adoptable dog

“Thank you for being a friend
Traveled down a road and back again
Your heart is true, you’re a pal and a confidant”

Yes, these Golden Girls want to thank you. Please help them find their forever home for their golden years.


One dog is good, BUT two is always better!!! So look no further and bring home this cute pair.
You can help change the life of these very deserving dogs either by adopting them yourself or sharing their details with your friends!!


Dorothy and Rose are a bonded pair of older ladies. They are Chow mixes. Their age is unknown but they are probably around 8 years young.


They are very sweet and friendly—good with dogs, kids, and strangers. They seem content to just hang out and calmly watch the world go by.


Dorothy and Rose have been in a shelter for the last two years. Before that, they were chained up in someone’s yard. Considering all of this, these dogs have amazing temperaments and are very well social. They are doing amazing with potty training and are adjusting well to home life with their wonderful foster.


Dorothy and Rose are working on their basic obedience while they are in foster care and their adoption includes 1–2 private training lessons to help you start your life with them on the right foot.


They are getting spoiled and being shown lots more love from their foster family in Bloomington, IN, while waiting for her forever family. Please spread the word about this great adoptable dog.


Some more pictures of the ladies


To learn more:

To adopt Dorothy and Rose, please contact Mannered Mutts Rescue! Their adoption fee will be $250 and they are only being adopted as a pair. 

And remember if they get adopted in June, Dylan & Rainey will match the adoption fees paid for them to Mannered Mutts Rescue!!

We will keep you updated throughout the month with updates and photos on social media, so make sure to follow us!


Mannered Mutts Rescue

Their mission statement is “training saves lives.” Training is a big focus of the rescue. All fosters receive professional training to set them up for success. They seek to help homeless animals get the medical care, training, and temporary foster homes they need until a family is found to adopt them. This organization is also working to help spay, neuter, and vaccinate uncontained and stray animals in and around the Southern Indiana area. The rescue strives to educate the community on responsible dog ownership, advocating for their dogs, how to prevent dog bites, and the importance of having their dogs trained. They aspire for a world where no dogs go without a home. The rescue aims to be a leading voice in the Midwest, and hopes to inspire others to incorporate training into their rescue programs.