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  Dogs For Adoption

 Some of these rescues are courtesy listings, so please read to the end of each Bio to determine who to contact. Check all pages to see all dogs. Note: New postings are not always on first page, so please take a look at all the pages as they change frequently!

If you are interested in any of our rescues [Pamela Jo], please fill out an Adoption Application and fax or mail back. All references will be checked and a Home Visit will be arranged at your convenience. You must be over 30 years of age for permanent adoption, but we do consider those under 30 for fostering.

Please help us find missing animals on our
Lost Dogs page.

Please help! Donations Needed Desperately!! 
Your donations are what keep us saving lives... donations pay for spay/neutering, medical costs, food, transportation, fees to pull dogs from the shelter, etc... please click and help us out
URGENT! These pups need your help!  DONATIONS needed to help these pups! Please read their story ... 
 PERMANENT HOMES NEEDED - currently in foster homes now.
CO - 12 northern-breed dogs (mostly Malamute, Huskies and maybe a couple of NoLow wolfdogs) need homes. They were owned by a senior couple [hoarders] that never spayed/neutered the original pair and just allowed them to breed and roam their 20-acre property. They were living in an area congested and littered with trash and have always lived outdoors. None of these dogs has ever been leashed, handled or even petted but they are pretty calm and curious as you can see from the photos. They come up pretty close for treats and food and some you can touch. They seem to be in good health and are fed regularly but most are underweight as the food is spread on the ground and the fastest get the most food. Some had porcupine quills hanging on to their muzzles. They will all need to be spayed and neutered as they have never been to the vet. Two have lived in a kennel since birth (one-year-old brother and sister, no names, shown above).
UPDATE  - Four of the dogs have gone to Four Corners Wolf/Dog Rescue/Sanctuary in Farmington, NM. The remaining eight have gone to Moonsong Malamute Rescue. These animals are receiving rehabilitation, vet care and lots of love and attention, but soon they will need placement in permanent homes.
We are asking all northern-breed Dog Rescues - as well as wolfdog Rescues - to please step up and help get these dogs into permanent homes.
Whitey -  6-month-old male [shown standing with Spunky above]
Spunky - 6-month-old black & white male
Sparky - 6-month-old black & white male [looks like Spunky]
No name - 6-month-old black, grey & white male, more shy
Buddy - 1-year-old white female
Bull - 1-year-old white male
No name - Kenneled 1-year-old white female [shown at top]
No name - Kenneled 1-year-old white male [shown at top]
Osine (Ah-seenay) 4-year-old white female, she has heterochromia [one blue eye, one brown eye]
Mama - 5-year-old white female (shown with quills in her face)
Butch - 7-year-old grey male (father of pups) 
Rusty - unk age
Transportation help is available. If you can help with any of these sweet dogs, please contact either of the two Rescue groups. Donations urgently needed to help pay for transportation and vet care. Click here ... Donations  Please help us help them.
Extremely Urgent! This is a request for help from Sarasota, FL. 
A beautiful white dog has been impounded by Sarasota County and will be euthanized at the end of this month. They have him labeled as a wolfdog but we see White German Shepherd with maybe some White Malamute. Yellow, amber or gold eyes are common in white northern breeds and many are mistakenly labeled as wolfdogs only to be killed at shelters. If you are able to provide Sanctuary placement for this friendly, social animal, please contact Karen Erskine at Second Wind Foundation: Karen Erskine <behere2bewell@gmail.com>  (941) 713-7361
Second Wind Foundation is involved with the litigation on this dog, 7-year-old male. He is incarcerated in Sarasota county for doing absolutely nothing wrong, over 110 days now in solitary. Solitary confinement is abominable for any animals - severe depression and even death can be a result. His hearing is May 28, and as a backup offer for the county attorney, the case attorney might offer a sanctuary/long-term Rescue facility as an option to euthanasia if they get enough feedback supporting his release. Any help you could give us would be most appreciated! Blessings. Please contact: Karen 941.713.7361 Second Wind Foundation  <behere2bewell@gmail.com>

 Urgent - Pahrump, Nevada - (outside Las Vegas) - Beautiful Luna with the golden eyes - she is a 4-year-old female Husky/Malamute that needs a home by end of July. She is about 65 lbs, spayed and is up to date on vaccinations. She is also microchipped. She is a bit dominant with other dogs and likes to be the leader, so a home as an only dog with lots of exercise would be best for her. She loves that one-on-one attention. She walks nicely on leash but does tend to pull a bit in the beginning if she is excited. She has been kept outdoors all the time but is well behaved indoors as well. 
Luna has no separation anxiety but likes to dig a bit for fun. Luna has had basic training and is submissive and shy at first meeting and is a little afraid of fast-moving, noisy kids ... so best in a home without children or a lot of excitement. Luna likes a calm household, good daily exercise and an experienced handler. Transportation help is available. Please contact PamelaJoWolflady2@sbcglobl.net   or Robin at CalmCompanions@hotmail.com
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