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Lange Foundation saves animals in danger of being euthanized at city and country shelters. We are devoted to finding loving, lifetime homes for every rescued pet and place a high emphasis on matching the right animal with the right family to ensure a fulfilling relationship for all involved. Our experienced adoption counselors are happy to guide you in finding the best match.
You are welcome to visit our available animals at our West Los Angeles and Canyon Country locations. We encourage you to spend as much time as you can with the animal you are interested in. Depending on age, a pet can be a commitment of 15 years or more.
Our adoption process includes an application, home visit, and adoption fee.
What do I need to adopt?

You must be 21 years or older.
Please bring a valid photo I.D. card with your current address.
Rent? Provide your landlord’s name and contact information or copy of the lease stating that pets are allowed.
Own? Provide a copy of your deed, mortgage payment book, or property tax bill.

Adoption Policies
Adoption Timeline
Due to our application process, we do not do same-day adoptions. The process typically takes 2-3 days depending on when a home visit can be scheduled.
Adoption Area
Because we do a home visit prior to adoption we adopt to families in the Southern California region only. This is typically forty miles around Los Angeles and forty miles around Canyon Country.
Adoption Fees
Adoption fees are $125 and up. The adoption fee goes toward care, boarding, food, vaccines, grooming, surgeries, and much more that goes beyond your new pet. Adoption fees usually do not cover all costs put into each animal. When you provide one animal with a loving home, your adoption fee contributes toward the cost of rescue by supporting all the pets at Lange Foundation and allowing us to save more.
We regret we can not adopt to families with children 6 years old and under.
Our interest is making sure every member of the family is happy and safe. Unfortunately, adoptions to families with small children have been unsuccessful in the past. The situation is difficult for both the children and pets when an animal is returned.
Any swimming pool must be secured.
If your home has a swimming pool, it must be inaccessible to your new pet by being fenced or completely covered.
We do not disclose reasons for declining an application.
We carefully review each application to match our animals to the right home. We do not provide specific reasons if an application is declined.

Adoptable Dogs

The dogs we rescue come in all shapes, colors, sizes and ages. Some are purebred, some are designer breeds, and some are just perfectly wonderful mutts.

Our available dogs are listed below – please be patient as the page loads. Click on their photographs and names to view more information.

Dogs live, play, walk, and wait patiently for their new families at our Halfway Home Kennel or St. Bonnie’s Sanctuary. You can contact us if you have any questions or are interested in adopting.

As our dogs are rescued from city shelters and their histories are mostly unknown, there are no guarantees for age, breed, behavior, and health.

Adoption Fees

$250 Dog (over a year)
$350 Puppy (under a year)

Adoptable Dogs are:

  • Sterilized
  • Vaccinated
  • Microchipped
  • Dewormed
  • Current on Flea Preventative

 

Puppies under 4 months may not have all three sets of vaccines/deworming. If a puppy is too young to be sterilized at time of adoption, a Sterilization Agreement must be completed. This includes an additional $75 deposit, refundable upon proof of spay/neuter. By choosing to adopt a baby puppy, adopters agree that any required vaccines/deworming and sterilization fees are their responsibility.

ABBY

LOCATED AT WEST LA KENNEL

D.O.B: 01/17/2008

Abby was rescued from the East Valley shelter after being surrendered by his owners. She was not properly cared for and had extremely matted hair, untreated ear infection and a urinary tract infection. Abby was obviously not well cared for and luckily found her way into our care. She is a very sweet and quiet senior that enjoys taking walks, eating her meals and getting some attention from staff and volunteers. Her infections are clearing up and her matted fur have been removed. Abby is on the up and up and ready to find a true forever home that can provide the proper care she needs and deserves.

BEENA (Bonded w/ Daisy)

LOCATED AT WEST LA KENNEL

D.O.B: 07/14/2015

Sweet little Beena was part of a home for a few years, but unfortunately due to financial issues, Beena’s owner could no longer care for her. This little girl had an eye condition that was not properly treated which made her an undesirable dog at the shelter. We saw her and fell for her little underbite and sweet nature. Beena is getting treatment for her eyes, but will need lifelong care for them. She is slightly shy at first, but with a little confidence and love, she will blossom beautifully.

DAISY (bonded w/ Beena)

LOCATED AT WEST LA KENNEL

D.O.B: 07/14/2015

Sweet Daisy was in a home for her first 4 years, but unfortunately was surrendered to the East Valley shelter after her owner was no longer able to care for her. She is a shy lady, but will a little patience, she warms up nicely and showcases her amazing personality. She enjoys going on walks and really like the company of other dogs. Daisy is a great dog with a lot of love to give!

