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Rayne

Female Puppy Australian Cattle Dog (mixed)

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Barrett - Adoption Pending

Samoyed

NO LONGER ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS ***********ADOPTION PENDING ************* Barrett has beautiful brown eyes. He looks like a lab right n... show more

NO LONGER ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS ***********ADOPTION PENDING ************* Barrett has beautiful brown eyes. He looks like a lab right now, so not sure who his dad is. He also has double dewclaws on each hind leg which could indicate he has Icelandic Sheepdog in his distant DNA.*************** 8 furry, friendly and loveable puppies for adoption. Although some were not so happy during their photo sessions. They were born on October 20th. Mom is a Buhund (spitz) mix and she is 35lbs. We believe the puppies are Samoyed /Norwegian Buhund (Spitz) mixes. A wonderful and unusual breed mix. They came from a hoarding case. Since there could be multiple fathers in this litter it is hard to estimate size at adulthood. Potential fathers could be Samoyed, Spitz, Lab, Husky, Mountain Cur or Cattle Dog. Those were the males in the house. About the Potential Breeds: Samoyeds are such friendly dogs and they often love being in a family environment. With the right socialization, they are usually great with children and will be very loyal to the whole family Samoyeds' friendly and affable disposition makes them poor guard dogs; an aggressive Samoyed is rare. The breed is characterized by an alert and happy expression, which has earned the nicknames “Sammie smile”, and "smiley dog". Norwegian Buhund, a Nordic spitz-type closely associated with the Vikings, is a medium-sized cold-weather worker adept at herding and guarding. As family dogs, Buhunds are smart, affectionate, and steadfastly devoted.  With all that being said...These puppies are really the best breed of all, Mutts. There are possibly many breeds in their DNA. There is also a possibility of different fathers. Coming from a hoarding case, many dogs were in the house.   We do require a fenced in yard , no invisible fences, and someone who is home during the day to offer a puppy the training and companionship they need, and no children in the home under 7 years of age. Please refer to our adoption info page for more information on adoption criteria.  Puppies are up to date on vaccinations, microchipped. The puppies are scheduled to be spayed/neutered on Jan 13th. If you do not want to wait that long to take your puppy home you can sign a spay/neuter agreement and have your puppy fixed at your expense.  The earliest they can leave for adoption would be December 20th when they are 8 weeks old. Spay/neuter is mandatory before they are 6 months old. If you would like us to hold a certain puppy until adoption day, you can put down a $50 deposit. If you would like to meet the puppies first, Meet and Greets will not be scheduled until December 20 when they are 8 weeks old, and the only puppies that will be available are those we have not taken deposits on. Deposits and Meet and Greets are scheduled after your application has been approved.  To get started please take our adoption assessment quiz on our website www.indianasaveadog.com/adopt-available-dogs-1 show less

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Baxter - Adoption Pending

Husky

NO LONGER ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS ***************ADOPTION PENDING *************** Baxter is a beautiful boy with his Tan, Brown and Black... show more

