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Rocket was named properly based on his energy level and spunk. He is always happy and ready for fun - his mood is contagious. Rocket was seen by a family who recently lost a dog very similar to him - and the connection was made. He was adopted by the family shortly after and he is doing great with them. He loves going on car rides with his Dad, playing in the yard, and spending time with his doggie sibling.



Sweet Tina came to us from a shelter in NC. She did great in her foster home and gained many friends. She was soon adopted by a lovely couple with another dog and Tina took to them right away. Tina is doing great in her new home and they love her dearly.



Ellie Mae came to us from Chesapeake Animal Control where she was surrendered by her owner who was not able to care for her anymore. She had a lot of missing hair due to flea allergies and her nails were overgrown. After a bath, flea prevention, time, and TLC - Ellie was showing the world how beautiful she was. Already trained with great manners, it only took an adoption video posted online for her new family to spot her and fall in love. She lives the relaxed life with her new parents and enjoys every minute of it.



Biscuit came to us when he was hit by a car and badly injured. His family couldn't afford his care so surrendered him over to the the shelter where we stepped in to help him. Biscuit spent several months with us recovering from his injuries, and after time and TLC, he was ready for adoption. Biscuit found a great new home with a loving family. He loves kids and has two little ones to watch over. He is so happy and we equally thrilled at his successful recovery and adoption.



Bowie was 1 of 4 dogs surrendered by their family when they were unable to care for them anymore. Bowie found a great new home and he fits in wonderfully. He has a k9 sibling and a big family to make sure he stays entertained. They embraced his quirky ways and he took to them quickly. Yay Bowie!



Playful Petey came to us from a crowded shelter in NC. This happy boy did great in his foster home and had a blast at the adoption events. A lucky family spotted him at one of our events and they knew he was the new addition they were looking for. Petey now lives with two older doggie siblings and has been learning a lot on training class.



Zorina (now named "Zoe") came to us from a shelter in NC. She was a timid girl who needed to gain confidence and learn some more house manners. After a short time in her foster home Zoe blossomed into a happy, confident girl and stole the hearts of her fosters. They decided to make Zoe a permanent member of their family and she is so happy with them. She has two k9 siblings and a feline one too. She loves to play in her back yard and get all the attention she could ask for.



Cassidy came to us from a crowned shelter in NC where she needed help to find her forever home. After some time in a foster home learning all about home life, a great family spotted her at one of our adoption events and fell in love. She has a great little kid as a playmate and has a ton of fun. Have a great life Cassidy!



Annie came to us from a shelter in NC. Young and adorable - we knew this girl needed just a little bit of exposure before getting adopted. She now lives with her family and gets to go on road trips with them often and gets tons of attention. Her "Dad" makes sure she gets groomed often and always looks her best.



Poppy (now named "Lily") came to us from a crowded shelter in NC. She was with us for only a short time before being adopted into the home of her dreams. Lily is her Mom's constant companion and even gets to go to work with her at the office. She is so spoiled and we love getting all of the updates and cute photos of her enjoying her new life!



Elmer (now named "Alfie") came to us from a crowded shelter in NC. This playful guy needed some in home experience and training. He was spotted online by a family who lived a few hours away and they made the trip down here to meet him. It was a great fit and they adopted him the same day! Alfie is now top dog and has so much fun with his family. He gets to go exploring, take trips to the dog park, and snuggle on the couch!



Stella was 1 of 4 dogs surrendered by their owner when their family could no longer care for them. Stella found a great home with a loving family. She has a doggie companion and a little girl. Stella enjoys her new family and is spoiled rotten!



Chunk and Punk were 2 of 4 dogs who were surrendered to us when their family could no longer care for them. These boys were adopted together and have a new Mom. They also share their home with a wonderful older gentlemen who loves their companionship every day. These two goofy boys always bring a smile to their faces and they have so much fun.



Peaches (now named "Ellie Mae") was taken into the rescue after spending a couple of months at the overcrowded Isle of Wight County shelter. She spent a few months in a foster home learning house manners and visiting multiple K9JL adoption events. Adoption events became second nature, but Peaches was still looking for her forever home. It wasn't until one day at our Petco adoption event that a family came into the store looking for the perfect dog to add to the family. Their son, who has some special needs, gravitated towards Peaches immediately, and she took to him right away! Within minutes of meeting, they were two peas in a pod! Our docile Peaches lit up around her new friend! Just as fate would have it, Peaches found her for forever family including a very boy of her own. Peaches now enjoys a huge backyard, the company of her favorite child, and two amazing parents who spoil her rotten!



Sprite (now named "Phoebe") came to us from a shelter in NC. She won over every person that met her with her with her goofy antics and sweet demeanor. It took her several months to get adopted - but once she met her family we knew they were meant to find each other! She has kids who love her, another dog to play with, and they love her to pieces!



Roux was a happy go lucky boy who came to us from our local animal shelter. He was missing a lot of hair and suffering from demodex mange - so we took him in where he could recover and get the treatment he needed. It only took a few weeks before he was fully recovered and found a fabulous home perfect for any Lab! He has a pool to swim in, a huge house to call his own, and tons of attention and love!



Sir Arthur came to us from our local animal control. He was cage aggressive and wasn't showing well, so we took him into foster care where he was more comfortable and happy. His foster family fell in love and ended up adopting him - which made three K9JL dogs in their home. We love repeat adopters!



Janice (now named "Weezie") came to us from a shelter in NC where she lived for a year without any luck at adoption. She was a wonderful dog who adjusted to family life immediately - we had no idea why no one had adopted her. With just a little bit of networking Janice was noticed and adopted. She has two homes to enjoy (one in the country and one in the city) and has a blast going everywhere with her family.



Stuart Little came to us from a shelter in NC. He came to the shelter as an emaciated puppy with an I-Pod cord and hanger wrapped around his neck. With TLC and time, this shy pup came out of his shell and was ready for adoption! His family spotted him at one of our adoption events and fell in love. He has 2 doggie siblings and has so much fun playing with them and enjoying the good life.



Wild child Sally (now named "Zeva") was found abandoned in the woods in NC covered in ticks, dirty, and underweight. In no time she was recovered and ready for her forever home. This active gal needed a special home that could keep up with her energy and spunk. She found the perfect fit and has another Lab sibling and a very active Mom. Zeva loves the water and will participating in DockDogs this year. How fun!



Little Evie was our special little "chewbaca" dog. She came to us in very bad shape from our local animal control. After proper vet care to fix her all up she was adopted by a sweet lady to have a constant companion. They enjoy sitting on the porch on nice days, going to walks around the block, and relaxing at home. What a perfect match!



Goofy Priscilla was a fun puppy who came to us from a crowded NC shelter. She had a skin condition which took several months for her to fully recover from. In perfect timing, her family met her at an adoption event and fell in love! She has a little girl as her companion and playmate and enjoys going many places with her family and learning new things.



