Donate to LTBHS
Donations are crucial to ensuring that every animal who comes through our doors receives exceptional care. Please become a member or make a donation today.
Adopt a Dog
My name is Monty and I'm a one-year-old yellow Labrador Retriever who just became available for adoption! As you can tell from my picture, I'm a real cutie and I hope it won't be long until I find my forever home. If you like labs, I hope you'll take a chance on me. I promise I'll be the best dog ever.
Adopt a Cat
Estelle is a beautiful one-year-old domestic long-haired cat who just became available for adoption. She is very loving and ready to share that love with a forever family. Learn more about Estelle and all of the other fantastic felines available for adoption at www.ltbhs.com.
Will spay 1 female dog (last year we spayed 105 shelter dogs)
Will pay for 22 micro-chips (last year we micro-chipped 432 shelter animals)
Will purchase 3 bags of dog food (last year we bought 144 bags of food)
|Ruff-to-Ready Scholarship Program|
Getting off on the right “paw” with a new family can make or break a successful adoption.
Realizing that training is a wonderful way to bond and learn to communicate at both ends of the leash, former LTBHS board member, Jack Ready, and his wife, Mary, created the Ruff-to-Ready Scholarship to allow each shelter dog the opportunity to attend a basic obedience class with his/her new owner and a LTBHS dog trainer.
The scholarship covers the cost for each dog to participate, which is roughly $100.
The Readys had a vested interest in obedience training for dogs. They had a wonderful experience training their own dog, Rocky, and they felt it was extremely important to extend this opportunity to the dogs who need it most: those at the shelter.
Zeus' story epitomizes the importance of the Ruff-to-Ready Program and its necessity to continue. As stewards for homeless animals, we feel it is our obligation to give them every opportunity to succeed, and there is no doubt this program is beneficial to many: LTBHS, new families, and most importantly, the dogs who have now found their forever homes.
Please help us continue to offer this important service to the many dogs who come through our shelter.