BONITA & HAMLET (BONDED PAIR)

LOCATED AT ST. BONNIE’S SANCTUARY

D.O.B: 11/4/2015

After being in a home for a year, Hamlet and his lady Bonita were turned into the Lancaster shelter. Bonita was pregnant and Hamlet was doing his best to stay close and care for her. We rescued the two of them and quickly found out that Bonita was ready to give birth a few days later. We ended up with 7 puppies! Bonita tried her best to take care of them, but a kennel is a tough place for newborns and their mom. Hamlet was a wreck and desperately wanted to be by Bonita’s side. The whole family were then put into a foster home and we got to see what amazing house dogs Hamlet and Bonita were. Soon after, their puppies were adopted to loving homes. Hamlet and Bonita are a bonded pair that are in search of a home to cater to their high activity life, but to also snuggle and love them like a small dog. They also love to play ball and understand basic commands. Hamlet and Bonita are a wonderful pair of intelligent and friendly huskies.

CASEY

LOCATED AT WEST LA KENNEL

D.O.B: 10/27/2014

Casey was rescued from the Palmdale shelter after being turned in as a stray. At first, the shelter thought he had been injured due to a limp, but in fact, he had a deformed foot that was missing a few phalanges. Casey does not seem bothered by this aside from a slight limp. Otherwise, he is a happy boy that is ready to join his forever home. Casey enjoys taking walks with the volunteers, getting cuddles, and receiving treats!

CHEWY

LOCATED AT ST. BONNIE’S SANCTUARY

D.O.B: 10/02/2010

Little Chewy is 9 years old but still looks like a puppy! His funny personality will keep you smiling! It’s hard not to laugh when watching this little guy. He is super friendly and will follow you around wherever you go. He loves to go on walks and is very good on leash. This little man is so tiny that we have to put a bell on him! Chewy misses having a family to love and spoil him!

CRANBERRY

LOCATED AT WEST LA KENNEL

D.O.B: 08/19/2015

Cranberry is our sweet, petite, longhaired chihuahua that was rescued from the South LA shelter. She has been an amazing dog since arriving at our facility. Cranberry is extremely loving, well mannered and great with other dogs. She is currently dealing with a skin allergy issue that is being addressed. Otherwise, Cranberry is a perfect little dog ready to find her true forever home.

DOLLY

LOCATED AT WEST LA KENNEL

D.O.B: 02/06/2014

Hello, Dolly! This 84lb cattle dog mix was turned into the North Central Shelter as a stray. No one came to claim her, so she became available for adoption. We meet Dolly shortly after and fell in love! She has a sweet and loving personality with a passion for walking! Dolly gets along with small and large dogs alike. This gentle giant will surely steal your heart!

DORA

LOCATED AT ST. BONNIE’S SANCTUARY

D.O.B: 07/28/2014

Dora was a mother dog that was bred and dumped at the shelter after giving birth. She was still lactating, but no puppies in sight. Dora is not letting this dampen her bright personality. She is full of fun, love and happiness – a real treasure! Dora enjoys being around people the most, but does great with other dogs! She is a easy walking buddy and wants nothing more than to be someone’s trusted sidekick.

DUKE

LOCATED AT ST. BONNIE’S SANCTUARY

D.O.B: 10/02/2017

Just by looking at his eyes you can already tell Duke has a kind soul. This young boy is a very affectionate and loving. He is happiest when he has someone to cuddle with. He does great on walks and likes other dogs. Duke is an amazing little guy and deserves a very loving family.

ELLIOTT

LOCATED AT WEST LA KENNEL

D.O.B: 05/25/2007

Elliott is our sweet senior chihuahua that found his way to us due to his owner passing away. He has been in a home for the past 11 years and is desperately trying to find a new forever home. He is a gentle boy with a heart of gold. Since he was in a home for so long, he is housebroken and very good about being on a schedule. Elliott would love a home with an owner that is around a lot to provide comfort and plenty of love.

FIZZ

LOCATED AT WEST LA KENNEL

D.O.B: 07/20/2009

Poor Fizz was turned into the East Valley shelter as a stray with extremely matted hair, a huge infected hotspot and foxtails all over his body. He was in desperate need of help and a trip to the vet. We took him into our care and had a much needed grooming, a vet visit and some extra love from the volunteers and staff. He is making great strides in his skin recovery and after a much needed dental will be feeling 100% better than when we first met him. All in all, he is a fun, sweet and loving boy ready to find his forever family!