NO LONGER ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS ***************ADOPTION PENDING *************** Baxter is a beautiful boy with his Tan, Brown and Black markings. He has Blue eyes and a slight curl to his tail.  He also has double dewclaws on each hind leg which could indicate he has Icelandic Sheepdog in his distant DNA.  We don't think his dad is a Samoyed like many of the other puppies in the litter. His dad might be a Husky or Aussie Shepherd. Yes it is common for litters to have different fathers. He is a calm go with the flow kind of guy. The photo session did not scare him at all. He sat quietly, unlike most of the others and just seemed to " strike a pose" . ******************* 8 furry, friendly and loveable puppies for adoption. Although some were not so happy during their photo sessions. They were born on October 20th. Mom is a Buhund (spitz) mix and she is 35lbs. We believe that some of the puppies are Samoyed /Norwegian Buhund (Spitz) mixes. A wonderful and unusual breed mix. They came from a hoarding case. Since there could be multiple fathers in this litter it is hard to estimate size at adulthood. Potential fathers could be Samoyed, Spitz, Lab, Husky, Mountain Cur or Cattle Dog. Those were the males in the house. Mom is a Norwegian Buhund mix, a Nordic spitz-type closely associated with the Vikings, is a medium-sized cold-weather worker adept at herding and guarding. As family dogs, Buhunds are smart, affectionate, and steadfastly devoted.  With all that being said...These puppies are really the best breed of all, Mutts. There are possibly many breeds in their DNA. There is also a possibility of different fathers. Coming from a hoarding case, many dogs were in the house.   We do require a fenced in yard , no invisible fences, and someone who is home during the day to offer a puppy the training and companionship they need, and no children in the home under 7 years of age. Please refer to our adoption info page for more information on adoption criteria.  Puppies are up to date on vaccinations, microchipped. The puppies are scheduled to be spayed/neutered on Jan 13th. If you do not want to wait that long to take your puppy home you can sign a spay/neuter agreement and have your puppy fixed at your expense.  The earliest they can leave for adoption would be December 20th when they are 8 weeks old. Spay/neuter is mandatory before they are 6 months old. If you would like us to hold a certain puppy until adoption day, you can put down a $50 deposit. If you would like to meet the puppies first, Meet and Greets will not be scheduled until December 20 when they are 8 weeks old, and the only puppies that will be available are those we have not taken deposits on. Deposits and Meet and Greets are scheduled after your application has been approved.  To get started please take our adoption assessment quiz on our website www.indianasaveadog.com/adopt-available-dogs-1 show less

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Benjamin - Adoption Pending

Samoyed

NO LONGER ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS *****************ADOPTION PENDING************* Benjamin is the smallest of the 8, however it doesn't me... show more

NO LONGER ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS *****************ADOPTION PENDING************* Benjamin is the smallest of the 8, however it doesn't mean he will be the smallest when he is full grown. Adult size is hard to determine. He has beautiful blue eyes, and a slightly curled up tail. He also has double dewclaws on each hind leg which could indicate he has Icelandic Sheepdog in his distant DNA ************ 8 furry, friendly and loveable puppies for adoption. Although some were not so happy during their photo sessions. They were born on October 20th. Mom is a Buhund (spitz) mix and she is 35lbs. We believe the puppies are Samoyed /Norwegian Buhund (Spitz) mixes. A wonderful and unusual breed mix. They came from a hoarding case. Since there could be multiple fathers in this litter it is hard to estimate size at adulthood. Potential fathers could be Samoyed, Spitz, Lab, Husky, Mountain Cur or Cattle Dog. Those were the males in the house. About the Potential Breeds: Samoyeds are such friendly dogs and they often love being in a family environment. With the right socialization, they are usually great with children and will be very loyal to the whole family Samoyeds' friendly and affable disposition makes them poor guard dogs; an aggressive Samoyed is rare. The breed is characterized by an alert and happy expression, which has earned the nicknames “Sammie smile”, and "smiley dog". Norwegian Buhund, a Nordic spitz-type closely associated with the Vikings, is a medium-sized cold-weather worker adept at herding and guarding. As family dogs, Buhunds are smart, affectionate, and steadfastly devoted.  With all that being said...These puppies are really the best breed of all, Mutts. There are possibly many breeds in their DNA. There is also a possibility of different fathers. Coming from a hoarding case, many dogs were in the house.   We do require a fenced in yard , no invisible fences, and someone who is home during the day to offer a puppy the training and companionship they need, and no children in the home under 7 years of age. Please refer to our adoption info page for more information on adoption criteria.  Puppies are up to date on vaccinations, microchipped. The puppies are scheduled to be spayed/neutered on Jan 13th. If you do not want to wait that long to take your puppy home you can sign a spay/neuter agreement and have your puppy fixed at your expense.  The earliest they can leave for adoption would be December 20th when they are 8 weeks old. Spay/neuter is mandatory before they are 6 months old. If you would like us to hold a certain puppy until adoption day, you can put down a $50 deposit. If you would like to meet the puppies first, Meet and Greets will not be scheduled until December 20 when they are 8 weeks old, and the only puppies that will be available are those we have not taken deposits on. Deposits and Meet and Greets are scheduled after your application has been approved.  To get started please take our adoption assessment quiz on our website www.indianasaveadog.com/adopt-available-dogs-1 show less

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Bentley

Samoyed

Bentley has blue eyes. One eye is a bit smaller than the other, and the rim is pink/albino. It appears he has good vision in both eyes.... show more

