McSteamy - Grey's Anatomy Litter

The GREY’S ANATOMY puppies will be 8 weeks old on Mother’s Day weekend and ready for furever homes! These 13 little Heinz 57-type mixed breed doctors are happy, healthy, playful and perfect. We have 7 girls (Cristina Yang, Miranda Bailey, Arizona Robbins, Lexie Grey, Izzie Stevens, Maggie Pierce and Callie Torres) and 6 boys (Richard Webber, Alex Karev, McDreamy, McSteamy, George O’Malley and Jackson Avery). Mama MEREDITH GREY is a black and tan mixed breed girl who appears to be part Basset Hound with a long body, shortish legs and paws that look like plates, part black and tan coonhound and who knows what else. When she’s done nursing, mama will be a 50-55 lb. girl. Meredith Grey has a wonderful, gentle disposition, and the pups appear to have inherited her easygoing good nature. Daddy is a mystery but is likely some type of larger breed dog. Their ears are getting long and houndy, some have bloodhound-type wrinkles, some appear to be part lab, some look like they are part boxer. So basically, Heinz 57 varieties. It’s impossible to estimate full-grown adult size without seeing daddy or knowing their breed mix, but these pups will likely be north of 55 lbs. The Grey’s Anatomy puppies must go to homes with physically fenced yards. They are too young to be trained on electric fences. The pups must go to homes within a 2 hour drive of PetSmart Eastgate in Cincinnati. They must come back to the Eastgate area twice in order to complete the vetting covered in their adoption fee. These puppies have never been without another dog. Some may be okay as only dogs, but we will prioritize applications from adopters with another dog or adopters interested in 2 puppies. On the rare occasion when puppies are returned, they usually come back because they are lonely and miserable. The Grey’s Anatomy puppies must go to adopters committed to providing them with the training they need to become well-behaved family members. Given their size potential, these pups are not well suited to apartment or condo living. If you would like to adopt a puppy from the Grey’s Anatomy litter, please fill out a foster-to-adopt application at Please be sure to take the time to proofread your application and include all of the information requested – be sure to include your vet’s phone number and tell us what heartworm and flea and tick prevention you use with your current dogs. Reviewing puppy applications is a monumental task for our volunteers, please don’t make us chase down information. The Grey’s Anatomy puppies will go to adoptive homes on a foster-to-adopt basis. Their adoptions will be finalized when all vetting covered in their adoption fee is completed. Our puppy adoption fee covers spay/neuter surgery, age-appropriate vaccines, deworming, initial doses of heartworm and flea and tick prevention and any other needed veterinary care. We only adopt dogs into homes where all current pets are spayed/neutered and current on vaccines and heartworm and flea and tick prevention. We do check veterinary references to make sure adopters are compliant with standard veterinary care.