There have been some of our furry friends who have crossed over to the rainbow bridge from Mostly Mutts. Some were older dogs who were abandoned by their owners in their old age. Some were personal dogs. All were known & loved by the volunteers.
Abby was sweet, smart, and very active for her age. She was a loyal girl & never ran away. Volunteers affectionately called her the “Diva”.
Annabelle was a sweet girl who loved to have her belly rubbed. She always had a toy in her mouth especially her Kong.
Bacall was a dwarf who was born with deformed legs. She had a sweet disposition and loved attention.
This little lady is very friendly with people and other dogs. She has mammary cancer and does not have a good prognosis. You wouldn’t know anything is wrong with her as she still likes to be held and go for walks.
Blossom was not very socialized with people or other dogs when she came to us but is showing improvement. She is working on housebreaking and walking on a leash. Blossom has recently (March 2017) had some serious health issues so we will update as we know more. (passed 5/12/17)
Bob Barker is a sweet little old man who needs a quiet home so he can rest. He has an eye condition and needs eye drops on a daily basis. He does not hear very well. Does enjoy going for walks. Bob Barker was sponsored by Sandra Izer.
Bonnie came to Mostly Mutts with her friend Clyde who was adopted. We don’t know much about her history other than she was tied outside & used as a hunting dog
Bronson liked long walks and loved people. Bronson was sponsored by Victor and Karen Colangelo. “In Memory of Bronson”.
Buttons loved attention and his walks in the woods.
Buzz lived at MM for about a year before he was adopted in 2003. He was his mom’s canine soul mate and blessed his family with over 10 wonderful years before he crossed the rainbow bridge at the age of 16 in 2014.
Chico has a sweet disposition. He loves people and gets along with other dogs. He is housebroken and loves to go for car rides.
I had 16 wonderful months with Chiffon. I’m so glad I gave her a better life than before she came to the shelter. I will miss that beautiful face, beagel howl, and her tail wags of happiness waiting for treats. She’s in a better place and peaceful.
Clyde was a cute little guy who came to MM as a stray. He seemed quite ill when he came, so was immediately taken for medical care. He was diagnosed with severe heart issues, bladder stones, and end stage renal failure. After just a few days his condition worsened. He crossed the Rainbow Bridge with shelter owner Cheryl by his side.
This very shy boy only warmed-up to a few people. He and his siblings were found in a groundhog hole as puppies. He and his sister, Lucy, were very close. He enjoyed his walks off leash in the woods with Cheryl.
Duke had bone cancer but still enjoyed walks when he was feeling well.
This handsome boy was playful and boisterous. Elby was sponsored by Samantha Tamburro and Susan Yucha. “In Memory of Elby”.
Elda was very loving with people and enjoyed going for walks.
Emma was very shy and took extra time to trust people. She enjoyed walks in the woods and soft treats.
Girard was people friendly, loved attention, and got along with other dogs.
Granger was a big, handsome, older gentleman who was found as a stray. He was gentle and loyal.
Gus was found loaded with fleas & ticks on I-70 in North Carolina in the fall of 2007 by a neighbor of a Mostly Mutt foster mom. He loved squeaky toys and would give out a hound howl when he heard one.
Harry didn’t hear well and had problems with his back legs. He loved human companionship and was good with other dogs. Harry was sponsored by Susan Yucha and Samantha Tamburro. “In Memory of Harry”.
Hooch and his brother, Turner, came to Mostly Mutts starved and neglected. With a regular diet, they blossomed into handsome men. Hooch was jsut a big ol’ teddy bear who loved people and thrived on their attention.
Hootie was an extremely handsome boy with lots of personality. He was good with other dogs, loved people, & liked to go for walks.
Jack was found in the mountains with his friend Jill. Jack is a little more shy than Jill. He has a very sweet personality, likes long walks, and is housebroken. Jack was sponsored by Rose Scheib.
Java was a boxer/keeshond mix. He loved to play with his indestructible ball and enjoyed walks with his favorite volunteers.
Jessie was a cute little girl who was reserved till she got to know you. She enjoyed going for walks and car rides. Got along with other dogs and was housebroken.
Joe Boxer is a sweet older boy. He is deaf and his day consists of sleeping, eating and some barking. He does like to go for an occasional walk. Joe Boxer was sponsored by Dylan Quinlan.
KC is a cute little guy who has a severe heart murmur and is being treated with medication. He is not very people friendly, but does not mind other dogs. He walks well on a leash, loves going for car rides and is housebroken.
Kimmie was sponsored by Barb and Terry Shady. “In Memory of Kimmie”.
Kita was adopted in March of 2006 to a loving wonderful home. She had dental surgery on November 28 and was doing well. The family went to bed that night and when they woke up, Kita had died in her sleep surrounded by her loving family.
KT is a sweet old gal who came to MM with untreated ear problems. One ear is completely closed and both require daily drops. She does get along with other dogs, but prefers a quiet place to rest. KT was sponsored by Carole Hepner.
Lauren was shy and timid at first but, once she got to know you, she would display an abundance of affection. She lived with her son Vega.
Leo was very loving. He was blind but still got around well.
Manny was shy but friendly with his favorite volunteers. He enjoyed his walks in the woods.
Nadia is very sweet and would prefer a quiet home. She loves human companionship and does get along with other dogs. She likes to go for walks and is housebroken. Nadia was sponsored by Susan Yucca & Samantha Tamburro.
Neesha had a sweet disposition. Neesha walked on a leash and was housebroken. She was blind in one eye, but that did not stop her from getting around. Neesha was sponsored by Keith Lutz & Yvette Ney, and Pat Barnes. “In Memory of Neesha”.
Nietzsche loved kids and adults and loved to go for walks.
This cute little guy was used as a breeder dog. He rested comfortably in Cheryl’s house. He didn’t see very well and slept a lot. Norton was sponsored by Karen, Honey, Tommy, and Bucky Blackway. “In Memory of Norton”.
Oreo is a sweet little guy who enjoys being held. He has a seizure disorder which is controlled with medication. Oreo gets along with other dogs, is housebroken and walks well on a leash.
Phoenix enjoys spending time in the play yard. He doesn’t mind being close to the other dogs, loves walks in the woods, and is housebroken. Phoenix was sponsored by Joe and Marian Deitrick, Keith Lutz and Yvette Ney.
This beautiful girl was a bit shy but, once you won her trust, she was a real sweetheart. She enjoyed attention and was good with other dogs. She loved to play fetch with squeaky balls. Princess’s health had been deteriorating and she had been diagnosed with cancer.
Ryley is a good dog with people but he does not care for other dogs. He enjoys going for car rides, walks well on a leash, and is housebroken. He has allergies which are controlled with medication. He has had other health issues lately requiring surgery.
Scooby was a big, beautiful, majestic boy who lived most of his life at the shelter. He had a few favorite people that he enjoyed walking with.
This handsome boy had a very mellow personality. Sharpie loved long walks and was good with other dogs.
Sport was very active for his age. He loved walks, liked people, and got along with other dogs.
Taffy, along with her sister Tammy, were rescued from a shut-down puppy mill. She was very shy until she got to know you. She loved treats and running around the play yard.