Adopt 

Please note separate email for adoption questions:  partnerscaninesadopt@gmail.com

 

Our adoption fee is $250, which includes spay/neuter,  and age appropriate vaccines.

 

We require potential adopters to fill out an adoption application and be approved prior to meeting the dog.

 

In order to be considered, peoples' current pets must be listed on the application, up to date on vaccines, heartworm prevention and altered. If pets are a good fit, adoption fee is expected at time of meeting the animal (we no longer allow "test drives" of our dogs). 

 

Once approved, we encourage you to bring your dog, family etc. to meet the pet in our foster homes.

 

Adopters are expected to cover future vet visits and keep pets up to date on heartworm/flea preventatives, and vaccines. 

 

*Note: Our rescue program saves hundreds of at risk dogs in high kill facilities and we do not receive the same discounts a typical animal shelter would for service. Typically the animals we save require a lot more care than a healthy dog or puppy would. Our adoption fee reflects what we have to spend at our rescue veterinarian’s office to get dogs healthy, and ready for adoption.

 

The fee is not negotiable and cannot be refunded after 30 days if pet is returned. We require that Partners! Canines receives the dog back if adoption does not work out at any point in a pets life. Once owners have established they are an acceptable permanent home, we require a final adoption contract is submitted to finalize adoption. No adoptions are final until we receive a final contract and approve it. 

Dogs Up For Adoption
Thank you to our Business Partners:
The Pet Place - a free adoption kit to local adopters.
Mountain Dog and Friends - a free adoption kit to local adopters.
WoofPack Pet Services - 10% off a training course or private session.

Puppies!

We have LOTS OF PUPPIES that need a home!

 

Shown here are Bandit and Nala.  Each comes from a litter of puppies, so there are plenty to choose from.

 

Please see all the pictures on our Facebook Page and apply to adopt by filling out the Adoption Application above on this page!  Let's find these sweet pups a home!

Liberty

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Liberty is a sweet pup that is about 14 - 16 weeks old.  She was a stray picked up by Animal Control.  She did not do well in the shelter environment, but is thriving in her foster home.  As a stray, she is just learning basic commands and will need to continue to learn after adoption.  Please see our Facebook Page for more information and pics about this sweet pup!

Shiloh

We want to introduce Shiloh!  Shiloh is spayed, up to date on her vaccines, 8-9 years old, a mix breed and ready for a new home. We found out when she was spayed that she had ovarian cancer. Shiloh also had mammary tumors and a large inguinal hernia that had to be repaired, she had to have 2 surgeries! 

 

She has made a full recovery and is ready to get a couch to lay on! She was an outdoor dog before we got her. Her owner passed away and the family couldn't help her so they contacted us! Shiloh has Spondylitis, which basically means she has changes in her back that comes with old age, she is on pain medications as needed (which isn't very often because she is so tough). She still runs, plays and is a happy girl. We have learned that Shiloh is NOT great around cats, she is too curious.  Let's find this sweet girl a new furever home!

Gilly/Gilda

Gilly (or Gilda if you are more formal) is up for adoption! She tested positive for heartworms but is doing great with her heartworm meds.  She loves her foster home, but needs a new furever home. She wants so badly to bond w someone! She is 8 years old, vaccinated, microchipped, & healthy (other than the heartworms). She is not spayed yet but will be as soon as she finishes her treatment. Her heartworm treatment is included in her adoption fee. She is great with all other dogs she has met so far. Do not know how she would interact with cats - haven't tested that yet.

Frank

Frank is a sweet old dog, but can be temperamental about being messed with. (Examples, giving medications, looking at teeth, nail trims, and new people/strangers coming into the home) He gets attached to a person and he loves them. He is good with cats and dogs. Probably will do better with a friend.

We will have more adoptable pups listed as they become available.  For more information on adoptable pups please see rescueme.org and on our PartnersCanines Facebook page.

Recent Successes:

Wylie

UPDATE: Wylie was sent on transport to find his furever home!  

Janey/ Emiie

UPDATE:  JANEY IS ADOPTED! Now Emiie, this cute pup has found her furever home!