Due to COVID-19, HDF will be conducting 1-on-1 meet and greets BY APPOINTMENT ONLY and in accordance with proper social distancing guidelines.  Thank you for your patience and understanding. Please stay safe!


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Daisy (Female) IS ON A SLEEP OVER!!

Daisy is a 15 week old female. Although we would like to say that she is a boxer/lab mix, we really aren't certain! Daisy and her siblings came from a homeless camp and were in rough shape before being nursed back to health by her foster family, particurally foster dad's special recipies!

Daisy currently lives in a home with another large dog and children. An environment like her current one is what Daisy would prefer, with a big backyard of course! Daisy is BOTH snuggly and playful. Foster mom has worked hard to potty train and crate train this sweet girl. We suspect that Daisy *might* be 50lbs when fully grown but that's still unknown. Being close to her humans is something Daisy prefers. Bed time is one of Daisy's favorites because she gets to take up foster mom and dad's bed, getting all the snuggles she can. If you’d like to meet Daisy, please click here to complete an adoption application.

Midnight (Male) IS ON A SLEEP OVER!

Midnight is a 3 month old American Staffordshire Terrier- more likely known as a Pit Bull. Midnight is a male. He is neutered, microchipped, and up to date on all vaccinations, thanks to Aloha Animal Outreach! We suspect he'll be on the bigger size when fully grown. 

Midnight is still a youngin but has no problems learning basic commands. Foster mom is working on crate training but an extra added bonus is that Midnight is potty trained. He loves to play with his foster brother, August. TOYS, TOYS, TOYS! This guy loves to play with toys, especially ones that stimulate his mind. Midnight loves to run, we're working on some leash training. Midnight is still a puppy so his temperament and energy level are high but nothing some exercise can't help out with. Midnight's ideal home would be with another dog (not required), an active lifestyle so hiking and adventuring, a big back yard for him to run and play, and someone who loves to snuggle! This guy just wants to be close to humans. If you’d like to meet Midnight, please click here to complete an adoption application.

Loki (Male) 

Loki is the newest addition to the Hawaii Dog Foundation pack, as he was recently found as a stray.
So far, he seems to enjoy the company of other dogs and is overall pretty easy going. It'll be just a little while before he's ready for adoption as he's waiting for his neuter appointment.
If you're interested in meeting Loki, please complete an adoption application here and ask for him by name!

Honey (Female) IS ON A SLEEP OVER!!!

Please say hello to Ms. Honey. She is a spry middle-aged girl (we think 7-9 years). This one's a love bug, folks. Don't let the age fool you-- she's ready for some fun. Honey is dog friendly and really enjoys human attention (big and small). Honey recently received her vaccinations and flea & tick preventative. She is heartworm positive and has an injury to her eye that will require a little extra time in foster care. We expect she'll make a full recovery from both and will be ready for her new family in about 60 days. 

If you’d like to meet Honey, please click here to complete an adoption application. Don't forget to ask for her by name!

Liberty (female)

Liberty is a 2-4yr old Terrier mix and weighs about 30lbs.


She was with us only a short time when we learned that this sweet, shy girl is expecting (and we think the fella in the picture might be dad as they were found together)


Liberty had her puppies at the end of July 2021 and several days later took in 7 more orphaned pups. THat's right, she's caring for 10 little ones. And she's doing a GREAT job!


Libs walks well on a leash, is crate trained and has learned to play fetch!


She won't be available for adoption until her pups are 8 weeks old, so September 2021, but we'd love to meet her new family that would be willing to wait for her before then. 


If you're interested in meeting Liberty when she's ready, please fill out an application here


Liberty's puppies!!! 


Liberty gave birth to 3 beautiful puppies. Then, days later, there was another litter that needed help as their mom passed away right after they were born. Liberty didn't disappoint, and took in another 7 as if they were her own.  They are all just 5 weeks old, so it will be a bit before they are ready to meet potential adopters. 


We expect Liberty's pups to be about her size as adults (25-30lbs)

The other 7 pups will be smaller as adults (likely Chihuahua mix), under 15lbs.


If you're looking for a small breed puppy, please fill out an adoption application here and ask for Liberty's pack. 


HDF asks for a $250 adoption donation for all pups 1yr of age and under. That donation helps offset the cost of  spay/neuter, vaccinations and microchipped prior to finalizing any adoption. Please know that we often receive over 100 applications for a litter of puppies, so please take your time and fill the application out in its entirety. We won't contact families that skip questions or provide abbreviated answers. Thank you!

Contact Us:

General Information

Phone: (808) 782-8387  


Adoptions Information

Phone: (808) 256-6927  


email: info@HawaiiDogFoundation.org

Adoption Event / Meet & Greets

Due to COVID-19 precautions, we are conducting one-on-one meet and greets ONLY.  To schedule a meeting, please fill out an adoption application in its entirety and ask for the dog, by name and we'll give you call to set it up.

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