How can adopting a dog improve my health?

Adopting a puppy mill survivor can be a challenging yet exceptionally rewarding experience. Prior to being rescued, our dogs spend their entire lives in small wire cages with only one purpose in life; to produce puppies. In most cases, they have had very little human contact and as a result, they may take quite a bit of time adjusting to life as a family member. Above all else, puppy mill survivors need time and patience while they are learning to adjust to a new, exciting and sometimes intimidating world. The good news is, most puppy mill survivors do heal, do learn to trust, do housetrain and leashtrain and do become joyful family members. For many of them, the adjustment period is fairly quick (a month or so), for others, it will take more time. In all cases, time, patience and love are key ingredients to developing the very special bond that you will experience when adopting a puppy mill survivor.

The Kaycee Fund dog pick for June has been adopted. Please check back next month.

Dog adoptions include 1 free training class through (Canines At Training) in addition to spay/neuter surgery, vaccinations, microchip with free registration and ID tag, and one month free pet insurance.

How can adopting a dog improve my quality of life?

Dogs and puppies currently available for adoption at the Nebraska Humane Society North Shore Animal League America is the world’s largest no-kill rescue and adoption organization with hundreds of dogs, cats, puppies and kittens available for adoption every week. We always have a wide variety of animals looking for new loving homes, including pure-breed and mixed-breed dogs and cats ranging in all ages, shapes and sizes.

San Francisco Bay Area Dog Rescue, Adopt a Dog, Foster a Dog

You can adopt dogs and cats at The Pet Resource Center, in Tampa. The center is open Tuesday through Sunday from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Closed on Mondays.

Rocket Dog Rescue’s mobile adoptions are your chance...

All of the dogs listed below are available for adoption but each is in a different stage of getting their medical care. Each dog/puppy's adoption fee includes their microchip, current vaccines, spay/neuter surgery, and they are started on flea/heartworm prevention. Some of our pets are still in the process of getting these services, and may not be available to be taken home immediately. This week we kicked off the Dog Days of Summer Fundraiser sponsored by Joey B’s in Cos Cob! This is the second summer that Joey B’s is throwing the Dog Days of Summer Fundraiser for Adopt-A-Dog. This year the fundraiser is EVERY Wednesday, with a portion of the sales from 4pm-7pm being donated to Adopt-A-Dog. […]Rousey took on the city this week! On Friday morning, Adopt-A-Dog headed to the Javits Center to be on a live TV segment with PIX 11. Rousey shared the spotlight with Silver Pet Prints, a custom paw-print jewelry company. Silver Pet Prints took Rousey’s paw print on live TV and whoever adopts Rousey will receive […]Please have a look at all of the amazing dogs we have for adoption in our centers and our foster program. If you would like more information on a pet found here please email . Be sure to include the pet’s name and ID# in the subject line. In the email please include your phone number and email address and someone will contact you as soon as possible. (Please allow 24 hours for return contact.)