Available for Adoption

The following AMAZING dogs are available for adoption with New Hope Dog Rescue.  Please have a look below and see if any of these wonderful friends are the right match for you.  If you find a dog you like, please fill out an adoption application and we will get back to you as soon as possible!

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Charlie
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  • Mixed Breed
  • Spayed/Neutered
  • Housebroken
  • Up-to-date with routine shots

IMPORTANT: Please do not do an inquiry through Petfinder, our volunteers do not have time to reply to the inquiries. Please visit our website to learn more about our adoption process at newhoperescue.org. This dog is being fostered with New Hope Dog Rescue (Saskatoon). If you are interested in adopting please fill out an Adoption Application. Meet and greets are by appointment only and done so after an adoption application has been submitted. A successful applications will be contacted by the foster home to discuss further. We are volunteer run so please be patient. My name is Charlie. I am 10 months old and came to my foster home as a very scared and unsocialized puppy. Because of patience and positive reinforcement, I have come to learn and love: going for walks, playing with other dogs, fetching and playing tug and just running around in back yard. In fact, a fenced yard is ideal for me as I need to run and fetch but I’m not ready for off leash areas. I need a home that has another well rounded dog. Someone who’s home often and has an active dog would help me flourish! I know to go to bathroom outside and when told it’s night time I will go to my kennel. I have learnt certain commands which I usually listen. Sometime I get distracted but we practice them every day and hopefully my new home will continue teaching me. I am pretty good with children as long as they just play tug and throw a ball but I will not let them pet me just yet. As a puppy I have a few bad habits I’m trying to break such as chewing trees, shoes, people’s clothes and digging. I am working on this with foster mom but again only with positive reinforcement. Any other way I become very anxious, cower and very scared. I have not had a lot of practice with car rides so that is something my forever home will have to work on. It does take me awhile to warm up and trust other humans who come to visit but eventually I will go smell them and relax. I am hoping and needing a family who will continue to help me grow in a positive way. Someone who is patient and never gives up on me as I will continue to need guidance, understanding and lots of love to grow into a healthy happy trustworthy dog who will give back to my new forever home love and lots of kisses. Charlie has been neutered, microchipped, dewormed, current on age appropriate vaccines and has received a health check from a vet. adoption fee is $295. To view more dogs go to http://www.newhoperescue.org/adopt/available-dogs/ Disclaimer: in most cases we are guessing the breed mix. These are best guesses on our part. For puppies it can be extremely difficult and we are also guessing on what size they will be. NEW HOPE DOG RESCUE is not a shelter. Our dogs are placed in loving foster homes. WE NEED FOSTER HOMES TO HELP MORE DOGS - CONTACT US TODAY!!! Definitions: Pending - means that we are working through the adoption process with the 1st applicant. We usually don't add the pending until we are pretty sure the adoption will go through (like at the home visit stage) Adopted - you know!! A happy ending for a homeless dog. Add me to end of all pets’ descriptions View full description »

Adult, Male, Large
Dolly
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  • Mixed Breed
  • Spayed/Neutered
  • Housebroken
  • Up-to-date with routine shots

IMPORTANT: Please do not do an inquiry through Petfinder, our volunteers do not have time to reply to the inquiries. Please visit our website to learn more about our adoption process at newhoperescue.org. This dog is being fostered with New Hope Dog Rescue (Saskatoon). If you are interested in adopting please fill out an Adoption Application. Meet and greets are by appointment only and done so after an adoption application has been submitted. A successful applications will be contacted by the foster home to discuss further. We are volunteer run so please be patient. Meet Dolly. She arrived into New Hope's care at the end of January. She is doing pretty well on house training, if let out regularly she does not have accidents in the house. She is learning to walk very well on a leash and responds to positive training (treats) and is eager to learn, however, loves to stop and smell the roses, which is great for enrichment. She is a bit unsure about bikes but if she keeps her distance she is fine. Dolly is not crate trained but can be left out overnight and she just sleeps on her dog bed or the couch, she doesn't get into any trouble! She is a big cuddle bug lap dog and will cuddle and kiss you all day long. She currently lives with a cat and they enjoy looking out the window together. She loves to play with her toys, fetch and tug of war and keep away. Will sit for any food without asking, especially for carrots and peanut butter. She is getting used to living in a home and can be overly protective. Slow introductions to new people starting outside may work best. She does better with one new person at a time and not groups.  Doesn’t love other animals that have high energy, She would do best in a quiet and calm house with other calm animals and not a ton of visitors (until trained) and a fenced yard to play with her toys and get to do zoomies in. She is a very special dog and is excited to meet her special forever family to have fun, loving moments, and adventures with. Dolly has been spayed, microchipped, dewormed, current on age appropriate vaccines and has received a health check from a vet. adoption fee is $295. To view more dogs go to http://www.newhoperescue.org/adopt/available-dogs/ Disclaimer: in most cases we are guessing the breed mix. These are best guesses on our part. For puppies it can be extremely difficult and we are also guessing on what size they will be. NEW HOPE DOG RESCUE is not a shelter. Our dogs are placed in loving foster homes. WE NEED FOSTER HOMES TO HELP MORE DOGS - CONTACT US TODAY!!! Definitions: Pending - means that we are working through the adoption process with the 1st applicant. We usually don't add the pending until we are pretty sure the adoption will go through (like at the home visit stage) Adopted - you know!! A happy ending for a homeless dog. Add me to end of all pets’ descriptions View full description »

Adult, Female, Large
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