We often care for dogs that need special circumstances for adoption. Here are

 our current special needs dogs that are looking for their forever home:

 

 

Meet Dulche. This little cutie has come a long way in our care thanks to our dedicated volunteers!  Dulche is a Chihuahua mix and is about 5 years old. He is already neutered and housetrained. Dulche loves to run in the park and loves to get treats. He is constantly learning how to be a real dog, he has been sniffing his surroundings more and wanting to chase squirrels. He is quite frightened of children, so he needs a home with no kids. He does not get along with high energy dogs, so he would prefer to be the only dog. But we feel he could also live in a home with another low energy dog. Dulche has been with us for over a year and is hoping you will you give him a second chance at a wonderful life!

 

Say "Hello" to Froto.  Froto came to us from puppy mill conditions and is learning to live life as a normal dog. He is a bit shy, but bonds with people that are patient and allow him to warm up on his terms. He needs a home with lots of patience and owners willing to spend time to teach him that human touch is a good thing. Froto would do best in a home with no children.

 

 

This is Wookie. Wookie has been with us since the beginning. Literally, since Natalie's Second Chance was founded, Wookie has been here. He has his own little "apartment" and is quite cozy in it. However, we know he would be happier in a loving home with lots of patience and people willing to help him learn to be a real dog. He came to us from a puppy mill, so he needs continuous rehabilitation. He is very nervous in new surroundings, so patience is a key when working with Wookie. He does not have an aggressive bone in his body, but would probably do best in a home with no children or other dogs, just because of his nervous behavior.  

 

 Introducing Bennie. Bennie came to us a while ago, was adopted, and then returned to us. He is a terrier mix and is a totally different dog outside of his kennel. He seems slightly aggressive in the kennel, but outside of the kennel he is a sweetheart and will crack you up!  He is a very smart little guy and picks up training easily. A home without children would probably be best for him. He seems to get along with other dogs fine. We hope you will give him a second chance at a great life!

 

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