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Adoption Program

Vintage Pet Rescue is always looking for new forever families to open their homes to senior dogs who either aren't quite yet ready for retirement or would thrive more in a home where they can get more individualized attention.

To date, we have successfully adopted and fostered out over 50 dogs that have been able to live the remainder of their days being spoiled by their forever families!

Not all of our residents are available for adoption, but if you're interested in taking home a Vintage Pet Rescue resident, you can scroll down to check out the dogs we're currently looking to place. Please click below to fill out an application and someone we will reach out to you once you're approved.

Harold, VPR Alumni

Buster
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Oscar is a 13-15 year old doxie/corgi mix who does not act like a senior dog at all. Oscar’s senior owner could no longer care for him so he was surrendered to a local shelter. Unfortunately, Oscar wasn’t always fed in his previous home so he has food aggression that we’re hoping will improve once he’s on a consistent feeding schedule. He is good around other dogs when food is not involved and gets attached to a person quickly and would be a great companion for someone who wants a walking buddy and couch cuddle buddy. He’s great on leash! Oscar is 20lbs, neutered, and up to date on vetting.

Buster may look like a wolf pup, but he’s actually a 13-year-old terrier mix. He came to us with a bite history but he’s been perfect so far. Buster absolutely loves toys! He wants ALL THE TOYS! He will growl when you try to take/play with his toy but we think it’s just his play growl. Buster loves walks and fetch but also loves cuddling on the couch. 

Oscar
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VPR Alumni in their Forever Homes:

Petey and his new brother, Louie.
Petey and his new brother, Louie.

Lucy
Lucy

Brady
Brady

Petey and his new brother, Louie.
Petey and his new brother, Louie.

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