male/black  DOB: 3 yr

Adoption Fee $350 USD

Pino is a Portuguese Podengo saved through the rescue efforts of Cantinho da Milu and Dogs of Portugal. Pino is a little charmer with a perfectly scruffy face.  He is a sweet, playful and snuggly guy and is good with other dogs.  Pino’s foster dad has helped him to work through some initial fears and prepared him well for a forever home. He will be looking for a family who will continue to assure that he grows in his feelings of safety and security and confidence. In Michigan.

Jackie/Omani Wadi

female/black and white  DOB: 3 yr

Adoption Fee $350 USD

Jackie is a Wadi dog rescued from the streets in Oman by Muscat Dog Adoption.  Jackie is blind, however she senses and figures out her surroundings amazingly quickly. Jackie loves, loves, loves people.  She is very sweet, well behaved and just wants all the cuddles, kisses and belly rubs. She tends to react around strange dogs and will bark so she needs a human who will continue to help her become comfortable and familiar in her new home.  Jackie has had some seizures and is taking medication to prevent them. We believe that she will be happiest as an only dog in a home where she can get all the attention.  Jackie has been good with cats too.  In Michigan.

Henry/Omani Wadi

male/black and white  DOB: 3 yr

Adoption Fee $350 USD

Henry is a Wadi dog rescued from the streets by Muscat Dog Adoption. He is a super-sweet love-sponge. A smart boy with excellent house manners!  Mostly lazy in the house, but with a playful side too. He is wary of people and dogs that he does not know and will bark at them initially, but he is also very curious, and with a walk and a proper introduction, he soon becomes a best friend. This wariness has definitely improved during his time in foster care, but he will need an adoptive family who will understand his nature and will continue to help him become comfortable in his new home as he gets used to the new sounds, new people, etc. Henry does make a pretty good watchdog as he will alert the family if a stranger is approaching the home. Once introduced, he gets along with other dogs of all sizes. When playing, he sometimes bops with his paw which may be too much for a tiny dog though. He also is still unsure and wary of little children and has not had any direct exposure. Henry has been great as an only dog and also when living with a nice dog companion. He would do best in a low-key home without cats or children. He is looking for a medium-to-large doggy friend and a fenced yard to play in and explore.  In Michigan.