We do not have a physical location. Please see our upcoming events to find out where to meet our rescues.
Before you send, have a look at our FAQ, below. The answer you’re looking for may be there!
There are a few things you need to do before we can help. Did you take the dog to check for a microchip at a vet clinic? When did you find the dog? All dogs must serve a 3-day stray hold. Have you posted on Facebook, Nextdoor, or PawBoost? We must try to find an owner before taking the dog in. If you have done all those things, please use the contact form above to reach out and we will do our best to help.
We do not do same-day adoptions. We require an application with personal references and a veterinary reference. Our team needs at least four days to review applications. Cut off for application submissions is every Monday at midnight. We review Monday – Thursday and let you know of approval status by Friday at the latest. If you are approved to adopt, you will finalize and pick up your forever pup that following Saturday at our adoption event.
We do not hold applications on file. You must reapply to be considered for another dog.
Our adoption fees vary per dog. Typically, the adoption fee for puppies is $340. Our adult dogs range anywhere from $200 – $300, depending on the vetting they need while under our care. We hold the right to determine the adoption fee based on the care and need of the dog during their time with us.
You can meet our dogs every Saturday at our adoption events. We also do our very best to keep our website up to date with available dogs. It is updated twice a week. To view available dogs, please head to our available page. It is best to attend adoption events if you are serious about adopting.
We do not have a public facility, and most of our dogs are kept in foster homes. We do not allow meet and greets during the week. Please come to our adoption event on Saturday to meet our dogs. To view our event schedule, please head to our events page.
We do not allow puppies 5 months and under to do a trial period. If you apply for a dog over 5 months, you may be considered for a “sleepover” with them. To do this, fill out a foster form as well as an adoption form. Clarify on the adoption form that you are interested in a sleepover with the dog of your choice.
Anyone who lives out of a 150 mile radius from the Tulsa area can only apply for a puppy 16 weeks+.
You must be at least 12-years-old to volunteer at events. Volunteers who are between 12-14 are advised to volunteer alongside a parent or guardian. If the child is under 18, a parent or guardian must sign a waiver before their child can volunteer.
We need volunteers at our weekly adoption events and to help care for our dogs in boarding. Additionally, we are always in need of those willing to help transport dogs to and from adoption events and veterinary appointments. Click https://www.
Please fill out a volunteer application and waiver. Both can be found here. Please allow us 3-4 days to process your application. After, we will reach out to you about how we schedule shifts. Events are typically 4-5 hours every Saturday. We ask that all volunteers stay to help with at least set-up or break-down, in addition to the event.
Yes! Please make sure you bring your form and have a team member sign it at the end of your shift.
Please fill out a foster form and waiver to get started. Generally, you would foster until your dog got adopted. While we cannot guarantee your foster will be adopted by a certain date, puppies usually take 2-4 weeks to get adopted. Adults can range anywhere from two weeks to two months. Occasionally, we do need temporary fosters, so let us know if that sounds like a better fit for you.