Sunny is August Dog of the Month

Adopt dog Sunny

Adopt dog Sunny

Adopt dog Sunny

Adopt dog Sunny
Sunny’s Info…
I am already spayed, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.

Sunny’s Story…
To adopt click the
No Obligation Adoption Form

Hi, my name is Sunny and I’m a loving little clown! I’m a Ibizan hound mix girl, white with tan markings. I’m about 16 months old and 35 lb. I was born in March 2015, but things went badly wrong when my family had a new baby. They put me in a bare kennel with no bedding. With hardly any potty breaks or exercise, I was repeatedly whipped for peeing! What was I supposed to do? The metal tray I lived on was rusted out and I had urine burns on my legs when I was rescued.

I was so lonely and sad, but I was lucky because a kind person posted about my situation on Facebook, and Foster Mom came and got me right away. She has lots of other fosters, so I’ve had a chance to show how friendly I am with other dogs, cats, and kids! I like to play, and you’ll laugh with joy to see me hopping around like a kangaroo, coaxing other dogs to join in!

I’m house and kennel trained, and I’ll be a wonderful pet and playmate for a family with kids, or a couple or single with other dogs I can hang out with. You’ll need a fenced yard because I’m very active, but you won’t have to worry about barking – I’m a quiet girl.

My old life was sad and painful, but a new day has dawned. When you take me into your home and into your heart, happy days will be here to stay!

Thank you for considering adopting a new family member. All of our adoptable dogs live in foster homes. Fostering helps a rescued dog become more adoptable and find a loving, permanent home. Fostering gets the dogs used to being loved in a home environment.

** Memphis area adoption fee is $175.

** Out of State adoption fee is $250 Several New England states require the dog to be quarantined 48 hours before pickup. The adopter pays the quarantine fee.

Your Adoption Fee Includes:

All Necessary Vaccinations
Spay or Neuter
First Month’s Heartworm
First Month’s Flea and Tick Prevention
Five Days of Food for Transition from Foster to Your Home
Known Medical Issues are Usually Resolved Before Adoption; Any Other Issues are Always Disclosed
Health Certificate Insures Dog Does Not Have a Contagious Disease or Internal Parasites

To adopt click the
No Obligation Adoption Form