cared for at Cleveland Animal Care and Control.

Milo is neutered and vaccinated. No need to worry: he is already house-trained.

Here's what Milo's friends at Cleveland Animal Care and Control think of him:

Read more about Milo on Petfinder.

Draco, boxer and pit bull terrier mix

Draco is a male boxer and pit bull terrier mix staying at Mutts in a Rut Rescue, Inc.

Draco loves other dogs. He's mastered his house-training etiquette. Draco is already neutered and he has had all his shots.

Here's what Draco's friends at Mutts in a Rut Rescue, Inc. think of him:

Draco is microchipped and requires a fenced-in yard. He must lives within 30 miles of Cleveland. 

Read more about how to adopt Draco on Petfinder.

Trucker, treeing walker coonhound and coonhound mix

Trucker is a charming male treeing walker coonhound and coonhound mix being kept at Mutts in a Rut Rescue, Inc.

Trucker gets along well with other dogs. His vaccinations are already up to date and he's neutered. No need to worry: he's already house-trained.

Trucker's current caretakers say:

Trucker came to us from a shelter in southern Ohio. He had been neglected and living outside suffering from horrible allergies and and eye infections. With some vet care, Trucker is doing awesome! He is loving living inside a home, good with other dogs and often goes to doggy daycare. Trucker is housebroken and crate-trained. He will need eye meds long term and possibly allergy meds as well. 

Read more about how to adopt Trucker on Petfinder.

Garth, treeing walker coonhound mix

Garth is a handsome male treeing walker coonhound mix currently residing at Mutts in a Rut Rescue, Inc.

Garth is happy to keep company with other dogs. He is already house-trained. Garth is neutered and vaccinated.

Notes from Garth's caretakers:

Garth came to us after he sat in shelter for nine months because he had heartworm and needed a rescue to help him. We couldn’t pass up that adorable hound face any longer! Garth has been treated for heartworm and shouldn’t have any lasting effects from it. He’s currently in a foster home learning what the good life is all about. Garth is working on his house crate training. 

Read more about Garth on Petfinder.

Blue, terrier and pit bull terrier mix

Blue is a female terrier and pit bull terrier mix currently residing at Cleveland Animal Care and Control.

She's already house-trained. She has had all of her shots, and she is spayed.

Here's what Blue's friends at Cleveland Animal Care and Control think of her:

Blue is a most velvety gray sweet girl. She isn’t the clingy type who needs to be touching you every minute and have her paws all over you. Blue can come off as a bit shy or timid, but she has a very independent nature about her. But wait a few minutes and she will show you her soft, gentle side by wiggling over and leaning in for some scratches around the ears. Blue is a trooper as it was discovered that she has a torn ACL. She is looking for a home that can help her get through this surgery. 

Apply to adopt Blue today at Petfinder.

Hope, terrier mix

Hope is a charming female terrier mix being cared for at For the Love of Pits.

Hope is a social butterfly and she loves cats and dogs. She's spayed and has had all her shots. No need to worry: she's already house-trained.

From Hope's current caretaker:

Hope's only desire is to be a part of a family where the people reciprocate the love and commitment she has for them. Hope is up for anything. If you want to cuddle all day on the sofa, Hope will be the first under the covers. If you want to go for a long hike, Hope will be sitting quietly by the door waiting for you to leash her. As long as she's with her people, she's happy. Think of your worst day at work and entering your home to a wagging tail, smiling face and kisses. This is how Hope greets her foster Dad. From the time you arrive home. If you want her attention, she'll be there; if you need to get things done, Hope can entertain herself with her toys. You may find her quietly watching you with her sweet, longing eyes, pulling you in and softly communicating how thankful she is to be in your life. Hope has a variety of toys, including Nylabones, rope bones, food dispensing toys and balls. She enjoys playing fetch in the yard when the weather is nice. Hope loves having her ears, head, and back scratched and her facial expressions are sure to keep you laughing! Hope is also a quick learner and is ready to show off her skills.

Read more about how to adopt Hope on Petfinder.

Scooby, pit bull terrier mix

Scooby is a male pit bull terrier mix being cared for at Mutts in a Rut Rescue, Inc.

Scooby is friendly as can be — he's happy to keep company with other dogs. His vaccinations are up to date, and he's neutered.

Here's what Scooby's friends at Mutts in a Rut Rescue, Inc. think of him:

Scooby came to us as a very emaciated sick boy. After being hospitalized and getting lots of TLC, Scooby is ready to find his forever-home. Scooby does well with other dogs. He is about four-years old. 

Read more about Scooby on Petfinder.

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