What is New Hope Dog Rescue’s adoption process?
New Hope Dog Rescue is a registered non-profit and foster-based organization that has been rescuing and rehoming dogs in need since 2003. To provide a safe, foster-based environment for neglected and unwanted dogs, while promoting the human animal bond through education and community outreach. All of the dogs who join our program are partnered with loving and dedicated foster parents who open their homes to these animals in need. Foster families also help provide the care the dogs require until they can be matched with adoptive, permanent homes. Every dog receives proper medical care while with New Hope. This will range from the basics (vaccinations, deworming, microchip, spay/neuter), while others will require more extensive care (anything from dental work, to corrective surgery, to treatment of skin conditions). We rely on donations and support from the community to allow us to cover these medical expenses and to carry out and continue our mission. We are always in need of adopters, foster homes, donors and volunteers. To learn more, visit our website at www.newhoperescue.org Since the organization was founded, New Hope has found loving homes for over 3000 dogs! That is 3087 dogs given a better chance at life, 3087 dogs that had no hope before that were given a new hope and a new chance. In the first year (2003) 29 dogs were adopted into loving homes, now we average 250 dogs a year. This would not be possible without the amazing support of our community and loving families that open their hearts and homes to a dog in need. Whether it is fostering, volunteering, adopting, donating- it makes a world of difference for these dogs and thank you to everyone that has helped make our first 16 years as successful as it has been. Why adopt from New Hope? All of our dogs are health-checked by a veterinarian, and are up to date on needed vaccinations All dogs are micro chipped- a permanent identification for your dog Dogs over 5 months old are spayed/neutered If something unforeseen happens and you cannot keep your dog, New Hope will take the dog back into our foster care program- we will always be here for our adopted dogs. Our dogs live in home environments as a member of the family, which gives us a great sense of what they will be like in your home as well! This also helps ensure that they are well socialized. Most importantly, you save a life! Why foster for New Hope? New Hope provides all the needed supplies to foster including, but not limited to; food, leash, collar, crate, toys and bowls. Training support, obedience classes and daycare hours are also provided. On top of all this any medical care that is required, vaccinations, micro chipping, spay/neuters and anything else that the dog needs well in New Hope’s care is covered! If you have a vacation coming up, we can accommodate that too. What we ask of you is to provide a safe, loving and warm home for a dog in need of a temporary place to stay while awaiting adoption. Most importantly, you save a life! Why donate to New Hope? At any given time New Hope has 50-60, sometimes as many as 100 foster dogs in our care. As you can imagine vet care for this amount of dogs is very expensive. Your donations help to pay for routine vet care such as needed vaccinations and spay/neuter, but they also help with special cases that need diagnostics, surgery and potentially rehab. Check out our Guardians of Hope page at http://www.newhoperescue.org/guardians-of-hopeto see the current list of dogs in need of a little extra love and attention.
What is Buddy’s adoption fee?
The adoption organization hasn’t provided fee details on this pet yet, but you can reach out to them directly for more info.
Is Buddy good with kids?
Buddy is good with kids under the age of 5 and kids over the age of 5.
Is Buddy good with other animals?
Buddy is good with other dogs and cats.
When can I meet Buddy?
As soon as the adoption organization has a chance to review your information, they’ll reach out with next steps and timing.
When can I adopt Buddy?
Time to adopt varies, but typically adoption organizations require an official application prior to adoption. If you’re a match, they’ll reach out with next steps and timing.