Finding Forever Homes for Homeless Pets
Another adoption announcement! Lazarus has found a forever home! Congratulations and enjoy your happily-ever-after!
More good news! Mia, the one year old Catahoula/Australian Cattle Dog mix, has been adopted! Congratulations Mia!
Lily, the sweetest little Pit Bull puppy who was rescued by a wonderful young man who recognized she wasn’t getting the care she needed, has officially been adopted and living a wonderful life! Congratulations and thank you for choosing to adopt!
Bailey has officially been adopted! She now has a new canine sibling and 4 kids of varying ages to play with and call her own. We couldn’t be happier for you Bailey and family! Congratulations!
Jack the German Shepherd and Hound mix has officially been adopted! Congratulations handsome boy! ❤️
It’s official! Willow has been adopted and is one happy puppy! Congratulations! ❤️
Chase, the Pit Bull Terrier and Mastiff mix, has been adopted! Congratulations Chase and family! ❤️
This guy had waited quite awhile for his day to come. He couldn’t find the perfect match for a forever home but he didn’t give up and neither did we. But today, we are happy to announce ...that Dozer is officially adopted!
Congratulations handsome boy! Enjoy all of the love you are given each day.
Great news! Lola has officially been adopted!! Congratulations pretty girl!
Meet Gambit! He is an adorable 12 week old, 10 pound Pit Bull Terrier mix puppy who is the strong, silent type. The softness in his eyes mirror the softer side of his soul. Gambit enjoys being close to humans when he isn't exploring. He is a quiet little guy who will wait patiently for his cuddles. He is very treat and food motivated and will be easy to train. Gambit is current on is puppy vaccinations and will be neutered in the near future. Not recommended for a home with children under 7 years old and adopters must be committed to potty training and obedience training.
How cute is this little girl? This is Tawny! She is a 12 week old, 10 pound Pit Bull Terrier mix puppy who is spirited and loving. She enjoys her toys and naps in front of the heater vent. Tawny is very treat and food motivated who will be easy to train. She's doing a great job with her potty and crate training skills! She enjoys cuddle time as much as she does play time. She can be a bit shy at times, but don't let those baby blue eyes fool you. She will have you wrapped around her little paws in no time with her spunk and sassiness. Tawny is current on her puppy vaccinations and will be spayed in the near future. Not recommended for a home with children under 5 years old.
Coco has officially been adopted! After taking such good care of her for several months, her foster dad made the decision to make her a permanent part of the family. We couldn’t be happier for them! Coco is pictured here with her forever dad Steven and sibling Hestor. Thank you Steven for adopting twice from Second Chance For Pets!
Bear was recently adopted from Second Chance For Pets and his forever mom had some wonderful things to say about his adoption. “Bear is doing great and loving life! He’s figured out how to play with toys, that treats are a good thing, and wrestling with his new sister is fun! He’s also met several new people this weekend and done really well socializing with people. He’s such a happy guy!….Thank you for putting me in touch with his foster mom so we could meet him. He’s truly a perfect fit for us!” Congratulations Bear and family and thank you for choosing to adopt!
Meet Tippy! He is a Chihuahua mix, thought to be between 10-13 years old and weighs 12 pounds. He is such a good boy simply wanting a human to call his own. He is up-to-date on his vaccinations and scheduled to be neutered. As a senior, Tippy is low energy, loves people and prefers snuggling deep in the covers on a comfy couch or bed at nighttime. He is good with the dogs in his foster home, looks forward to his food, tasty treats and snuggles. We haven't had him around cats so we are unsure of his behavior around them. Tippy is fully potty-trained, letting you know when he needs to go out by whining or barking.
This curious little boy is Ed. He is a beautiful rust and orange tabby with more swirls than stripes! Ed is also part of the Fab 5 litter that we received at just two weeks old. Ed and his siblings are now 9 weeks old, doing great and ready for their new homes. He is a unique and handsome boy who is litter-trained, has had his first round of shots and does fine with other cats and dogs.