Dogs at The Steele County Humane Society

All of our adoptable dogs are vet checked, spayed/neutered, vaccinated, dewormed, and tested negative for heartworm. Please call 507-451-4512 or email us at Information@steelecountyhumanesociety.org to meet any of these dogs in their foster home.

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ANNIE
Annie is a female brown and white Boxer mix born approximately November 18, 2012 and weighs 39 pounds. She is a very loving dog who gets along with small and big dogs and cats. She plays well with kids. Annie is a fast learner, mild mannered, house trained, leash trained and knows what a kennel is. Annie is an indoor dog. She has a bit of anxiety and does not like to be alone so she needs to go to a forever that has another dog - she loves to play and loves the attention. AS (14131-DOS)
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LOKI
Loki is a black and brown male Heeler mix born approximately January 19, 2014. This boy will make some family a great companion. PROS: Loves to cuddle, very friendly, energetic, kennels okay (may bark a bit but will settle down), loves other dogs, okay with cats (he ignores house cat), and great with kids (may accidentally knock over smaller ones but not on purpose). He listens when you tell him to stop doing something - he will be easy to train because he is so willing to obey. CONS:Can be skittish if you approach him too fast and likes to chew a bit... give him a bone or chew toy and he is fine. DD (14132 DOS)
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MIA DUNCAN HANDSOME!
Mia is a Min Pin mix born approximately March 11th, 2013 and weighs around 20 pounds. Mia came from a hoarding situation but was rescued in time for her to have her babies. All of Mia's babies have found homes of their own so now it is Mia's turn! She is a very sweet girl who bonded very quickly with her foster mom. She is a little leery of men, but with lots of patience on the part of her foster dad, Mia has warmed up to him! She will need a home who is patient and understanding of Mia's need for time to adjust to new situations. Mia is crate trained, and gets along well with the dogs and cats in her foster home. We believe she will do well with children as well. Any family will be lucky to have Mia as a member of their family! C&AL (14084 DOS) Duncan is a beautiful brindle Greyhound or Whippet mix who was born around May 13th, 2013. Duncan came to us from a high kill shelter in Oklahoma and it quickly became apparent that Duncan was not treated very well while he was in the shelter. Thanks to a wonderful foster home in Oklahoma, Duncan was pulled from that shelter on the day that was to be his last. Duncan is still scared of new situations so he will need a patient and understanding home who will give him the time he needs to adjust. Duncan loves being with other dogs and does very well at the dog park. Duncan is crate trained and in fact his crate is his 'safe place' and he even knows how to open the door (if it is just shut, not latched) so he can go in it when he needs to. Duncan also knows how to sit, wait for his food, and back up. We believe Duncan would be happiest in a home without small children as loud voices and sudden movements scare him. We also believe that once Duncan settles into his new home, he will be a wonderful companion! C&AL (14054 DOS)
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MOLLY
Molly is a 68 pound Boxer mix born approximately May 20, 2010. She likes to fetch and play tug of war - she will lay the rope toy in your lap to get your attention - and she will also catch toys. Molly knows sit, is crate trained and housebroken. She loves getting her rump scratched. Molly is quiet and does pretty well with other dogs. /td> AC (14130 DOS)
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BRAM CUTE! SINGLE AND AVAILABLE
Bram, short for Abraham, is a 16 lb., 9 year old (D.O.B. May 27th, 2005) tan Chihuahua/Terrier mix. Bram is not very active, and enjoys sleeping away much of the day. Bram is an easy-keeper, he is not real demanding, just let him settle in and earn your trust and you'll have a friend for life. We would prefer to place Bram in a home with no young children. DD(14062 DS)