Bentley has blue eyes. One eye is a bit smaller than the other, and the rim is pink/albino. It appears he has good vision in both eyes. He is a beautiful white with grey color on his ears and back. He looks like he may also have Lab and Aussie Shepherd, Samoyed in his DNA***************.  8 furry, friendly and loveable puppies for adoption. Although some were not so happy during their photo sessions. They were born on October 20th. Mom is a Buhund (spitz) mix and she is 35lbs. We believe the puppies are Samoyed /Norwegian Buhund (Spitz) mixes. A wonderful and unusual breed mix. They came from a hoarding case. Since there could be multiple fathers in this litter it is hard to estimate size at adulthood. Potential fathers could be Samoyed, Spitz, Lab, Husky, Mountain Cur or Cattle Dog. Those were the males in the house. About the Potential Breeds: Samoyeds are such friendly dogs and they often love being in a family environment. With the right socialization, they are usually great with children and will be very loyal to the whole family Samoyeds' friendly and affable disposition makes them poor guard dogs; an aggressive Samoyed is rare. The breed is characterized by an alert and happy expression, which has earned the nicknames “Sammie smile”, and "smiley dog". Norwegian Buhund, a Nordic spitz-type closely associated with the Vikings, is a medium-sized cold-weather worker adept at herding and guarding. As family dogs, Buhunds are smart, affectionate, and steadfastly devoted.  With all that being said...These puppies are really the best breed of all, Mutts. There are possibly many breeds in their DNA. There is also a possibility of different fathers. Coming from a hoarding case, many dogs were in the house.   We do require a fenced in yard , no invisible fences, and someone who is home during the day to offer a puppy the training and companionship they need, and no children in the home under 7 years of age. Please refer to our adoption info page for more information on adoption criteria.  Puppies are up to date on vaccinations, microchipped. The puppies are scheduled to be spayed/neutered on Jan 13th. If you do not want to wait that long to take your puppy home you can sign a spay/neuter agreement and have your puppy fixed at your expense.  The earliest they can leave for adoption would be December 20th when they are 8 weeks old. Spay/neuter is mandatory before they are 6 months old. If you would like us to hold a certain puppy until adoption day, you can put down a $50 deposit. If you would like to meet the puppies first, Meet and Greets will not be scheduled until December 20 when they are 8 weeks old, and the only puppies that will be available are those we have not taken deposits on. Deposits and Meet and Greets are scheduled after your application has been approved.  To get started please take our adoption assessment quiz on our website www.indianasaveadog.com/adopt-available-dogs-1 show less

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Berta

Australian Cattle Dog

Berta is a small girl with dark brown eyes. She looks alot like the Buhund and maybe dad is a cattle dog? A pug?? Let's just say Mutt.  ... show more

Berta is a small girl with dark brown eyes. She looks alot like the Buhund and maybe dad is a cattle dog? A pug?? Let's just say Mutt.   Yes it is common for litters to have different fathers. *********** 8 furry, friendly and loveable puppies for adoption. Although some were not so happy during their photo sessions. They were born on October 20th. Mom is a Buhund (spitz) mix and she is 35lbs. We believe that some of the puppies are Samoyed /Norwegian Buhund (Spitz) mixes. A wonderful and unusual breed mix. They came from a hoarding case. Since there could be multiple fathers in this litter it is hard to estimate size at adulthood. Potential fathers could be Samoyed, Spitz, Lab, Husky, Mountain Cur or Cattle Dog. Those were the males in the house. Mom is a Norwegian Buhund mix, a Nordic spitz-type closely associated with the Vikings, is a medium-sized cold-weather worker adept at herding and guarding. As family dogs, Buhunds are smart, affectionate, and steadfastly devoted.  With all that being said...These puppies are really the best breed of all, Mutts. There are possibly many breeds in their DNA. There is also a possibility of different fathers. Coming from a hoarding case, many dogs were in the house.   We do require a fenced in yard , no invisible fences, and someone who is home during the day to offer a puppy the training and companionship they need, and no children in the home under 7 years of age. Please refer to our adoption info page for more information on adoption criteria.  Puppies are up to date on vaccinations, microchipped. The puppies are scheduled to be spayed/neutered on Jan 13th. If you do not want to wait that long to take your puppy home you can sign a spay/neuter agreement and have your puppy fixed at your expense.  The earliest they can leave for adoption would be December 20th when they are 8 weeks old. Spay/neuter is mandatory before they are 6 months old. If you would like us to hold a certain puppy until adoption day, you can put down a $50 deposit. If you would like to meet the puppies first, Meet and Greets will not be scheduled until December 20 when they are 8 weeks old, and the only puppies that will be available are those we have not taken deposits on. Deposits and Meet and Greets are scheduled after your application has been approved.  To get started please take our adoption assessment quiz on our website www.indianasaveadog.com/adopt-available-dogs-1 show less

