Penelope – Rescue for Adoption

Name: Penelope

Breed: American Bulldog

Age: approximately 2 years

UPDATE (March 2017):

Penelope is still at WagsInn and is desperately wishing to find her forever home. She loves her friends at Wags, but she would like her very own family to love. She loves people and kids, but needs to be in a one animal home. She was on her death bed when we found her, and is now fully recovered from heartworm and doing very well. She will receive your affection and will give lots back in return.


(Originally posted: May 2016) Penelope was found as a stray late winter starving and neglected, and was diagnosed with a severe case of heartworm. Fortunately, Penelope is responding well to treatment and was cared for by one of our wonderful foster families during the 10-day waiting period.

She is now at WagsInn patiently waiting for her new family. She is a sweet girl who loves to go on walks and lounge on the couch. Penelope will officially be available for adoption in a few months after she is completely cured from heartworm. It’s a long recovery process.

Come meet this big love bug to see if she could be your perfect match! Download the adoption application.


Max – Rescue for Adoption

Name: Maxdeanna_max

Breed: Mastiff

March 2017 /Age: 2-3 years old

First of all, Max doesn’t realize how big he is and thinks he’s a cuddly lap dog. When Max arrived he immediately went to the vet where they removed a gallbladder stone as big as a hockey puck. He was also diagnosed with heartworm. Max has completed his heartworm treatment. He does have some signs of hip dysplasia which is being managed.   Max is on a special diet which he will need to continue  for the rest of his life. He would love someone who is familiar with his breed and wants a couch potato who enjoys going on  few walks a day. We know he comes with baggage but just take a look at that face!!

Eddie – Rescue for Adoption

Name: Eddieeddie

Age: 2-3 years

Breed: Shepherd/hound blend

Eddie Munster was rescued from a shelter in Kentucky with his BFF Xander. He was found as a stray living in an abandon truck. He has lots of energy and loves to play with Xander, but he can also be a couch potato. Eddie is very independent, but when he receives one-on-one time he gets very loving and cuddly.

UPDATE: Eddie has completed his treatment for heartworm. He spends a lot of time in our office greeting people. He loves to be on your lap and has to be one of the most affectionate dogs. You will be getting a prize with Eddie!!