HDF Adoptable Dogs 

These HDF dogs are looking for permanent homes.  

Click Here to learn how to adopt an HDF rescue dog.

Click Here to fill out the Adoption Application.

Blue

 

Blue and his brother Shirochan came to us from the west side of the island. Doc believes he's about 2 years old and he weighs 30lbs. 

Blue's in pretty bad shape right now, but on the mend. He's overcoming mange, an ear and eye infection, a recent neuter and some really itchy skin. With time, we expect all will heal. Blue has shown himself to be a very gentle soul. He very much enjoys the company of humans, but so far, only large ones.  Small children seem to frighten him. We're still getting to know him, so we'll learn more about that, but can see already that he'd rather be hanging out with his human in the garden instead of spending time by himself.

It'll be a little while before he's ready for his vaccinations and a new home, but if you're interested in meeting him please fill out the  Adoption Application

 

 Shirochan

 

Shirochan and his brother, Blue, came to us from the west side of the island. Doc believes he's about 2 years old and he weighs 30lbs. 

Shiro is currently healing from some bite wounds, a recent broken jaw, some broken teeth, a recent neuter and some itchy skin, so isn't quite ready for his new home, but we wanted to tell you about him.

Foster mom snapped this photo of him in his new favorite place (on a chair in the kitchen). We're not sure why he likes it there so much, but we're told it's where he can be found most of the time.

 

Shirochan is a sweet and shy guy. It's taken time for him to open up to foster mom, but she's now seeing some tail wags when he sees her.  She also reports, he's picked up on housetraining very quickly. 

If you're interested in meeting him please fill out the  Adoption Application

Sugar

 

 Sugar is a 12lb female MinPin / Chihuahua mix. 

 

She came to us from a homeless situation on the west side of the island, along with her son, Cujo.  Both arrived in really good condition, so expect they were very well taken care of.

 

Sugar has only been in foster care a short time, but foster mom reports she is very good with children and although seems very interested in the family chickens, she listens well to a warning.

We believe Sugar is a young mom, likely about 2 years old and is catching the hang of house training very quickly.  She's soon to be spayed and current on vaccinations.

 

If you're interested in meeting her please fill out the  Adoption Application

Cujo

 

Cujo is a 15lb male MinPin / Chihuahua mix. 

He came to us from a homeless situation on the west side of the island, along with his mom, Sugar.  Both arrived in really good condition, so expect they were very well taken care of.

Cujo has only been in foster care a short time, but foster mom reports he is very good with small children and although he seems very interested in chickens, he listens well to a warning.

We believe Cujo is just a year old  and is catching the hang of house training very quickly.  He's soon to be spayed and current on vaccinations.

If you're interested in meeting him please fill out the  Adoption Application

Patches

 

Oh sweet Patches. Our girl is 37lbs and growing. We think she's a hound mix. But we know she's a lover! 

 

Patches came to us from a homeless camp on the west side of the island. She was found with a large tumor hanging from her abdomen and a really large hematoma on her ear. 

 

Her initial vet visit was full of other details of the pain she was suffering: Erlichea positive, Heartworm positive, malnourished and a raging ear infection.  Great news is...ALL CAN BE HEALED. And, she's been the sweetest girl throughout.  So that's where we are with this happy girl. We would most happily introduce her to anyone that may consider adoption, but it will be a while before she's ready for her forever home. 

 

If you're interested in meeting her, we invite you to fill out the  Adoption Application

Contact Us:

General Information

Phone: (808) 782-8387  

 

Adoptions Information

Phone: (808) 256-6927  

 

email: info@HawaiiDogFoundation.org

Adoption Event / Meet & Greets

Every Sunday

Petco Pearl City

1134 Kuala St.

1:00 until 3:00 PM

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