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ADOPT, DON'T SHOP FOR YOUR NEXT FURRY FAMILY MEMBER! Check out our adoptable dogs and find your next family member here at Recycled Doggies!

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No event on September 21st!

September 21, 2019

We will not have an adoption event on September 21st but please check out our doggies anyway! To read more about any of our adoptable doggies, please go to    www.petfinder.com/pet-search?shelterid=OH852 If you are interested in adopting from Recycled Doggies, please submit an application ahead of time so we have time to review it prior to […]

Adoption Event @ Mason PetSmart

September 28, 2019
11:00am-3:00pm

Come out to the Mason PetSmart on Saturday from 11am-3pm to meet our wonderful adoptable dogs! To read more about any of our adoptable doggies, please go to www.petfinder.com/pet-search?shelterid=OH852 If you are interested in adopting from Recycled Doggies, please submit an application ahead of time so we have time to review it prior to the […]

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Sweet Libby! She’s spunky and happy and likes to talk! She’s an adorable Pomeranian and is about 7-8 years old and weighs about 7 pounds. She gets along with the other dogs and cats in her foster home although she sometimes bosses the big dogs around! She does guard her food sometimes but she has been doing better at sharing her food with the other dogs in her foster home. She’s looking for a home without small kids. She’s been doing a lot better on house training but does still occasionally have potty accidents. She loves treats and loves to lay on the back of the couch. She also has figured out that she fits under the bookshelf so she likes to hang out there while her foster mom works from home. You can read more about Libby on our website and if she sounds like a match you can also find our adoption application on our website www.recycleddoggies.org ... See MoreSee Less

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Still no pasta puppies from Miss Noodle but this girl is ready to pop any day now! Her foster family set up a camera to watch her while they’re at work. You can see how pregnant she is!! Stay tuned for the birth announcement soon! ... See MoreSee Less

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Frankie is just so darn cute! He’s doing great in his foster home - loves the other dogs and cats! He’s a sweetie pie. He is a little bit of a barker when he’s excited but he’s a great friend, gentle and happy, and a wonderful TV watching dog although he does sometimes run up to the TV and bark if he sees a dog or other movement on the TV that catches his eye! It’s kind of adorable! There are no kids in his foster home but he has met them at adoption events and been fine and we have not seen anything that concerns us. He was returned to the rescue a couple weeks ago because he was pottying in the house. Since coming back he may have had an accident or two (he was sharing a bedroom with another dog so we’re not positive it was him) but he is not marking in the house or pottying when he’s out and about. We think any potential adopter needs to know that it’s possible that when they leave him alone like to go to work that he might have accidents so they would need to be able to confine him someplace where potty accidents could be cleaned up - he does not do well being crated - so it would need to just be a room with easily cleanable floors. But honestly he’s been doing really well in his foster home but his foster mom does work from home most days. That’s probably his ideal situation. Frankie is a 10-year-old bichon mix. He weighs about 15 pounds. He does have a little cough that seems to flare up when he gets excited – it has been checked out by multiple veterinarians over the last 7 months and treated multiple times and it doesn’t go away so it’s just something that comes with him. Other than that and a slipping kneecap, he has no known health issues. If Frankie sounds like he could be the right match for you, please go to our website to submit an adoption application www.recycleddoggies.org ... See MoreSee Less

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