Here are the FurKids who are ready to meet their Forever Families. Because we want all of our FurKids to become the best representatives of bichons that they can be, we have high standards for them. Please know that the chemistry with you, other dogs and other breeds is more important than gender! More males are born, therefore, more come into rescue. The biggest challenge we have is that many bichons need another bichon or other dog, as well as human companions, in their forever home. Most of our FurKids cannot be ‘only children’.
All bios are written from the perspective of our pups and what they need. You will want to read the bio all the way through. If it says that a pup needs a home with another active FurKid, that is a “must have”. If the bio says children over 7 or adults only, that is also what we are looking for. Based on the volume of applications we receive, we are not able to respond to adopters who do not meet the dog’s ideal criteria. If you do not hear back from us, it is because you do not meet the criteria.
It is also important for our puppies to emulate and learn from other dogs. As a result, we do not adopt puppies to homes where there is no other dog. We do, however, adopt siblings from a litter together. All puppy adopters are asked to do training and socialization with their FurKids with the goal of helping them to be amazing little canine companions.
Please check back for new bios, photos and furkid information! We update the web site several times each week.
Because we want all of our FurKids to become the best representatives of bichons that they can be, we have high standards for them. That includes working with trainers (while in foster care and after being adopted) and experiencing lots of socialization. Many FurKids go on to become service dogs, both emotional support and therapy dogs.
We appreciate the outpouring of interest in our FurKids within the community!! Thank you.
At this time we have many approved adopters who have been patiently waiting. Currently we have only a few pups available for adoption. We expect that to change — and are definitely looking to assist owners who need to surrender pups to us, as well as shelters that reach out to us.
Please read each bio carefully before submitting your application.
- SnowyHello World! I’m Snowy and you may have already heard about me as I have legions of fans and I’m a survivor. I’m a darling little bichon of about 16 months who weighs 12 pounds. Mom says I’m a happy, loving little cuddlebug who loves life and people – and I’m also a spirited, playful pup with a lot of life ahead of me! When I was born I had this problem called a “liver […]
- PeteyHello Friends! My name is Precious Petey and, as you can probably see, I’m a very handsome boy — but not your ‘average’ bichon. I’m actually a very handsome, mellow and sweet little poodle, 12 pounds of love and affection in a very cute body. I’m about six or seven years old and I’m quite the looker. I have beautiful black hair with white paws and a white tip on my tail. I also have […]
- ArchieHello World! My name is Archie and I’m a sweet, family-loving and good natured little puppy of six months – about 13 pounds of love with a great personality and a happy smile – a darling little guy who gets along with everyone! I have a cream colored coat, apricot colored ears, hair (not fur) and am a mix of cocker spaniel, dachshund and cuteness. I love people of all shapes and sizes, and especially […]
- ViviHello People! My name is Vivi and I’m a sweet and quite sassy little girl of five looking for a forever home. My foster Mom says I’m very loving and affectionate — and as feminine as they come. I’m all of 12 pounds, am housebroken (and use the doggy door) and I love my crate. I even put myself to bed at night if I’m tired (but Mom lets me come into the Big People’s […]
ALL AVAILABLE DOGS
If we have any dogs ready for adoption they will be featured in the galleries below. Once our foster families get to know their personalities and needs, we then write their bios. If you do not see a story about a particular dog, that means he or she has just recently become a FurKid. Please do NOT ask about one that has no bio as we cannot respond! When we know more about the new pups, we will then write their bios. Be aware, also, that our foster moms and dads have the ‘first right of adoption’- and often decide to adopt the FurKid they are fostering.