We are a small rescue and do not have the resources to respond to all inquiries. We will provide more information about a dog once we have reviewed your Adoption Application. Our dogs are available to meet only approved adopters.
1. Adoption Application
Fill out the online Adoption form. If adopting a puppy, please review the puppy adoption section before filling out the adoption form.
If renting, your landlord’s consent is required to proceed with your application. Our landlord permission form is required before your application can be processed. Please email the completed form to us.
If you are interested in adopting a puppy, please note that we require recent experience with raising a puppy, obedience training experience, a good size back yard, mostly home, no babies or toddlers, and a solid playful, resident dog (a puppy needs a role model and someone to play with). If the puppy is a working breed like German Shepherd, Belgian Malinois, Husky, etc. we require extensive training experience with this breed.
After we receive your application and review, you may receive an email from us to set up a time for a phone interview. We do not have the resources to follow up on all applications and will only contact you if we believe that you are the best match.
3. Home Check
Prior to adoption we will arrange a time to visit at your home. All household members & resident dogs should attend that meeting.
4. Meet the Pet
After the home visit and once approved, you’ll be able to meet potential matches. All household members & resident dogs should attend the meetings.
5. Sign Adoption Agreement
Once you’ve found your perfect match, you review and sign the adoption agreement.
6. Pay Fee
XL large breed dogs (90lbs. plus): $500
Puppies and dogs up to 1 year old: $450
Dogs over 1 and under 6 years old: $400
Dogs 6 or more years old: $350
7. Take the Pet Home
Once you’ve signed all the paperwork, you can take your new pup home!
8. Post Adoption
We are here to help and make the adoption a success. We can connect you with trainers in your area and socialization opportunities.