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  1. Adoption | ASDOG - ASDOG | Australian Support Dogs Inc
    Retired Assistance Dog Adoption. After years of devoted service and companionship ASDOG recipients commonly choose to keep their retired assistance dog within their family unit. If this is not possible the Management Committee will locate a suitable adopter for the aging dog to share a quiet lifestyle with.
  2. Released dogs adoption | Seeing Eye Dogs Australia
    Released dogs adoption. Standards for becoming a successful Seeing Eye Dog are very high, due to their essential role in guiding people with low vision and blindness, therefore not all of our dogs will graduate. That’s where our adoption program steps in. Finding the right homes for our lovely dogs.
  3. Guide Dogs Victoria - Facebook
    10/4/2012 · Nala, Guide Dogs Victoria Ambassadog has been spreading the word tha... t # GuideDogsCanGoAnywhere in her local community with her handler Craig Ondarchie MP.Together, they've taken to their local shops to let everyone know that Guide Dogs can access all areas!
  4. Our current released dogs | Seeing Eye Dogs Australia
    Noah loves to play and is good with other dogs however he would be best suited to a home without a cat. He is fantastic with kids and is able to remain calm and gentle around them. Noah is available for adoption to Victorian applicants only and within driving distance of Kensington, Melbourne. Price: $2500. Register your interest
  5. Guide Dogs for the Blind | Dog Adoption
    Dogs are matched in consideration of the needs of both the dog and the potential adopting home. Most of the dogs are between 1 and 2 years old, and can be any of our breeds: Labrador Retrievers, Golden Retrievers, and Lab/Golden crosses. The regular adoption fee for these dogs is $750.
  6. Victoria Adoptables | Local Dogs, Cats, & Small Animals ...
    Victoria Adoptables has no knowledge as to the health or temperament of any of these animals nor do we make any representations or assume responsibility for the animal in any way. Victoria Adoptables does not screen or advise the rescues who post their animals nor do we verify the information contained in any post. ... adoption or in any way ...
  7. Adopting a Retired Military Working Dog - Petful
    11/11/2014 · Adopting a retired military working dog is not simple. To begin the process, interested adoption candidates must complete a 2-page application. The document requests basic information to assist staff with coordinating the best fit for the prospective family and the dog.
  8. The Seeing Eye - Adopt a Dog
    The majority of dogs available for adoption are between 1.5 and four years old. The youngest have learned basic obedience and are housebroken. Some of the dogs have had some guide dog training. Dogs that have retired from careers as guides also are available and usually are 7 years or older.
  9. View dogs up for adoption | Lost Dogs Home
    Check out all the dogs available for adoption online. Mark down the animal ID of the dogs you want to meet in the fur. All dogs are health-checked, behaviourally assessed, desexed, microchipped and vaccinated. Visit our Adoptions Centre. Here an adoptions attendant will help you find the right pet for your household and lifestyle.
  10. Greyhound rescue: Your guide to fostering or adopting a ...
    7/1/2019 · Fostering a rescued greyhound. If you're not able to make the lifelong commitment of adopting a greyhound, don't worry! You can still get all the perks of sharing your home with one AND save a life — by becoming a temporary foster carer for greyhound rescue.. Greyhound rescue groups across the country are always on the lookout for committed, reliable foster carers who can help dogs make the ...
  11. Adopting a Senior Pet - Rockys K9 Rescue
    The adoption of a senior pet is an honour and can be an incredibly rewarding experience. Rocky’s K9 Rescue has successfully (very successfully – happy faces all round) re-homed many senior dogs and a few senior cats as well. Senior pets once had a family and a life. For whatever reason, they end up at the pound.
  12. Retired Guide Dogs Finally Get to Kick Back - Vetstreet
    Colby is enjoying retirement. On summer days, he takes a dip in the backyard pool whenever he’s hot and spends time cruising on the boat or taking strolls along the boardwalk on trips to the Jersey shore with his family. And in the winter, he vacations in Vermont, where he romps in the snow and ...
  13. Circle Tail - Retired Assistance Dogs
    Retired Assistance Dogs. This page is meant to honor all of our hard working service dogs who have served their partners well until they had to retired. We are grateful for their love and dedication to their human partners. Our first recipient, Angie, has set up a retirement fund in Syd's honor.
  14. Greyhound Adoption Program VIC | Adopt A Greyhound | GAP
    Adopt or foster a greyhound today! Entering retirement life can be very daunting for a greyhound. Many of our greyhounds that come into the program after racing need some extra help in a home environment before finding the perfect couch for them to spend the rest of their retirement.
  15. - Duo: Assistance Dogs for All Needs
    We train and connect dogs with people to cultivate positive change in individuals, families, and communities. Duo is a national not-for-profit organization providing highly skilled service dogs to individuals with disabilities and uniquely trained therapy teams in the community, offering dignity, hope, and independence to those we serve.
  16. Greyhound Rescue - Canada's Guide to Dogs
    Greyhound Rescue . Please Note: Greyhounds typically have a short racing career, usually retiring by the age of five years, and since their life expectancy is between 12 to 15 years, there are almost always adult dogs looking for adoption into loving homes.We urge you to consider the adoption of an adult Greyhound. Canada: Greyhound Pets Inc. A non-profit greyhound rescue and adoption ...
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