Gina was a scared little girl who was at our local animal shelter and needed help to gain confidence and learn how to live in a family environment. She blossomed in her foster home and learned quickly, and was adopted in no time by a loving family who was experienced with her breed and shyness. She loves her two furry siblings, playing in her nice yard, and snuggling up on the couch.



Miley (now named "Roo") came to us when her owners dropped her off at our vet with a badly broken leg that was not properly cared for. It took several weeks for her leg to heal, but because of the lack of care she received before coming to us her leg would always be a bit "special". Her foster mom (also a vet tech and Sheltie owner) adopted her and gives her the best life ever. She rules the home that she shares with 2 other Shelties and cats. This little firecracker never lets her special leg get her down and she is always ready for fun.



Adorable little Charlotte (now named "Ginknee") came to us when her family was not able to adequately care for her when she started having seizures. She received a lot of care from our vet but we knew she was going to be a special needs dog indefinitely. She was adopted by her foster family who loved her dearly and spoiled her rotten. Her seizures were never able to be controlled - but she lived a great life before her condition worsened and she crossed the rainbow bridge. We all loved this girl so much and were happy to have given her the best care and quality of life while she was with us.



Tammy came to us from a rural shelter in NC. She was with us for only a short while before being adopted into a loving home. She has a little boy as her best friend and gets all the attention and play time that she could ask for. What a happy girl she is with her family!



Sweet Lucille (now called "Lucy") came to us from a shelter in NC where she was found as a stray with a badly injured leg. Her leg had to be amputated, but Lucy recovered and did not let her handicap affect her spirit. After a few months in our rescue, her family saw a photo of her online and fell in love. Lucy now has 3 other doggie siblings to look after, jump over, and chase. She is getting tons of attention and gets to snuggle in bed. Lucy is a water dog in training, too - how fun!



Trinity came to us from a shelter in NC. This happy girl caught the attention of a wonderful family who had been searching for the right dog for a year. After they met her they knew she was the one they were waiting for and adopted her the same day. Trinity was welcomed with open arms and we know she is going to live a great life. She loves playing in her yard, swimming in the pool, and snuggling with her family.



Myra came to us from our local animal control shelter where she arrived as a stray and no owner claimed her. This mature girl was in rough shape and had some medical issues that we corrected. After some time and good TLC she was fully recovered and ready for adoption. Myra found her forever home with loving family who spoil her rotten. She loves to snuggle in bed, go for walks, get dressed up, and be with her family. We are so happy for Myra!



Millie is an awesome girl who came into the rescue in need of a new home. Her new family met her at an adoption event and couldn't stop thinking about her - so they adopted her. She now has a doggie brother to chase and steal toys from, she gets run of the house including couches and beds, and access to a wonderful fenced yard. Millie is in doggie heaven in her new home!



Our special boy Tiny came to us from our local animal control shelter in very poor condition. He was underweight, had severe heart-worm disease, and was suffering from an eye condition that needed surgical correction. He spent many months with his foster family getting the medical attention he needed. He responded great to all treatments and was given a clear bill of health and was then ready for adoption. In no time a family spotted his picture and story and they fell in love. Tiny has the home of his dreams. Two young boys to play with, a fenced yard to romp in, daily walks, and trips to the park. Our big gentle giant has some great years ahead of him. Have fun buddy!



Mia (now named "Lightning") and her sisters came to us from a shelter in North Carolina. She was adopted by a loving family and is very spoiled. Lightning and "her boy" and a great pair and she is a much loved member of the family.



Tia (now named "Shelby") and her sisters came to us from a shelter in North Carolina. This large breed girl was quickly adopted by a wonderful family. She now has two doggie siblings that she loves to play with. She enjoys her beautiful backyard and playing with her family.



Lia and her sisters came to us from a shelter in North Carolina. This large breed girl was quickly adopted by a past adopter of ours. She now has two doggie brothers and a very loyal family to raise and love her. We can't wait to see how big and beautiful this girl gets as she gets older.



Matilda came in with her two sisters when they were just a week old. Their mother passed away and the puppies were left for days on their own before being discovered and brought to us. All three were very ill and it took a lot of TLC to help them pull through. Matilda has a large, loving family with a doggie brother. She is having so much fun and we are so happy for her.



Zuzu (now named "Gracie") came in with her two sisters when they were just a week old. Their mother passed away and the puppies were left for days on their own before being discovered and brought to us. All three were very ill and it took a lot of TLC to help them pull through. She did suffer from an infection early in her life which caused her to loose function of one of her eyes. Gracie now lives with a wonderful family and a doggie brother. The two dogs are best friends and do most things together. We can't wait to watch her grow up and enjoy a long and happy life.



Lola (now named "Kasa") came in with her two sisters when they were just a week old. Their mother passed away and the puppies were left for days on their own before being discovered and brought to us. All three were very ill and it took a lot of TLC to help them pull through. Kasa found a wonderful home and her family spoils her rotten. She enjoys doing everything with them and has lots of fun adventures ahead of her. She recently went to the beach for the first time and loved it.



Terrie came to us from the Isle of Wight County Shelter where her chances of adoption were limited. She was very nervous/skittish and suffered from some traumatic experiences in her past. It took her several weeks in foster care to adjust and learn how a dogs life should really be. A wonderful family saw Terrie online and knew she was meant to be their new addition. Terrie is now happily a member of their loving family and has fully adjusted to spoiled life. She has a doggie sister, a large yard to run in, and all the treats and affection she could ask for.



Besas (now named "Bailey") came to us from the Isle of Wight County Shelter where her chances of adoption were limited. She spent several weeks with us learning the basics of living an indoor dog lifestyle and recovering from some minor medical issues. She grabbed the attention of her new "Dad" at one of our adoption events and the rest was history. Bailey and her Dad are a great pair and are learning together. They enjoy going on walks, trips to the park, and lounging at home. We look forward to watching their relationship grow and to see Bailey enjoy her new lease on life.



Foxy is a sweet little girl who was abandoned and left to fend for herself at a local apartment complex for at least 10 days. The caring complex manager called us for help and together we were able to locate Foxy and take her to safety. It did not take long for Foxy to find a family wanting to make her a permanent addition to their home. Foxy now has a doggie brother and a wonderful home where she is spoiled. We are so happy for Foxy and her new family!



Pearl came to us from our local animal control after she was found in horrible condition roaming as a stray. She was underweight, heavily matted, and scared. It did not take long with us for her to get a nice hair cut, gain some weight, and come out of her shell. Pearl found her forever home with a prior K9JL adoptive family and now lives with three other poodles and is spoiled rotten.



Fella (now named "Max") came to us when his owners surrendered him over to our local animal control with a large open tumor on his foot that they were unable to care for. He went into surgery the next day to remove the tumor and after a few weeks he was fully recovered and doing great. He was adopted by a loving couple looking for a laid back companion - and Max fit the bill. He is very much loved by his new family and he fit in his new home quickly. We love you Max and family!



