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We will provide Free Transport for all of our adoptees to anywhere within the United States! All dogs are up to date on vaccinations, and our adults are fixed. If a puppy is less than a year old, they will still be intact, but we will cover the cost of their sterilization when they are ready.

We do have a flat rate adoption fee of $300.

Adoption Application can be found at the bottom of this page.

Accepting Applications

June 1st, 2023: Cookie!

6-month old Male. Awaiting sterilization appointment. In need of pledges to cover his vetting. Approximately $300 for full vetting. 

Happy Cookie is part of the big dog family here, so he is well adjusted to dogs, cats and humans, although he can be shy in the beginning. A survivor of a neglect case, he is ready to be loved and cherished for the rest of his life. 


Featured Pup



1 year old, Female, Euthanasia Survivor

Bella was saved from euthanasia at the last possible minute from the Clovis, NM Animal Shelter. She has been with us for 3 months, awaiting to be found by her forever family. Approximately 1 year old, funny, playful, excited, energetic, and growing a little chunky, she's the biggest sweetheart you'd ever meet! 



7 Months Old, Female, Neglect Case Survivor

Candy is 7 months old, happy healthy, and shy. She loves playing with other dogs, and she just reached the point of being excited to lay in bed with a human. She's got a little chunk on her, but she loves a large yard to run around in with another dog. She's lovely with cats, not really caring too much what those cats are doing. She will warm right up to you with some treats, and she'll lay around your feet wherever you are. 



6-Month Old, Male,

Negelct Case Survivor

Our Featured Pup. Cookie is a survivor of a neglect case, and he is happier and healthier than ever. He is used to dogs and cats, so he will fit right in with your family. Awaiting his neutering appointment. 

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1 year old, Male,

Euthanasia Survivor

Patrick is 1 of 4 that were saved on the same day from euthanasia. He is extremely hyper, but will calm down for some pets and hugs. He is neutered, and therefore good with most other dogs, but has reacted to one particular male before, but no one else. He can be tense when he first meets someone, but after some pets, he relaxes and has fun with you. We recommend introducing him to cats slowly; he is around them now but is always leashed or kenneled when he is around cats. 

Taking care of them demands much more attention than updating the website, so please be patient with us as we update our fosters :)

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