Dog of the Month

Dog of the Month

Hello, my name is Sable!


This pretty lady is very timid, but VERY sweet! She weighs about 25 lbs and is around 1-2 years old. Sable seems to do best in an all-female household that is quiet with little traffic/visitors - the commotion stresses her out. She LOVES sleeping, but also enjoys car rides, baths and is learning to love toys! We know Sable needs a very special home, but if you give her time to bond she will definitely open up and begin to show her sweet, cuddly side. 

Are you looking for a new furry family member? 
Sable is ready for the next chapter in her life! Let's find her the forever home she deserves.

Sable is being cared for by New Leash on Life Dog Rescue.
To adopt her, visit her profile page or


Finding Homes for Home's Best Friend
| With more than 20,000 dogs already adopted, Coldwell Banker continues its Home For Dogs Project.

Nothing compares to the warmth and comfort of being at home. But for many dogs across America, this feeling is foreign.
According to The Humane Society, between six and eight million dogs and cats enter shelters each year. Plus, almost three million healthy shelter pets are not adopted annually, and only about 30 percent of pets in homes come from shelters or rescues.

These sobering facts are what served as the inspiration for the Coldwell Banker Homes for Dogs Project. After more than 100 years of helping people find homes, the real estate company extended its mission to man’s best friend with its “Homes for Dogs Project.” By partnering with, North America’s largest non-profit pet adoption website, the Coldwell Banker network has helped to find more than 20,000 dogs their furever homes. currently has more than 15,000 shelters and rescues in its network, and it is thrilled to be partnering with Coldwell Banker.

“We share Coldwell Banker’s view that nothing turns a house into a home more quickly than the addition of a loving pet,” said Abbie Moore, executive director of “And we are so inspired by the desire of Coldwell Banker to launch this amazing program.”

Americans love their dogs! More US Households have dogs than have children – and people consider their dogs to be a part of the family. When you tie your business to an initiative that helps dogs in need, you can spark an emotional connection with your existing and potential client. Plus, much of the rental inventory is not pet-friendly, so the ability to have pets – especially dogs – is an obvious advantage to homeownership.

And the best part is, you don’t have to be a pet adoption expert or even an expert event planner! The shelters in the network are experts at running adoption events. All you have to do is find a participating shelter in your area and reach out to find out how you can help them.

For more information on the “Homes for Dogs Project,” head to

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