Our dogs for Re-Homing
Our dogs are waiting tirelessly for your love, and a new home.
Here you can see all of the dogs we are currently housing and are up for adoption. Please look through the images and backgrounds of the dogs to see if you find any that you feel would match what you are searching for. If you cannot find one that you think would be suitable to adopt, please use our contact form below with any personality traits or specifics you would like, and we will do our best to find a dog perfect for you.
What does it mean to adopt a rescue dog?
Adoption is the process through which someone absorbs full responsibility for a dog or any other type of pet. Since these are rescue dogs, there is a wide variety of personalities on show, with some dogs already coming house-trained and able to perform basic tricks, and others who have never even set foot in a home. While we give new adopters full ownership of the dog, we do so only after a period of time, so that we may monitor the dog and verify that it is indeed going to a good home.
Making sure its what you want
While we would love to promote as many people as we could to adopt a dog, we also like to make certain that the new adopter is capable of ensuring that that dog has a good life. It is important for someone adopting a dog to realise that it is not just property; it a new member of your family.
No matter how passionate you may be, it is imperative that you have adequate time, space and money to take care of said animal. Visits to the vet and occasional emergencies will occur, hence you should be prepared to cover these costs.
A dog is not a replacement for something, nor it is something that you can just give attention whenever you want; it is something which will require some effort every single day, for the rest of their life. Please carefully consider what you are doing when you take this animal. It is a life, not a toy.
Taking care of your new pet
Furthermore, you should be ready to meet other expenses, including grooming, treats, and a healthy diet of dog food. While some human foods like chicken and rice may be occasionally good for the dog, there are some which are poisonous to them. Some basics include
- Macadamia Nuts
We like to feed our dogs high protein, grain-free, dry food. We recommend this as grain can be detrimental to a dogs health, as can overfeeding.
In conclusion, please make sure that should you want to adopt a dog, you are knowingly going to need to spend money on it, and treat it with the care and love that it deserves.