Why Adopting a Rescued Dog Is One of the Best Things You'll Ever Do.

Rescued dogs are special! Adopting a rescue dog will be one of the most long-time rewarding things you can do! These dogs often come from less-than-ideal situations, and ensuring the best match for our rescued dogs with their forever families is our goal.

Bringing a dog into your home is a big commitment, and we want you and your new dog to thrive in your new life together. We dont chain/tether our dogs, they are not kept in dog runs, nor are they crated for extended periods of time, and they sleep in the house. They are considered part of your family! Having a similar lifestyle is important - whether you're up every morning going for a jog with your new best friend, or prefer to chill and relax on the couch with him. So, what kind of personality is best for you?

Active or chilled out?
Large breed or small?
Puppy, adult or senior?
Perfectly healthy or special needs?
Perfectly trained or in need of a little extra special attention?

Its important to consider these questions, to ensure both you and your new adopted rescue dog have the best possible life together.

It is also important to realize that your new rescue dog has been through a lot in his life - it may take him a while to become comfortable. Patience and understanding are necessary, and key to helping your new rescue dog adjust to his new surroundings - and to you - his new forever family.

Yes, rescued dogs are indeed special! Once you open your heart, life and home to a rescued dog - you will understand just how special they are.

URGENT. This little darling is 4 years old, and in urgent need. We have one week to place her ~ we are trying to get more time. Her family is unable to keep her as they had a baby and the new situation isn’t working out. Her name is Lexi, and she's reportedly good with dogs her size, goes to the dog park, knows commands, loves to snuggle on the couch, doesn’t get on furniture unless invited. She is not good with cats, small dogs, or small children. We are meeting her this weekend, and will provide more info and photos. She is in the Seattle area. Ping us at info@ladys-hope if you can help. Let’s get this beauty safe!