Companion Connection

Available Dogs

Below are available dogs at the sanctuary ready for immediate adoption.† Potential adoptive parents will need a fenced yard, a completed application and the understanding that references will be checked and a home visit conducted.


"The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated...

I hold that, the more helpless a creature, the more entitled it is to protection by man from the cruelty of man." -Mahatma Gandhi-



Author Unknown


I am your dog, and I have a little something I'd like to whisper in your ear.


I know that you humans lead busy lives.†


Some have to work, some have children to raise.


I always seems like you are running here and there, often much too fast, often never noticing the truly grand things in life.


Look down at me now, while you sit there at your computer.† See the way my dark brown eyes look right at yours?† They may be slightly cloudy now.† That comes with age. The gray hairs are beginning to ring my soft muzzle.


You smile at me; I see love in your eyes.† What do you see in mine?† Do you see spirit?† A soul inside, who loves you as no other could in the world?† A spirit that would forgive all trespasses of prior wrong doing for just a simple moment of your time?†


That is all I ask.


To slow down, if even for a few minutes to be with me.



We are a non profit

organization.† Please make a tax deductible† donation† today!

Remember, adopting a companion animal is a life-long commitment and not just a whim of an idea.† Be sure you are ready to commit your time, energy and home to your new forever companion.

Adopting a Rescue Dog by Jessica L. Chambers


When you apply to adopt a rescue dog, you are not buying a dog. You are applying for a job. A very long, important job. Each job is different as each dog is different. If you donít get the job, it wasnít the right job for you. Donít give up. Apply for another job until you find the one thatís right for you.

The job isnít a sinecure. Itís gonna have perks but itís gonna have drawbacks, too. If you really love the job youíll invest in continuing education so you wonít find yourself incapable of doing the job as it changes with time. Youíll show up to work on the hard days. Youíll be a company gal/guy.

One day the job might require you to work a shift that breaks your heart. Youíll have to perform a duty that will break your heart. One day the job WILL end and that will break your heart. Show up to work anyway.

Youíre not buying a dog. Youíre applying for the greatest job Iíve ever had. (No, I donít have kids lol)

Notice:† we have recently moved from Texas to Arkansas and are still settling in.† We have not started up rescue, adoptions or courtesy posts as yet.†

If you donít see what youíre looking for here, try our Courtesy Listings!