GINA

LOCATED AT WEST LA KENNEL

D.O.B: 09/29/2017

Gina was rescued from the South LA shelter after being found as a stray with a injured hip. She was on cage rest when we met her, and luckily that was exactly what she needed. Our orthopedic surgeon noted that she was healing fine and just required a few more weeks of rest to fully heal. Gina is a spectacular dog with a heart of gold. She is ready to find a trusty human companion to have plenty of adventures with!

GOLDIE 

LOCATED AT WEST LA KENNEL

D.O.B: 04/11/2015

Goldie was pulled from the Lancaster shelter after being picked up as a stray. She was a bit timid but SO loving. We found that once she warms up, you become her whole world. It might take a few visits for her to get to know a new person, but for those that give her the time receive tons of love. For about 6 months, she was in a foster home surrounded by many other dogs and cats. She got along fine with the others, but truly loves getting attention from people. She enjoys playing with her toys, taking daily walks, sunning herself in the grass and especially meal time. Goldie will be a spectacular companion to the lucky person who takes a chance on her.

HALSEY & KHLOE (BONDED PAIR)

LOCATED AT WEST LA KENNEL

D.O.B: 10/04/2017

Halsey and Khloe were intercepted at the South LA shelter when their owner was attempting to surrender them. Unfortunately, the owner’s job changed and left him with an inadequate amount of time to care for them. Now, Halsey and Khloe have joined our rescue and have shown themselves to be very dedicated and amazing dogs. They really love one another and would like to be adopted together. These young dogs are ready to showcase their spectacular personalities to a lucky adopter!

HERMAN

LOCATED AT ST. BONNIE’S SANCTUARY

D.O.B: 09/20/2011

Herman is a complete gentleman and a kind soul. We rescued Herman from the Palmdale Animal Shelter where he was labeled as a stray. He has a heart murmur but still has a lot of pep in his step! His little tail wags like crazy when it is time for walks. He loves being around people and will bond with you very quickly. Herman is complete love bug and deserves a loving family who will snuggle with him.

IZZY

LOCATED AT ST. BONNIE’S SANCTUARY

D.O.B: 11/08/2014

Izzy is a little ball of energy. She loves to play and go on walks. She would do great with someone who would enjoy taking her on runs with them. She has the cutest under bite which makes her look like she is smiling 24/7. Izzy is a great girl who deserves nothing but the best!

JACKIE

LOCATED AT WEST LA KENNEL

D.O.B: 09/30/2017

Jackie was rescued from the South LA shelter with a fractured hind leg. He immediately went to the orthopedic surgeon and had his break repaired. Jackie has been recovering nicely and has luckily been able to keep his sweet temperament. Jackie is a 2 year old terrier with tons of love to give a lucky person!

MARLEY

LOCATED AT ST. BONNIE’S SANCTUARY

D.O.B: 02/27/2014

Marley the giant is full of fun and energy. This loving boy loves to play and go for walks. He would probably be an amazing running buddy and would definitely do well on hikes. Marley is a very fun and loving boy. He knows his basic commands such as sit and high five. Marley would do best in a single pet home with no children. He doesn’t like to be picked up and prefers to not have his ears scratched. We would prefer an adopter who would be willing to visit multiple times to they can get to know each other and understand Marley’s needs.This handsome boy is just waiting for someone to love him.

NALA

LOCATED AT ST. BONNIE’S SANCTUARY

D.O.B: 10/08/2012

Nala is a playful young girl. At 7 years old she still has that puppy energy. Nala came to us with a cloudy left eye. When examined by our vet, it was discovered that her left eye does not cause her any pain and we were advised to leave the eye alone. She loves to play and gets along with certain dogs that fit her personality. She’s great on walks and is always eager to get pets from the people she meets.

NOVA

LOCATED AT ST. BONNIE’S SANCTUARY

D.O.B: 11/02/2009

Nova was turned into the Lancaster Shelter as a stray. It seems as though she had a home at one time, but was kept as an outside only dog. She does know basic commands and is a giant sweet heart. Staff here at St. Bonnie’s call her a big baby because she enjoys being coddled. She loves the company of people, but does not care for other dogs. Nova’s ideal home would be a single dog home where she was able to be inside and part of the family. She is a sweet and snuggly girl ready for her true forever home.

