One of the primary reasons for KARE’s existence is to help animals from shelter environments with the training and socialization they need to find and stay in their new homes. Most of the animals we foster we do so because the animal has certain behavior(s) that either landed it in the shelter or a behavior the animal obtained while in the shelter that prevents it from being adoptable.
KARE supports local shelters through rescue and rehoming of “unadoptable” animals. Many great dogs and cats end up in shelters through no fault of their own. Family relocations, loss of homes, minor untrained behavior problems are three most common reasons for pet surrenders. With a good foster home environment and some simple training these animals become amazing pets in their new forever homes.
KARE’s Adoptable Dogs
Kup (pronounced Coop) is a 7 year old, purebred Black Labrador looking for his forever home! His ideal home when... View full description »
Tripp is a 60lb, 1.5 year old Heeler/Husky mix that is sadly being returned to the rescue. We are still... View full description »
Are you looking for an adventure buddy? Jessup loves to go kayaking and go for hikes! Jessup is a 5... View full description »
Greta is a 50 pound, 8 month old, Foxhound mix who is just as lovely as they come! She loves... View full description »
Draco is such a fun guy! He loves car rides, fetch and any and all toys! He also loves to... View full description »
Ella had a tough start. She was first rescued from a scary situation living on the streets. Since her rescue,... View full description »
Angel would be happiest in a quiet home where people are home most of the day. She is a day... View full description »