- To assist owners who are no longer able to care for their dog in re-homing the dog.
- To educate people about the importance of adopting, not buying a dog.
- To educate people about street dogs and abused dogs and to provide a network of support to dog owners.
- To save dogs in need and at risk whenever possible, especially in situations where there is a potential for unnecessary euthanasia.
- To educate people about spaying and neutering, as well as the identification and registration with microships, of domestic pets.
Supporting Adopters & Dogs
Our hope is that every adoption is successful and dogs and people live happily ever after. As per our international adoption agreements, if you discover within the first two weeks (or at any time), it’s not going to be a good fit, we’ll work with you and repost the dog with a new profile and find a more suitable home. If you are adopting a local dog, once your application is approved, we encourage you to meet with the dog as many times as you can before making your decision. However, no matter what, the well-being of the dog is our top priority and if you aren’t happy, likely, the dog isn’t either. We will always take our dogs back. Keep in touch with our volunteers or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Adopters are also invited to join our private Facebook group to discuss and share stories about their pups with other adopters. Just send in a request via Facebook to join.
We are very active on Facebook and Instagram and encourage you to check out our social media sites.