Adoptable Dogs

For additional information, please click on the picture of the Shar-Pei you are interested in. All of our dogs receive a medical examination which includes a 4D Snap Test to check for Heartworms, Ehrlichiosis, Lyme and Anaplasmosis and are spayed/neutered. They are also vaccinated and receive other medical treatments they may require. For more on our adoption process, please click here.

MaiMai (#578-16)

MaiMai came into Fairfax County Animal Shelter as a stray.   She’s very fearful,  probably due to her limited vision and is scheduled for corrective eye surgery & spaying.  Once comfortable, a very loving young girl who needs a loving home.  She is 50 lbs.  

Update (3/2/17): Mai Mai would do best as the only dog in the home and an experience Shar Pei owner. 

Update (12/31/16): MaiMai has found a foster in Annapolis. Still looking for her forever home!

Update (12/10/16); She still needs a foster or forever home.  She’s 6 years old and had a rough previous life and could use a loving home and someone to snuggle up with. 

Update (11/02/2016): Mai Mai had work done on her eyes and is a sweet loving girl that could use a foster home.

Zena

My name is Zena, but I'm affectionately known as Zena Bean. Wagging my tail is my absolute favorite thing to do; and it's contagious, too! When my foster mommy gets excited, she even does a "zena wag" herself. I am an amazingly cute pug and shar pei mix. I am approximately 3 years old and I simply ADORE all people. I enjoy walks and even jogging with my foster mom. I am fully vetted, crate trained and house trained. Did I mention I smile all time? That's because I love to be with my people. And, I am great with kids!
 

Hampton (#592-17)

Hampton is a 3 yr old male, 52 pounds, and growing (up from 46 when taken off the streets of Puerto Rico).  Friendly with other dogs once he gets to know them.  Good with children and adults. His right front leg has a curve to it.     X-rays have the vet saying it was either a birth defect, or an untreated fracture as a puppy.  He does not appear to be in pain and does not let that stop him from his walks.