HSCI always has a variety of dogs looking for their forever home: big, small, mixed breed, purebred. Our pets are vetted and handled regularly by staff and volunteers so they are healthy and socialized!
We update this page often as new dogs come in and others go home. Not all available dogs are included on our website so we encourage you to visit the Pet Adoption Center in person! Adoption application process details are included on our Adoption Information page. To see photos of pets that have found new homes, visit the Galleries of Adopted Pets.
If you are unable to adopt any pets at this time, consider helping a pet with a Pet Sponsorship. To those supporters who have sponsored one or more pets, Thank You!
~ Tommy ~
Tommy is a two year-old black lab mix with a grin meant for the movies! This rambunctious charmer can start off seeming like any average canine civilian, but don't let his mild-mannered alter-ego fool you - get this boy playing and he's a rough n' tumble goof who won't quit. Tommy would do best in a home with active people and residents fifteen years or older that can keep up with his love-hard-play-hard style, so if that sounds like you come pay Tommy a visit!
~ Rowe ~
Found his Home for the Holidays!
Rowe is a two year old Border Collie mix who loves to go running in the pens outside and loves to play with people. He knows sit so far, and is on his manners. Rowe will do best with adults and teens, and one that is free of felines.
~ Fenton ~
Fenton is a one-year old handsome hound boy that loves to tell you about his day almost as much as he does playing with his tennis ball. He's an eager to please lad who would be happiest in a house where he's the only furry friend or with animals about the same size as him and family members fifteen years or older! Fenton loves attention too, and can't wait to be in a home where he'll get all the love and playtime he needs year-round.
~ Beth ~
Beth is a very affectionate eight-month old lovergirl with a penchant for soft toys and gentle playtime. She can be a bit nervous at times and still needs basic training so she can learn all the manners important for a girl her age, but above all Beth's a lovely lady who would do best in a home with family members at least ten years or older!