I'm eager to get these pups into their forever homes! You can bet you won't have to wait around for me to respond to an email or phone call. I'll be in touch with you almost immediately. If you submit an application and I don't respond, please follow up with an email or phone call, as ocassionally something goes wrong with an online application submission.
If you have questions about a particular dog or puppy or simply want to inquire about their availability, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or even better? Submit our online questionnaire at marysdogs.com
Do you want to see ALL the dogs in the Mary's Dogs Den? CLICK HERE to see all the dogs looking for their families in our Facebook Album, "Current Adoptable Tail Waggers" http://on.fb.me/Qg7E7S
Potential adopters should fill out our adoption questionnaire which can be found on our Mary's Dogs website here: http://www.marysdogs.com/
You can submit the application right online. No need to print it and send by snail mail. Do be sure it was received, however. As mentioned previously, if you don't receive word back, it means that the questionnaire wasn't received. Please resend!
Once your questionnaire is complete we'll call you for a phone interview. We check all references and may also require a home visit.
The adopter will complete an adoption contract once the adoption has been approved.
The adoption fees range from $125 - $425 plus partial cost of transportation/NH quarantine ($95) and includes DHPP, or similar distemper/parvo vaccination, rabies vaccine, bordatella vaccine (kennel cough), interstate health certificate/pre-transport vet visit, spay/neuter, NPF fecal, worming, flea/tick preventative, microchipping. All of our dogs arrive in NH and are quarantined for 48 hrs (this is NH State Law) and receive a State of NH Health Certificate, as required by law. All dogs arrive healthy and clean, free of fleas and ticks, sporting a brand new collar and leash and ready to take on the world with their new best friend!
Mary's Dogs has a very active, bright and energetic Rescue Team in place. Our primary goal is to help nurture a bond between you and the dog who "finds" you. Our adoptions do not end when a dog goes home. We're committed to follow up (forever, but particularly through the first year) and support. We place great importance in training and ongoing education and ready to help!
See how active our community is. Find Mary's Dogs on Facebook. Loads of pictures and a whole lot of engagement.
Mary Doane has been serving the needs of animals for the past 40 years. She is the founder and owner of Project Nature, an environmental arts organization that helps children connect with the earth and other animals through music, art, and storytelling. Many of her programs are centered around canine behavior and care.