Loki came to us from our local animal control shelter where he arrived as a stray and no owner claimed him. This sweet boy settled into his foster home so well that he became a permanent member of their family! He has a doggie sister to play with, gets trips to the dog park often, and has many other human and doggie friends. Loki will be helping to welcome future foster dogs into the home and will be a helpful aid in their training/socialization.



Our sweet girl Audrey (now named "Bella") was one of our "New Years 10" rescues from a NC shelter. We don't know what kind of life she lived before coming to rescue but she was terrified of the whole world and seemed very under socialized. Her foster home worked very hard to gain her trust and show her the great life a spoiled dog lives. Within no time Audrey's sweet face captured the attention of a very special family who instantly fell in love and adopted her. She now has a big doggie brother to help teach/guide her and very a patient Mom and Dad to love her unconditionally. We are so happy for our special girl!



Jordan came to us from a shelter in NC where he was having trouble finding his forever home. After a few weeks in our rescue a family met him at one of our adoption events and fell in love. He is now the happily spoiled boy of a great family. He gets to spend lots of time snuggling on the couch, playing outside, and going for walks. He is already in obedience training classes with the goal of becoming a therapy dog. Way to go Jordan and family!



Biggie Smalls is one of our "New Years 10" rescues! He was surrendered to the NC shelter after living his entire life on a chain. This big boy was so loving and easy tempered and we knew the right family would find him. It didn't take long for Biggie to be adopted into a great home with three children who instantly fell in love with him. He gets to go running with his Dad, play dress up with his girls, and be the loyal companion their whole family was looking for. From life on a chain to living the spoiled life - this boy hit the doggie lottery!



Reva (now named "Soraya") was one of our "New Years 10" rescues. She spent many months at the NC shelter with no luck at adoption. After a month in her foster home she was well adjusted to indoor dog life and blossomed into the special girl she is. A great family spotted her online and fell in love! She has been doing well with the family kitties and has a youthful doggie sister to play with. They even got her doggie bows for her hair! :)



Gary (now named "Bandit") is one of our "New Years 10" rescues! He arrived at the NC shelter hairless and in rough shape. After spending a couple months at their shelter we pulled him to safety so he could finish his recovery and find a forever home. He was such a quick learner in his foster home and loved everyone he met... we knew it wouldn't take long for a beagle loving family to find him. Bandit now enjoys life with his loving owners and fellow doggie companion. He has such a great future and we couldn't be happier for him! Have a fun life Bandit!



Rex was found at our local animal control after his owner left him there. This older boy had some skin issues which quickly resolved in our care. It took him a few months, but the right family saw him and instantly fell in love. Rex now has the forever home of his dreams. He has a canine companion, two kids to snuggle/play with, and a yard to explore. We are so thrilled about his adoption and know he will be loved unconditionally.



Houston was one of our "New Years 10" rescues. This adorable boy was with us for a few short weeks before finding his adoptive home. He gets to be with his Mom most if the day and go play with lots of other dogs and enjoy trips to the beach. Have fun buddy!



Wallace (now named "Wally) was one of our "New Years 10" rescues. This sweet playful pup adjusted to family life easily and was such a quick learner. It only took a few weeks for Wally to find his new home. Wally joins a loving family with a young son and an older (but spry) doggie brother. He has a great yard to play in, a park nearby, and a little boy to be a best friend to. Good luck Wally and have fun!



Georgia came to us as part of the "New Years 10" group from North Carolina. She was at the shelter over 6 months with no luck at finding her forever home. It took her a little while to learn what home life was like in our foster program, but she picked up quickly. After a few weeks with us Georgia found her new family! She makes the 2nd K9JL dog adopted by this family and the two dogs are going to be best buddies. Georgia has already made herself at home by sleeping in the bed and snuggling on the couch. We are so happy that Georgia's long journey led her to a wonderful home.



Emmie was a poor senior girl dumped at our local animal control when her owners didn't want her anymore. She was at the shelter for a little while with no luck at adoption. A family spotted Emmie online and instantly fell in love. They offered to foster her through our organization, but quickly made the announcement that she would be a permanent member of their family. She lives with two other dogs and is living the life of luxury now. Great success story for a great older gal!



Louie was part of our "New Years 10" rescues! He arrived at the shelter bald and homeless - we stepped in to help him because his chances of getting adopted at the shelter not looking his best would be tough. After a couple weeks with K9JL and a trip to the vet his hair was almost fully grown in. He found a great home and made a young boys dream come true - he wanted a dog of his own. Louie takes turns sleeping in "his boys" room and sleeping with the parents. He gets to play fetch to his hearts content and loves going for car rides with his new Mom. :)



Bebe (now named "Moanna") was part of our "New Years 10" rescues! This little cutie is a little firecracker and we knew it wouldn't take long to get her adopted. She found a loving home with another doggie sibling to be with. She has already taken over the house and seems to be very spoiled. Have fun Moanna, can't wait to see you grow up!



Petunia came to us from a shelter in North Carolina. She is a pint sized girl full of spunk and confidence. She was in her foster home for a short time before her foster family decided to make her a permanent member of their home. They cant get enough of her tiny sweet self! This makes 2 dogs that this family has adopted from K9JL and they will still be fostering. YAY!



Tippy came to us from our local animal control agency where he was for quite a while with no luck at finding his new home. We had him in our rescue for a couple months when he surprised us by having a few seizures. Once we discovered that he was epileptic we started him on a daily medication to help control his seizures. With him being older and having special medical needs, we thought finding him a new home was going to be difficult. To our surprise the most perfect family fell in love with him and adopted him on Christmas Eve! Tippy makes the 2nd K9JL dog they have adopted and they were not phased by his special medical needs. He now has a k9 sibling and is in doggie heaven. He is loved dearly by his large family and has already made himself at home!



Zoey came to us from a family who could not give her the attention and care she deserved. After a few months with us this fun loving girl found her forever home with a great family. She has a wonderful yard to play in, a couch to sleep on and a loving family to care for her. Her family will be adding another doggie addition to their family so Zoey can have a constant canine companion too!



Our special girl Addison came to us from a rural shelter in NC. She arrived at the shelter in horrible shape. She was skinny, heart worm positive, and her body ached from being bred too much. She stayed at the shelter for several months while she underwent heart worm treatment and to get healthier. We then welcomed her into our rescue so she could learn what a loving home environment was like and help her find her forever home. After several months with us, she found her adoptive family. She now lives with a great family and two young boys for her to keep watch over. She has a huge yard to play in, toys and squirrels to chase, and a comfy home to relax in. We couldn't be happier for our Addie girl and hope she has many happy years with her family.



