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Thank you for wanting to adopt one of our precious rescues! Many have been through tough times and will need time and patience to help them acclimate in a new home. Please copy and paste the folowing 15 questions in an email, fill in the answers, and email to Pamela Jo at PamelaJoWolflady2@sbcglobal.net  This will help us make a good match for you.


QUICK QUESTIONS
1. Where exactly are you located? (City and state please)
2. Is it rural where you live or city?
3. Do you own or rent your home?
4. Please describe your fencing - i.e. what kind (wood or chain link), height at lowest point ... and if you are willing to reinforce if needed
5. Please list all other animals on property with ages and genders
6. Doggie door?
7. Do you work away from home?
8. How many hours would the dog be left home alone? (for whatever reason, work, shopping, movies, vacation etc.)
9. Where would the dog be left while you are gone?
10. Others in your household?
11. Are you normally very active outdoors daily [i.e. hiking in the woods] or just like to walk around neighborhood and/or go to dog parks?
12. Are you looking to adopt a wolfdog or a northern-breed dog?
13. What experience do you have with these breeds and what negative behaviors have you worked with?
14. Are you able to help with transport?
15. How old are you? 
16. Your full name 
17. Your phone number
 
Thank you! This saves us all a lot of time and we will get back to you promptly. If we think we have a good match for you we will send you an Adoption Application via email to continue the adoption process. All potential adopters are required to have a Home Visit to ensure that the fencing and enviroment is suitable for the animal.
 
Please note, there is usually a $150 Adoption Fee/Donation unless waived prior to adoption. We look forward to hearing from you!

 

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