Contact one of the Rescue Programs/Organizations listed on the website, preferably one near your home. You may be asked to fill out an Adoption Request Application. In addition to completing the application satisfactorily, you will be given an on-site visit by that organization to confirm that your situation is the best for the dog that is up for adoption. Not all rescued dogs are able to adapt easily to a new home, so it is important for the rescue organization and YOU to be sure they have the best match for you and the dog. Most of the Rescue programs/organizations will ask you to pay an Adoption Fee, which helps to cover the medical bills, grooming, and food while the dog was being fostered prior to adoption. In return the Rescue program/organization will help you through the entire adoption process and beyond to be sure the adoption is successful, the dog has a forever home, and everyone is happy.
Finding a Rescue Coordinator.
This list shows rescue coordinators listed by the Area they serve. Find one or more close to you and contct them. Click on their name to bring up contact details including a form to email them (if they have email).