Dogs Available for Adoption
OUR ADOPTION PROCESS
1. You must have an application on file to inquire about a dog or get questions answered about a dog. No exceptions. Once an application is received, we are happy to answer any and all questions about any dog. 2. We evaluate each application and may follow up your application to find a convenient time to meet with you in your home. This home visit ensures the best match between your interests and a best fit for a dog. We are not interested in making the quickest match, we are interested in making the best, lifelong match. 3. Following the home visit, we can make arrangements for you to meet a dog. All of our dogs are in foster homes. Fosters have input into decisions about placing a dog into an adoptive home, but they are not responsible for finding adopters. 4. We do not charge adoption fees but always welcome donations.
Layla is very good at stealing hearts. Happens all the time. Her foster says she is sweet, affectionate, loyal, well-mannered, and like most Corgis, extremely skilled as a herd dog. Other dogs in the house may not find that funny, so we are recommending Layla's...read more
This beautiful girl has been loved her whole life, but her main man is now gone. At 10, Josie is in good health with zero behavior issues. She can sit up and pose with the best of them, or simply cherish being on your lap. She is a full Cairn Terrier, a bit plump, and...read more
Super sweet Jackpot has a ton of happiness, manners, and a great approach to life! Jackpot spent 18 months in a shelter healing from a horrific case of mange. He came out on top, and has been in a foster home for us living a great life! What we know is that his...read more
She is sooooooo affectionate! At 7, Keila loves people to the nth degree! She gets along with dogs, cats, kids, and at 40 pounds she still fits the description of "love bug." This girl will be great in a family or one-on-one, the only thing she knows how to be is...read more
Molly is an 11-year-old sweet girl who would love a person all her own. Molly plays beautifully all day long with a group of dogs yet will likely do best if she is the only dog in her home, She soaks up attention and affection but startles easily and needs quiet...read more