Paulie came to us as a result of his family moving and not willing to take him with. He was without much training when he first came to us, but his foster Mom worked very hard to teach him manners and proper home etiquette. Within a few weeks Paulie was adopted by a loving family! He is now the only "child" and receives lots of play time and attention. His new Mom reports that he has settled in well and brings the excitement into the home that they were missing. :)



Norman (now named "Kane") came to us when he was found abandoned in the woods. He was sick, in need of some good medical attention, and seeking love. It took several months to get him all fixed up and ready for adoption... but the time came when he was ready and found his forever family. Kane is already a much loved member of his family. He has two bigger doggie brothers and they are best friends. He aspires to be a certified therapy dog when he is older so he can help people and show how good a bully breed can be.



Lily came to us from a shelter in NC and in need of some training and in-home experience before finding her forever home. After some time and training Lily found her new home with a loving family. She has a k9 companion to play with, a yard to enjoy all she wants, and kids to love and protect. Lily has settled into her new home well and is very loved. We look forward to watching Lily blossom with her family and enjoy the good life.



Boris came to us as a product of divorce. This middle aged boy had so much love and dedication to give a family, but also had some behavioral quirks that required a special family willing to accept him. It took him several months before he found his family - but it was worth the wait. He is now a country boy - enjoying open space and a loving family who will be spoiling him rotten. With lots of attention, constant companionship, and daily exercise - Boris will be in heaven. We are so happy for our boy Boris and hope he has nothing but the best here on out.



Jacob came to us when he was found abandoned in the woods. He was sick, in need of some good medical attention, and seeking love. It took several months to get Jacob all fixed up and ready for adoption... but the time came when he was ready and found his forever family. He now lives with two other k9 buddies, several cats, and two loving parents. He has settled into his home very well and is a much loved addition to their family. He loves exploring their large yard, snuggling in bed, and playing with his animal friends.



Austin came to us from an over crowded shelter in need of some help to find his forever home. It wasn't long before an amazing family saw his picture on our website and fell in love. Austin now lives with a large loving family and is spoiled rotten. Austin will be a running partner, playmate, and companion for many years to come. He is also an aspiring agility dog!



Bailey and her brother were surrendered to our rescue to help find them a forever home. Both dogs came from a hoarder/breeder situation and had never been socialized or trained. Bailey was so scared of people when we first took her in that she would go to the bathroom on herself just if we were around her. With time and patience we worked with Bailey and taught her to trust people and enjoy their companionship. Within a short amount of time Bailey was adopted into a very loving home. She now lives with an older brother poodle and has a patient Mom who loves her unconditionally. Bailey has already made great improvements with her socialization and even went on her first camping trip! She sleeps in the bed with her mom and brother dog and meets new friends often. She is one spoiled girl!



Mocha and his sister were surrendered to our rescue to help find them a forever home. Both dogs came from a hoarder/breeder situation and had never been socialized or trained. Mocha was so scared of people when we first took him in that he would go to the bathroom on himself just if we were around him. With time and patience we worked with Mocha and taught him to trust people and enjoy their companionship. Within a short amount of time Mocha found an amazing home with a family from Pennsylvania! Mocha joined his new home of poodle lovers and has a little doggie brother to bond and learn from. Mocha has become his "Mom's" shadow and goes with her everywhere.



Tony is our senior boy who we pulled from a local animal shelter where he was having trouble finding his forever family. We spent several weeks working to get his medical needs met and once he was fully healthy he was adopted by his dream family. He now lives with a retired couple who enjoy a relaxed lifestyle. Tony enjoys his walks, bird watching, and laying on one of his several beds scattered throughout the house. We couldn't be happier for Tony and his new family - and hope he has many years of joy ahead of him.



Harley came to us from a local shelter where his family was seized from his owners when he was very young. We took him into our care to give him some home experience and socialization before finding his forever home. He is now a Richmond boy and lives with his new "Mom". He enjoys playing in the river right by his house and going for walks. Harley aspires to grow up to be a very well trained boy to show everyone how great pit bulls can be!



Prince William (now named "Gus") and his two brothers were found sick and abandoned in the woods. They were covered with parasites, all had skin infections, were anemic, and too young to survive on their own. It took several weeks in our care to get them fully healthy and ready to move on to their forever homes... but when the time came Gus had a family ready to adopt him. Gus is now a great companion for his owner who is a park ranger and they have plans for many outdoor adventures and an active lifestyle. We look forward to hearing of their fun times together.



Penny (now named "Siouxsie Sioux") was abandoned at a local vet clinic by her owner. We were able to take her into our rescue until a forever home was found for her. After several weeks the best family found her photo online and knew she was meant to be with them. She is now in her forever home and has two brother dogs (a pug and a boston terrier) and they all bonded right away. She keeps her family on their toes with her wild antics but they love her dearly already!



Darrin (now named "Fender") came to us from an over-crowded shelter in North Carolina. He was skinny, heart worm positive, and in need of some good TLC. He stayed with the shelter for several weeks as well as getting his much needed heart worm treatment. He stayed with us for several more weeks learning house rules and fully recovering from his years of neglect. Fender found the home of his dreams with his new "Mom" and "Dad" and doggie brother. He gets tons of attention and is spoiled silly. Enjoy your life buddy!



Mimi is our little squirt who was surrendered to us by her family due to personal family troubles. She had never been allowed outdoors so it took her some time to learn how to walk on a leash and to get some potty training underway. It wasn't long before she found her forever home with one of her foster families close friends. Mimi has a big doggie sister and great doggie parents who will make sure she grows up to be a well socialized chihuahua. Mimi's favorite game is to play tag with her sister.



Theo is one of our special boys rescued from an over crowded shelter in NC. He grew up at the shelter with no luck at finding a home so we took him in to help him along. He was originally found wandering the streets after a hurricane. He was skinny, sick, and had a severe injury to one of his eyes which resulted in permanent loss of sight in that eye. Theo was such a good boy despite his past and within a couple months found his forever home with a loving family. He is now a beach dog and loves his kids to pieces. We are so happy that our Theo found such a perfect family.



Chewy (now named Piper) is a super loving girl who came to us from an over-crowded shelter in NC. She was at the shelter for a couple months and even received her much needed heart worm treatment there. Time was running out for her so we stepped in to help. Chewy was with us for several weeks to learn what an inside dog lifestyle was like and when she was ready she found a great home with a loving couple. Chewy now lives with a cat sibling and will enjoy lots of walks, play days with other dogs, and TONS of spoiling from her family.



Bentley is a handsome boy who fell on hard luck when he was abandoned and ended up at a shelter in NC. He was extremely thin, had open wounds on him, and needed some good TLC. After several weeks in our care Bentley grew into a wonderful boy and is now a new addition to a loving home. He has a sister dog and two great owners who will enjoy taking him running, trips to the beach, and play times at the local dog parks. Bentley is a great dog and we can't wait to hear of his adventures.



