Adopt a Dog

We’ve got plenty of unconditional love, emotional support, and constant cuddles. Click on a face below to learn more about that dog. If the floof captures your heart, fill out an adoption application so we know you’re interested in meeting each other.

No one? Well, check back with us because new dogs arrive every day.

Showing 27 Pets

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Retriever, Labrador Mix
Male
2 Month Old
Terrier, Pit Bull Mix
Male
2 Year Old
Rottweiler Mix
Female
1 Year 1 Month Old
Boxer Mix
Female
5 Year Old
Terrier Mix
Male
1 Year 6 Month Old
Shepherd Mix
Male
2 Month Old
Akita Mix
Female
2 Year 2 Month Old
Shepherd Mix
Female
3 Month Old
Boxer Mix
Male
2 Month Old
Alaskan Husky Australian Shepherd
Female
2 Month Old
Retriever, Labrador Mix
Male
2 Month Old
Retriever, Labrador Mix
Male
2 Month Old
Terrier, American Pit Bull Mix
Female
4 Year Old
Retriever, Labrador Mix
Female
2 Month Old
Shepherd Mix
Female
1 Year 4 Month Old
Australian Shepherd Mix
Male
2 Month Old
Retriever, Labrador Mix
Male
2 Month Old
Australian Shepherd Mix
Female
2 Month Old
Boxer Terrier
Male
1 Year Old
German Shepherd Mix
Male
2 Year 1 Month Old
Retriever, Labrador Mix
Male
2 Month Old
Retriever, Labrador Mix
Female
1 Year Old
Terrier, Pit Bull Mix
Female
5 Year Old
Shepherd Mix
Female
4 Year Old
Retriever, Labrador Mix
Male
2 Month Old
Shepherd Mix
Female
2 Month Old
Shepherd Mix
Female
3 Year Old

More Questions?

  • How much does it cost to adopt a pet?

    Puppies and kittens range from $10 to $50. Adults over 6 months are usually free. Adoption fees will be higher for certain breeds and in some locations. For example, Ojo Santa Fe puppies are typically $150. 

  • How do my adoption fees help the shelter?

    Adoption fees help with medical care, food, and shelter for all animals, not just the youngest or cutest. Most of that expense is paid by our fundraising efforts.

  • How can I prepare my home for adoption?

    It depends on your floof’s age and whether they’re a dog or cat. Check out our tips for preparing your home for your new pet. We provide you with a “starter kit” of a collar, pet food and treats.

    Also learn about the 3-3-3 rule. It takes a new pet 3 days to calm down, 3 weeks to adapt to your family, and 3 months to bond and build trust. Don’t worry. We’ll have more details and other tips in your adoption package. 

  • How do I become a foster parent?

    It’s simple. Start by filling out a foster application and our team will contact you. Fostering can be as easy as having a litter of young ones in a spare bathroom before they go to an adoption event. Or, maybe you’d like an adult to spend time with your family, just to see how that pet transforms with a little love and attention. We promise it’ll be rewarding.