Homes For Dogs

For over 32 years, Coldwell Banker Classic Real Estate has helped people find homes, and now our mission extends to our furry friends. For the month of September we've teamed up with the Coles County Animal Shelter, to donate the cost of spay/neuter services, to help adoptable animals find loving homes.

Dog of the Week
We know what you're thinking. Isn't it about time you committed to getting a pet? Deciding to bring a pet into your life is a big move, but chances are good that your life will be better than ever with the companionship of your new best friend. When you're ready to welcome a "fur-ever" friend into your home, use the Coles County Animal Shelter.

Meet Tyson! ***ADOPTED***
#973 Tyson is a 6yr old black and tan male Shiba Inu. Tyson is good with adults, children, most other dogs and cats. He does show signs of being house broken, crate trained and leash trained. At 26.5lbs Tyson does have a distinct voice on him. Smart and quick to learn he can sit, stay and lay down. Cute and compact this little guy would be an amazing pet for any household. If you have fallen in love with Tyson and want to give him a fur-ever home, please stop by the Coles County Animal Shelter to meet him and apply in person.



Meet Molly!
#954 Molly, a 6 year old tri-colored beagle. Molly is very sweet and still playful. She is good with adults, children, most other dogs and cats. Molly can sit, stay, is house broken, very well leash trained and crate trained but prefers to be wherever you are. Sweet and loving she would make a wonderful pet for any household.
Meet Buford! ***ADOPTED***
#907 Buford-Philo is a brick and tan male Mastiff/Rott mix. Buford is very sweet-loving but timid. He gets along great with most other dogs but is intimidated by cats. He is excellent with adults and children. Buford will sit, stay and loves to play ball but is still learning fetch and his favorite toy is his food bowl. He does show signs of being house broken, leash trained and some crate training, but he prefers not to be in one. If you can't help but fall in love with his face and want to give him a forever home, please stop by the Coles County Animal Shelter.

Meet Drama! ***ADOPTED***
#896 Drama (short for Drama Queen) is a 10mo old tri-colored spayed female Beagle mix. Originally confiscated and then returned Drama has had a dram-filled life and is ready for a calm, loving home. Timid and shy at fris she warms very quickly. Good iwth adults and children but is intimidated by other dogs and cats. If you are interested in meeting Drama please stop by the Coles County Animal Shelter.

Meet Iris! ***ADOPTED***
#731 Iris is a 2 yr old white spayed female Boxer mix. At 57 lbs Iris is very loving and laid back. She hsows of being house broken, crate trained and very well leash trained. Iris is good with adults, children, most other dogs and cats. Iris is very quiet, a little timid but warms very quickly and stays right by your side. If you have a calm but loving home for Iris please come by the Coles County Animal Shelter.

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Coles County Animal Shelter
The Coles County Animal Shelter is conveniently located between Mattoon and Charleston. Their goal is to adopt as many pets as possible, and reunite any lost animals with their owners. To find out more information about the shelter and to see all adobtable pets, visit the Coles County Animal Shelter Facebook page.

6818 N County Road 1120E
Charleston, IL 61920

Phone: 217-345-4112
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