Paws & Claws Adoption Center

Adoption Fees:
     Spayed/neutered & rabies vaccinated - $150
     Intact $75 + $40 spay/neuter deposit.

All dogs have been examined by our Veterinarian, vaccinated against Rabies (if old enough), Kennel Cough, Distemper and Parvo, dewormed and treated for fleas. Dogs over 6 months of age have also been tested for Heartworms and most are spayed or neutered.
Adoption fee also includes micro-chip with lifetime registration.
We recommend that you bring your pet from home to meet any new dog you are thinking of adopting.
Have questions about any of our dogs?  email us at
A Life Without A Dog Is A Mistake... Carl Zuckmayer
Updated 5/17/2016
We have 6 dogs
available for adoption
Click here to download the adoption application.
Breeds A-D
Breeds D-P
Breeds P-Z

Bobby - Neutered Male
In on 3/4/16
Pit mix
Approximately 1 yr old
Weight: 54 pounds
Friendly and outgoing personality.
Buckshot - Neutered Male
In on 4/6/16
General - Neutered Male
In on 4/8/16
Calvin - Neutered Male
In on 4/15/16
Lizzy - Spayed Female
In on 4/21/16
Amy - Female
In on 4/27/16
Approximately 5 years old
Weight: 74# pounds
Lighter colored than most huskies, she is friendly, outgoing and always has a happy smile.
Approximately 1-2 years old
Weight: 53 pounds
Typical of the breed, this dog is energetic and friendly, however he is a little reserved with new people. These dogs tend to be escape artists, so if you are interested in him, you will need to have a good, high fence.
We do not recommend this dog to families with young children.
Labrador mix
Approximately 5+ years old
Weight: 64 pounds
Good family dog. Barks some, but not a lot, so may also be a good watchdog. He is older, but in good health.
Large mixed breed
Approximately 6+ years old
Weight: 72 pounds
If you can not resist big, brown, sad looking eyes, then don't even look at this dog. His eyes will melt your heart.
When he came in his hind legs had been skinned up and were puffy with fluid. They look much better now, but he is still missing some hair. He if friendly, quiet, well mannered. Please give this old guy a chance.
Approximately 1 year old
Weight: 53 pounds
This picture does not do Lizzy justice, she is a beautiful, chocolate lab with a glossy coat.
At just about one year old, she should be easy to train. Lizzy loves everyone, but because she is young and still likes to jump sometimes, we would not recommend her for a family with small children.