I've found my furever family!


We're happy to tell you that Tootsiehas a new furever home.
Please visit our Available Dogs Page to see the pups currently available.

Meet Tootsie the Tripawd! Tootsie is low-maintenance and mainly likes to lay around the house. She enjoys taking short walks (with breaks) and laying outside observing. She gets around just fine on leash, despite only having three legs.

Some adorable qualities: Tootsie snores when she's sleeping and snorts and growls when she plays. She likes having all the attention on her at times because she's never experienced that before... but she's learning to share the spotlight with her foster siblings!

In a forever home, Tootsie would get along best with a medium-high energy dogs. She's done great around puppies and other adult dogs. A dog who respects personal space when another dog asks for it would be best matched with Tootsie. Sadly, Tootsie cannot live with cats. She’s been around kids ages 9 and up and has done great with them. To be honest, she doesn’t care who she's around as long as she's getting attention or cuddles!

Because she is missing a front leg, she would do best in a home without stairs or hardwood floors (unless there are rugs/runners to help her). We think she'd do okay in a first-floor apartment.

She is crate trained but isn't destructive if she's left in a room, confined with baby gates. She knows "Sit" and takes treats gently. Tootsie is a low-medium energy dog and doesn't cause any trouble. All she asks for is her dog bed and a couple of toys! Tootsie has started professional dog training while in foster care, and her adopters will have the opportunity to continue her training to set her up for success.

We estimate that Tootsie is somewhere between 4-6 years old and weighs about 40 pounds. If you’re interested in adopting, please submit an application and we’ll be in touch ASAP. Her adoption fee is FULLY SPONSORED and comes with FREE continued professional dog training! Tootsie has completed her vet care and can go to her forever home whenever.

A meet with any approved adopter's current pets is required before starting the two-week adoption trial.