Adoption Fee: Adult Rate

Vulcan is a Purebred registered Alaskan Husky, he isa 1 year old, neutered male. Vulcan is a very typical husky, loads of energy, personality and just a little stubborn. Like most Huskies he talks and howls and when he wants to play he does mouth at you. He is learning not to jump up but still a work in progress. He is active, loves to play with toys and other dogs. He would do best with an experienced husky owner. He is not good with cats.

To apply to meet or adopt these dogs please fill out our online adoption application. If you have questions about this dog please contact us.
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Bruiser is a 5 year old, purebred boxer. He is neutered, good with other dogs and kids but not cats. He came a surrender and has lived in a home before.



Jasper is a 7 year old, neutered male, purebred Bassett Hound, and Molly is a 5 year old, spayed female, Basset Hound mix. Both dogs love people and are really good with kids and other animals. They currently live with a 16 month old but are being surrendered due to a divorce. They love to go on walks and off leash parks about 3-4 times a week. Both are in good health, well balanced and easy going dogs.



Keasha has arrived at Misty Creek recently and is looking for a forever homes! Keasha is a 1.5 year old Purebred Rottweiler.
Extremely affectionate and aims to please any and all humans. She has spent a lot of time cooped up in kennels over the last year and arrived here through no fault of her own, due to the owner needing to move. She is so excited so be venturing out and exploring the world.
Keasha just loves to play and be where the party is at! So get ready to have all hands on deck with the pets and cuddles!
She knows  basic commands and is completely crate trained.


Kingston – Adopted into a forever home

Kingston, a 8 year old purebred Portuguese Pointer. With a name that means “A Kings Town” you would think this smooth light brown coated puppy would want to be treated like a king, but he has no expectations, just gratitude and affection. He doesn’t care about treats at all. He follows his foster mom around all day making sure she doesn’t do something he doesn’t know about. Sometimes Kingston likes to pretend he is a lap dog showing his fosters his appreciation with lots of kisses. He has been very respectful in his temporary home, behaving well when he is left out of his crate for the night. He even went camping with them recently, choosing to bunk with one of the kids in the trailer. Camping was a successful experience for him, proving how accommodating he can be to new surroundings. His fosters suggest using a halti when walking him because he can be a bit aggressive on a leash. This is a minor detail considering how good he is with other dogs. Kingston would love to have a new owner take him to a place where he can splash around in the water. He could live in a home with kids and other dogs. He is also good with . He’s smart, and adaptable. He knows “sit” and “lie down”