If you have an approved application, please email email@example.com to let us know who you are interested in.
Once the dog is cleared to travel and we know who the foster family will be, your application will be sent to them. They will be in touch once the dog has arrived and had a chance to settle.
Please be patient as once again we are receiving a lot of interest in our new dogs. If you have emailed that you would like to meet a dog (s), rest assured your application has been sent to the foster (s).
We are ALL volunteers with families and jobs! We don't have staff or a shelter.
All the dogs are in boarding until they travel to New York so we don't have a lot of information on them other than what our volunteers shared with us when they met them at Animal Control. All dogs were sweet and friendly and did well with the other dogs they were introduced to. We will have more information once they get into foster homes.
A newly adopted dog experiences a lot of stress. They often need time to settle in and decompress in their new homes. When you bring your new pet home simply, allow the dog to rest when needed, undisturbed, and in an area of the home without the likelihood of anyone not being able to resist petting.
Use the rule of three when bringing in a new dog into your home.
·The first three days, your new pet may feel overwhelmed and is trying to adapt to its new surroundings.
·The first three weeks, the dog will start to settle in, feel more comfortable, and realizing that this is their home now.
·After three months your dog should be adapted to its new home.