Adoption Info

Thank you for considering an opportunity to provide a forever home to one of our dogs. Adopting a rescued dog is a choice that should be reviewed in detail and only considered if you are truly prepared. This decision should be in compliance with all members of the household and done so with proper research of the breeds (check out the “articles on adopting” for additional information).

There are many stereotypes and false presumptions that are associated with each dog breed, of which are mainly due to bias media misconceptions and exploitations. Responsible owners of well behaved dogs are true exemplary ambassadors for the breeds. To achieve this requires a great deal of dedication, patience, and positive reinforcement. If you feel that you meet the criteria to become an owner of one of our rescued dogs, we would love for you to submit an adoption application.

We have several dogs available for adoption which vary in age, sex, and size. All of our animals will be spayed/neutered before adoption; this is in an effort to decrease the overpopulation of the most over breed canines in our country.

This means that our dogs are for family pets and can not be used for breeding purposes or any other reason than as a companion animal. Your application will be reviewed by a representative of WC4P who will contact you with further instructions within 1-3 days of your submission.

Adoption Fee:

Our adoption fee is non-refundable as it is considered a monetary and charitable donation of which helps support future bullies in need of rescue. The standard adoption fee is $150.00 for any dogs adopted through our organization.

Home Inspection:

Once your application has been approved, a board member from our organization will arrange for a time to visit with you at your home of where you will intend to provide sanctuary for the newly adopted bully.

*Please note that we are not trying to invade your privacy or trying to make the adoption process difficult. Our organization and the fosters/volunteers who deal with the rescued dogs on a daily basis put a lot of love and dedication into re-homing them and we just want what’s best for both bully and adopter(s).

Adoption of an WC4P dog includes:

Veterinary Office Visit and Physical Exam at Critter Care Animal Hospital

Spay/Neuter Surgery (Mandatory)

Initial Vaccines (Including Rabies Vaccine & De-Wormer)

Microchip with Registration

Heartworm Treatment (If Positive for Heartworms)

Behavioral Consulting Session with “Through Dogs Eyes”

A Copy of “Training Tips for Bully Breeds” Magazine