Until there are none, adopt one!


How to adopt your new best friend

If you are considering a pet our adoption process can be completed in these 4 simple steps

  1. Fill out the application
  2. Once we receive the application we will begin processing it and will be in contact with you via email or phone.  We are all volunteers; we will try to get back to you in 48 hours but please be patient.
  3. If approved we will schedule a home visit.  It will be a time for you to meet the dog you’re interested in adopting.  This is necessary because we do not have a brick and mortar building.  We are a foster based rescue and need to maintain the privacy of our fosters.
  4. Accept the Have A Heart adoption contract and adopt your new best friend

All dogs will be microchipped, up to date on vaccinations and if old enough are heartworm tested prior to adoption.  All dogs are also required to be spayed and neutered before adoption.  There are way too many dogs out there being euthanized because of pet overpopulation.  Spaying and neutering is mandatory.

Take a look at our adoptable dogs below and if you see a dog you’re interested in please fill out the adoption application below.

Please note that we don’t have a physical building.  Our dogs are in foster homes.  We believe in getting these dogs back into a loving and caring environment as quickly as possible to help them adjust back into a normal life.  Many of these animals have been in horrible conditions in shelters or passed back and forth between shelters.  It is for this reason we prefer to use foster homes instead of a traditional brick and mortar building.  In consideration of the privacy of our fosters, dogs can be seen by appointment only after an application has been filled out and you have been approved as a potential adopter.

We are currently updating our adoption application process and will be adding a fillable form soon.  While we are working on it if you are interested in any of our pets please download the application and email it to adopt@haveaheartdogrescue.com