Dogs For Adoption
Some of these rescues are courtesy listings so
please read to the end of each Bio to determine who
to contact. New postings are
not always on first page, so please take a look at all the
If you are interested in any of our rescues
please email Pamela at PamelaJoWolflady2@sbclobal.net for an Adoption Application.
All references will be checked and a Home Visit will be
arranged at your convenience. You must be over 30 years of age for permanent adoption, but we do consider those
under 30 for temporary fostering.
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Now Very Urgent! Riudoso, NM
- This 6
year od sweetie - Chafha
(pronounced Sha FA) - is having to look for a
new home. Her owner who loves her dearly is having severe [terminal] health problems
and cannot keep her any longer. He's had her since a pup and wants her to have a loving
home. He is willing to help with transport. Chafha will be spayed
before adoption. She weighs about 60-65 lbs, is up to date with vaccinations, has
one blue eye and is microchipped. She gets along with most male dogs but a bit
dominant with females. She is fine out playing but we would not place
her with another dominant female. Chafha is housetrained and walks nicely on
leash. She even heels with her owner in his wheelchair! She has good recall in her
yard but has never been off leash outside her yard. Chafha is very well behaved
indoors and can be left home alone, even better if
she has another canine companion. She will let you know when she
wants to go out, has some basic training - Sit, Lie Down, Fetch, etc. - and
no food aggression with humans or dogs. Chafha has a high prey drive and will jump
up trees to catch squirrels, cats, critters so no little dogs or cats please.
Chafha is friendly with everyone - kids come over to visit and play with her but
she gets excited and wants to play, and jumps up sometimes so best in a
home without small children. She's in great health and submissive with all humans.
She loves to ride in the car and has no history of neglect or abuse. Well loved.
Transportation help is available and we would like to see her go to a cool climate
where she will get her lovely Husky coat back in. Please call Pamela at (775)
833-2066 [best] or email PamelaJoWolflady2@sbcglobal.net
Transportation help available. Time is of the essence.
Urgent! currently in boarding
and owner cannot afford to to this much longer.
Update: Owner placed them both with a person nearby and
they tried to escape to come home. Skoda got caught on the deer fencing and
tore his side pretty bad. He is now being cared for at a boarding kennel.
They need to be separated so if you are interested in one of these pups
please contact Pamela Jo.
Citrus Heights, CA (near Sacramento)
- Two beautiful Huskies/Malamutes Skoda and
Teki need homes ASAP! They have to be
separated so if you are interested in either of them please contact Pamela
Jo. We can send you more photos too.
4 1/2-year-old Skoda
lighter-colored male [above] is
neutered and up to date on vaccinations. He is very
needy and likes to be with someone around all the time - we
are lookingfor an adopter who is retired, works at home, etc. He can
get anxious/destructive if left home alone, but he's such a very
loving and affectionate boy. He may be able to be crate/kennel
trained for very short periods of time but that will take patience and
I just got word that poor Skoda was placed in a temporary
foster home an dhe tried to escape over deer fencing. He got caught and
ripped his side open. He is now convalescing but needs a loving home with
escape-proof containment and someone around to keep him company.
or Teki -
is 5 1/2 years old,
spayed female (the
dark one on the right). She loves people, good with
other dogs especially if the dogs are submissive. A little pushy
with dominant female dogs but not aggressive. She's very
sweet. Teki is better when left home alone with another dog for
short periods of time.
Both dogs lov
e to play and are good with other dogs but play rough so we would not
place with little doggies. No cats please! They both walk
nicely on leash, are housetrained and well behaved indoors.
Secure 7' fencing [or 6' Fence with lean ins] recommended. They
have had some training as Service Dogs - i.e. pull carts through stores -
but since they are not that good with cats this should be carefully
considered and we would not place with someone physically handicapped that
could get pulled down. They would make good emotional support
dogs for someone around a lot. Skoda is needy himself and
likes a lot of human attention. They were confiscated because they
escaped owner's yard through a broken board. Secure fencing is required and
someone who is around a lot - retired, works at home - is best for these
northern breeds, and someone active daily would be awesome for
these pups. They ned to be separated so if you are interested in adopting
one of these beautiful dogs please email Pamela Jo at PamelaJoWolflady2@sbcglobal.net
Transportation help available. Time is of the
essence! Foster can't keep!
