HDF Adoptable Dogs 

These HDF dogs are looking for permanent homes.  

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Cosmo is a 10yr old chihuahua mix. He weighs about 12 lbs, is current on vaccinations, neutered, microchipped and recently had a dental cleaning.


Cosmo is a previous HDF dog that was adopted in 2009. He was relinquished back to us in May of this year.







Cosmo is a pretty easy going guy that just wants to hang out with his humans and housemates. He enjoy walks and going for car rides. 


He is crate and potty trained. He can be a little vocal at feeding time.



If you're interested in meeting Cosmo, please fill out an adoption application. Here's the link:  Adoption Application




Winnifred (Freddie) was rescued along 59 other dogs from Makaha. We don't know much about her past, but when she arrived at HDF, she was very shut down--wanting to make herself as small and inconspicuous as possible. 


It will be a been a slow road with Freddie, but she's already coming out of her shell, going for walks, eating and drinking on her own and even greeting her foster mom at the door with a wagging tail. 



Freddie is about 5 years old, weighs 60lbs, is current on her vaccinations and is heartworm positive. 


Freddie is most afraid of humans, so we think her ideal home is free from fast moving small children. She does, however, enjoy the company of other dogs, as they seem to give her confidence, so a home with at least 1 dog would be ideal. 



If you're interested in meeting her, please fill out an adoption application. Here's the link:  Adoption Application





Jake was rescued in Makaha along with Winnifred. When we met him at the end of April, he was pretty scared and had a  bad case of mange.


With some medical treatment and consistency, he's on the mend.

 help find him a forever home.  



Jake is between 5-7 years old, he weighs about 60 lbs and is neutered, current on vaccinations and microchipped.


He enjoys the other dogs in his foster home, and because he's a bit of a nervous guy, they seem to give him confidence. He is crate trained, walks well on a leash and lets you know when he needs to go outside. Jake has a favorite stuffed toy (a duck) that he carries around and sleeps with. 




If you'd like to meet him, the adoption application is the next step.  Here's the link:  Adoption Application




Cardi is a 1year old Chihuahua mix. She came to HDF as a stray along with 3 siblings. All were adopted, but cardi was returned due to a change in her family's work schedule.


She's a small girl, weighing in at around 15 lbs. She's very sweet, loves all animals, but can get a bit excited, so she just needs some help finding her inner calm dog.



Cardi is spayed, current on vaccinations,and microchipped. 



If you're interested in meeting Cardi, please fill out an adoption application. Here's the link:  Adoption Application


Groot and Nova



it's too early to tell what kind of dogs they are, but at about 5weeks old (November 18th, 2019), they each weight a little over 3 lbs, so we suspect they will be medium to large as adults. 


They came to us as strays dropped off at a vet clinic with injuries to their heads. Nova has a cut over her left eye and Groot has had some sort of blunt force trauma to the top of his head.



Both are healing nicely and are expected to make a full recovery.  They won't be ready for adoption until they are a bit older, but we are looking for their forever homes now.  We want to be ready, so the adoptive familes have a chance to enjoy the puppy breath! 



 If you're interested in meeting them,  here's the link for the adoption application:  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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