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Bette

Australian Cattle Dog

Bette is a small girl with dark brown eyes. She looks alot like the Buhund and maybe dad is a cattle dog? A pug?? Let's just say Mutt. ... show more

Bette is a small girl with dark brown eyes. She looks alot like the Buhund and maybe dad is a cattle dog? A pug?? Let's just say Mutt.  Yes it is common for litters to have different fathers. Bette also has double dewclaws on each hind leg which could indicate Icelandic Sheepdog in her distant DNA.********** 8 furry, friendly and loveable puppies for adoption. Although some were not so happy during their photo sessions. They were born on October 20th. Mom is a Buhund (spitz) mix and she is 35lbs. We believe that some of the puppies are Samoyed /Norwegian Buhund (Spitz) mixes. A wonderful and unusual breed mix. They came from a hoarding case. Since there could be multiple fathers in this litter it is hard to estimate size at adulthood. Potential fathers could be Samoyed, Spitz, Lab, Husky, Mountain Cur or Cattle Dog. Those were the males in the house. Mom is a Norwegian Buhund mix, a Nordic spitz-type closely associated with the Vikings, is a medium-sized cold-weather worker adept at herding and guarding. As family dogs, Buhunds are smart, affectionate, and steadfastly devoted.  With all that being said...These puppies are really the best breed of all, Mutts. There are possibly many breeds in their DNA. There is also a possibility of different fathers. Coming from a hoarding case, many dogs were in the house.   We do require a fenced in yard , no invisible fences, and someone who is home during the day to offer a puppy the training and companionship they need, and no children in the home under 7 years of age. Please refer to our adoption info page for more information on adoption criteria.  Puppies are up to date on vaccinations, microchipped. The puppies are scheduled to be spayed/neutered on Jan 13th. If you do not want to wait that long to take your puppy home you can sign a spay/neuter agreement and have your puppy fixed at your expense.  The earliest they can leave for adoption would be December 20th when they are 8 weeks old. Spay/neuter is mandatory before they are 6 months old. If you would like us to hold a certain puppy until adoption day, you can put down a $50 deposit. If you would like to meet the puppies first, Meet and Greets will not be scheduled until December 20 when they are 8 weeks old, and the only puppies that will be available are those we have not taken deposits on. Deposits and Meet and Greets are scheduled after your application has been approved.  To get started please take our adoption assessment quiz on our website www.indianasaveadog.com/adopt-available-dogs-1 show less

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Bree - Adoption Pending

Samoyed

NO LONGER ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS *********************ADOPTION PENDING **************** Bree has beautiful blue eyes with Tan and White... show more

