We really appreciate you considering adopting a wolfdog. Giving a home to a rescue animal is one of the most rewarding experiences a person can have. However, it is important you feel ready for, and understand, the commitment of taking on another life which will be totally dependent on you. Please read ALL the information below. If you are serious about a new member of your family for up to 15 years, then please show a little commitment by reading the information we have put together for you.
Our basic guidelines for adoption:
- The dog should not be left longer than 3-4 hours on a daily basis
- The applicant should have access to a secure outside area for the dog.
- We will not re-home a dog to be used for guarding purposes.
- We will not re-home a dog to be used for breeding. We usually neuter/spay before adoption, but if this is not possible at the time of adoption (ie due to age or health reasons) you will be asked to sign an agreement that the dog will be spayed or neutered as soon as is feasible and you will be asked to provide evidence that the procedure has been carried out.
- We do not generally re-home to families with children under the age of 10 if you have not previously owned a Wolfdog.
- Following adoption we ask that all new owners insure their new dog as soon as possible – vet fees can be very expensive! Please note that Wolfdog Rescue does not pay vet’s fees after adoption.