Willie

IAR ID#: D-20-221

Birth Date: November 18, 2016

Gender: Male

Weight: 51 pounds

Physical Description: Willie is a lanky pup with golden short, soft hair. He has splashes of white including on his face and toes, floppy ears, a long tail and the kindest brown eyes.

Personality: Willie has earned a nickname of Gentleman Willie! His calm demeanor is so comforting. He is low key and while he enjoys being around people, he doesn't like to be the center of attention. Willie is shy at first, but warms up when you sit beside him or crouch next to him and give him head pats and chin scratches. Willie's favorite place in the house is his dog bed where he likes to relax (always with his paws crossed). He is house trained and we usually only crate him when we leave the house for several hours. He has begun to explore our house and has found a new favorite spot on the couch near a sunny window. Morning times are when Willie is most full of energy! He runs around in circles and wags his tail vivaciously (check him out in the video from Christmas morning!). Willie gets along great with his foster dog brother and has gotten along well with cats, too! He is starting to 'play bow' to his foster parents, but hasn't started to initiate play with his foster dog brother yet. Willie is working up to short walks on his leash, but does enjoy running around the backyard and playing chase, so a fenced in yard is ideal. If you're looking for a loving, low-key companion, Willie is your guy!

Likes cats: Yes

Likes dogs: Yes

Likes kids younger than 6: Unknown

History: Willie came into IAR from a rural shelter.

All IAR pets are spayed or neutered and up to date on vaccines at the time of adoption.

Last updated on January 23, 2021.

Nahla

IAR ID#: D-20-229

Birth Date: July 7, 2020

Gender: Female

Weight: 12 pounds

Physical Description: Nahla is a petite puppy, light tan with specs of white, with satellite ears that sometimes stick straight out!

Personality: Nahla is such a sweet little girl. She wants to please her people and is quick to learn. Nahla needs a fenced yard and another small- to medium-size dog to play with. She is house-trained but is still very young and currently needs to go out every two hours. She also needs a home with adults only, with no children or grandchildren in the home or visiting—where people are very patient and kind, and willing to spend time working with her. She is still a fearful little girl: afraid of men at first but gradually grows more comfortable and then is perfectly fine; afraid to be picked up and held; afraid of new experiences. So she needs owners who are sensitive to this. With time, these fears may subside as she begins to feel more secure in her new home. Nahla has not learned how to walk on a leash yet. She is crate-trained but doesn't need to be crated when you leave the house; she just needs to be in a gated area. There she never ruins anything and just plays with her toys. Nahla loves to follow the resident older dog around the house and fenced yard, and looks to her constantly to learn the ropes about what to do—copying her every move from how to behave to new tricks. Nahla comes when called. She knows the command of Sit, and loves to play fetch and will bring the ball back to you. When going on car rides Nahla needs to be crated. She is afraid of being at a vet, so she also needs a muzzle; she can then be handled easily with no issues. Nahla is learning to grow more social every day and adores having several people around, even though cautious when first meeting them. She always wants to be the center of attention and is so playful! Check out her videos where you can see her playing chase and hide-and-seek, and chasing a remote control car! She just flies around the yard! To get your attention she sometimes dances on her hind legs. Nahla will make a wonderful companion for a loving family wanting to continue her puppy training!

Likes cats: Unknown

Likes dogs: Yes

Likes kids younger than 6: No

History: Nahla's owner became ill and was no longer able to care for her.

All IAR pets are spayed or neutered and up to date on vaccines at the time of adoption.

Last updated on January 22, 2021.

Star

IAR ID#: D-20-223

Birth Date: May 20, 2020

Gender: Male

Weight: 40 pounds

Physical Description: Star is a handsome brown and tan puppy with striking green eyes.

