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ADOPTION PROCESS

  1. Vet Check: Upon receiving your application, the first step involves contacting your vet(s) to gather information about your current and previous pets. 
  2. Application Review: If the vet check is satisfactory, our adoption team will thoroughly review your application and proceed to contact you for an interview.
  3. Adoption Team Review: Following the interview, our adoption team will carefully assess your application and, if all goes well, initiate the process of matching you with an available dog.
  4. Best Fit Considerations: Decisions are based on finding the best fit for both the dog and your family, as our ultimate goal is to place dogs in forever homes.
  5. Insights into Dog’s Habits: Once a potential match is identified, you’ll have the opportunity to communicate with the foster family, asking any questions you may have. Since most of our dogs are in foster care, this interaction provides valuable insights into the dog’s habits, helping you assess its suitability for your life and family.
  6. Agreement on Match: If all parties involved agree that the match is suitable, an appointment will be scheduled for you to meet the dog.
  7. Home Visit: As part of our adoption process, a home visit is conducted to ensure a suitable environment for the dog.
  8. Contract Signing: If the home visit is successful, a contract will be signed, marking the completion of the adoption process.
  9. Alternative Matching: In the event that the match is not deemed ideal, efforts will be made to pair you with another dog.

FEES

Puppy to 2 Years$600
2 up to 5 Years$500
5 up to 9 Years$400
Over 9 Years$300

RECENTLY ADOPTED

GRACIE

BENSON

BEAN

ACE

GINGER

RAMBO

CALLIE

BELLA

SUNNY

HANNAH

PAISLEY

TWYLA

A SPECIAL RESCUE - SKIDDER'S STORY

In May 2011 our rescue got a call from a local humane society. A man was keeping a pair of Golden Retrievers in his back yard and allowing them to breed at will. Neither puppies nor parents were not given vet care or socialization. The humane society knew because the older litter of nine puppies were un-socialized chances of them getting adopted through their shelter were slim. So, they asked us to help. We took in the older litter and mom. The Human Society took the six-week-old litter and dad.

After several weeks the puppies made great progress with socialization. But they were still wary of new people and changes in surroundings. We were able to find families willing to put in the extra effort and care needed by these puppies. They were placed in forever homes.

One of the puppies, Skidder went to his new home in MI. But, as the family pulled into the driveway at the end of their 4-hour drive, they opened the car door and Skidder bolted. That was in June, 2011. Once we learned Skidder was missing, the amazing rescue to save his life began.

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