Gone To The Dogs Rescue

Gone to the Dogs Rescue, a 501(c)( 3 ) non-profit organization (gonetodogs.org).  Gone to the Dogs is a no-kill, all-breed/mixed breed dog rescue located in central Virginia. Specializing in re-homing dogs that have been abandoned, have been rescued after running out of time at kill shelters, or have lost their homes for a variety of reasons. The animals offered for adoption are healthy and well adjusted and have had some training; they are ready to waltz right into your hearts! Dogs that are not placeable for a variety of reasons (such as extreme old age or chronic skin conditions) find lifelong sanctuary here.

Mastiff
Domestic Short Hair
Labrador Retriever
Domestic Short Hair
Yellow Labrador Retriever
Domestic Short Hair
Hound
 Domestic Short Hair
Hound
Tabby Cat
Tabby Cat
hocolate Labrador
Treeing Walker Coonhound
German Shepherd Dog & Akita Mix
Terrier Mix
Corgi & Basset Hound Mix
American Foxhound & Redbone Coonhound Mix
Hound & Harrier Mix
American Staffordshire Terrier
Hound & Beagle Mix
 Labrador Retriever Mix, Agility Prospect!
Shepherd Mix
Hound
Hound
Hound
Hound
Hound Mix
Hound
Scooby - Mastiff Mix
Scooby - Mastiff Mix
KitKat - Domestic Short Hair
KitKat - Domestic Short Hair
Patches - Labrador Retriever
Patches - Labrador Retriever
Pansy - Domestic Short Hair
Pansy - Domestic Short Hair
Pumpkin - Yellow Labrador Retriever
Pumpkin - Yellow Labrador Retriever
Midnight Serenade - Domestic Short Hair
Midnight Serenade - Domestic Short Hair
Pickles - Hound
Hound
Greyson - Domestic Short Hair
Greyson -  Domestic Short Hair
Molly - Hound
Molly - Hound
Beorn - Tabby
Beorn - Tabby
Bilbo - Tabby
Bilbo - Tabby
Hunter - Chocolate Labrador Retriever & Chesapeake Bay Retriever Mix
Hunter -  Chocolate Labrador Retriever & Chesapeake Bay Retriever Mix
Naomi - Treeing Walker Coonhound
Naomi - Treeing Walker Coonhound
Taffy
Taffy
Tommy
Tommy
Sally - Terrier Mix
Sally - Terrier Mix
Spot -Corgi & Basset Hound Mix
Spot -Corgi & Basset Hound Mix
Penny
Penny
Hadley - Hound & Harrier Mix
Hadley - Hound & Harrier Mix
Brownie - American Staffordshire Terrier
Brownie - American Staffordshire Terrier
Pokey - Hound & Beagle Mix
Pokey - Hound & Beagle Mix
Cocoa - Labrador Retriever Mix
Cocoa -  Labrador Retriever Mix
Casper - Young Shepherd Mix
Casper - Young Shepherd Mix
Dallas - Hound
Dallas - Hound
Barry - Hound
Barry - Hound
Honey Bun - Hound
Honey Bun - Hound
Myles - Hound
Myles - Hound
Red - Hound Mix
Red - Hound Mix
Braxton - Hound
Braxton - Hound
Chloe - A Tommie Fund success story
Chloe - A Tommie Fund success story
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Scooby - Mastiff Mix
KitKat - Domestic Short Hair
Patches - Labrador Retriever
Pansy - Domestic Short Hair
Pumpkin - Yellow Labrador Retriever
Midnight Serenade - Domestic Short Hair
Hound
Greyson -  Domestic Short Hair
Molly - Hound
Beorn - Tabby
Bilbo - Tabby
Hunter -  Chocolate Labrador Retriever & Chesapeake Bay Retriever Mix
Naomi - Treeing Walker Coonhound
Taffy
Tommy
Sally - Terrier Mix
Spot -Corgi & Basset Hound Mix
Penny
Hadley - Hound & Harrier Mix
Brownie - American Staffordshire Terrier
Pokey - Hound & Beagle Mix
Cocoa -  Labrador Retriever Mix
Casper - Young Shepherd Mix
Dallas - Hound
Barry - Hound
Honey Bun - Hound
Myles - Hound
Red - Hound Mix
Braxton - Hound
Chloe - A Tommie Fund success story
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We proudly display the
Charles City County Animal Shelter
dogs/cats on our website

Look at these happy dogs! Volunteers Doug Chandler, Amy Hicks, and Amanda Nester are making sure these dogs are living the best life they can while residing at the Charles City County Animal Shelter. We are so fortunate to have dedicated volunteers who make sure that these dogs get lots of time for exercise and social interaction. We also are so blessed to have received incredible support from our community. Donations have permitted us to double our outdoor kennel space and generous supporters are also providing us with the Purina One dog food our dogs really need. If you would like to donate, please check out our wish list on Chewy and Amazon. Items are shipped to Strother Sharp, our kennel attendant, as there are many hours when there is no one at the shelter and we don’t want donations left unattended. You can see how happy and well conditioned the dogs are, but it’s still not the same as having a real home of their own. They still spend a great deal of time by themselves inside the kennel. We’re doing our best, but what they would really like is find forever homes! Please share information about our wonderful animals and if you are in the market for a pet, please consider adoption first!