Personality: Star is a cuddly, playful, and a little bit mischievous young boy. He is expected to be about 50 pounds at maturity. Given Star's high energy level, we are looking for an active, energetic family, ideally with several in the household. He needs a fenced yard to get his zoomies out, along with walks several times a day and a run at least once a day. Star adores and is great with our 15-year-old son! So we are looking for a home with older children. Because of his anticipated weight when he is full grown and current puppy behaviors, we are saying no to a home with younger children. Star loves snuggling on the couch at night and adores belly rubs and neck scratches, often grinning the whole time! He also requires a routine schedule and consistent training. Star has typical puppy mouthy behaviors, which can be redirected to his toys. We are working on preventing him from jumping up during play. Star is house- and crate-trained, and sleeps through the night. He is friendly and tail-waggy with people and other dogs. He has not been assessed with cats and has not lived with other dogs. Star is a happy and cooperative fellow. He loves to play tug-of-war and fetch. Star scent tracks, really enjoys being outside walking, and is learning not to pull on-leash. He is ready to be your outdoor partner! He likes riding in the car, too. Star would likely do well with agility training and definitely with scent training. He has some Husky tendencies to hop up on furniture. He is thriving in puppy obedience training with Cheery Dogs. He is very treat-motivated, and knows Sit and is learning Come and Down. This beautiful, lovely sweetie has so much love to give and is looking for a home in your heart!

Likes cats: Unknown

Likes dogs: Yes

Likes kids younger than 6: No

History: Star was found as a stray.

All IAR pets are spayed or neutered and up to date on vaccines at the time of adoption.

Last updated on January 20, 2021.

Tobias

IAR ID#: D-20-148

Birth Date: August 1, 2017

Gender: Male

Weight: 55 pounds

Physical Description: Tobias (Toby) is gray with spots of white on his back, chest, and feet. He has one ear that stands up and one cute, floppy ear.

Personality: Toby is sweet, silly, and loving. This world where he is a friend to humans is new to him, and he is just learning how to receive affection. Don't get me wrong, though: Toby loves people and has a sweet, sweet temperament. Because of Toby's past, he has guarding issues with other dogs; so he needs to be the only dog in the house. But he does like other dogs and is not reactive toward them. To get attention from people, he nuzzles and rests his head on their lap or arm. Toby tends to nibble gently on hands, but is starting to learn to do so less. He likes to be near people, but will also settle on his comfy bed in a separate room. Toby is doing well with house-training. He is quiet in the crate and sometimes sits in there during the day with the door open. He knows Sit, Wait and Come. Toby is a medium-energy guy. He loves to play fetch, but be prepared to have two balls—since he will give one up only when another is in play! He is a great passenger in the car and likes to go on adventures. Toby also likes going on walks and is doing well with learning leash manners. He is easily redirected from anything that grabs his focus using the Watch me command and a treat .

Likes cats: Unknown

Likes dogs: Yes

Likes kids younger than 6: Unknown

History: Toby came from a rural shelter.

All IAR pets are spayed or neutered and up to date on vaccines at the time of adoption.

Last updated on January 20, 2021.

Mack Star

IAR ID#: D-20-219

Birth Date: November 15, 2008

Gender: Male

Weight: 25 pounds

Physical Description: Mack Star is tan with white, black, and gray highlights, and long, floppy ears.

Personality: Mack Star is full of love for his people. Shy at first, he is quick to trust you as long as you sit beside him and rub him on his head. He will sit with you so happily when he is being scratched behind his ears. In the morning, he does a full series of yoga stretches to start the day! He takes leash walks with his foster sister, but requests a fenced yard. Mack Star loves to run around his yard and throw his toys in the air. He is very fast!! He is crate-trained and house-trained. Mack Star gets along with other dogs once he feels comfortable. He has grown to greatly enjoy playing with the foster family dog. He will be a truly devoted companion. Mack has a heart as large as the universe, and would love to be the new shining star in your life!

Likes cats: No

Likes dogs: Yes

Likes kids younger than 6: Yes

History: Mack Star was found as a stray in a rural county.

All IAR pets are spayed or neutered and up to date on vaccines at the time of adoption.

Last updated on January 13, 2021.

Zion

IAR ID#: D-20-119

Birth Date: January 1, 2019

Gender: Male

Weight: 60 pounds

Physical Description: Zion is a beautiful tan and dark brown brindle color with white on his chest and belly. One ear sticks straight up and the other flops down.