NO LONGER ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS *********************ADOPTION PENDING **************** Bree has beautiful blue eyes with Tan and White Markings. If you didn't know better you would think she is a lab. Who knows really. The lab in the house could be daddy. *********** 8 furry, friendly and loveable puppies for adoption. Although some were not so happy during their photo sessions. They were born on October 20th. Mom is a Buhund (spitz) mix and she is 35lbs. We believe the puppies are Samoyed /Norwegian Buhund (Spitz) mixes. A wonderful and unusual breed mix. They came from a hoarding case. Since there could be multiple fathers in this litter it is hard to estimate size at adulthood. Potential fathers could be Samoyed, Spitz, Lab, Husky, Mountain Cur or Cattle Dog. Those were the males in the house. About the Potential Breeds: Samoyeds are such friendly dogs and they often love being in a family environment. With the right socialization, they are usually great with children and will be very loyal to the whole family Samoyeds' friendly and affable disposition makes them poor guard dogs; an aggressive Samoyed is rare. The breed is characterized by an alert and happy expression, which has earned the nicknames “Sammie smile”, and "smiley dog". Norwegian Buhund, a Nordic spitz-type closely associated with the Vikings, is a medium-sized cold-weather worker adept at herding and guarding. As family dogs, Buhunds are smart, affectionate, and steadfastly devoted.  With all that being said...These puppies are really the best breed of all, Mutts. There are possibly many breeds in their DNA. There is also a possibility of different fathers. Coming from a hoarding case, many dogs were in the house.   We do require a fenced in yard , no invisible fences, and someone who is home during the day to offer a puppy the training and companionship they need, and no children in the home under 7 years of age. Please refer to our adoption info page for more information on adoption criteria.  Puppies are up to date on vaccinations, microchipped. The puppies are scheduled to be spayed/neutered on Jan 13th. If you do not want to wait that long to take your puppy home you can sign a spay/neuter agreement and have your puppy fixed at your expense.  The earliest they can leave for adoption would be December 20th when they are 8 weeks old. Spay/neuter is mandatory before they are 6 months old. If you would like us to hold a certain puppy until adoption day, you can put down a $50 deposit. If you would like to meet the puppies first, Meet and Greets will not be scheduled until December 20 when they are 8 weeks old, and the only puppies that will be available are those we have not taken deposits on. Deposits and Meet and Greets are scheduled after your application has been approved.  To get started please take our adoption assessment quiz on our website www.indianasaveadog.com/adopt-available-dogs-1 show less

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Briggs

Samoyed

Briggs is one beautiful puppy. He has one brown eye and one blue eye. He has a cute curly tail. He also has double dewclaws on each hind... show more

Briggs is one beautiful puppy. He has one brown eye and one blue eye. He has a cute curly tail. He also has double dewclaws on each hind leg which could indicate he has Icelandic Sheepdog in his distant DNA *********** 8 furry, friendly and loveable puppies for adoption. Although some were not so happy during their photo sessions. They were born on October 20th. Mom is a Buhund (spitz) mix and she is 35lbs. We believe the puppies are Samoyed /Norwegian Buhund (Spitz) mixes. A wonderful and unusual breed mix. They came from a hoarding case. Since there could be multiple fathers in this litter it is hard to estimate size at adulthood. Potential fathers could be Samoyed, Spitz, Lab, Husky, Mountain Cur or Cattle Dog. Those were the males in the house. About the Potential Breeds: Samoyeds are such friendly dogs and they often love being in a family environment. With the right socialization, they are usually great with children and will be very loyal to the whole family Samoyeds' friendly and affable disposition makes them poor guard dogs; an aggressive Samoyed is rare. The breed is characterized by an alert and happy expression, which has earned the nicknames “Sammie smile”, and "smiley dog". Norwegian Buhund, a Nordic spitz-type closely associated with the Vikings, is a medium-sized cold-weather worker adept at herding and guarding. As family dogs, Buhunds are smart, affectionate, and steadfastly devoted.  With all that being said...These puppies are really the best breed of all, Mutts. There are possibly many breeds in their DNA. There is also a possibility of different fathers. Coming from a hoarding case, many dogs were in the house.   We do require a fenced in yard , no invisible fences, and someone who is home during the day to offer a puppy the training and companionship they need, and no children in the home under 7 years of age. Please refer to our adoption info page for more information on adoption criteria.  Puppies are up to date on vaccinations, microchipped. The puppies are scheduled to be spayed/neutered on Jan 13th. If you do not want to wait that long to take your puppy home you can sign a spay/neuter agreement and have your puppy fixed at your expense.  The earliest they can leave for adoption would be December 20th when they are 8 weeks old. Spay/neuter is mandatory before they are 6 months old. If you would like us to hold a certain puppy until adoption day, you can put down a $50 deposit. If you would like to meet the puppies first, Meet and Greets will not be scheduled until December 20 when they are 8 weeks old, and the only puppies that will be available are those we have not taken deposits on. Deposits and Meet and Greets are scheduled after your application has been approved.  To get started please take our adoption assessment quiz on our website www.indianasaveadog.com/adopt-available-dogs-1 show less