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Please visit our adoption page to read about applying for a New Spirit dog.  
The link to the application is at the bottom of that page.

Many times, a dog on this page will already be adopted by the time we process your application. If a dog you were looking at no longer appears on this page, please check our "Happy Endings" page to see if they've been adopted.

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The dogs in Coming Attractions are not yet available but if you see one that interests you, please submit an application now to allow time for processing.
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Bubbaroo

​Bubbaroo is 7 yrs. young. He weighs 50 lbs, and has a full tail. His owner died, so he needs a new family. 

 He knows sit and we're working on his leash manners.  He is selective about the dogs he meets because he has had limited experience with other dogs. 

Bubbaroo rides very well in the car as his prior home took him everywhere. He is house broken and we're working on crate training.  

He is located in Maineville Ohio, contact Aussie@aol.com for more info.  NS2920
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Red Rocket will be 1yr old in October. He is from a farm and knows nothing yet, but he's got great potential. He is tall and thin, is now fully vetted, and likes all dogs and humans.NS2977

Odin Sky

Odin weighs 24 lbs, is 3 years old, neutered and up to date on all shots.  He is shy at first with dogs but loves to play. Odin is intimidated by larger males.  

He barks at people at first but then warms up.  Odin usually comes when called, knows sit and down. He chases balls and toys but does not bring them back.  He'd rather be chased.  He will drop it, so trainable we believe.  Odin plays tug with the other smaller dogs. He seems to like kids if they're not too noisy.

Odin is used to a crate and eats his meals there. 
He will cuddle and rides great in car.  

Odin is a great dog who just needs a human to care about him. He is fostered near Dayton Ohio 
Contact aussie@aol.com

Apply here for him.  NS2980