Below are adoptable dogs needing a new home because their owners have had a lifestyle change requiring them to find a new home for their pet. Please be aware that the dogs posted on this page are courtesy listings. These dogs do not belong to WILD Canine Rescue; we have not assessed or examined them. All information provided has been submitted by the owners; we cannot verify its accuracy. For additional information or to adopt, please complete the application to adopt a Home to Home Dog below, once approved to adopt, we will schedule your appointment to meet.
Our Home to Home Program works with families and individuals in crisis to keep their pets. We help victims of domestic violence , hospitalized patients without options, and other emergency situations with foster homes, temporary boarding, and other assistance.
Our Home to Home Program will help owners rehome their pet. Re-homing may be the best option sometimes. Though it’s difficult to accept, don’t delay after coming to this conclusion. You’ll want to find your companion a new home and keep them out of the shelter. Let us help.
The Home to Home Program will keep dogs out of the shelter and prevent healthy dogs from being euthanized.
If this is something YOU think you may need assistance with, please click the link below to complete the form:
Will you just look at those puppy dog eyes? This 4-year-old boy is being rehomed through no fault of his own with Duchess (they can be separated as they are NOT bonded). He checks all the boxes! Roscoe likes cats, dogs, and kids! What's not to love about this guy? The fact that he's UTD on shots, neutered, and housebroken only makes him even more perfect! If you'd like to meet this big guy just fill out an application below!
Check out this 5-year-old handsome guy! Marvin is certainly not starvin' at about 100 lbs. This big boy is UTD on shots, microchipped, and neutered. He loves other dogs but does not have experience with cats. Marvin is a sweetheart but is recommended for a family with older kids because of his size which is also why he wears a pinch collar on walks. He's been to obedience training and loves to play in the yard. Fill out an application below if you would like to meet this guy!
This 6-year-old girl is a smart cookie! She's an inside dog, likes kids, cats, and other dogs! Wait, there's more! Duchess is spayed, UTD on shots, and housebroken. What more could you ask for in a dog? She's being rehomed with Roscoe (they can be separated as they are NOT bonded) through no fault of her own and would love to be your new companion! Fill out an application below to meet this sweet girl!
Kali is 1.5 year old Treeing Walker Coonhound. She is very energetic and her owner no longer has the time needed to give her. Kali gets along with cats and other dogs. She also enjoys children (recommend older children due to her energy level). Kali loves running, playing outside and toys. Kali is spayed, up to date on all vaccinations and house & crate trained. Adoption fee is $100 donation to WILD
Sweet and Gentle Ben! Ben is a deaf pit bull mix who is available for adoption through our Home to Home Program Now! He is 8 years, neutered, up to date on all vaccinations and is good with kids and other dogs. (not sure about cats at this time)
Buddy is a 3 year old "teddy bear" (1/2 bichon fries and 1/2 shih Tzu). He weighs just 12.5 lbs and is a very loving towards family but wary of strangers. A home without children is necessary. Buddy is housetrained to potty time chimes with occasional accidents if left alone for long period of times. Buddy would do best with a confident owner who either works from home or is retired.
Buddy is neutered and up to date on all immunizations. His adoption fee is $100 donation to WILD
Did you just see a dog available through our Home to Home Program that we posted on facebook or other social media but its not on our website yet? That's okay, go ahead and submit an application.
PLEASE NOTE: A 'HOME TO HOME' DOG IS A DOG THAT IS BEING REHOMED BY THEIR OWNER AND IS NOT A WILD RESCUE DOG. A WILD RESCUE DOG IS ONE THAT LIVES WITH A FOSTER VOLUNTEER AND HAS BEEN RESCUED BY WILD DUE TO BEING HOMELESS, ABANDONED OR ABUSED. THE FACEBOOK POST WILL SAY IF THE DOG IS A WILD 'RESCUE' OR A 'HOME TO HOME' DOG. PLEASE MAKE NOT OF THIS PRIOR TO SUBMITTING APPLICATION.