The dogs on this page are all looking for their forever homes! It takes just the right dog to be a service dog, and most dogs don't have what it takes. This means that we often have a lot of service dog drop-outs that need homes and make wonderful pets! As much as we can, we try to get our training dogs from rescue situations. The dogs that enter our training program will never end up back in a shelter setting, even if they quickly drop out of service dog training. Below are all dogs that are looking for their forever homes.
Occasionally we also have service dog candidate puppies or dogs in training that have great service dog potential, but just don't work well with the structure of our program.
If interested, please contact us. All rehoming fees go back toward rescuing and training other dogs. Rehoming fees vary based on the amount of training and expenses we have put into the dog up to this point.
IF THERE ARE NO ADOPTABLE DOGS CURRENTLY AVAILABLE, OR NONE THAT FIT YOUR NEEDS, YOU MAY STILL FILL OUT OUR APPLICATION. THIS WILL PUT YOU AT THE TOP OF OUR CALL LIST IF WE GET A DOG THAT SEEMS TO BE A MATCH FOR YOU.
For Service Dog Drop-Outs fill out the Career Change Dog Application. For puppies from our breeding program fill out the Puppy Adoption Application. Email the filled out application to email@example.com
Honey Lemon is a Newfoundland/Labrador cross from our breeding program. She is enthusiastic about training, is lovely to work with, and is very people oriented. Unfortunately, miss Honey Lemon has been showing some resource guarding around toys and food toward other dogs. She has not displayed this behavior out of the house or toward people at all, but to air on the side of caution, we are not going to be placing her as a service dog.
Instead, we hope to find a purposeful placement, where she can essentially be a task trained pet or ESA in a home with no other dogs. This girl is an XL sized puppy and is not done growing. She is medium-higher energy, so daily mental and physical exercise will be critical for her success. She will also need someone that can continue to be consistent with her training while she is still maturing. Honey Lemon would also excel at a home that wants to do dog sports.
Honey Lemon is 7 months old, up to date on vaccines, microchipped, and on flea/tick/heartworm prevention. She is potty trained, crate trained, knows basic commands, and can be trained to perform psychiatric assistance tasks for at home (interrupting signs of anxiety, providing deep pressure therapy, turning on lights, nightmare interruption, etc). Her adoption fee is $3,000 without tasks trained, or $4,500 with psychiatric assistance tasks trained.