Lonnie is a great boy who came to us from a crowded shelter who needed him to move on to a safe place. He spent several weeks with us learning how to live as an indoor house dog, and once his training was complete he found the most perfect home for him! He has a loving family with three children to entertain, a HUGE yard to run to his hearts content, and a wonderful home to feel safe and secure in. They are willing/able to help him through his nervous tendencies and they already love him dearly. Now we just need to convince them to adopt another... or three! Haha :)



Lars (now named "Rex") is a special bully boy who came to us when his owners were not able to provide proper care for him. He had a broken toe which needed to be splinted for several weeks before he was ready for his forever home. He searched and searched for the family he wanted to call his own, and finally found the perfect fit. He now has a great "Mom" and "Dad" and 3 kitty siblings. He is already underway with his obedience training and making great progress. We see a Canine Good Citizen Certification in the making!



Reese (now named "Emma") came to us from an over crowded shelter. She is such a great girl and quickly stole the hearts of her new forever family! She is now a beach dog and enjoys her daily walks/romps by the ocean. She gets to play with other dogs and is spoiled rotten by her owners. She has a great life ahead of her!



Mitzie (now named "Ava") is a cute little girl who came to us when her owner became allergic to her. She was in our rescue for few weeks before finding her forever home. She has a great new "Mom" and "Dad" and an older doggie brother. She made herself right at home instantly and has been having tons of fun. We can tell that she is spoiled already! :)



Watson came to us from an over crowded shelter in NC. This young boy is a total sweetheart and he found his forever home very quickly once in our care. Watson was at an adoption event with us and his new "Mom" saw him and knew that she wanted to add him to her family. A few days later the adoption was finalized and he was in his new home! He has a big doggie brother and a loving family who already spoils him. We are very happy for our boy Watson and we know he has a great life ahead of him.



Anakin came to us a stray puppy found roaming the woods all alone. He was too young to survive on his own and he was covered in "bugs" and in need of some medical attention. After a few weeks in our care we were able to get him healthy and happy. He stayed with us for several more weeks before finding his new family! He joins a very loving home with an older doggie sister who loves him already. We look forward to watching him grow up in his new home.



Boldger is one of our special boys who we found abandoned at our local animal control after we lost contact with his adopter some months ago. We have no idea why his adopter chose not to contact us before sending him to the pound (we will ALWAYS take back our rescue dogs if an adoption doesn't work out) but the important thing is that we found him and were able to adopt him into the best home he could ask for! Boldger has a fellow bully breed sister so they can wrestle with each other, a large fenced yard so he can run as much as he wants, lots of comfy couches and beds to relax on, and a family full of love and kisses for him. We know he is one happy boy!



Dooney (now named "Dunes") is a great little girl who was surrendered to us when her owners could not provide the best home for her. She found the most amazing home with Leslie and her family. She is spoiled rotten and has two adorable doggie sisters. Dunes loves her new forever home and gets as much love and attention that her heart desires. Her family says that she settled into their home right away and has stolen the hearts of everyone that has met her.



Mandy (now named Mable) was rescued from a shelter in NC where she was going to be euthanized. Mandy stayed with us for a few months learning social skills and gaining confidence. Once she was ready she found her adoptive family and is happily enjoying her new life. Mable lives with two cats and has a wonderful "mom" and "dad" to spoil her. She will enjoy all the fun activities she desires... walking/running, hiking, swimming, snuggling, cat chasing, and trips to the beach!



Polly came to us from a high kill shelter in NC. She was very shy when we first got her and it took several weeks of positive reinforcement training to help her come out of her shell. Polly graduated beginner puppy classes and was a totally different dog by the time she was ready for adoption. She found a great home with Matt and they are a great team together! Polly has enjoyed taking trips to Mt. Trashmore, the dog park, and enjoys sprawling out on the couch after a good play.



Jan (now named "Sasha") came to us when she was just days old. Someone found her and her litter-mates as newborns in a field. Their mother was not able to be caught with them and we had to hand raise the litter until they were old enough for adoption. Sasha has a super "Mom" and "Dad" and they love her very much. She is very spoiled and loves her family and life. We can't wait to hear updates as she grows up!



Cindy came to us when she was just days old. Someone found her and her litter-mates as newborns in a field. Their mother was not able to be caught with them and we had to hand raise the litter until they were old enough for adoption. Cindy has a very great family with kids for her to play with. She enjoys playing outside and being a much loved member of their family.



Marsha (now named "Raven") came to us when she was just days old. Someone found her and her litter-mates as newborns in a field. Their mother was not able to be caught with them and we had to hand raise the litter until they were old enough for adoption. Raven lives and goes to work with her "Dad" and is a much loved addition to his home. We look forward to more updates and photos as she grows up with him.



Bobby (now named "Jake") came to us when he was just days old. Someone found him and his litter-mates as newborns in a field. Their mother was not able to be caught with them and we had to hand raise the litter until they were old enough for adoption. Jake joins the family of another K9JL adoptee (Tucker) and another rescue dog (Brina). Bobby's family recently moved to Florida and purchased a larger home to accommodate for their doggie kids. These dogs are very lucky and have a wonderful life ahead of them. Miss you guys!



Candy (now named Penelope) was rescued from a shelter in NC where she was going to be euthanized. Candy stayed with us for a few months learning social skills and gaining confidence. Once she was ready she found her adoptive family and is happily enjoying her new life. Penelope has a doggie sister and many other doggie friends for her to play with. We can't wait to watch her grow up in her forever home.



Simon (now named "Zeppy") was a tiny puppy when we rescued him from a shelter in NC. After a few days of being with us he became ill and was diagnosed with the dreaded parvo virus. Several days of hospitalization and intensive care resulted in Simon pulling through and making a full recovery. After staying with us for several months he finally found his adoptive family! He lives with a cat sister (they are learning to be "friends") and has a great Mom and Dad who already spoil him. This fun boy will enjoy trips to the park, beach, and sleeping in bed with his family.



Ozzy is a super fun energy filled boy who found his way back to our rescue when his initial adopter wasn't willing to provide the right home/care for him. After a few weeks of medical care and some additional training Ozzy was adopted into his TRUE forever home. His family traveled several hours to meet him and fell in love! He now lives with 2 children and and doggie big sister. Ozzy continues to keep his family on their toes with his crazy antics but his family still loves him dearly!



Obidias AKA Obie came to us when his owner brought him to a local vet clinic asking to have him euthanized. Obie had horrible wounds all over his body and had a very bad infection as a result. Thankfully the Vet knew that Obie didn't deserve to be euthanized due to his owners neglect and had him surrender the dog to us. After a few months of intensive care and medical treatments Obidias was fully recovered and ready to move into a forever home. He found his perfect family with John and his 2 other Shih tzu's. Obie has adjusted wonderfully to his new home and is John's shadow. They enjoy going for car rides, going for walks, and spending time at home hanging out on the couch.



