1. Email foster home requesting an adoption application, email@example.com
2. Fill out our ADOPTION APPLICATION and email back (please know that by filling this out you are not obligated, bound in any way, or guaranteed a dog)
3. Set a time to meet the dog
4. Verification of residence
5. If it seems like a match, place our foster dog in your forever home.
As part of the adoption process there is a vet reference conducted when applicants own other animals(dogs/cats). All existing animals of the applicant must be spayed/neutered, vaccinated, and have a history of heartworm prevention prescribed or purchased from their veterinarian. If you have any questions regarding this, please ask...we are happy to help.
Dogma Pet Rescue is comprised of all volunteers. We do our best at returning emails in a timely manor, but please understand that we have regular jobs and family obligations that demand our attention also. Sometimes "dog mail" comes last.
All donations help defray the cost of spay/neuters, vaccines, microchips, heartworm preventative, food, and any other veterinary service our foster dogs may need.
J.J. - Chihuahua / Italian Greyhound mixWe saw J.J. at Hillsborough County Animal Services and he reminded us of one of our favorite foster dogs, Jumpin Jack Flash! We tagged him to come to Dogma on the spot!! J.J. is proving to be just as fantastic as Jumpin Jack! He is laid back, easy going and a complete snuggle-bug!! J.J. is very dog-friendly, cat-friendly and loves everybody he meets! He is a special little dude and his foster mom, Terri, ADORES him!! J.J. is about 3 years old, weighs about 10 lbs (not quite 15 lbs), is neutered, microchipped, vaccinated and is on heartworm and flea preventative. His adoption donation is $200 and you can email Amy@DogmaRescue.org and if you are interested in adopting J.J. please visit our website www.DogmaRescue.org to download an application.
Chachi: Chihuahua mix
Bonnie: Pocket-pitBonnie was found by Dogma in the nick of time - she was about to get stuck in a lovers quarrel between two rowdy boys. It was obvious from her physical condition that she had been on the hard streets of Tampa for a while. But with lots of patience, training, and good ol’ TLC, Bonnie has blossomed into a healthy and absolute joy of a dog! To say this little gal is smart, is a complete understatement. Her eagerness to please and desire for commands and discipline is incredibly refreshing and quite remarkable. Bonnie is 2 years old and still as bouncy and silly as a young pup - which makes for entertaining evenings and lots of laughs! Bonnie is excellent with her foster pack but does have to be reminded of proper doggie etiquette once in a while. She would absolutely make for the perfect companion as she loves rides, walks and the company of everyone! Bonnie is spayed, heatworm tested (NEGATIVE), up to date on shots, and currently on HW and flea prevention. If you are interested in bringing the sweet girl into your heart and home, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.