PANCHITO & STAR (BONDED PAIR)

LOCATED AT WEST LA KENNEL

D.O.B: 08/28/2008

Panchito and Star were rescued from a hoarding/backyard-breeding situation in 2012. They were extremely scared and not receptive to human interaction in the beginning. They slowly made progress throughout the years with us, but have exceeded our expectations in the past year. Since joining our West LA office staff, they have shown themselves to be dedicated and loving dogs. Star is still somewhat skittish, but has shown that with time and patience she opens up and enjoys human companionship. Panchito is more open to meeting new people and is very sweet, but will still need some time to fully blossom. These two are extremely funny, loving and special dogs – whoever takes a chance on these two will be incredibly lucky!

 

PAULIE

LOCATED AT WEST LA KENNEL

D.O.B: 10/01/2018

Paulie, our sweet chihuahua, was rescued from the East Valley shelter after she was turned in as a stray and pregnant. They needed to do emergency surgery due to her puppies being too large to pass naturally – she survived, but unfortunately they were not able to save the puppies. Paulie bounced back from this terrible situation with the help of the shelter staff – she became an instant favorite. We brought her into our care and have fallen for her fun and loving personality. Paulie is ready to meet everyone and find her true forever home!

P.J.

LOCATED AT WEST LA KENNEL

D.O.B: 09/14/2010

P.J. was in a loving home until his owner suddenly passed away. He was then taken to the East Valley shelter to await his next chapter. Luckily, we P.J. found his way into our care and he has been a wonderful addition. He enjoys taking walks, making new friends, and eating! P.J. is very treat motivated and can easily learn a new routine with that training method. This jack russell terrier is ready to find a new forever home where he can bond deeply with a special person. He is a real sweetheart!

PUCK

LOCATED AT WEST LA KENNEL

D.O.B: 10/05/2010

Our silly boy, Puck, was rescued from the East Valley shelter after being found as a stray. He was not neutered and dealing with some terrible dental disease. Luckily, we were able to bring him into our rescue and give him the care he needs. He is a sweet boy, good with other dogs and has the cutest little smile. Puck will be sure to wiggle his way into your heart!

REMINGTON

LOCATED AT ST. BONNIE’S SANCTUARY

D.O.B: 03/27/2018

This goofy boy will constantly make you laugh. He is handsome, funny, and a great cuddler making him the best man out there! Remington loves to play and is super curious about everything. His head tilts will cause you to say ‘aww’ every single time. Come meet this silly man today!

ROSIE

LOCATED AT ST. BONNIE’S SANCTUARY

D.O.B: 09/14/2014

Rosie came from the Palmdale shelter as a stray. Rosie is also the cutest nugget in the world. She greets everyone with a big ole smile! Her bright energy and her love for love has everyone head over heels for her. Come and meet Rosie to experience her friendly personality and her love for people.

RUFUS

LOCATED AT ST. BONNIE’S SANCTUARY

D.O.B: 01/19/2014

Rufus is very tiny but his heart is big. He loves everyone he meets and is always very eager to play. He is a bit wary of other dogs and is very picky on the ones he likes. He is a special dog who deserves a good home.

SMORES

LOCATED AT ST. BONNIE’S SANCTUARY

D.O.B: 04/01/2017

Smores had a family at one time but was surrendered to the shelter because she became pregnant. She is a loving little girl who needs a family to reassure her that she is loved and will never be abandoned again. Due to the trauma of being abandoned, it takes Smores a little time to open up to people. All she needs is a couple moments with someone sitting with her to open up. She is a gentle soul and has so much love to give!

SOREN

LOCATED AT WEST LA KENNEL

D.O.B: 10/04/2013

Soren was rescued from the East Valley Shelter after being surrendered by his owner after they could no longer properly care for him. Soren is a goofy and sweet boy that has so much love to give! The shelter noted he had luxating patellas that should be checked by a surgeon and possibly surgically fixed. He is settling in well and is on the road to being his very best self!

SPIDERMAN

LOCATED AT WEST LA KENNEL

D.O.B: 12/03/2018

Spiderman, our long legged terrier, was rescued from the East Valley shelter after being found as a stray. He is a young, playful and wild puppy. With his spider like legs, he can jump very high and is ready for a home to keep him active. Spiderman needs some basic training, but is a smart young man ready to learn and please a lucky adopter!

