When you adopt a dog, you save a life.

Please have a look at all the amazing dogs we have for adoption in our centers and our foster program. If you would like more information on a pet found here please fill out an adoption application (filling this out does not secure an adoption) and a member of our adoption team will reach out. Be sure to include the pet’s name and ID# in the subject line. In the email please include your phone number and email address and someone will contact you as soon as possible. (Please allow 24 hours for return contact)

Take a look at our SAPA! Urgents and Adoptables Facebook page for dogs in immediate need of foster or adoption.

To see what each adoption requires and includes, please visit our Adopt page.

Adoption Application Disclaimer:  Filling out the adoption application does NOT guarantee a hold or confirmation of adoption on the pet you applied for.  All applications are reviewed and must be accepted by our trained counselors before a pet is adopted.  Please allow 24-48 hours for our adoption team to contact you in regards to your application.







"Hi, I'm Oliver. My foster family brought me in off the streets. Even though I seemed scared, once I was inside I warmed right up. I love other dogs so much. My foster parents brought their dog to help me come inside. She's one of my good friends now and we play so much. I can be a bit skittish around strangers, so be gentle when introducing me to new people. Even though I am doing such a good job, I could use some help with experiencing new surroundings and people so I'm less scared. I am curious about cats but not aggressive with them at all. I haven't been around children yet. My favorite hobbies include playing with my toys, chewing, getting lots of pets and belly rubs, and doing zoomies around the yard. When I'm around you, I just want to be loved by you. I can be a bit of a magician playing disappearing acts by climbing over short fences and finding my way out of a closed and locked crate. Nothing a clip can't fix. My foster parents are teaching me lots of new tricks. Right now I'm learning touch, sit, lay, leave it, and come here. It took a few days, but I am very much crate trained. I love chewing on a bully stick or eating peanut butter out of a Kong while I'm hanging in my crate. My foster parents prefer those over chewing on their shoes for sure. I have a lot of energy and am looking for lots of love. Let me know if you want to meet me!"

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