Meet Ruby! She is a nine month old Weimaraner.  She was brought into the program at two months and was fostered by our lead canine trainer.  Her other three sisters were fostered out by other families.  You could say she was a little spoiled being the only puppy at the facility at the time! All the volunteers instantly fell in love with her.  Ruby grew up playing with all the big dogs but Boscoe is her favorite playmate.  Since the day she came in Boscoe took Ruby in and treated her like his baby.  Even though she is much bigger now, Boscoe still plays as gentle with her as he did when she was two months!  

Ruby has done very well in her training thus far! She is a quick learner and is always looking to please.  Ruby is very treat motivated which is always a plus when it comes to their training. Ruby is the more shy one out of her three sisters.  She needs a little confidence building when it comes to going out in public.  Loud noises and shopping carts are her biggest obstacles at the moment. We are very confident she will overcome her fears and become a wonderful service dog for someone soon! 

Our Other Dogs

Apache is a 16 month old male Red Heeler/Cattle Dog mix. He was adopted from Bradford County Animal Control as a young puppy.

Astro is a 2 year old male chocolate lab.  He was picked up by Animal Control as a stray and was found at the Jacksonville Adoptathon.

Breed: Retriever/Shepherd Mix 

Age:  1 year 

Shelter: Adopted from the Saline Animal League 

Hi my name is Batman!  I am a eleven month old Retriever Mix.  I was unfortunately brought to the shelter as an owner surrender but that's okay because I am getting an awesome new home!

Bosco is a one year old Boxer/Rhodesian Ridgeback mix.  We do have any information about Bosco’s background before he was brought to the shelter.

Shelter: Adopted from Great Plains SPCA 

Age: 1 year 3 months

Breed: American Bull Dog Mix 

Buddy is a 2 year old male great dane/lab mix. He was donated by a family in Atlanta that had rescued him from the humane society and couldn't handle is strength and energy.

Camo was picked up as a stray by Clay County Animal Control. Their best guess was that he had been on the street his whole life. Camo's journey from animal control to us was purely fate.