We are aware of the following dogs in local and regional pounds that will need rescue soon if their owners do not come for them. We are unable to help rescue these dogs if we don’t have foster homes willing to care for them. Fostering can be the most rewarding and fulfilling thing a true dog lover can ever do to support dogs in need.
Please help by applying to become a Foster Home!
We are unable to get photos of all dogs needing rescue. Photos are posted asap when available.
There may be more dogs in the pound than what is listed here. If your dog is missing, please contact all the local pounds. The local pounds do not adopt dogs out to the general public. Only authorized rescue organizations are able to take unclaimed dogs from the pound after paying required fees.
Please realize that we have limited information about these dogs. Until we can get them into a foster home and get a chance to know them better, it is difficult to know such things such as if they are house broken or if they are good with kids.
Below are dogs
in local pounds that we are aware of needing rescue:
** Want to save the dogs? Please help by applying to become a foster home ! Metro area pounds do not do public adoptions (with exception of Finder claims), so their only way out is through a rescue facility. Only authorized rescue organizations are able to take unclaimed dogs from the pound after paying the required fees.
The following dogs are in need of rescue commitment BY the following dates:
- Rottweiler: Adult, black/rust, very nice looking dog, large/strong, can be mouthy when trying to work with. When told to sit and behave dog will, but reacts if surprised by being touched in a certain place by turning quickly as if to nip-dog has not bitten or tried to bite, but has growled. Dog may be food aggressive. Not bothered other dogs, but would not trust with cats. At times, can be a big sweetie. 2
In need of rescue by Friday, March 7, 2014:
- Pitbull Mix: 6 Months, black/white, very happy friendly young dog, loves attention and everyone 2
Post last updated 3/6/2014 6:16 PM
Below are dogs
in regional pounds that we have been asked to help:
REGIONAL POUNDS :
Want to save the dogs? Please help by applying to become a Foster Home! Most pounds do not do public adoptions, so their only way out is through rescue. If a regional pound does accept adoptions we will try to list as such.
Contact Bismarck Animal Impound @ (701) 223-1212- ACO on duty
- Juice is an American Staffordshire Terrier and about 18 months old. Juice came to the Bismarck Impound, because her former owner did not want to take her back to Florida with him. Juice does get along with most other dogs and she loves to play with her toys. She is very easy going and just wants to be loved. Juice is looking for a family that will give her a forever home! She would make a great addition to any family.
Some pounds/shelters don't have a scheduled euthanize dates, but for space reasons dog(s) can be euthanized at any time.
Post last updated 1/12/2014 11:10 PM