Watching these rescued mill pups take their first steps toward freedom warms the heart like nothing else. We are thrilled at the opportunity to help the Companion Animal Placement Program (CAPP) foster, promote the adoption of, and to help fund the veterinary care for these special dogs.
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What Community Support Looks Like
To the students, faculty and staff of the Brunswick/Brittonkill Central School District , Dog House Adoptions and CAPP salutes your kindness and support!
Gabrielle, a name meaning heroine, is truly a hero having worked with many of the 35 dogs placed during Dog House Adoptions’ first year.
What Love Looks Like
Luke’s new family is the salt of the Earth. With endless love and patience, Lisa, Walter and Dan Lehman are quickly and diligently putting the final touches on acclimating Luke to his forever home.
Rescued Beabull pup picks a tulip bouquet, makes his new mom’s day, and makes himself at home!
What Collaboration Looks Like
Stray Dogs debut new rescue song “Pick Me!” for Dog House Adoptions!
Dog House Adoptions is an all-volunteer, not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization which relies on contributions, adoption fees, small grants, and fund raising events to provide for the dogs in our care. All contributions are deductible to the fullest extent of the law.
A copy of our latest annual report may be obtained upon request from Dog House Adoptions, or from the Office of the Attorney General, Charities Bureau, 120 Broadway, New York, New York, 10271. If you have questions, please email us.
Dog House Adoptions offers a comprehensive solution to the abundance of stray dogs in our community by caring for dogs who need our help now, educating the public to protect dogs of the future, allowing dogs to give back as they do best - with their whole hearts, and accomplishing each stage with a sense of humor.