Adopted! Our Adoptables
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.
Wilson: Chihuahua mixWilson came from Hernando County Animal Services where he was picked up as a stray. They were able to locate his owner, but the owner said that he didn't want Wilson. We do not know what is wrong with people - Wilson is social and outgoing, happy and very well-behaved! We JUMPED at the opportunity to help Wilson! Wilson is just about a year old and weighs about 10 lbs. He is a very good boy, very dog-friendly and LOVES attention from his foster mom! Wilson is neutered, microchipped, vaccinated, heartworm tested (neg) and is on heartworm and flea prevention. His adoption donation is $150 and to apply to adopt Wilson, visit our website www.DogmaRescue.org for an application or email Amy@DogmaRescue.org.
Sam Hill: Border terrier / Yorkie / Chihuahua / ??? mixWhen we saw this scruffy little 5 lb guy at Hillsborough County Animal Services, we said, "WHAT THE SAM HILL IS THAT??" And he came home with us! Sam is full of fun and play - he LOVES to play with other dogs and is very submissive. He would be a great companion for another dog! Sam is also sweet and affectionate, he loves people-attention, and he is very well behaved and is even house broken and crate trained. Sam is only 1 year old, he is neutered, microchipped, vaccinated, heartworm tested (neg) and is on heartworm and flea prevention. His adoption donation is $250 and to apply for Sam Hill, please visit our website www.DogmaRescue.org to download an application or email Amy@DogmaRescue.org.
Wyclef Jean: Mini-schnoodle mixWhen Hillsborough County Animal Services was under a quarantine for a virus, the stray dogs of Hillsborough County had nowhere to go. The SPCA Florida (in Lakeland) teamed up with Talk Fusion and created an emergency shelter to house the dogs so they would be safe off the streets. Dogma stepped up to help find Forever Homes for some of these very special refugee dogs, and Wyclef Jean is one of them. (He is named after lead singer of The Fugees, Wyclef Jean was a refugee from Haiti). Wyclef is about 1-1/2-2 years old, he weighs about 15 lbs., he is dog-friendly, has been good with the housecat (although the housecat is a lot bigger than him!), and is neutered, microchipped, vaccinated, heartworm tested (neg) and is on heartworm and flea preventative. His adoption donation is $150, please visit our website www.DogmaRescue.org to complete an application to adopt Wyclef or email Amy@DogmaRescue.org for more information.