The Mission of the Little Guild is to shelter and care for homeless cats and dogs, to find them loving new families, and to support their transition into homes through education and enrichment for both animals and adopters. They also serve the broader community through such programs as reduced-cost spay/neuter and vaccination clinics, a free pet food pantry, and pet-related education events.
The Little Guild, is the only limited admission shelter in northwest Connecticut, was founded in 1960 by Muriel Alvord Ward and Eleanora Kleinschmidt. The current 3,000-square-foot facility accommodates 16 dogs and 25 cats comfortably at any time.
We’re not shocked that Dolly got the name Dolly – as she really is a Doll. She’s a rock star here in the kennel environment, loves to cuddle with staff, and passed her behavior evaluation with flying colors. She is social, sweet, and outgoing. It might take her a moment to warm up, but once she does she’s going to grab your heart and run away with it. Dolly will do best in a home as an only dog because she prefers that one on one attention from her people. She is going to make some lucky family complete.
APPROXIMATE WEIGHT: 50 – POUNDS
ESTIMATED DOB: 07/06/2018
GOOD WITH OTHER DOGS: PREFERS TO BE THE ONLY DOG
GOOD WITH KIDS: 15 & ^
GOOD WITH CATS: UNKNOWN
REQUIRES A FENCE: NO
ACTIVITY LEVEL: MODERATELY ACTIVE
LIKES TO VOCALIZE: AVERAGE
SPECIAL NEEDS: NONE
BREED EXPERIENCE NEEDED: NONE
FREE OBEDIENCE TRAINING IS OFFERED WITH ALL DOG ADOPTIONS