These dogs are posted as a courtesy to their owners or rescues. They are not Carolina Hearts dogs. Please contact the individual or rescue listed in each dog’s information in order to inquire about adopting – CHAR will not be able to assist in this process.
Keeley is Irish for beautiful and that’s exactly what this girl is!!! Keeley is deaf and almost completely blind, we believe she may be able to see shadows out of her left eye but we are not entirely sure. But don’t pity her or think she won’t make an amazing additon to your family, this girl is amazing! After being in her foster home for under 24 hours, she figured out how to climb over a baby gate, navigate a doggie door and 8 steps up and down like a champ, nothing slows this girl down! She does awesome with other dogs, is housebroken and is a total love. She would love a very own home of her own and would do best with a fenced yard and another dog to keep her company, she loves to play! Younger children and deaf dogs are not always the best mix although she has an amazing temperament, she would so best with older kids or in a home with adults only.
For more information on how to adopt Keeley, view her profile with Pawfect Match Rescue.
Echo is a super high energy girl that would love to have a family of her own! She is a special needs dog as she was born deaf due to the ‘fabulous’ breeding practices to obtain her pretty coloring. But don’t let that stop you from looking at this girl, she doesn’t know she’s deaf! We are working on her with hand signals and she does amazing with other dogs, she lives with a houseful and goes to doggie day camp on a regular basis. She would do best in an adult only home with a fenced yard and would love another 4 legged companion that can keep up with her.
For more information on how to adopt Echo, view her profile with Pawfect Match Rescue.
Meet Sugar she is an older 12 year old Australian Shepard. She will make a great companion as she is laid back, although loves short walks. Don’t let her age stop you from getting this lovable girl. You can tell she was well loved by her previous owner who unfortunately lost her home and couldn’t take care of Sugar anymore. Although she is a very happy girl who will greet you with excited barks once she sees its you. Sugar obviously had a doggie door in her old home since she knew how to use it without being shown. While she could stand to lose a little weight she has been chasing her foster dog family around the yard so should start slimming down. Her nickname is Princess since she lays down to eat and likes to have her sweet potato treats broken up into small pieces. Sugar is looking for a home where she is either the only dog or the only female dog. She doesn’t need that much activity but does still like to room around a bit. She likes to lay right next to you and have you love on her. It might be best for Sugar to go to a home with male dogs and with a fence – no invisible fencing and no apartments.