To adopt a dog requires your time and patience. Thanks for your decision to stand up against dog overpopulation and homelessness. While in foster homes, the dogs receive basic training and are shown what love and care looks and feels like. They will, however, need time to adjust to your home. You will need a little patience and understanding as they adjust. As time passes the dog will begin to trust you, and feel more supported. Remember to be patient and ease into introductions to new people, animals and places.

Our dogs are spayed/neutered (dependent on age) and are up-to-date on vaccines. For those dogs who are too young to be fixed when adopted we cover the costs of surgery as part of the adoption agreement. For those dogs who are heartworm positive we will see them through their treatment until they are heartworm free.

If you’d like to meet a dog contact us. Next we will put you in touch with the foster of the dog you’re interested in adopting to arrange a Meet & Greet. If all goes well, we will then contact you for a home visit to check out your home. The dog then comes for a week sleep over and if the dog fits you and you fit the dog we finalise the adoption. We ask for a minimum donation of $100 on adoption for adult dogs, $200 minimum donation on adoption for puppies and small breed dogs.

Available Dogs



My name is Precious. I am about 2 years old and was found dumped on the street. I was very skinny but have gained weight in my foster home. I love everyone I meet and am enjoying the attention I am getting from my foster parents. I am a little unsure of other dogs after my time on the street so I would be better suited to a home without fur babies. I am house trained and well behaved in the home.

Deefer Dog


My name is Deefer Dog. I am a friendly boy who is house trained and loves laying in the AC. I enjoy having two decent walks a day and then chilling with my people. I am around 2 years of age. I walk well on the leash and am well behaved in the home.



My name is Quixote. I was found as a stray and was in a real state. I am now happy and healthy. My ideal home is one with another dog as I love canine company. I would also prefer no younger children as they are unpredictable and make me nervous. I am a very loyal and loving boy once I get to know you. I love my toys and chasing a ball in the garden but also like quiet time in the AC. I am house trained.

Adoption Process

First Step

Contact us and have a meet and greet with the dog you are interested in.

Second Step

Home check is carried out.

Third Step

Dog comes on a sleep over. We supply all the equipment needed, crate, leash, collar, bowls, food etc.

Final Step

Adoption papers are signed, donation paid and our equipment returned.