DJ found his way to our rescue when his family could no longer provide the attention and care he needed. He was with us for a few months before he found his perfect forever home. DJ lives with a very loving family and is the new best friend of a 14 year old girl named Tyme who has cerebral palsy. He goes for runs with his "Dad" and enjoys spending time at home playing with his family. We can't wait to watch Dj grow up with Tyme and to hear of the adventures they have together.



Greg (now named "Ty") came to us when he was just days old. Someone found him and his litter-mates as newborns in a field. Their mother was not able to be caught with them and we had to hand raise the litter until they were old enough for adoption. Ty leads a very exciting life traveling to horse shows, going to the beach, and meeting lots of new people and animals with his family. When Ty grows up they hope to have him be certified as a therapy dog... we know he has the potential!



Peter (now named "Zeke") came to us when he was just days old. Someone found him and his litter-mates as newborns in a field. Their mother was not able to be caught with them and we had to hand raise the litter until they were old enough for adoption. Zeke found his forever home with one of our foster families and has been a great addition to their lives. He helps welcome new foster dogs that enter their home and guides them to learn proper house etiquette.



George was a great little pit bull puppy we took in from another shelter in North Carlina. He was adopted last year into a wonderful home where he goes to work daily with his "daddy" and loves to snuggle with his cat housemates. George has grown up to be a great bully embassador and we are excited to share his updated pictures of him enjoying his life!



Eva (now named "Maggie") and her siblings were rescued from an over crowded shelter in NC where they were going to be put to sleep due to lack of space. After a few weeks with us she found her forever home! Maggie has an older doggie sibling and a family that loves her very much. She is having so much fun and her favorite game is playing with the water hose (see last photo) :).



Fonzie and his siblings were rescued from an over crowded shelter in NC where they were going to be put to sleep due to lack of space. After a few weeks with us Fonzie was adopted by a great family! He has an older doggie brother who welcomed into their home and is helping him learn the rules of the house. Fonzie also has two adorable kids who love playing with him in their sandbox. He has been doing great in his home and we hope noting but the best for the whole family!



Blake (now named Gaston) was rescued from an over crowded shelter in NC where he was going to be put to sleep. He was with our rescue for a couple weeks before he was adopted into his dream home! He is a spoiled member of their family and has a great life ahead of him. Gaston settled into his new home fabulously and loves sleeping in the bed and playing with all of his toys (he has TONS of them). We can't wait to watch him grow up :).



Memphis came to us on Christmas Eve from a shelter that was closing down due to poor conditions. After a couple weeks with us we noticed he was having trouble keeping his food down. After several vet visits and x-rays, we discovered that he had a medical condition called "esophageal diverticulitis". This medical condition requires special care and medical treatments through the course of his life. Despite his special needs, Memphis found an amazing family willing to offer him a loving home and give him the special daily care that he needs. He has been settling in very well and loves the kids and to run in the back yard. He is also quite the couch dweller and enjoys his snuggle time. We are so happy to see Memphis with the family he so desperately deserves.



Princess Buttercup (AKA Ree Ree) came from a neglectful past. She spent 23 hours a day locked up in a laundry room with no attention or love. A concerned family member alerted us to her plight and her owner signed her over to us so we could give her a chance at a better life. Buttercup stole the heart and was adopted by the same family who adopted our special needs chihuahua Roo! Buttercup now has the home of her dreams and will get all the love and attention she desires.



Sweet Annabelle was abandoned by her owners at a local vet clinic. As a senior dog with some medical issues we knew she needed our help. After a few weeks of medical treatments and T.L.C. Annabelle got adopted! She now lives with a little sister beagle, a cat, and a loving family. Adopting a senior dog is a very special thing to do and we thank them immensely for offering her a great retirement home. <3



Honey came to us from a shelter in North Carolina. She was turned into their shelter by an elderly owner who could no longer care for her. She settled into our rescue well and in no time had a family wanting to adopt her. After a few home visits to allow the current dog and her to make friends, the adoption was finalized! She is reported to be dong very well and getting along great with her new brother dog Minus.



Harpo is our "special needs" boy who was found as a stray in Chesapeake and taken into the local animal control. They quickly discovered that Harpo could not open his mouth, and after x-rays discovered that a previous untreated injury caused his jaw bones to fuse together. Harpo required half of his lower jaw to be removed in order for him to be able to open his mouth again. He fully recovered from his ordeal and found the most perfect home! He is loved dearly by his family, LOVES to play with all types of toys, and enjoys a good snuggle under the covers on the couch. We couldn't be happier for our special boy Harpo!

*** A very special thanks to all of those who fostered, spread the word, donated, and supported Harpo.
YOU made it possible for him to live the life he deserves!***



Lady (now named Norah) came to us due to her owner having too many animals. She stole the hearts of a previous adopter and they welcomed her into their home as their second K9JL dog! She now lives with Odin and they are best buds. Norah loves to snuggle with them in bed and will be going on her first camping trip soon!



Piper was rescued from living a life on a chain with no shelter or love. She took to the spoiled life quickly and was adopted into a loving home where she will continue to be pampered. She was adopted on New Years Eve and will enjoy her new life for many years to come. We love you Piper!



Paws (now named Sadie) is one of our 9 rescued pit mix puppies from a cruelty case. We hand raised the litter from 3 week's of age on and we all grew very attached to these babies. Sadie has a new loving family with a doggie sister to play with. She has a bright future and we will enjoy watching her grow up.



Sherlock Holmes came to us from a small shelter in NC where he didn't have a chance at finding a new home. He was such a good boy and in no time he was adopted into a loving home. Unfortunately, due to unforeseen circumstances, Sherlock found his way back into our rescue needing to find a new home...again. It must have been fate because we had a family looking for a dog just like him and it was a perfect match. He is living a very happy life with his new family and is enjoying being a spoiled member of the family.



Chance came to us from a shelter in NC where his opportunities of finding a new home were limited. He was only with us a short time before finding a great family ready to adopt him. He went to his new home on Christmas Eve and has been enjoying his new home since then. He has a great big fenced in yard to play in and a husky brother to get into mischief with. Have a great life Chance!



Dexter is one of our 9 rescued pit mix puppies from a cruelty case. We hand raised the litter from 3 week's of age on and we all grew very attached to these babies. Dexter has a great family who spoils him silly. He loves sleeping on the couch and getting into trouble. We can't wait to watch Dexter and his brother and sister's grow up in their forever homes.



Hope found her way to our rescue when she was found in North Carolina as a stray trapped in a swimming pool. Our old girl "Princess Hope" was in pretty bad shape when she came to us and it took a lot of time and fund's to get her back to good health. She had blood work done, a dental cleaning, 7 teeth pulled, 2 tumor's removed, ear infection's treated, urinary tract infection treated, seizure's addressed/maintained, and skin issues addressed. WOW! We thought that finding a forever family who would be willing to adopt an older dog with additional medical needs was going to be close to impossible... but Hope found her family in no time at all! Hope couldn't have found a more perfect home and we are so thankful for them opening up their home and heart's to our special girl.



