ADOPTED

MEET SIMBA
Simba is a 9 month old Pomeranian. He needs a home with a family. He gets along with all cats and most dogs.

He is afraid of men but comes around after learning to trust. .

If you haven't already experienced the joy of dog adoption, it's a good time to save a canine life and upgrade your own in the process.


If you are ready to take that step towards adopting please fill out an adoption application and one of our representatives will contact you shortly.


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MEET OUR ADOPTABLES​

ADOPTED

MEET WYATT

He is a 4 year old Bichon mix who loves his tennis ball & loves to snuggle. He gets along with everyone and everything!


​ADOPTION SUCCESS STORIES

OUR PREVIOUS RESCUE DOGS

& THEIR HAPPY EVER AFTERS


REASONS TO CHOOSE ADOPTION!


The decision to add a dog to your family should not come lightly. Getting a dog is a big responsibility after all. But once you are sure you can handle it, adopting a dog is the way to go for multiple reasons.

1. You’ll Save a Life
If more people chose to adopt a dog, the number of euthanized animals would decrease dramatically. Currently, between three and four million dogs and cats are euthanized annually in the United States.


2. Basic Healthcare Provided
It’s true that not all dogs that come into animal rescues are healthy. However once a dog is brought in, we will do all that we can to nurse a sick dog back to health, or provide preventive care to dogs coming in. This includes vaccinations, flea & tick control, heart worm prevention, as well as spay and neuter operations.

3. Adopting Saves Money
It is significantly cheaper to adopt a dog rather than purchasing one from a breeder or a pet store. And the cost ALWAYS includes vaccinations and spaying or neutering!

4. It's a Gift that Keeps on Giving
When you do pay an adoption fee through Saving Sage Animal Rescue Foundation, that money isn’t adding to a pet stores personal profits — it is going towards the care of the remaining animals in our care and towards future animals in need in our community.

5. You Won’t Be Supporting Puppy Mills
When you choose to adopt a dog rather than buy one from a pet store you say no to puppy mills. Unsuspecting consumers often don’t realize that the adorable doggy in the window at a pet store more likely than not came from appalling conditions and has not received proper medical care or socialization. The more people who adopt over buying from puppy mills means we are one step closer to making puppy mills obsolete.


6. Adoption is a form of recycling
As the environmentally conscious recycling movement has proven, it's easy (and fun!) being green, and dog adoption is the noblest form of recycling. You don't need to buy.. just adopt!

7. It's cool
With so many charismatic celebrities walking around with adopted dogs by their side -- Lenny Kravitz among them -- it's clear that adoption isn't just the right thing to do, it's the cool thing to do. To your adopted dog, you're the resident rock star!


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MEET JOEY
Joey is a 6 month old yorkie.

 He needs a home with a very active person or family

HE LOVES CHILDREN! He is potty trained and is an absolute love bug.. He gets along with all dogs and cats and is a total lap dog.

MEET PARKER

Parker is a 2 year old boxer mix. He needs a home with a very active person or family. He gets along with all dogs and cats and is a big lap dog.

MEET AUTUMN​
Autumn is a 1 year old female terrier mix. She is the sweetest dog in the world. she was found and brought into rescue by a local detective.She was emaciated and had a severe infection and a puncture wound to her abdomen. She is now 100% healthy and waiting for her forever home,

 She needs a home with love. She gets along with everythingand is just grateful to be safe!

IN FOSTER TO ADOPT 

MEET VICKY

She is an 8 year old Shepard mix who loves long walks and just being around people.  She likes cats and small dogs but is very dominant and would do best in a home without large dogs. Vicki loves to be around children and adults alike.

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