Adopting a Puppy
Who doesn’t love a puppy? The big liquid eyes, wiggly butts and rubbable tummies get us every time! In addition to all the standard commitments and sacrifices needed when adopting a dog, puppies come with some additions!
- To be potty trained.
This means they’ll need to go outside every two hours, day and night. Plus, there will likely be messes in your home that will need to be cleaned up.
- To be crate trained.
Crate training takes advantage of your dog’s natural instincts to seek out a comfortable, quiet and safe place when the environment around them becomes too loud or overwhelming. It’s an important tool in preventing dogs from chewing on items in the home or during housetraining. Crates are also a safe way to transport your dog in the car.
- Consistent routines and schedules.
- Outlets for all their energy – especially in their chewing stage (between 3 and 6 months).
- To be taught and trained.
- A home that is “puppy-proof”.
- Regular walks and exercise.
Meet Our Dogs!
These are some of our dogs currently available at Saving Grace in Wake Forest, NC. They are just waiting for you to give them the wonderful home they deserve. Click on their picture to learn more about each one.
Don’t see exactly what your looking for? New dogs are arriving at the farm everyday. It can take several days for their profiles to be completed and added to our site.