Roo is our adorable little chihuahua girl who came to us with a bad case of demodex mange and a leg deformity. After 3 month's of medical care and lot's of TLC she was back to good health and ready for her new home. Roo found the perfect family with 2 older sister chihuahua's. She quickly took over the home and enjoys living the spoiled life.



Charlie (now named Diesel ) is one of our 9 rescued pit mix puppies from a cruelty case. We hand raised the litter from 3 week's of age on and we all grew very attached to these babies. Diesel is having a lot of fun with his new doggie sister and their goofy antics are amusing to watch. We can't wait to watch Diesel and his brother and sister's grow up in their forever homes.



Zoe is our fun loving goofy girl who found herself needing a home due to her prior owners not taking adequate care of her. After a few week's of training and medical attention from us Zoe's story stole the heart of a shiba loving family. She now has two shiba brother's, a huge yard to play in, and an active family who love's her deeply! It was a match made in heaven and we know Zoe will have the best life from now on.



Tiana (now named Shelby) is one of our 9 rescued pit mix puppies from a cruelty case. We hand raised the litter from 3 weeks of age on and we all grew very attached to these babies. Shelby is doing great in her new home and enjoy's playing with the kid's and sleeping on the couch! We can't wait to watch Shelby and her brother's and sister's grow up in their forever homes.



Lush is one of our 9 rescued pit mix puppies from a cruelty case. We hand raised the litter from 3 weeks of age on and we all grew very attached to these babies. Lush found a great home where she is a total "Momma's girl"! She enjoy's being pampered and will hopefully turn into a water loving boat dog! She also recently made friends with the vacuum cleaner. We can't wait to watch Lush and her brother's and sister's grow up in their forever homes.



Amelia (now named Henna) is one of our 9 rescued pit mix puppies from a cruelty case. We hand raised the litter from 3 weeks of age on and we all grew very attached to these babies. Henna was adopted into a wonderful home where she is loved dearly. She has a doggie sister and they are the best of friends. We can't wait to watch Henna and her brother's and sister's grow up in their forever homes.



Toshi (now named Kora) is one of our 9 rescued pit mix puppies from a cruelty case. We hand raised the litter from 3 weeks of age on and we all grew very attached to these babies. Kora has been welcomed into a large pit bull loving family and has already made tons of new friends. She has a big brother and they love each other very much. Kora is a spoiled baby who even gets to go to work with her Mom! We can't wait to watch Kora and her brother's and sister's grow up in their forever homes.



Tootsie (now named Bailey) is one of our 9 rescued pit mix puppies from a cruelty case. We hand raised the litter from 3 weeks of age on and we all grew very attached to these babies. Bailey has two new dog siblings and enjoys going everywhere with her new Mom and Dad. We can't wait to watch Bailey and her brother's and sister's grow up in their forever homes.



Sheba (now named Lyla) is one of our 9 rescued pit mix puppies from a cruelty case. We hand raised the litter from 3 weeks of age on and we all grew very attached to these babies. Lyla's foster mom grew so attached that she couldn't let her go and decided to make her a permanent member of her family. Lyla joins a house of 4 legged friends and loves having all the playmates! We can't wait to watch Lyla and her brother's and sister's grow up in their forever homes.



Allie was our final Alabama 7 dog to be adopted! Shortly after we got her an unknown illness almost took her life, but with lots of care and T.L.C. she pulled through and made a full recovery. After a few months of rehabilitation and training Allie found a wonderful family where she enjoys going on walks, hiking, and trips to the dog park!



Bella was one of our Alabama 7! She quickly stole the hearts of her foster family and became a permanent member of their family. Her new name is Dixie and she enjoys spending time with her doggie sisters and going camping and hiking with the family. She also welcomes new K9JL foster dogs into her home and makes sure they learn the house rules.



Tiger (now named Bacchus!) is one of our "Alabama 7" dogs rescued from euthanasia in a crowded shelter in AL. After being with us for close to two months he finally found his new owner Molly! Bacchus is doing great in his new home and they both enjoy an active lifestyle, especially going to the beach! They will be starting up obedience classes soon and we all know Bacchus will be the star of the class!



Penelope is our very special "momma" girl! She was saved from euthanasia and came to us heavily pregnant. She gave birth to 6 beautiful puppies a week after we got her... all of which have been adopted into great homes. It was evident that Penelope had not been treated properly by people in the past and had major trust issues. It took a lot of time and patience, but once we won her over she became a happy, loving, and goofy girl! Finding a family who was willing to overlook her skittish exterior and give her time to adjust was difficult, but after 6 months with us she finally found the perfect family! Lorie and Steve saw the potential in Penelope and knew that she was the right dog for them. With love and amazing patience they welcomed her into their home with open arms and are giving her the great life that she deserves. We are all so thrilled to see her doing so well and we know that she will have a very bright future with them.



Sassy is one of our "Alabama 7" dogs rescued from euthanasia in a crowded shelter in AL. It didn't take long for this sweet girl to find her forever home with a great family! Her new name is Stella and she is loving her new life. She enjoys being spoiled and getting tons of attention from family and friends! We look forward to seeing her grow with her family!



Joey is another of our "Alabama 7" dogs. He stole the heart of everyone he met including his new mom Allyson! He now enjoys being a happy puppy and having lots of fun adventures. He recently took his first trip to the beach and while he was a bit scared by the water he enjoyed hanging out in the sand with his family and friends! Joey is a very special boy and we know he has a great life ahead of him.



Libby came to us from a crowded shelter in NC. She grew up in a pen outside and never knew what a loving home was like... until her adoptive family took her home! She is now a much loved member of a family and has a great life ahead of her! She is reported to be a fantastic addition to their home and everyone loves her very much. Libby is 1 year old now and has grown into a large beautiful lady (see last 2 photos). Her family has also begun fostering with us and Libby will be a great play mate and teacher for the dogs they will foster.



Ginger is our spunky little girl who was one of the "Alabama 7" crew. She was placed with a foster family and fit in so well that they decided to make her a permanent member of their family! Ginger makes friends wherever she goes and loves going to the dog park and playing in the water. We are looking forward to having her be a mentor to new rescue dogs entering our K9JL family! Ginger recently received her therapy dog certification and will be going to nursing homes with her "Mom". Great job guys!



Winston lived a very sad existence before coming to us. He lived his whole life in an outdoor pen without any attention or affection. Due to his past he carries some emotional baggage... but that didn't stop his new family from bringing him home! When they heard his story they fell even more in love and knew that he was the dog for them! Winston loves going on his daily walks and trips to the dog park. We love our little scruffy man and we are so happy that he found his family! His family added a new addition to their home (a senior corgi) and the two dogs are good friends. Winston also celebrated his 1 year adoption anniversary!



