These precious pups will graduate this week from the Death Row Dogs training program at Green River Correctional Complex and don’t have adoption commitments yet. They need your help!

If you're looking to adopt, please consider one of these trained dogs. They've worked really hard to get ready to come to your home to love you and your family. They promise years of commitment, kisses, love and they'll be your best friend for life!

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1. Dogs at shelters are just waiting for you to come love them fur-ever! And, they’ll love you back with such gratitude for saving their life.

Pixie is about a year old. She's a sweet girl, probably a beagle mix and wants to be by your side through the good times and bad. She'll show you more love than you could ever know! Please give Pixie a chance to show you everything she's learned in the program.

2. When you adopt a rescue dog, you've got a best friend for life. They’ll always be there for you. When you’re sad or for the best moments in your life you can count on their unconditional love.

Marcie is a laid back sweet lady that is ready for her forever family! She really enjoyed learning and growing in the program and can’t wait to meet her new family that will love her forever.

3. If you adopt a dog, you'll be giving them the gift of life and the chance to chase tennis balls, squirrels, birds and bugs!

This is Otis and he's full of spunk and energy. If you can give him a fur-ever home you’d make him one happy guy. He did amazing in the program and passed with flying colors and now wants to settle in to a life of love and cuddles! Can you help make Otis's dreams come true?

4. I mean really....... Just look at this face. How can you not adopt and give these precious babies the chance at a full and loving life? The alternative isn't really an option is it!

Sunday is about a 30 lb. spayed female border collie/terrier mix. She is about 6 years old. Sunday wants lots of affection and will take her nose and bump a person’s hand to get them to pet her. Sunday promises to be your constant companion Sunday and every day of the week for the rest of her days!