This high-steppin’ fella (he actually struts on his walks) sure has a lot of character and like to show it! He is a 3-year-old Jack Russel Terrier/mix that was found as a stray and is adjusting nicely to life as an indoor dog. We feel he would do best in a home with older children. He’s playful and fun!
Cowboy earned his name after being found living in a horse stable. He was very young when he came to us, but is now 9-months old. He is a very shy little guy, but is happy to be petted. His silky black fur is gorgeous and he loves to be brushed.
This sweet, loving, 4-year-old came to us when her owners both passed away and we are doing all we can to find her furr-ever home as soon as possible. With her beautiful coat and those amazing blue eyes (which are adorably slightly crossed) we think this home is close by. We believe Kiki would do very well as a single kitty in a quiet home. Could that be yours?
One-year-old Angus was found with a wire as a collar – but he didn’t let this affect his love of people or his outlook on life at all! He is 50 lbs. of fun – ready for a walk or to learn agility tricks in the yard. His neck injury is healing nicely and he is ready to put that part of his life behind him. He is looking for brighter days ahead.
In one word, Layla is wiggly! She holds the record for the fastest tail wags and will greet you with a play bow. She walks great on a leash and loves to interact with the adult dogs and the puppies at the shelter. She is only 3-years-old and would love to have you teach her some new tricks
Snoopy is the patriarch of the ORHS cats and we think he is the absolute best! Being 11 years old, he is a super social guy who strangely enough, enjoys water – he even has his very own “kitty pool” at the center. He also enjoys lounging on his hammock in the catio and watching the birds. We think it is time Snoopy finds a furever home – could it be yours
This cute little 5-month-old kitty was found in a garbage dumpster but hit the jackpot when he arrived at ORHS. He is adorable and is an absolute love when he gets to know you. Angelo loves to play by himself but is becoming more social over time. We believe he would prefer to be the only pet in the household. Contact us to make an appointment to meet Angelo!
Sometimes we see that big dog hearts come in small dog bodies – such as with our sweet Christa. She is a 1-year-old terrier mix, weighing only about 20 lb. – the perfect size for extended lap time! Her personality has blossomed since coming to us as a stray. She now has a waggly tail, listens well, walks nicely on leash and just wants to be a part of the action. Are you her person?