WATSON

LOCATED AT ST. BONNIE’S SANCTUARY

D.O.B: 09/14/2015

 

WILLIE

LOCATED AT ST. BONNIE’S SANCTUARY

D.O.B: 01/19/2016

Willie loves life and is super excited about all the little things! He has a bright personality and is very gentle. He is a bit shy but warms up quickly. He is great on walks and always eager for a belly rub!

Adoptions

Lange Foundation saves animals in danger of being euthanized at city and country shelters. We are devoted to finding loving, lifetime homes for every rescued pet and place a high emphasis on matching the right animal with the right family to ensure a fulfilling relationship for all involved. Our experienced adoption counselors are happy to guide you in finding the best match.

You are welcome to visit our available animals at our West Los Angeles and Canyon Country locations. We encourage you to spend as much time as you can with the animal you are interested in. Depending on age, a pet can be a commitment of 15 years or more.

Our adoption process includes an application, home visit, and adoption fee.

What do I need to adopt?

  • You must be 21 years or older.
  • Please bring a valid photo I.D. card with your current address.
  • Rent? Provide your landlord’s name and contact information or copy of the lease stating that pets are allowed.
  • Own? Provide a copy of your deed, mortgage payment book, or property tax bill.

Adoption Policies

Adoption Timeline

Due to our application process, we do not do same-day adoptions. The process typically takes 2-3 days depending on when a home visit can be scheduled.

Adoption Area

Because we do a home visit prior to adoption we adopt to families in the Southern California region only. This is typically forty miles around Los Angeles and forty miles around Canyon Country.

Adoption Fees

Adoption fees are $125 for adult cats, $150 for cats under 1 year of age. Dogs adoption fees are $250 for adult dogs and $350 for dogs under 1 year of age. The adoption fee goes toward care, boarding, food, vaccines, grooming, surgeries, and much more that goes beyond your new pet. Adoption fees usually do not cover all costs put into each animal. When you provide one animal with a loving home, your adoption fee contributes toward the cost of rescue by supporting all the pets at Lange Foundation and allowing us to save more.

We regret we can not adopt to families with children 6 years old and under.

Our interest is making sure every member of the family is happy and safe. Unfortunately, adoptions to families with small children have been unsuccessful in the past. The situation is difficult for both the children and pets when an animal is returned.

Any swimming pool must be secured.

If your home has a swimming pool, it must be inaccessible to your new pet by being fenced or completely covered.

We do not disclose reasons for declining an application.

We carefully review each application to match our animals to the right home. We do not provide specific reasons if an application is declined.

FIV+ Cats

It is estimated that about 3% of seemingly healthy cats are actually positive for FIV. Most cats are not tested before they are adopted and most owners have no reason to suspect their cat has this virus. Many, many healthy cats have happy, full lives without anyone knowing they have the virus.

For more information, check out our FIV+ resource.

Our FIV+ Cats

At Lange Foundation’s Halfway Home Kennel, we have a spacious area dedicated entirely to our FIV+ cats. They receive the same loving care we give every one of our animals. Come and meet some of our FIV positive cats. All are loving, wonderful, and silly little felines waiting for you take them home!

If you are interested in adopting or fostering one of our FIV+ cats, please let us know! We would love to chat and help you make the right decision.

Seniors

Nothing compares to the sadness of an older pet dumped in a strange, cold, cruel shelter.  At the Lange Foundation, we believe these older animals deserve so much better. We know they still have a lot of life left and lots of love to give. We know senior pets are actually treasures!

In fact, many of our dogs and cats are: Mature, Seasoned, Experienced, Mellowed, Sophisticated.

Take a moment to look at a few of our senior friends. You just might find the companion you have always wanted.

Horses for Adoption

St. Bonnie’s Sanctuary houses and cares for all our rescued horses and ponies. If you are interested in our horse rescue program or adopting, please contact us at st.bonnies@gmail.com or (661) 251-5590.

Located at
St. Bonnie's Sanctuary

Fancy

Female
18 years 1 month.
Located at
St. Bonnie's Sanctuary

Topanga

Female
24 years 1 month.


Cats for Adoption

The cats we rescue come in all colors, sizes and ages. We have Siamese, Himalayan, Persian, Manx and the All-American purr machines.

Our available cats are listed below – please be patient as the page loads. Click on their photographs and names to view more information.

