Adopting or fostering a rescued dog can be one of the most rewarding experiences in your life. Rescued dogs are often the most loyal companions and very loving. A rescued dog understands and appreciates what it means to be loved and cherished, after having lost that home and love. But like any strong, healthy relationship, developing a strong relationship with your rescue dog requires work and commitment.
Some of these dogs have suffered abandonment, neglect and sometimes abuse. They require a patient, caring and committed home to help them adjust to their new environment. Some dogs may suffer from separation anxiety and bark or cry when left alone. This can last for several days or longer. We ask that you be willing to work with the dog for a minimum of 30 days. In addition, some dogs may require help in housebreaking again. When a dog is brought to a new home, he will need time to adjust and get acclimated to his new surroundings and schedule. He/she may have accidents during this period. We will be available during normal business hours to offer suggestions and assist you with any problems you may have with your "Abandoned Angel". In the event of an emergency, please contact us immediately. If you do not reach us right away, we will return your call as soon as possible if you specify that it's an emergency.
As time goes on, we hope to hear from you regularly (we love pictures too!) about how your Angel is doing. Nothing makes us happier than seeing our dogs go home and receiving regular updates and pictures.