Lucky Dog Adoptions
Lucky Dog Adoptions works with multiple non profits, individuals, organizations, shelters, animal control agencies, and government affiliates to find homes for homeless pets and meet their No Kill goals with our partners and the community. We groom homeless pets for adoption events, rehabilitate and socialize abused animals, foster both long and short term, provide temporary boarding for dogs on euthanasia lists who are waiting for life saving transport and adoption out of the area, and we do it all at little or no cost to the groups we work with.
In order to keep doing this important work we are asking for your help! Lucky Dog NEEDS additional alternative housing for these animals, and your donation can make a Foster Wing possible separate from our resort and out of our home (which we currently use pending veterinary evaluations). We also use your donations for veterinary care, food, medication, and to pay our transport fees as needed for out of area adoptions. Absolutely anything will help us as we are self funded from our resort income at this time.
Rehabilitation and Adoption
Grooming for Adoption
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Update Jewel Is Adopted!
She was seized with her sister Pearl, who was badly malnourished and was recently rehabilitated and adopted. Jewel is a young, healthy, vaccinated, Rat Terrier Mix looking for love since her sister's adoption. She is good with both children and other small dogs as well as both men and women. Jewel is fully vaccinated, spayed, and only about 5lbs.
Lady is AVAILABLE for adoption. Her adoption fee is $100. She was half of a bonded pair of Great Danes found running stray in Oyster Creek. This winter the senior male she was with passed away and she is now comfortable enough on her own to be adopted to a loving home. She is very well mannered, vaccinated, spayed, great with kids, cats, dogs, men and women, as well as gentle with small dogs and babies. Lady is not very large for a Dane, but she is tall and weights 74lbs. She eats 4 cups of specialty grain free Salmon based dog food 2 times daily, requires raised bowls and a bed (or couch, somewhere soft to sleep, due to her weight sleeping on the floor can be uncomfortable.) Great Danes tend to be on the more expensive side as long term dogs and potential adopters should research the breed before applying.