Daisy Mae is our special little girl who came to us from a shelter in NC. She had a badly injured leg requiring amputation. Once she fully recovered from her surgery she returned to her active lifestyle and found a great new home! She now has a rat terrier sister and is very spoiled and loved - 3 legs and all! :)



Oswald (now named "Tuxi") came to us as a 10 pound puppy abandoned at a vet clinic. He was suffering from internal parasites but was quickly rehabilitated and ready to be adopted. He found his dream home with a great family who love him dearly. He is now fully grown and HUGE compared to the small baby we remember saving. He loves his family, playing with his toys, running in his big yard, and is a well adjusted member of their family.



Grandpa Albert is our very special senior boy! He was abandoned in the woods in very bad shape and we took him into our care to get him healthy. Several surgeries and a few months of quality care allowed Albert to feel young again. He stole the heart of his new mom Christina and his new dog brother Beans! Albert now has a loving home where he can live the remainder of his life in happiness! We hope he will have many great years left and we will miss him always!

*Special thanks to Cindy for fostering our grandpa and helping him recover from his years of neglect!*



Lacey came from a shelter in NC where she lived unwanted for many months. When we met Lacey we instantly fell in love. She was so loving and sweet tempered we knew we could find a great home for her. Lacey now lives in a beautiful home with a great family and a new doggy sister. She has her choice of beds to sleep in at night and enjoys relaxing outside next to the pool.



Princeton (now named "Tucker") was born in our rescue only a week after we saved his Mom from a shelter. He grew up in a safe loving environment with his 5 other siblings and he found a great home right away! He has a very devoted "Mom" and "Dad" and they are a very happy family! He is totally spoiled and loves sleeping in his back on the couch! We have enjoyed watching him grow up and we know he has a great life ahead of him.



P. Diddy (now named "Ziggy") was born in our rescue only a week after we saved his Mom from a shelter. He grew up in a safe loving environment with his 5 other siblings and he found a great home right away! He has dedicated owners who spoil him well. Ziggy has an adorable under-bite which makes him even more special!



Paxton was born in our rescue only a week after we saved his Mom from a shelter. He grew up in a safe loving environment with his 5 other siblings and he found a great home right away! He has a large loving family and a great "grandpa dog" as a companion! Paxton was a perfect fit for their family and we are so happy he found them!



Pierre is one of six puppies born into our rescue only one week after we saved their mom from a shelter. His new name is Timmy and he has a doggie sister named Butters! :) His family reports that he is very smart and having a lot of fun with them!



Lucy came to us from a small over crowded shelter in NC where she was out of time. She found her adoptive family just days after we took her in! Her new mom reports that she is incredibly smart and a very fast learner. She has adjusted to her spoiled lifestyle and has a great life ahead of her!



Max is a beautiful husky who had a bad start at life. He grew up attached to a short chain which resulted in him chewing his own tail off due to boredom and frustration. He was taken to the Norfolk SPCA where he was cared for and adopted, but his new family could not provide him with exercise or attention. After escaping their yard he was found by a local gas station who called us for help. After receiving permission to re-home Max, he found the perfect home for him to grow old in. His new dad is an avid soccer player and coach and Max enjoys his new active lifestyle with him. We can tell Max is already spoiled and loving his new life!



Odin is a very special guy who we rescued from a little shelter in Gloucester, VA. He was in pretty bad shape and was missing an eye and we knew he needed more help. After being with us for several months he finally found his forever family. He has a doggie sister and is a very much loved member of the family! We can't wait to get more updates from Odin's family and hear about his new life experiences!



Georgia is our special senior girl who came to us in bad shape. It took several months and several surgeries for us to get her back on track. Shortly after her recovery she found an amazing home with a caring family and fellow dog and cat companions. Georgia Sophia (her new full name) is living the life she deserves and we couldn't be happier for her!



Daphne found herself in a bind when her owners abandoned her at a bus stop. Kind animal lovers took her in and contacted us to help in finding Daphne a safe, loving, permanent home. With many interested families she found herself a dream home with a large loving family that welcomed her into their lives with open arms. She is a great little girl and we know she has a great home where she will be spoiled rotten!



Peanut entered our rescue when he was found wandering the streets alone. When no one came forward to claim him he quickly stole the heart of Candy Cole and her family. He is living the life of luxury with his new parents and doggie brothers! He is completely adored and couldn't have found a better family.

Special thanks to Candy for her continued support of our rescue. You are truly a K9JL Hero!



Kelly Lynn came to us from a very bad "shelter" where she lived for several years. She was suffering from some behavioral issues related to her pent up energy and lack of stimulation. Once we brought her into our foster program Kelly blossomed into a wonderful girl. We did not have any behavioral issues from her and she quickly found a home. She bonded quickly to her new owner and has been a great companion to him.



Benji is enjoying his new life with Mike and his family. Mike reports that one of Benji's favorite games is soccer! We are very happy to see Benji doing so well and wish his family the best!



Bailey is a great little dog who's been adopted by a fantastic lady! He has a great home and owner and we know they will have many great years together! We were so happy that Bailey was able to find a home right before Christmas!



Little Bear was a stray puppy found wandering the streets. He quickly found a great home where he is having a blast and enjoying life! His new name is Brutus and he has a wonderful Mom, Dad, and a doggie sister! We love Brutus and are looking forward to watching him grow up with his new family!



This is Molly! She is our fastest success story ever! We knew exactly who to call when she entered our rescue and was adopted the same day. It's been a perfect match and her family is so happy to have her in their lives.



Siren came to our rescue due to her previous owners not being able to give her the attention she needed. After a few weeks in foster care she found the home of her dreams! Siren was adopted by a loving family with two daughters who spoil her happy! Her new name is Laney and is a loved member of their family and we receive updates frequently.



Titan came to us with an injured leg requiring extensive surgery. After much care and several successful fund raising events we were able to repair his leg. After several weeks of post operative recuperation Titan was able to be placed up for adoption and quickly found a new forever family! He is now living happily in his new home and they couldn't imagine a greater dog for their family!



The K9 Justice League worked with the Norfolk SPCA by fostering two litters of puppies that were too young for adoption. The first litter was a group of lab mix pups and the second group were Rottweiler mix's. We loved all of them so much and they ALL received great adoptive homes!

Rosie, Regina, Rita, and Ralph were 4 little pups who had BIG personalities! They are now living with families of there own! Here are some pics while they were in our foster care :).



Cleavland, Clyde, Bonnie, and Steamer were barely a week old when they entered our care. With a lot of T.L.C. the puppies thrived and grew big and strong. Cleavland and Clyde stole the hearts of Jessica and Tiffany and they decided to make them permanent members of their family! Steamer and Bonnie were adopted by friends of the K9 Justice League and are living wonderful lives of their own!

Here are some pics of them as babies while they were in foster care!

Here are Cleavland and Clyde at one year! :D

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