Personality: He may not be named for Zion Williamson, but he would definitely shatter the Duke canine vertical jump record! In addition to his impressive jumping ability (don’t worry, he has had no interest in jumping fences), Zion’s award-winning smile and incredible athleticism continue the analogy. Zion could certainly beat Carolina down the court—or at least accompany you on a nice jog, followed up by some play time. As an added bonus, Zion sometimes uses walks as an opportunity to get in some resistance training, although he has been using a no-pull harness to tamp down on his fitness urges. He also loves to stop and sniff. Everyone has to take it easy sometimes, after all! Zion’s amiable nature makes him a good companion for dogs who can match his energy level, although he definitely has a dominant personality. On leash, Zion has done extremely well with every dog he has met. He might not have a degree from Duke, but Zion is an A+ student. He can already sit, lay down, stay, leave it and give a nice high five. Because he is so smart, Zion will need a good coach to keep his progress going. After a hard day of press interviews, this social butterfly loves nothing better than to curl up on the couch and cuddle. He falls into a deep sleep with his head in your lap and wags his adorable, crooked tail to sweet dreams of playing with his favorite people. If you're relaxed, Zion will just hang out. If you want to go out and adventure, Zion is all in! Smart, lovable, and easy on the eyes...what can’t he do? Like the former Duke favorite and future NBA great, Zion values one thing above all else: family. Zion doesn’t like to be left alone, and can become upset if his team isn’t around to have his back. Zion would do best in a house where someone in the family works from home or in a family with opposite work schedules. Zion has been responding well to anxiety medication and could also do well in a household where his people can arrange for some afternoon attention or come home for lunch. Because of his separation anxiety, Zion is still working on becoming comfortable spending time in a crate and cannot yet be left alone in a crate. His loud bark would definitely reach the press box in Cameron Indoor Stadium, and he often uses it from his perch at the front window to let you know that your Amazon package has arrived (thanks, Z!). For this reason, he would do best in a stand-alone home with a fenced yard. Zion also moonlights as a counter-surfer—cowabunga! Because of his fascination with all things small and furry (helloooo, squirrels!), we think that Zion would likely not be the best companion for feline friends, although he has not been cat tested. He’s still young and has a lot to learn, but with some patience and training, Zion will be a Hall-of-Famer for sure.

Likes cats: Unknown

Likes dogs: Yes

Likes kids younger than 6: Unknown

History: Zion was an unclaimed stray at a rural shelter.

All IAR pets are spayed or neutered and up to date on vaccines at the time of adoption.

Last updated on January 5, 2021.

Suki

IAR ID#: D-20-170

Birth Date: August 6, 2013

Gender: Female

Weight: 80 pounds

Physical Description: Suki is a gorgeous white dog with black spots and big, sweet brown eyes. Her coat is soft and silky.

Personality: Suki is a gentle, low-energy sweetheart who loves leisurely walks and relaxing. She is quite independent, no-nonsense, and spends the majority of her days resting and napping. Because of partial hearing loss, she has a loud Woof, so she would do best in a free-standing house rather than an apartment or a condo. She is completely house-trained and can be left unsupervised and uncrated with no issues. Suki has been the only pet in her foster home, so her ability to live with other dogs, cats, or young children is unknown. However, on our daily walks around the neighborhood, she is great when meeting other dogs, has a couple of toddler-aged human friends who give her full-body hugs and treats while she wags her tail, and even has a neighborhood kitty friend who walks up to her and flops on his back while she sniffs and nuzzles him. We have had a couple of doggy playdates, and Suki wears out pretty easily and has trouble settling with another dog around. She would do well as an only dog, but may be able to live with a calm canine companion. Suki occasionally barks to communicate with her people that she wants food or to go outside. Most details of her history are unknown, but it is clear that she has had multiple litters of puppies. In just a few short months, Suki has transformed from timid and depressed to happy and bright-eyed. This strong and gentle girl now wags her tail, gives kisses, and loves being petted. Suki is an absolutely adorable dog, and will make a wonderful companion in her forever home. She just needs a loving, caring home where she can relax, continue to blossom, and lead a secure and happy life.

Likes cats: Unknown

Likes dogs: Unknown

Likes kids younger than 6: Unknown

History: Suki was surrendered to a rural shelter.

All IAR pets are spayed or neutered and up to date on vaccines at the time of adoption.

Last updated on December 28, 2020.

Hugo Lionheart

IAR ID#: D-20-051

Birth Date: December 1, 2018

Gender: Male

Weight: 68 pounds

Physical Description: Hugo Lionheart is the most handsome young boy, solid and athletic. His coat is red, and he has a subtle black face mask, with a white star on his chest. His left ear always flops to the right, which adds more character to his already endearing and expressive face!