Cats live, play, sleep, and wait patiently for their new families at our Halfway Home Kennel or St. Bonnie’s Sanctuary. You can contact us if you have any questions or are interested in adopting.

Located at
St. Bonnie's Sanctuary

Ace

Male
6 years 8 months.
Located at
Lange Foundation

Atticus

Male
5 years 5 months.
Located at
St. Bonnie's Sanctuary

Autumn

Female
2 years 0 months.
Located at
Lange Foundation

Badger

Male
7 months.
Located at
Lange Foundation

Barton

Male
6 months.
Located at
Lange Foundation

Bernice

Female
2 years 5 months.
Located at
St. Bonnie's Sanctuary

Blackjack

Female
4 years 7 months.
Located at
Lange Foundation

Blake

Male
6 years 7 months.
Located at
Lange Foundation

Breanna

Female
3 years 6 months.
Located at
Lange Foundation

Brit

Female
4 years 4 months.
Located at
Lange Foundation

Bruno

Male
2 years 5 months.
Located at
Lange Foundation

Buffy

Female
6 months.
Located at
Lange Foundation

Buster

Male
4 years 4 months.
Located at
St. Bonnie's Sanctuary

Butters

Male
7 months.
Located at
Lange Foundation

Camilla

Female
2 years 7 months.
Located at
Lange Foundation

Carly

Female
14 years 4 months.
Located at
Lange Foundation

Cha-Cha

Female
7 months.
Located at
St. Bonnie's Sanctuary

Cheddar

Male
1 year 8 months.
Located at
Lange Foundation

Chloe

Female
9 years 5 months.
Located at
Lange Foundation

Coconut

Female
6 months.
Located at
Lange Foundation

Colette

Female
22 weeks.
Located at
Lange Foundation

Coral

Female
12 years 8 months.
Located at
Lange Foundation

Couscous

Female
7 years 5 months.
Located at
Lange Foundation

Cutie Pie

Female
11 years 1 month.
Located at
St. Bonnie's Sanctuary

Dinah

Female
3 years 7 months.
Located at
Lange Foundation

Dixie

Female
8 years 5 months.
Located at
Lange Foundation

Dolce

Female
7 years 6 months.
Located at
Lange Foundation

Dunkin

Male
6 months.
Located at
Lange Foundation

Earl

Male
10 years 7 months.
Located at
St. Bonnie's Sanctuary

Emma

Female
12 years 2 months.
Located at
St. Bonnie's Sanctuary

Eva

Female
4 years 7 months.
Located at
Lange Foundation

Finley

Male
1 year 0 months.
Located at
St. Bonnie's Sanctuary

Galexia

Female
3 years 8 months.
Located at
Lange Foundation

Ginger

Female
9 years 6 months.
Located at
Lange Foundation

Hadley

Female
13 weeks.
Located at
St. Bonnie's Sanctuary

Hannah

Female
4 years 7 months.
Located at
Lange Foundation

Harlow

Male
13 weeks.
Located at
Lange Foundation

Hazel

Female
13 weeks.
Located at
Lange Foundation

Helene

Female
2 years 2 months.
Located at
Lange Foundation

Helga

Female
13 weeks.
Located at
St. Bonnie's Sanctuary

Hope

Female
2 years 2 months.
Located at
Lange Foundation

Houdini

Male
4 years 7 months.
Located at
Lange Foundation

Hunter

Male
13 weeks.
Located at
Lange Foundation

Hunter

Male
2 years 3 months.
Located at
Lange Foundation

Ivy

Female
6 months.
Located at
Lange Foundation

J.J

Male
8 years 7 months.
Located at
Lange Foundation

Jackie

Female
12 years 9 months.
Located at
Lange Foundation

Jackson

Male
6 years 2 months.
Located at
Lange Foundation

Jessie

Female
11 years 9 months.
Located at
Lange Foundation

Joe

Male
6 months.
Located at
Lange Foundation

Jovi

Male
15 years 8 months.
Located at
St. Bonnie's Sanctuary

Judas

Male
7 months.
Located at
Lange Foundation

Karl

Male
8 months.
Located at
Lange Foundation

Katie

Female
12 years 5 months.
Located at
Lange Foundation

Kay

Female
6 months.
Located at
Lange Foundation

Kensi

Female
1 year 7 months.
Located at
Lange Foundation

Kipper

Male
7 years 5 months.
Located at
St. Bonnie's Sanctuary

Krystal

Female
4 years 7 months.
Located at
Lange Foundation

Lance

Male
1 year 1 month.
Located at
St. Bonnie's Sanctuary

