Our Adoptable Dogs

All of our dogs are up to date on vaccines, given dewormer, microchipped, heartworm tested, spayed/neutered, kept on Heartgard Plus & Frontline Plus monthly and are all fed Nature’s Select dog food. If you need more information on a particular dog please call or e-mail. Thank You!

If you are looking for a particular dog and perhaps do not see it here, please call, as we are always taking in new dogs and perhaps the one you want just hasn’t made it to the website yet.

We do not have a history on most of the animals up for adoption since we rescue them Animal Control and they are usually labeled as strays.  We can only tell you their behavior since they have been with us.  We do not know the specific breeds of each dog or the exact ages.  Once again, because they are rescued we have to guess as to what they MAY be a mix of and what age they appear to be.

DOGS ARE SOCIAL ANIMALS AND LOVE TO BE TOGETHER. IF YOU ARE CONSIDERING ADOPTING TWO DOGS, WE CAN LET YOU KNOW WHO THEIR ‘BUDDY’ HAS BEEN WHILE AT AHS.

TO GET MAPS OF WHERE WE ARE LOCATED, CLICK ON THE LINK BELOW

Directions to the Shelter

Please click on the picture of the dog that you are interested in to view their specific adoption date and adoption donation. 

Not all of the dogs are available for viewing or adoption right away so make sure to plan to come out when the dog you are interested in is available.  It is first come first serve on the mornings that the dogs first become available so plan to be at the shelter as early as possible that morning.  We do put a sign in sheet up on our front door the mornings that new dogs are becoming available at 6am so that we can keep track of the order that people arrived.  You must also have completed an application and received a call back on it to be eligible for adoption those mornings.  We do not start helping adoptions until 9 am on Saturdays and 11 am Sundays through Fridays.  Please call us at 847-961-5541 if you have any questions!

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PLEASE CLICK HERE TO READ ON POTENTIALLY FATAL FOODS FOR DOGS THAT HUMANS EAT ALMOST EVERYDAY.