The Mostly Mutts 9th Annual Golf Tournament is coming up on May 23rd at the Susquehanna Valley Country Club in Hummel’s Wharf,…
The upcoming meetings for Mostly Mutts will be held at the Educators Inc building on the Old Trail. They will…
On July 31st 2018, Purina will no longer be using weight circles. If you are collecting them please send them…
Join us for our annual Woof and Wine event at Spyglass! This Fundraiser takes place on Saturday, April 21st, at Spyglass Ridge Winery from 6:00pm – 10:00pm. Music by Folk Justice Band, wine tasting, raffles and more. Only a $25 donation per person. For tickets, contact: Donna Simmons at 717-694-0069 or email: [email protected] Terry Gross at 717-694-3166 or email : [email protected]
Bagel is an exceptionally friendly girl. She loves people and also likes to play with the other dogs. She is housebroken and walks well on a leash.
Rubi is a cute little lady who likes to play. She loves human attention and likes to sleep in bed. Rubi is good with other dogs, walks well on a leash and is housebroken.
Romper is a very active young lady who loves to play. Her favorite activity is playing with toys. She loves to be with people and is good with most other dogs. Romper is food motivated, so that will make her easy to train. Will need some work with walking on a leash. She is housebroken, but will do best with a set schedule.
Madra is a friendly little guy. He gets along with most other dogs but can be pushy for food and attention. He is housebroken, likes to play with toys, and walks well on a leash.
Chickie is a cute and energetic young lady. She is shy at first, especially with men, but only takes a short time till she warms up to people. She walks well on a leash, is crate trained, is good with other dogs, and likes car rides. Will need some work on housebreaking.
Coaster is a very energetic young man. He is very people friendly, but may need more socialization with other dogs. He seems ok with the cats that are on the shelter property. Coaster is housebroken and walks well on a leash. Would recommend some basic obedience training.