What Is a Rescue Dog?
Available Dogs
Adoption Application

Michael J. Love
(360) 477-6670

  • Although dogs usually must be adopted into homes in Washington (the location of the rescue facility), occasional exceptions will be made on a case-by-case basis.
  • Collies can be adopted into any home regardless of the age of children.
  • No Sheltie can be adopted into any home with a child younger than 7 years of age.
  • All adoptive homes must have a fully fenced yard or a fully enclosed dog run.
  • If at any time in the future this adoption must be terminated, the dog must be returned to C.V.C.S.R. and not disposed of in any other way.
  • A C.V.C.S.R. representative must be allowed occasional visitation rights.
  • If the adopter moves, she/he will notify C.V.C.S.R. of the new address and telephone number within 10 (ten) days.
  • The adopter agrees, within 30 (thirty) days of the adoption, to purchase and keep a collar with a current county or city dog license and ID tag on the dog 24 hours a day. If a dog is seen without its license and ID tag, the dog can be removed from the adoptive home with no refund due and no legal action required.

For more information about our rescue or to adopt a dog, please call us any time, Pacific time, at (360) 477-6670.