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If you are interested in Zula or any of our cuties, please fill out the adoption application or if you have questions you can contact us through the website or at


Please note: we do not have a physical facility where the dogs are housed; they are cared for in our wonderful foster network throughout New England. It is our expectation that, once approved, a potential family will meet the dog(s) in the foster setting where they are feeling safe and loved.  

Zula - in Maine!

Most recent update: Dec 2016


Zula is a gorgeous girl, don’t you think? She is a petite and beautiful one year old girl who is 32 lbs. She is a happy young girl with a graceful run as she races around the shelter yard like a gazelle! She leaps high in the air and every day is a new adventure for Zula! She loves to play with tennis balls and she is a great walking companion. She appreciates every ounce of exercise to channel her abundant energy. She would likely be a great running companion or agility or flyball star. She already knows all about agility equipment and she goes up and down the ramps and relaxes under the stairs.  The vets and rescuers think she is a feist mix; her brindle coat is just stunning. She is friendly and sweet to everyone she meets. She is a smart girl who will already sit for a treat and shake hands and loves a new challenge.


Our partner shelter uses the Meet Your Match Evaluation and she qualified as Orange – Goofball- “I’m a fun-loving, happy-all-the-time, glass-is-half full kind of dog looking for someone who loves to laugh and play around. Must have a great sense of humor and some time to spend with me. I’m on a mission to please you.” 


This special girl is waiting to meet you. Zula has been to doggy day care and is having a blast. She is very affectionate and loves to be petted. They have not seen her with children but they think her energy might make her too exuberant for tiny kids but perfect for older ones who will tire her out playing ball.

They tested her with some shelter cats and she chased them. She did not appear aggressive, but playful. In the home environment she has done better with cats and responds well to correction. We realize not all cats want to be pestered.


An active family will just LOVE this girl!