Personality: Hugo Lionheart loves love! He has such a fantastic personality: very friendly and affectionate, curious, playful, and extremely intelligent. Hugo is wonderfully eager to please, especially after a good play session and with some good treats. This boy is friendly to everyone he meets, dogs and kids included, although has not been around cats. Hugo needs walks and exercise like any big boy, but does love to settle in with a good chew toy wherever you are. A sturdy fenced yard would be a plus, but he is used to getting most of his exercise on a leash and does a lot of his playtime with toys in the house. He's a 'play hard, rest hard' kind of boy; by no means an endurance athlete. He will sploot flat on his belly wherever his is when he needs a break 🙂 Regular walks and play will be key to his success as a good house companion. He does well with routine and structure and needs a home that will provide regular quiet time in his kennel, where he is calm and content. Leash manners are mostly good, and he is highly motivated by treats. Hugo is a very strong chewer and needs toys designed for his kind of play . He loves his food and toys, but is gentle and willing to give them up to his person without complaint. However, his ultra expressive eyebrows will certainly convince you to give his toys right back! He doesn't seem to understand why his size might be an obstacle to being a lapdog, and enjoys a good full body hug. As Hugo could easily knock someone over, we only allow laps and hugs on invite :). Hugo prefers to be with his people, but does very well in his crate without anxiety for 4-5 hours at a time. He rarely barks, but sometimes kind of talks to get your attention.

Likes cats: Unknown

Likes dogs: Yes

Likes kids younger than 6: Yes

History: Hugo Lionheart came from a local shelter.

All IAR pets are spayed or neutered and up to date on vaccines at the time of adoption.

Last updated on December 27, 2020.

Sadie Grove

IAR ID#: D-20-200

Birth Date: October 8, 2018

Gender: Female

Weight: 50 pounds

Physical Description: Sadie Grove is black and white with short fur.

Personality: Sadie Grove is a sweet and affectionate pooch who warmed right up to us! She has the biggest smile and loves to greet you with wiggles and wags. Check out Sadie's video and you will likely fall in love like we have! Sadie is crate- and house-trained; and she knows several commands including Sit, Lie down, Stay, Go crate, and Away. She loves belly rubs and will ask for them by flopping over onto her back. She will also put her paw up to ask for pets. But she understands if it's not time for pets and will give you space. Sadie enjoys playing fetch and brings the ball back (when she wants to) 🙂 She needs an owner who will stick to a training routine and who has a fenced-in yard. During walks, she gets very excited when she sees animals and sometimes people. Sadie's main exercise is in the backyard and she should only get walked early in the morning or late at night. Sadie is currently receiving professional training to work on her 'stranger danger' and leash reactivity, and her foster parents are seeing improvement every week. Sadie is looking forward to a dedicated and loving furever home!

Likes cats: No

Likes dogs: No

Likes kids younger than 6: Unknown

History: Sadie Grove was found in a field.

All IAR pets are spayed or neutered and up to date on vaccines at the time of adoption.

Last updated on December 18, 2020.

Bleu Diamond

IAR ID#: D-20-141

Birth Date: August 1, 2017

Gender: Female

Weight: 40 pounds

Physical Description: Bleu Diamond has a short, beautiful ash-gray coat with white on her neck, chest, and tips of her feet. Her gray eyes are perfectly color-coordinated with her coat!

Personality: Bleu Diamond is a happy little girl who is learning all about the joys of being a valued family member and navigating a new world! A bit shy at first when meeting new people, she will quickly show off her wiggly butt and happy face after a sniff or two. Bleu Diamond is more reserved around men, so she needs a few more minutes to warm up. She needs to be an only dog with an active family. This is a Velcro girl, who is most relaxed when she is around her people. Bleu Diamond is very curious and playful, and loves running after her toys and chewing on her bones and thick-braided ropes. She is looking for a home with a fenced-in backyard so she can zoom around and roll in the soft grass. Although she's energetic, when it's naptime, she is happy to curl up in her crate or on her blankets. Very eager to please and highly food-motivated, Bleu Diamond is making tremendous progress in her training. She is house-trained and crate-trained, knows Sit and Down, and is working on her leash training. There is so much to sniff and investigate and . . . um, including things on the kitchen counter! Bleu Diamond will need her forever family to commit to building her confidence and transitioning into their world. She tells me she is looking forward to sharing some serious laptime as a pampered princess!

