Here's the answer to a few questions you may have
I found a stray dog, can I bring it to you?
No. All stray dogs need to go to your local county shelter to serve a legal stray hold.
Where do you get your dogs?
Most of our dogs come from the Humane Society of SW Washington. Because of our experienced fosters, we also work with other local reputable dog rescues when they have a dog that might require more attention. Our main focus at this time is to assist our local community of dog rescuers to ensure that dogs find their forever homes.
I need a home for my dog. Can I surrender my dog to you?
We do not take owner-surrendered dogs. We hold strong to our mission of rescuing dogs with medical and behavioral needs in overcrowded shelters facing immediate euthanasia risk. Humane Society of SW Washington and local county shelters accept owner surrenders and generally have good adoption rates.
What if we adopt a dog and it doesn't work out?
Your contract states that you will return the dog to us if there is an issue. We do attempt to troubleshoot the issues you're having before a return is finalized. If you ultimately decide the dog needs to be returned, send us an email or give us a call so we can make the necessary arrangements. We are foster-based, so sometimes we need a little time to coordinate a foster home where the dog can be returned.