The selection varies every cycle. New Leash dogs are all shelter dogs, and many need the polishing that training provides to make them more appealing to adopters. Our trainers change as individual inmates finish out their terms, so we try to match the dogs with the skill levels of our guys.
How do I adopt a New Leash Dog? The first step is to fill out an application.
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Once your app has been processed, we will arrange a meeting for you with the dog. If everything works out, you will be able to pick up your dog on or after the graduation day. Can I put my dog through the program? This is probably the number one request!
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Unfortunately, the answer is no. The New Leash on Life program is restricted to shelter and rescue dogs who are not owned by individuals. Contact us to be a guest, or send in your questions for us to answer on the show.
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To access the rear entrance, turn right onto W 74th street the left into the first driveway. To access the front entrance, turn right into the first driveway after W 74th st. We are right next to Stinson roofing.
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We drive our own vehicles to shelters and return with as many dogs as we can to start them on their road to freedom. Many times, you can look into their eyes and see that they know things are going to get better for them.
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Each dog is individually assessed and cared for by our experienced team. Any foster parent will tell you how wonderful it is to find the right home for the dog they've been caring for.
They will also tell you it's tough to let them go! That's simply because our hearts are in the right place.
We are active in the communities we serve and participate in programs to help educate the public about dogs, rescue, and responsibilities. If you are looking for someone to participate in an educational event, please contact us. Cute baby Rizzo is now Esther and went from being left alone at an impound to a brand-new loving family to call her own fur-ever!