Please follow the steps below before completing the application to learn about our very special dogs, and what you can expect from us and what we expect from you.

  1.  Read our Policies and Procedures page.
  2.  Read our FAQs page.
  3.  Read our Crating page
  4.  Click on Our Dogs page.
  5.  Click on the picture of any dog you are interested in.  You will find all of the information regarding the dog such as adoption fees, location, and bio.
  6.  Visit the Application page and complete.

We are a 501c3 non profit organization dedicated to rescuing dogs from breeding facilities who are no longer useful or puppies who cannot be sold and dogs from euthanasia lists from selected shelters. We occasionally can take an owner surrender if space allows.

All donations go toward the rescue of these very at risk dogs and are greatly appreciated.

Adopt Me

Hi! My name is Trouble and I am a very scared little Maltese boy who is 8 years old and I weigh 10 pounds. I have lived in confinement all of my life so I need a quiet home with no children and a stay at home parent who will teach me all about life and love. A socialized sibling would be a great help to me too. If you have been waiting for a little boy to love and teach to love, please ask for me on your application.

Love, Trouble 010817-23

Events

Arizona

Paws Around the Fountain
Sat, March 23, 2019 10AM-3PM
12925 North Saguaro Blvd
Fountain Hills, AZ

Colorado

Petco Stores throughout Denver and Colorado Springs

New Mexico

Petco stores in Farmington and Albuquerque.

Make A Donation

Help support our 2019 goal of 600 rescues.   You can use the PayPal button to make a donation, or to pay an adoption fee for your new friend.  Also click on the "Big Red Donation Button" to see the other ways you can donate to help our cause.  All donations are tax deductible.

 

House Training

         The Majority of the dogs we rescue have lived their entire lives in less than ideal conditions so will need to be house and leash trained.  Most have never lived in a house, walked on a leash, had a treat or sat in a lap.  For many of them, their feet have never touched the ground until they arrive at our main facility after spending years on wire.  In other words, most things that dogs take for granted all of their lives.  However, they will learn with time, love, patience, and most of all commitment.  You must have an ample supply of all of these to reap the rewards of watching these very special dogs become your wonderful companion.

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