Lennox

Male
6 months.
Located at
Lange Foundation

Lenny

Male
8 months.
Located at
Lange Foundation

Leslie Winkle

Female
9 years 4 months.
Located at
St. Bonnie's Sanctuary

Lilly

Female
4 years 6 months.
Located at
Lange Foundation

Lovesky

Female
15 years 4 months.
Located at
Lange Foundation

Lucy

Female
12 years 2 months.
Located at
St. Bonnie's Sanctuary

Luna

Female
7 years 8 months.
Located at
Lange Foundation

Maddie

Female
7 years 9 months.
Located at
Lange Foundation

Mae

Female
6 years 10 months.
Located at
Lange Foundation

Malory

Female
10 years 11 months.
Located at
Lange Foundation

Marco

Male
7 months.
Located at
Lange Foundation

Marie Antoinette

Female
13 years 2 months.
Located at
Lange Foundation

Mason

Male
6 months.
Located at
Lange Foundation

Mikey

Male
3 years 1 month.
Located at
Lange Foundation

Miles

Male
23 weeks.
Located at
St. Bonnie's Sanctuary

Minsky

Female
4 years 2 months.
Located at
Lange Foundation

Mish

Male
15 years 4 months.
Located at
Lange Foundation

Mishka

Female
1 year 2 months.
Located at
Lange Foundation

Molly

Female
12 years 8 months.
Located at
Lange Foundation

Mona Lisa

Female
14 years 8 months.
Located at
St. Bonnie's Sanctuary

Moose

Female
4 years 8 months.
Located at
St. Bonnie's Sanctuary

Mr. Bojangles

Male
7 months.
Located at
Lange Foundation

Mr. Grey

Male
6 years 5 months.
Located at
Lange Foundation

Nellie

Female
18 weeks.
Located at
Lange Foundation

Newton

Male
25 weeks.
Located at
Lange Foundation

Nora

Female
21 weeks.
Located at
St. Bonnie's Sanctuary

Olive

Female
11 months.
Located at
Lange Foundation

Olivia

Female
2 years 5 months.
Located at
Lange Foundation

Oreo

Female
9 years 9 months.
Located at
Lange Foundation

Paisley

Female
6 months.
Located at
Lange Foundation

Pebbles

Male
9 years 8 months.
Located at
Lange Foundation

Pinky

Male
5 years 10 months.
Located at
Lange Foundation

Pip

Male
6 months.
Located at
Lange Foundation

Piper

Female
6 months.
Located at
Lange Foundation

Plato

Male
6 months.
Located at
Lange Foundation

Polo

Male
7 months.
Located at
Lange Foundation

Popcorn

Female
6 months.
Located at
St. Bonnie's Sanctuary

Puddin

Female
7 months.
Located at
Lange Foundation

Puff

Female
15 years 7 months.
Located at
St. Bonnie's Sanctuary

Rae

Female
8 months.
Located at
St. Bonnie's Sanctuary

Ralphie

Male
7 months.
Located at
Lange Foundation

Rampage

Male
6 months.
Located at
St. Bonnie's Sanctuary

Rosebud

Female
7 months.
Located at
Lange Foundation

Scully

Female
11 years 8 months.
Located at
Lange Foundation

Sevo

Male
2 years 7 months.
Located at
Lange Foundation

Shellay

Female
7 years 8 months.
Located at
St. Bonnie's Sanctuary

Sherman

Male
7 months.
Located at
St. Bonnie's Sanctuary

Siri

Female
8 months.
Located at
St. Bonnie's Sanctuary

Sophie

Female
2 years 6 months.
Located at
Lange Foundation

Stewart

Male
4 years 5 months.
Located at
Lange Foundation

Sullivan

Male
2 years 5 months.
Located at
St. Bonnie's Sanctuary

Sweet Pea

Female
3 years 6 months.
Located at
Lange Foundation

Sylvester

Male
10 years 1 month.
Located at
Lange Foundation

Tabitha

Female
12 years 7 months.
Located at
Lange Foundation

Timmy

Male
9 years 1 month.
Located at
Lange Foundation

Timothy

Male
1 year 0 months.
Located at
Lange Foundation

Tommy

Male
12 years 1 month.
Located at
Lange Foundation

Tootsie

Female
11 years 7 months.
Located at
St. Bonnie's Sanctuary

Tuna

Female
8 months.
Located at
Lange Foundation

Turner

Female
7 years 7 months.
Located at
St. Bonnie's Sanctuary

Twinky

Male
7 months.
Located at
Lange Foundation

Vinny

Male
6 years 1 month.
Located at
St. Bonnie's Sanctuary

Violette

Female