Likes cats: No

Likes dogs: No

Likes kids younger than 6: No

History: Bleu Diamond's owners had to move and could not take her with them.

All IAR pets are spayed or neutered and up to date on vaccines at the time of adoption.

Last updated on November 1, 2020.

Nolan

IAR ID#: D-20-178

Birth Date: October 11, 2017

Gender: Male

Weight: 65 pounds

Physical Description: Nolan is a handsome large dog, primarily medium brown with black on his back and tail, and splashes of white on his muzzle, chest, and paws.

Personality: Nolan is a terrific guy, looking to be in a loving household as the only pet in an adult family. He tends to be more naturally trusting of women, but can warm up to men once he knows them and their good intentions. A smart fellow who is quick to learn, Nolan is happy to chill and relax with you in the house, and then head out with you on a brisk walk. Nolan has good leash manners and does well when meeting other dogs while out on his walks. He appreciates a good roll on the grass and would love a fenced-in yard. Nolan is a gentleman inside, and is both house- and crate-trained. He enjoys his stuffed toys to chew on and wrestle with. He can quickly identify his own toys and leave your belongings alone. Did we mention that he’s very smart? So that’s the package! If you are looking for a loyal, loving, intelligent companion, why not ask to meet Nolan? He is looking for the same!

Likes cats: No

Likes dogs: No

Likes kids younger than 6: No

History: Nolan came into a local shelter as a stray.

All IAR pets are spayed or neutered and up to date on vaccines at the time of adoption.

Last updated on October 21, 2020.

Tate

IAR ID#: D-20-068

Birth Date: September 5, 2019

Gender: Male

Weight: 45 pounds

Physical Description: Tate has a beautiful reddish coat with touches of white and a sleek, compact build.

Personality: Tate is a very sweet, affectionate boy. He loves to be with people all the time and sneak in a lick to your face when he can! He also adores other dogs and needs a home with another canine companion to play with, to help reinforce his confidence, and to take cues about what is right. Tate also needs a fenced yard (he loves running around!). He is very smart and learns very quickly. He takes enormous pleasure in his toys, Kongs, and chews. Crate- and house-trained, Tate sleeps through the night and never touches household belongings. Initially sky and skittish, Tate needed some time to learn to trust—but his love for contact and cuddles with people helped him overcome his fears!

Likes cats: Unknown

Likes dogs: Yes

Likes kids younger than 6: No

History: Tate came from a rural shelter.

All IAR pets are spayed or neutered and up to date on vaccines at the time of adoption.

Last updated on October 10, 2020.

Usagi

IAR ID#: D-18-031

Birth Date: May 29, 2017

Gender: Female

Weight: 47 pounds

Physical Description: Usagi is an adorable stocky little mix—mostly white, with large brown patches and some small, dark polka dots. She is short and muscular with adorable chunky paws. Her big bunny ears usually stand straight up, but sometimes her right ear flops over. Usagi has stunningly gorgeous blue and gold eyes, and a mottled pink and brown nose.

Personality: With her foster family, Usagi is an extremely affectionate little hunk of love. A master of snuggles, she will happily either lie on top of her humans, sprawl out next to them, curl up in the curve of their legs, or smoosh in-between them; big spoon, little spoon—she loves it all. One of her most favorite activities is belly rubs. She will flop onto her back, with paws dangling, and extort all the belly rubs she can. She loves her toys and all food.

Usagi loves to chase a ball, and can run faster and jump higher/farther than most, which would make her great for any type of agility games and training. She occasionally gets the most adorable zoomies and will race in circles, grab a toy, and buck like a little bronco. She is sooooo endearing and provides endless entertainment.

Usagi is very smart and eager to please. She has learned Sit, Down, Stay, Up, Roll over, Spin, Lay on your side, Go to your mat, Wait/Hold (for food or when doors open), Leave it, Come, Kennel up (Go to crate), and a few others! Here’s one of the tricks she now knows: she can lie down, with treats lined up on her legs and muzzle, and then, when given the “Okay” cue, she will gobble them up! Usagi generally walks beautifully on a leash. She is a quick study and would likely be happy to learn any trick requested.

These are just some examples of Usagi’s amazing qualities and lovable personality. She is, however, very fearful of new things including dogs and people. She has made progress, but in her forever home Usagi will need a patient pet parent/family who will continue to work with her slowly while she builds confidence.