We also have a nice video of
Sweet 2-year-old male. Currently in
foster with a Wolf Rescue, this low-content male
wolfdog needs a very experienced forever home. Despite being
housetrained, affectionate and having terrific social skills with
other dogs, he's already failed in a home twice (once before he
was pulled from a shelter, and then again after he was adopted to
a fairly dog-savvy home). Sabre is mouthy and he is a social
climber ... if you give him an inch, he'll take a mile. He is a
handful but he gives his foster (who is a wolf-experienced
handler) NO trouble or attitude at all, but she is
firm about boundaries and a strong, consistent leader - and that's
the kind of handler that this boy needs. However, Sabre also needs
a lot of attention or a job so someone that is around a lot
(retired, works at home) would be great for him. He really craves
interaction. He's got too much prey drive to be in with cats or
tiny dogs or on a ranch or farm. LOVES bigger dogs. Sits for his
food, loves leash walks (but he'll pull if you let him), best with
a raw- or cooked-meat diet. Doesn't bark. So far not an escape
artist but he is presently with other dogs and in secure
containment so may not have challenged it. 7' fencing or lean ins
recommended. He does dig when he's stuck outside - He'd rather be
inside with you. Sabre is 2 years old and is neutered, UTD on
shots. He'd be a really nice animal for the right situation, but
not really "pet quality" because he's just a little too ...
intense ... for most pet homes. Wolfdog experienced and secure
containment necessary. If you are interested in this beautiful boy
and have the right lifestyle, contact Sue at SoloWolf_93@yahoo.com
(NOTE: there is an underscore after Wolf) Transportation help may
out! Sienna - Now in
Foster in Eureka, CA. Sienna needs a forever
home ASAP! We were able to save Sienna from going to a
shelter today as one of our Foster homes said they would help her. Sienna
is a very pretty 10 y/o female (looks like French Brittany Spaniel mix -
not a wolfdog!) about 55 lbs, spayed, vaccinated and she is in good
health. Sienna loves her walks! Sienna has a high prey
drive and likes to chase squirrels, birds, cats, little dogs etc. and
is quite limber for her age. So no small prey-type animals, chickens,
livestock, small dogs or cats please. Sienna is very peaceful and
loving, a real lovebug with humans. She just needs some training
classes where she can learn to be more comfortable around other dogs
in a controlled setting. Best in a calm household. She is house trained and crate
trained [but we don't recommend leaving any dog in a crate for more
than 3 hours]. Sienna would be fine as an only dog, or with a nice
social companion. Sienna loves her walks and heels nicely on leash
with someone who is a good handler. She also loves car her rides and
to just be with you. She can jump over a 4' fence so recommend 5'
fencing. Sienna loves to go on hikes and swimming in the lakes. Please
contact us if you would like to give sweet Sienna a forever home. We
don't like bouncing them around from home to home as it is
stressful but fosters can only keep them so long. Everyone wants
the young pups and these mature dogs often wind up at the shelters being
euthanized or languishing for months. Please call Pamela at (775) 833-2066
[best] or email PamelaJoWolflady2@sbcglobal.net
Transportation help available.
Time running out for this gorgeous boy
... needs a home ASAP Apache Junction, Arizona (outside
- This beautiful White Shepherd mix is named
and is about 6
years old. He is 95 lbs, neutered and microchipped. This pup was
rescued from a shelter but now his owner is soon moving to a small apartment in
Las Vegas (very hot!) and she wants a better life for Phoenix. She loves her boy
and is waiting for Phoenix to find a new home before she moves. Phoenix needs a
nice yard, lots of exercise and hikes in the woods. He is good around other large
dogs at the dog park and will be submissive if the other dog is dominant. He lives
with a smaller 9 y/o Shepherd female. Phoenix is ok with the small dogs at the dog
park but we usually do not not adopt large dogs with little dogs, cats or small
children. He walks pretty well on leash, and does very well on off-leash hikes in
the woods and stays close. He just needs to be leashed up
getting to the trailhead as he may play come-catch-me.
Phoenix is housetrained and well behaved while someone is around, but does
have some separation anxiety if left home alone all day. He does
much better when left out in the yard, and always better with another dog for
Phoenix will let you know when he has to go out for potty, he sleeps in owner's
bedroom, and likes to sleep outside when weather is nice. Phoenix can Sit, Lay, Shake,
Rollover. He has no food aggression with people or other dogs, is
submissive with humans, and rides well in the car. He is fearful to be in crate
and will try to chew out hurting his teeth and gums. He's a little shy with new
people but warms up quickly. He is great at the groomers, loves attention and will
make someone a wonderful companion. He's very adotable! Let's help Phoenix find a
nice home - it would be nice if we could place him in the Sierra where it is cool
and he can run in the forests with you. Transportation help is available. Contact
Pamela Jo by calling her at (775) 833-2066 or email her at