Creating healthy balanced dogs

Rehab & Rehome

This program is funded by a fee paid by the rescue organization or the previous owners of the dog. Help also comes from our Pack Walk donations, the Sunday Social fees, and by the generosity of those who care to make a donation for an individual dog or to the Good Dogma Rehab-Rehome Project

! At any one time Good Dogma will have one to two dogs that are part of our rehoming program. Many requests are made on behalf of dogs who are scheduled to be euthanized by a rescue or by families who have made the difficult decision that a particular dog was not the right dog for them. These dogs need time, attention and structured training to help them overcome the habits or defense mechanisms that they have embraced in the past. Most dogs who enter this program live and train here at Good Dogma for an average of 6 to 8 months. The rehoming of a dog is done with great care, requiring from new owners both training and trial periods before a dog is signed over to a new home. Our dogs who are eligible for rehoming need an owner dedicated to the rescue of an animal, willing to maintain the good habits established by their time at Good Dogma. Information and updates will be added to this site as new dogs enter our program, and become available for a new home. If you are interested in either sponsoring a dog with a monthly donation towards their food and vet care, or are interested in a dog you see presented please contact us.

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Elliott

This handsome young dog is Elliott. He is a Boarder Collie mix and approximately 1 year old. Elliott has been training at Good Dogma for three months and is now ready for his forever home. Elliott still has some puppy energy but has learned to have good calm manners in the home . Elliott loves to be around other playful dogs, he enjoys lots of exercise, walks well on leash, has good recall and understands e collar training. Elliott’s energy may not be suitable for toddlers but ages 10 and up who would love an active dog would certainly enjoy him. A fenced in yard is a must for Elliott, daily walks, and as always when adopting from Good Dogma a training period and trial home stay is required before any home is chosen. If you are interested in Elliott please contact us.