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!

Hawaii Dog Foundation DOES NOT have a hard-sided facility. All of our dogs reside in individual foster homes!



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Angie, Female 

Angie is about 8 months old and approximately 26lbs. This sweet girl has the nickname of "little ophihi" because anywhere you go, baby Angie goes. She loves balls, crinkley toys, and chasing little critters around the house! Angie loves other dogs and she does like cats but sadly cats don't love her as much. Her tounge does stick out like that pretty much all the time as it's part of her neurological issue but it's super cute! Angie tends to walk/run like a baby girfaffe, who is just finding her legs but her balance has been getting better as she has been gaining weight! Angie or angel baby as her foster family calls her, is looking for her furever home. HDF and our team are dedicating every resource we can to help baby Angie have a long, healthy life! Angie is some sort of hound/pit mix and we suspect that she will be about 35lbs fully grown. She is UTD on all of her shots and preventatives. Once she begins gaining weight on a steady pace, Angie will get spayed! We have gotten a chance to love on this special girl and see her in action. Needless to say, she can hang with the big boys! Having another dog in the home would be extra beneficial to Angie but not mandatory. She does well with all ages of children 4+. If Angie pulls on your heart strings and you'd like to meet her, please complete an adoption application here and ask for her by name!


Odin, Male
Meet Odin! This handsome senior dog is very sweet and affectionate. As you can see, Odin has a smile that travels for miles! He's a pretty mellow and cool guy. We're looking for the same energy in his furever home. Odin gets along with other dogs. Cats are unknown but we have a feeling that Odin is laid back enough to get along with any animal he comes in contact with!  Odin is neutered and up to date on preventatives. As you can see, he is a Chihuahua mix and weighs about 12 lbs. If you’d like to meet this handsome guy, head to our website and fill out an adoption application here .


Toby, Male
Introducing this cutie with the brindle coat, Toby. He is very sweet and affectionate. He loves all people and dogs. His favorite things are playing with toys, going for walks, and getting treats. He is very food motivated, which makes training a breeze! Toby has learned the commands sit, paw, wait, off, drop it, and out, and is currently working on down and stay. He also reliably gets the zoomies after eating his kibble because he is so happy! He is crate trained and is improving his house training. He is up to date on vaccinations, neutered, and was recently given a clean bill of health by the vet. He rarely ever barks and is also calm on car rides. He has not encountered any cats or little humans. Toby is eager to please his humans and always tries very hard to be a good boy. He would love nothing more than a life of going for regular walks, having fun play sessions with his ‘ohana (humans and dogs - he is great at fetch!), then curling up on the couch for cuddles and kisses. Toby is a pit bull mix, weighing in at about 50lbs. He is about 2 years old and came to us from our friends at Aloha Animal Outreach. If you’d like to meet this handsome guy, head to our website and fill out an adoption application here .


Biscuit, Male
If you haven’t met Biscuit, let us introduce you! This is Biscuit the beach bum and this is what his foster family has to say about this handsome boy:
  • He Loves his bed unconditionally. Post morning/afternoon zoomies and bedtime you will definitely find him asleep in his bed.
  • His favorite toy is a thrown ball or stick. He’s good at the fetch part, still working on the whole “bring it back” thing.
  • Biscuit already knows how to sit, shake, and lie down. Let’s us know when he needs to go out or wants to come in.
He’s unsure of cats. He was interested and wants to get close but does not show proper servitude required of the feline kingdom when he approaches. Biscuit does well with children and other dogs! If you’d like to meet this handsome guy, head to our website and fill out an adoption application here .


Remi Roo or Sugar, Female
Sugar, ah honey honey. You are my candy girl !
Meet Sugar! Her foster family is calling her Remi, Remi-Roo as a nick name because when she sits, she can look like a kangaroo. Remi loves running around the backyard with her foster brother and sister. Her favorite thing is to wrestle with her foster sister Luna! Ear scratches, belly rubs, toys, and treats are this girls jam. Remi does well on the leash and is crate/potty trained.Remi is shy at first and it takes a little while for her personality to shine but when it does, she shines like the North Star. Remi is about 30lbs and about 1-2 years old. She’s a small hound/Chihuahua mix and spayed. She is up to date on all vaccinations and preventatives. Remi hasn’t been around children or cats yet but her foster parents think she’ll do well with older children. She does well with other dogs but not a must to have in the home. If you’d like to meet this sweetie, head to our website and fill out an adoption application here .


Nohie, Female
This one eye beauty has a sweet disposition and is so well mannered! Nohie is always down for a friendly competition of the “best couch potato”. Nohie thinks she will win every single time. Not to fool you though-she is also a true beach babe and loves going for cruises in the car. Nohie is a beautiful butterball weighing in at 65lbs. She has a clean bill of health as she is UTD on vaccination and preventatives. Nohie is also spayed and what we call “move in ready”. She would thrive in a home with lots of pets, snuggles, adventures and more with her furever hoomans and even fur siblings! If you’d like to meet this sweetie, head to our website and fill out an adoption application here .

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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