Meet our Adoptables
Duke is a small guy with a huge heart. He is an 11-week-old male black lab mix who is silly and very lovable!
He was rescued with his three siblings and is ready for his forever home.
Duke is working on his potty training, and crate training, and is good with other dogs, and cats
He is up to date on age-appropriate vaccinations and will be neutered as soon as he is old enough.
Daisy is a petite 11-week-old girl with lots of sweetness and a little sass!
She was rescued with her three siblings and is ready for her forever home.
Daisy is working on her potty training, and crate training, and is good with other dogs, and cats
She is up to date on age-appropriate vaccinations, and deworming, and will be spayed as soon as she is old enough.
Seeking a huge-hearted family (or individual) to open their home to Bella. She lost her loving home of 9 years when her dad was put into a nursing home. Sadly, Bella could not go with him.
Bella enjoys naps, laps, short walks, car rides, and watching the world outside. She is a quiet girl who gets along with other dogs, cats, and children.
If you are looking for a sweet senior, Bella is your girl!
Freya is a sweet girl with a deep chocolate-colored coat. She was found as a stray in Tennessee and brought to Glory Bound in May 2022. She is well-behaved, laid back, and has the cutest ears that bounce when she walks. She would be a great couch potato or a walking buddy. Freya does get along with other laid-back dogs.
She is UTD on vaccinations, good in a crate, good on a leash, and eager to please.
Crockett is an absolute sweetheart. He is 4 years old and was not treated very kindly in his past. He was starving and very shy when he came to us. He is opening up and learning to love again. He has become best friends with a husky mix girl we rescued named, Bailey. If possible, we would love to see them adopted together.
Bingo is a happy-go-lucky, active boy, who is approximately 10 months old, male collie mix. He is to update on shots, heartworm negative, neutered. Bingo does get along with other dogs his size and larger.
He never has accidents in his kennel at the sanctuary.
He loves car rides!
Our beautiful Pippa was dumped at the kill-pen in 2020. She is now pen to perfect and ready to find her forever home. She is an approx 15-year-old QH type mare and stands about 14.3 hands. She is sound and has a good head on her shoulders. She ties, loads, and stands for the vet and farrier. Worked western at our facility. She would make a great companion for an intermediate rider or above.