Usagi currently lives with a dog and a cat, but as she has not met most other animals well, she will need to be the only animal in her new home. Her very rambunctious playstyle and bullish affection would also likely overwhelm small children. Usagi is getting braver but still needs very slow introductions to new humans. So, she would not do well in a house with lots of visitors or with people who travel a lot.

Usagi completely melts her foster humans with her sweet, affectionate gaze, the press of one of her meaty little paws, or the smooshing of her blocky head against their cheeks. She will bring boundless love, affection, and laughs to her forever home, and needs loving, caring people to help her feel safe.

For more pictures and videos of Usagi (some with the resident and former dogs in her foster home), check out the Instagram handle @dexeducation.

Likes cats: No

Likes dogs: No

Likes kids younger than 6: No

History: Usagi came from a local shelter.

All IAR pets are spayed or neutered and up to date on vaccines at the time of adoption.

Last updated on September 21, 2020.

Mellie

IAR ID#: D-15-152

Birth Date: January 1, 2013

Gender: Female

Weight: 35 pounds

Physical Description: Mellie is a very attractive small hound mix with a white, brown and black coat. Watch her video of Mellie's gay abandon while playing with her doggie friend.

Personality: Mellie can be very anxious at times. In her foster home she enjoys being with us, sleeping on the couch and spending time in the yard. But she is shy of visitors and is sometimes too timid to come back indoors if she feels new people have been in the house. We haven't managed to get her to walk on the leash and would not adopt her to anyone who wants a dog who must. She will require a home with a very secure fenced yard - at least 6 feet, wooden privacy preferred, which touches the ground. She is frightened if she is not in the yard or the house so trips to the park or walks are not for her. She needs to go to someone who will love her as she is even though we do of course hope that she will continue her very gradual confidence building.

Mellie likes the cats and tries to play with them but resigns herself to the fact they may only want to curl up with her - lazy old things that they are!

Likes cats: Yes

Likes dogs: Yes

Likes kids younger than 6: Yes

History: Mellie was found as a stray with her puppies in someone's backyard. She had been seen running around the neighborhood and was thought to be abandoned.

All IAR pets are spayed or neutered and up to date on vaccines at the time of adoption.

Last updated on June 24, 2020.

Ketch

IAR ID#: D-18-050

Birth Date: February 1, 2017

Gender: Female

Weight: 55 pounds

Physical Description: Ketch is black, white, and tan with floppy ears, and white under her chin and down the front of her neck. Although she has no tail, she wags her little stump.

Personality: A smart, strong-willed dog, Ketch needs a job to do. Obedience, agility or nosework training would be best. Alternatively, she can be someone’s running partner (she is very athletic). She does require plenty of exercise, both physical (walks, running, agility) and mental (obedience and trick training, impulse control training). Ketch is highly motivated by food and loves to play with toys, which makes training easier. She can, however, be very stubborn at times, so training her requires some effort. We are currently working on basic obedience training with her (Ketch is a jumper and a very strong puller) and impulse control. We are looking for an experienced dog owner who enjoys dog training and is not intimidated by a challenge. Ketch loves people, but her high energy level makes her unsuitable for families with young children. Ketch has been introduced to other dogs, but she is, unfortunately, not good with them. She will only be adopted to experienced dog owners that currently do not have any other dogs (and do not plan to add new dogs to their family in the future). She cannot be trusted with cats or other small animals, either. Ketch is currently undergoing behavior modification training, which will hopefully make her reactivity to other dogs less prominent. However, we will still only adopt her to single-dog homes. Ketch is fully crate- and house-trained. She still has a tendency to chew on inappropriate objects, but providing enough exercise and appropriate chewing items is enough to alleviate this problem. Ketch is healthy, full of energy, and waiting for a patient human who is willing to invest time and energy in her training to help her reach her full potential.

Likes cats: Unknown

Likes dogs: No

Likes kids younger than 6: Unknown

History: Ketch was found as a stray and spent several months at a local shelter. While at the shelter, the volunteers spent time working with her, teaching her some basic skills, socializing her in playgroups, and even teaching her to navigate a couple of agility obstacles.

All IAR pets are spayed or neutered and up to date on vaccines at the time of adoption.

Last updated on July 18, 2019.