Even though pet adoptions have been on the rise, there are still thousands of pups waiting to find forever homes. These adorable adoptable dogs are available this month at different shelters and rescues across the country.
Posted by Billy Francis
No need to look for the Bear necessities, he’s right here at Tulsa SPCA in Oklahoma. Evacuated from a Louisiana animal shelter just before Hurricane Ida hit, this lovable pup is ready to find his forever family in the Sooner State. He’s a chill guy with a big head and an even bigger heart, who loves nothing more than a cuddle on the couch.
Take Bear to the woods and enjoy a walk through nearby Mohawk Park together.
If you want to give Bear a hug, set up a meet and greet here. Adoption fees are $100.
Tulsa SPCA is one of the many shelters around the country that has stepped up to help animals from regions hit by Hurricane Ida. With a history stretching back over 100 years, their mission is to improve the lives of dogs and cats, and their human companions.
It’s time to meet your match at the Arizona Humane Society Campus for Compassion. Cora is an adorable Chihuahua and Italian Greyhound Mix who needs a calm home because she can be shy. This sweet five-year-old only has one eye, but this doesn’t stop her being playful with the people she loves.
Take your new dog up to Dobbins Lookout for valley views at South Mountain Park and Preserve.
Cora is waiting to join your pack. Information on how to bring her home can be found here. Adoption fees are $135.
The Arizona Humane Society is an ethical no-kill shelter. Since 1957, they’ve been trying to give every pet who walks in the door a better chance at a good life. In addition to rehoming animals, the shelter runs a number of rewarding programs that save thousands of lives each year.
Otto is a big lovebug who’s been on a weight loss mission. After his old family lost their home, the Kentucky Humane Society took him in. When he arrived, he weighed over 100 pounds and needed to lose some of it to return to health. Now, he’s sitting pretty at 80 pounds and ready to find a new home where he can run around in circles and sunbathe all day.
Give Otto his forever home here. Adoption fees are $200.
The Kentucky Humane Society is the largest pet adoption agency in the Bluegrass State and a champion for companion animals. In addition to saving and rehabilitating animals, they run a program called the Mod Squad for animals in need, like Otto. This initiative aims to improve the behavior of dogs in need, readying them for adoption.
Rey is a super snuggler awaiting her turn for a second chance at Animal Welfare Society in Kennebunk. Patience is key to unlocking Rey’s superstar potential. She can be shy around new people, but when she gets to know you there’s no stopping her love and devotion.
Get to know the new lady in your life at Kennebunk Dog Park.
Are you ready to bring a Rey of sunshine into your home? Her adoption details can be found here.
Animal Welfare Society assists more than 10,000 pets and community members every year. This progressive shelter is situated on 40 acres of land, giving pups the chance to relax and recuperate before finding a family to call their own.
Blaze a new trail with a new best friend! You can find this lovable senior at The Potter League for Animals in Middletown. Despite being 10 years old, Blaze is an active pup who loves walks almost as much as he loves treats. He will do best as the only canine in your crib.
Book it to the beach with Blaze and let him feel the sand between his paws at Sachuest Beach.
Save a senior and bring Blaze home here. Adoption fees are $315.
Based in Rhode Island, The Potter League for Animals provides furry friends suffering from homelessness with shelter, veterinary care, behavior training, spay and neuter services, and the opportunity to find a loving home.
Ernie is one of the “pawsome” pups spending his summer in the Bear’s Den with Operation Kindness in Dallas. He’s a sociable guy who loves to play with dogs his own size and will never turn down a snuggle session.
Hike with your hound on the paved and natural pathways at Arbor Hills Trail.
If you want to rehome Ernie, information can be found here. Adoption fees are $185.
Founded in 1976 by a group of animal lovers who wanted to show kindness to homeless pets, Operation Kindness is still staying true to this mantra. The shelter has grown and evolved since, and has recently opened a state-of-the-art campus to help with the comfortable rehabilitation of pets in need.
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