4 years 7 months.
Located at
Lange Foundation

Wanda

Female
1 year 8 months.
Located at
St. Bonnie's Sanctuary

Wasabi

Male
2 years 1 month.
Located at
Lange Foundation

Wesley

Male
7 months.
Located at
St. Bonnie's Sanctuary

Whiskers

Female
6 months.
Located at
Lange Foundation

Xander

Male
20 weeks.
Located at
Lange Foundation

Zowie

Female
16 years 8 months.

Dogs for Adoption

The dogs we rescue come in all shapes, colors, sizes and ages. Some are purebred, some are designer breeds, and some are just perfectly wonderful mutts.

Our available dogs are listed below – please be patient as the page loads. Click on their photographs and names to view more information.

Dogs live, play, walk, and wait patiently for their new families at our Halfway Home Kennel or St. Bonnie’s Sanctuary. You can contact us if you have any questions or are interested in adopting.

Located at
Lange Foundation

Abby

Female
11 years 10 months.
Located at
Lange Foundation

Beena

Female
4 years 4 months.
Located at
St. Bonnie's Sanctuary

Bonita / Hamlet

Female
4 years 0 months.
Located at
Lange Foundation

Casey

Male
5 years 0 months.
Located at
St. Bonnie's Sanctuary

Chewy

Male
9 years 1 month.
Located at
Lange Foundation

Cranberry

Female
4 years 3 months.
Located at
Lange Foundation

Daisy

Female
4 years 4 months.
Located at
Lange Foundation

Darlene

Female
6 years 0 months.
Located at
Lange Foundation

Dolly

Female
5 years 9 months.
Located at
Lange Foundation

Dora

Female
5 years 3 months.
Located at
Lange Foundation

Elliott

Male
12 years 5 months.
Located at
Lange Foundation

Fizz

Male
10 years 4 months.
Located at
Lange Foundation

Gina

Female
2 years 1 month.
Located at
Lange Foundation

Goldie

Female
4 years 7 months.
Located at
St. Bonnie's Sanctuary

Herman

Male
8 years 2 months.
Located at
St. Bonnie's Sanctuary

Izzy

Female
5 years 0 months.
Located at
Lange Foundation

Khloe / Halsey

Female
2 years 1 month.
Located at
St. Bonnie's Sanctuary

Marley

Male
5 years 8 months.
Located at
St. Bonnie's Sanctuary

Nala

Female
7 years 1 month.
Located at
St. Bonnie's Sanctuary

Nova

Female
10 years 0 months.
Located at
Lange Foundation

PJ

Male
9 years 2 months.
Located at
Lange Foundation

Panchito / Star

Male
11 years 2 months.
Located at
Lange Foundation

Paulie

Female
1 year 1 month.
Located at
Lange Foundation

Puck

Male
9 years 1 month.
Located at
St. Bonnie's Sanctuary

Remington

Male
1 year 7 months.
Located at
St. Bonnie's Sanctuary

Rosie

Female
5 years 2 months.
Located at
St. Bonnie's Sanctuary

Rufus

Male
5 years 10 months.
Located at
St. Bonnie's Sanctuary

Smores

Female
2 years 7 months.
Located at
Lange Foundation

Soren

Male
6 years 1 month.
Located at
Lange Foundation

Spiderman

Male
11 months.
Located at
St. Bonnie's Sanctuary

Watson

Male
4 years 2 months.
Located at
St. Bonnie's Sanctuary

Willie

Male
3 years 10 months.

Bonded Pairs

Some of the animals we rescued are in a “Bonded Pair.” This means they are bonded (attached) to another animal and must be adopted together.

They could be family, a parent with their offspring or brothers and sisters. Our Bonded Pairs could also be companions with a well-established bond through their shared life experiences.

These are pets that, even though they may be otherwise well socialized, have come to depend on each other as a survival technique.

Bonded Pairs seem to rely on one another for their social cues, for confidence building in new situations, and for stress relief in any uncertain predicament.

Our Bonded Pairs come in a variety of ages, from babies to teenagers to seniors.

We make every effort to keep these Bonded Pairs together and seek a home for them that has a heart big enough for two.