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Rescues For Adoption

What you will find on this Page is Rescue Dog`s, Puppies and even horses.. please read below before contaction on one of our rescues.. Rescues will be listed at bottom of page with a picture!


Before you adopt an Australian Cattle Dog or other breed, consider how much time your new family member will spend alone. Remember, a puppy requires constant attention. The key to successful housebreaking is consistency; preventing "accidents" is key. Once a puppy soils the carpeting, it becomes much more difficult to train them out of that behavior. Here's a good rule of thumb to consider: a puppy can hold his bladder just one hour for every month they've been alive. For instance, a 3-month-old puppy will need to empty his bladder every three hours! Before you adopt a puppy, ask yourself if you are available to walk your dog several times throughout the day, and if you have the patience and commitment to wake up and take him out first thing every morning at the same time, and stick to a strict schedule. On the other hand, an adult dog's bladder is already fully developed. Shelter/Rescue dogs are often already housetrained Rescues/Shelters can tell you if their adult dogs for adoption are housebroken before they go into your home. You also have the advantage of knowing that your dog is physically able to "hold it" for several hours at a stretch. In most cases, adult dogs are by far easier to housebreak than puppies. You can teach an old dog new tricks!

Puppy Behavior Sometimes Isn’t Pleasant

Sure puppies are super-cute, adorable and a relentless machines of destruction. Even the most well-behaved puppy will destroy shoes, clothing, paper, remote controls, telephones, leashes, dog beds and carpeting.. More rambunctious pups have been known to obliterate sofas, car seats, Venetian blinds, electrical cords, door frames…you name it, they can eat it or shred it. And when they're teething, look out! Cute puppies have very sharp teeth, and they are happy to use your hands, feet, nose, hair, etc, as a chew toy. To keep a puppy from hurting himself, and to prevent the destructive behavior from becoming a bad habit, you will need to spend every waking moment supervising his every move. Do you have that kind of time?

Many dogss in shelters or with rescue groups are already trained and ready to go! Adults have a much longer attention span than puppies, too, which means they're easier and faster to teach. Adult dogs already have recognizable personality traits, so you'll be able to select one who is great with children. Although all dogs need attention and playtime, an adult dog's needs are far less demanding than a puppy's.

You Won’t Know a Puppy’s Personality for Sometime

With an adult dog, what you see is what you get. Their personality is already developed, and you'll be able to spot the characteristics you're looking for much more easily than with a puppy. Shelters and rescue groups are able to assess the personality of each dog for adoption, and carefully match you up with the right dog for your lifestyle. When you adopt a puppy, there is a lot more guesswork involved.

Adult Dog Adoption = An Instant Friend for Life

Ask anybody who has adopted an adult dog, and they'll swear their bond with their rescued pal is as deep as they come. When you open your heart and your home to a dog who needs help, they really do show their appreciation for the rest of their life! Dogs who have been uprooted from their homes, or have had difficult beginnings are likely to bond completely and deeply with their new human caretakers who they view as heroes. Dogs who find themselves in the shelter or at a rescue usually go through a mourning period. Once they are adopted, however, they usually want nothing more than to please their new hero---YOU! No matter what circumstances brought them to the shelter or rescue, most dogs for adoption are exceptionally affectionate and attentive pets and extremely loyal companions. But first you have to adopt one!

Adult Dog Adoption = Truly Saving a Life

When you adopt an adult dog, you are doing the ultimate good deed. Let's face it: at first a lot of people think they want to find puppies for sale, but not everyone is lining up to adopt the great adults! Some people might have the misconception that dogs in shelters or Rescues have something wrong with them. In fact, most dogs for adoption end up in shelters or rescues, not because of any problem with pet behavior or health issues, but because they were dropped off by someone who simply didn't have the time or money to care for the animals. In some cases pets are lost and never found by their owners. These animals are healthy and very eager to please.

If a dog needs basic training, often we will provide it. If a dog needs medical treatment, we will pay for it out of our own pocket, before they leave. We are passionate about the rescues and work tirelessly to make sure every dog finds a home. Nothing is as rewarding as a successful adoption!


There are many great reasons to adopt a horse instead of buying a horse online, from saving money to simply giving a good home to a horse in need. Some people wonder why they should adopt a horse from a rescue. Some people think that rescue horses are used up, untrainable, aren’t ridable or too old.Some People Worry that we will want to control how they ride and use the horse. Our rescues have gone on to do all kinds of things. Some are companions to lonely horses, become children’s show horses, endurance horses, competitive trail horses, working cow horses, trail horses, driving horses and barrel horses. We do not control what you use your adopted horse for. All we care about is, they’re properly cared for and are able to perform the job you will ask of them. We do not adopt out older or injured horses for every day riding

There are excellent benefits to adoption:

  • we will provide a full description of how the horse has behaved when handled by people.
  • Provide the history of the horse including where he came from and vet care while here.
  • All horses have received the following vaccinations within the past twelve months: West Nile Virus, Flu, Rhino, Rabies, Tetanus, Sleeping Sicknesses.
  • All should have current negative Coggins unless otherwise stated.
  • All horses are on a current de-worming and farrier program.
  • If you cannot keep your adopted horse, we will find him/her a new home where you can rest assured that someone will love him as much as you do.
  • If you cannot keep your adopted horse but know someone who would like to have him/her, you can rehome your horse, if we aprove of the new home.


Available Below!

we have a 3yr old red Australian Cattle Dog / Red Heeler for adoption that knows basic commands and fully house trained. as well as 2, 5week old tri colored black Aussie cross puppies that are looking to be adopted.