Hello! My name is Abbie and I am a Pointer mix.  I love people but I need to be in a home with no other pets. I am up to date on my shots, spayed, and house trained. My approximate birthday is 06/2011.

My name is Fritz and I am a Doberman Pinscher who is extremely timid. I am looking for a human who can be very patient with me until I get to know you well. You might say that I am something of a lady's man in the sense that I am much more receptive to women than men. I am house and crate trained. I like other dogs but I need to find a home without cats or children. My approximate birthday is 06/2010.


Ruff, ruff! I am Duke, a lab mix who was rescued from Gaston County Animal Control. I can be a little timid at first, but give me some time, and I turn into a complete love bug!  I like other dogs and cats, but I do have some trouble with resource guarding with food, so it's better if I am fed separately. I would do best in a home without children. My approximate birthday is 08/2012.

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My name is Onyx and I am a Cocker Spaniel mix who was formerly a stray. I was in very bad shape when the good folks at HFAD took me in. I was completely bald from flea allergies. I am also blind, but this does not stop me from being a happy and loving little girl.  I would make a great addition to any family. I'm house trained, and good with other dogs, children and cats. My approximate birthday is 2/2009.

If you are interested in adopting, please download the application for adoption on this page. Complete the form and submit it for consideration to info@hopeforalldogs.org. Once approved, we will contact you to discuss further and answer any questions you may have. Your new family member will be spayed/neutered, have been fecal & heart-worm tested, received distemper, bordatella and DLHPP shots (if of age) one year rabies shot, and if not already micro-chipped, will be done at time of adoption. You will receive all of the original records we have on file.  

If you are not in a position to adopt, we would encourage you to sponsor one of the sanctuary dogs for a monthly donation of $35.00. This will go toward food, grooming, flea/tick prevention, and heartworm prevention.

Our dogs can also be found on Petfinder. 

Woof! My name is Bandit and I am a Blue Tick/Husky mix. I was found hanging around someone's home for a few days. I am a little skittish when I first meet someone, but I am a very independent boy who gets all with other dogs. However, I would prefer to be in a home with no small children. Am I house and crate trained? Oh, yeah! My approximate birthday is 08/2010.

I am Maya and I am beauty and brains. I came to Hope For All Dogs from Animal Control as a stray. The human who adopts me should be well-versed and experienced with German Shepherd behavior and be firm and consistent with me. I like to push the limits. My human will need to be devoted to helping me channel my intelligence into productive behavior. While I do love other dogs, I have a tendency to overwhelm them. Of course, I am house and crate trained. My approximate birthday is 10/2010.

Hey y'all!  My name is Bonnie and I made my way to Hope For All Dogs by way of Animal Control when I was just six weeks old. I am afraid around new people so it is really important that I find a home with no other pets or children. My new owner needs to be someone who has the patience to let me come out of my shell. My approximate birthday is 06/2015.

Well, hello there! I'm Freddie, the cutest one-eyed Chihuahua that you'll ever meet. I am missing my left eye, but other than that I am healthy. My hobbies include being a lap dog, cuddling under the covers, playing fetch, and going for walks and car rides. I am not a big fan of other dogs so I need to find a home where I can be the only dog. My approximate birthday is 04/2006.

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