Kingston is a fiercely loyal and loving rescue pup. His job around the house is to keep track of his mom at all times, warm up all the sofas and comfy chairs, all the while loudly protecting his family from terrorists disguised as FedEx drivers and mail carriers.
With a birthday of July 4th, 2016, this Independence Day puppy was born to the sound of fireworks, perhaps the spark to his boundlessly energetic demeanor. Around the office he keeps busy tidying up any stray crumbs, barking at the UPS man and making sure everyone has plenty of affection.
A sweet southern belle and ‘forever puppy’, Lilly is a Cavachon: the offspring of the sweet Cavalier King Charles Spaniel and the hypo-allergenic non-shedding little snowball, the Bichon Frise. She loves to cuddle and nap with soft blankets, sometimes chewing holes in them. Very mellow and happy to spend lots of time being held and carried around, watching bravo TV, and snoozing by your feet in the evenings.
By the time Skinner was rescued by his new owners, the facility had become convinced he would never find a home. Not only did Skinner find a new home, he flourished — his happiness and excitement over his loving home is evident by his excessively vigorous tail-wagging that's resulted in multiple tail sprains.
This affectionate lady loves the snow so much she could have easily been a sled dog — except for the whole pulling the sled thing. She has a well-stocked collection of squeaker toys she regularly entertains herself and her owners with. This charmer will also snuggle the day away with you.
When she’s not angling for peanut butter (straight out of the jar, thank you!) she’s playing the part of the social butterfly, saying “hello” to everyone with an occasional high five. She’s got talent, too — with a simple command, she’ll happily spin in circles for you.
Bear is the self-appointed “Mayor of the People” and gunning hard for “Raleigh Socialite of the Year." Toys and Mom’s shoes don’t stand a chance against this tough guy, but don’t let that fool you — he’s a total Teddy Bear. This lovable pup is always ready to step out to a bar with you (watch out ladies!), go on a hike or hang out with friends and family.
If Merritt had a dollar for every time someone asked what his breed was, he’d own a PetSmart by now. This rescue pup is known for his wonky ears he never quite grew into, and his love for lint rollers, cuddling with his hoomans and his favorite toy donut. Suitcases, strollers and skateboards are strictly off limits though for this mystery mutt — talk about scary!
Tom got his name from his almost identical appearance to the cartoon character. If his charming good looks don’t do it, his dog-like personality is sure to be enough to convert any dog-lover. He fetches, gives lots of kisses, and just wants to play and love any human. His mom is first to admit he converted her into a cat lady.