Adopt A Dog

Adopting a Dog From Hope VMS ELAINE'S Dogs

Thank you for thinking about adopting one of our wonderful dogs. Many people have given loving homes to members of our shelter family. We have adopted out over 200 dogs to Slovenia, Germany, United Kingdom, Austria, Italy, Belgium, Croatia, and, of course, Bosnia.

Have a look at our “Success Stories” page to see and learn about some of the fantastic happy-ever-afters.

Look at our "Adopted Dogs" pages of the many, many dogs we have successfully rehomed over the years.

Adopting from our shelter is probably easier than you think and you’ll find all the information you need here. Before adoption, all dogs are vaccinated, microchipped, treated for worms and fleas, and have their own passports. To help defer those costs, we ask for a donation fee of 450 Euros (approx £410) which includes adoption fee and transportation costs. As the transport costs do vary, we can help with fundraising for these costs if necessary.

There are three easy steps to adopting:

  1. Take a look at the photos of the wonderful dogs below. When you’ve found one you’d like to know more about, fill out the adoption form here. One of our volunteers will be back in touch.
  2. A home visit will then be arranged. You will be contacted to set up a convenient time for a home visit to come around and chat. This is vital in making sure that dog and home are a good match.
  3. Following a successful home visit, we can start to make arrangements for transporting the dog from the shelter.

You will also be asked to sign a “Homing Contract” with us. If you have any questions before, during, or after the process, please get in touch and we will be happy to help.

Alternatively, Fosterers are always wanted. If you feel you could help in the short term to foster one of ours dogs, please complete the foster application form here.

Click on "Refine Results" to filter the selection of dogs.

 

Experienced Owners Only

The reason why we insist that potential adopters for this dog are experienced dog owners is 2-fold :-

1. The dog is timid with some humans because of its past experiences on the streets.

2. There may be a need for extra training once the dog arrives in the UK e.g. extra lead training because of the dog's traumatic experience at the hands of the dog catchers.

We trust that you understand why we insist on this for our dogs.

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Abby

Experienced
Owners
Abra

Reserved
Alf

Experienced
Owners
Alon

Experienced
Owners
Alton

Experienced
Owners
Armi

Astra

Experienced
Owners
Axel

Bat

Bear

Bibi

Bigi

Reserved
Bobica

Experienced
Owners
Bruno

Daisy

Special
Needs
Dingo

Doly

Adopted
Enzo

Garo

Kan

Experienced
Owners
Klea

Lady

Lola

Luca

Experienced
Owners
Lutak

Mazie

Medo

Not Available
For Adoption
Mishka

Mo

R.I.P
Nancy

Nejra

Peki

Pirgo

Rafo

Rex

Riki

Roni

Siljo

Simo

Reserved
Suzi

Tajson

Experienced
Owners
Tasa

Experienced
Owners
Tea

Experienced
Owners
Ten

Experienced
Owners
Tiko

Reserved
Tilly

Timmy

Experienced
Owners
Valentina

Vhucko

Experienced
Owners
Victoria

Viki

Vilma

Experienced
Owners
Zoe

Reserved
Zukko


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