Available Dogs - Northeast

Please visit our adoption page to read about applying for a New Spirit dog.  The link to the application is at the bottom of that page.
Our fee is $250 and dogs come spayed or neutered and up to date on basic shots except under unusual circumstances.  See the adoption page for more detail on what vetting is done.

Many times, a dog on this page will already be adopted by the time we process your application. If a dog you were looking at no longer appears on this page, please check our "Happy Endings" page to see if they've been adopted.
Don't wait until you see the dog of your dreams to put in an application!
Coming Attractions: 
The dogs in Coming Attractions are not yet available but if you see one that interests you, please submit an application now to allow time for processing.
Hold: These dogs in the New Spirit program are currently undergoing medical treatment or behavioral                                    assessment.  No applications are being accepted on them at this time.  Please check back for updates.

Charlee is an 18-month-old, 29-pound, black tri, no-tail mini-ish Aussie.  He is currently being assessed for some intermittent signs of aggression toward people and other dogs.  NS 2211
Check out Jonathon, our newest dog in Brooklyn!  He's a lover, very sweet, nice on leash, good with other dogs and mellow but not over the hill at 7 years old.  He's a mix but what a handsome combination!  Jonathon weighs in at 54 pounds.  Checks out this video of him with our volunteers.  He will be fostered in Brooklyn.  NS 2245
Jonathon, with Minnie Pearl (right)
Minnie Pearl

Sweet senior Minnie Pearl (known as Tai Tai by foster mama) has been diagnosed with a high grade hemangiopericytoma (a malignant tumor). The vet was unable to remove all the bad stuff and believes that it has spread.

She will remain with her foster mama and her foster sibs, Dailola, where she will be loved unconditionally, kept safe, warm and cozy with every day filled with hugs and kisses until she gives foster mama a sign that it’s time.

Currently she seems happy and pain free. Paws crossed she gets to enjoy some upcoming warm weather this spring and summer.  NS 2117