Zoey is a strikingly beautiful Husky/Doberman Cross who is just as amazing outside as she is in looks. She is housetrained, crates well, friendly and playful with other dogs, and loves people. She has been well loved and trained and it shows!
Casey is a happy, playful Lab mix girl who is ready for a home of her own. She is loyal, trained, smart, sweet, and LOVES her toys. She is a fantastic dog who keeps getting passed over. She does need a home with no ohter pets since she doesn't like to share her people. :)
NEXT PET ADOPTION-- Our next pet adoption will be on Saturday, December 21st from 12-3 at the Plymouth Petsmart.
For many, many more wonderful dogs and cats for adoption please check out Arrows Heart Animal Rescue. They are a new, up and coming rescue we are proud to partner with and support! To see their adoptable animals please visit their website:Arrow's Heart Animal Rescue
Want to help support the dogs of Heading Home K9 Rescue without ever leaving your house....not even leaving your computer?!--- Check out our Amazon.com wish list here! We have compiled a short list of our favorite and most used supplies like toys, leashes/collars, bones, etc. You can purchase online and it will ship right to us. Thank you for helping make the holiday special for all the wonderful dogs at HHK9!
FOSTER HOMES NEEDED: Are you looking at all these adorable faces and wishing you could take them all home? Have you ever considered fostering? Fostering is a great way to help us and the dogs out, and it can be as short or long term as you'd like! We work with you to make sure you get a dog you will enjoy, and we also strive to make sure it's as easy of a process as we can make it. Taking home a new dog is never flawless... they will have accidents, they will bark in the crate, they are stressed and high energy the first few days making you question why you chose to do this. Hang in there with them, and it pays off. Usually within 3 days they settle in. We work to find a dog that is a good fit for what traits you are seeking in a foster dog. Adoption events are optional, however, we do require fosters to attend the event when they need to get supplies and to let us know beforehand so we can bring them there to pick up. Fostering requires you to commit to training, exercising, and care for the dog. It can be anywhere from 1 week-several months, depending on the dog. The average period of time is 2-3 weeks. We provide the food and crate, and vet visits when pre-approved by us beforehand. We do not cover vet bills we did not approve ahead of time. Fosters are responsible for toys and bones and extras. If the dog is not working out, we require a 3 day minimum notice to find a new place. The more time the better, please. We do have back up fosters for things like emergencies, planned trips, etc. It's a great thing to do for a dog. It quite honestly means the difference between life and death...We highly recommend you read the following packet to help answer your questions about fostering: Fostering 101. If you are interested, please email email@example.com.
WHY SO MANY BLACK DOGS? We often hear people complain about the number of black dogs we have in our program and feel that now is the perfect time to educate the public about how hard it is for black dogs to find homes. Black or darker colored dogs, especially the larger sized ones, are often the first to get euthanized at pounds, shelters, & humane societies when space becomes an issue. People tend to overlook the black/darker dogs for the lighter colored dogs - they see darker dogs as "just another black dog" rather than as a unique individual. It doesn't matter if the dog is purebred or not - if a dog is brought to a shelter/pound/humane society and they have dark colored fur, their chance of getting adopted is very slim. This is a shame because black dogs are just as wonderful as lighter colored dogs. Please consider adopting a darker colored dog!