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Welcome to Dallas Dog's Super Dogs program. Transforming dogs into extraordinary companions! Our long-term canine residents are diligently trained to become Canine Good Citizens, a testament to their exceptional behavior and obedience.

This program wouldn't be possible without the tireless efforts of our Super Humans, a team of dedicated volunteers, compassionate fosters, and remarkably talented trainers. Together, they work tirelessly to nurture these dogs, providing them with the guidance, love, and discipline they need to thrive. 
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MEET OUR SUPER DOGS

Our Super Dogs at Dallas Dog have undergone rigorous training and successfully passed the Canine Good Citizen test and are currently in our care and seeking forever homes. These exceptional dogs have demonstrated their impeccable manners and obedience, showcasing their ability to excel in various situations. They have proven themselves to be well-behaved, socialized, and reliable companions. Now, they eagerly await the opportunity to bring joy, loyalty, and a lifetime of love to their future adoptive families. If you're looking for a remarkable canine companion, look no further than our Super Dogs, ready to embark on new adventures and create lasting memories in their forever homes.

What is a Canine Good Citizen?

Canine Good Citizen is a training program designed to promote responsible dog ownership and good manners in dogs. The training involved in becoming a Canine Good Citizen is rigorous and comprehensive, covering essential skills and behaviors. Dogs are trained to display proper socialization, including interacting politely with other dogs and people. They are taught to walk politely on a leash, sit and stay on command, and come when called. Additionally, they learn to remain calm and composed in various situations, demonstrating good behavior even when faced with distractions. To pass the Canine Good Citizen training test, dogs must meet specific criteria, which includes demonstrating their ability to perform these skills reliably and exhibit good manners and temperament. This certification not only reflects a dog's exemplary training but also serves as a testament to their owner's commitment to responsible pet ownership and their dedication to nurturing a well-behaved and well-rounded companion.

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SUPER HUMANS

MEET OUR TRAINING SQUAD

To have super dogs, you need super humans, and the unwavering commitment of everyone involved makes this program successful.

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SUPER DOGS IN NEED OF SUPER HUMANS

In our boarding facility, a group of extraordinary Super Dogs eagerly awaits their turn to be trained by equally extraordinary Super Humans. These incredible canines are brimming with potential, ready to embark on a transformative journey towards becoming Canine Good Citizens. With their innate intelligence, resilience, and a strong desire to learn, these dogs are like blank canvases, eagerly awaiting the guidance and expertise of our dedicated trainers. The Super Dogs in boarding represent a promise of untapped potential and endless possibilities. Once paired with their Super Humans, they will undergo a comprehensive training program that will nurture their skills, shape their behavior, and ultimately unlock their true potential. Together, these Super Dogs and Super Humans will form an unbreakable bond, creating a future filled with love, companionship, and remarkable achievements.

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WAYS TO HELP

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 Sponsor a Super Dog

You can make a one time donation to help cover the cost of a Canine Good Citizen training session. The session cost $300 dollars, we estimate each dog will need a minimum of 12-15 sessions to receive their certification the estimate cost is about 4,000-5,000 dollars. Your donation will help prepare the most At Risk Dogs for their forever homes.

 

Your donations are tax deductible. We are a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization EIN: 47-4386830. Thank you in advance for your kindness and compassion. We can’t do what we do without your help!

Join Our Training Squad

Would you like to learn more about being a SUPER HUMAN, please complete the form and one of our CANINE SUPER HEROES will reach out to you ASAP!

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Sign up To Be a Foster to One of Our SUPER DOGS.

It is easy all you need to do is complete the foster application. Once completed our foster coordinator will reach our and pair you with a perfect match. Our SUPER DOGS include all the supplies you will need and our training will help guide you the training process.

Donate Supplies or Purchase from Our CGC Wishlist

We work very hard to provide our volunteer with all of the supplies they need since many are already volunteering many hours to help our dogs achieve their goals. When you make a purchase from our CGC Wishlist you will be supporting our pups and volunteers who are supporting our mission.

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Become a Virtual Foster

Just because you are not able to foster at this time or have a dog in your home, doesn’t mean you can not still help. You can become a virtual foster and still be a part of an animals journey. Sign up today and you will be paired us with a Virtual Foster Animal to help network.

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  • How do I adopt a pet?
    First, go to our website at www.dallasdogrrr.org and check out our many adoptable animals. Then, complete and submit your application and our adoption team will contact you within 48 hours.
  • How long does the adoption process take?
    Once your application is submitted, it is assigned to a processor, they are all volunteers so please be patient. You should hear from someone within 24 hours. Please see our website under adoption to see the whole application process. If you do not hear back from someone within 48 hours, please contact adopt@dallasdogrrr.org Once your application is approved, you will proceed to the next step of a meet and greet and that timeline can vary upon availability.
  • What kind of dogs/cats do you have?
    We usually have about 200-250 foster animals in our rescue at a time that include puppies, kittens, teenage animals, as well as adults and seniors. We have all sizes and ages. We have a wide selection of companions for you to choose from! We also specialize in hospice and medicals that under the right conditions, will consider for adoption. If you are looking for a specific type of pet, please email adopt@dallasdogrrr.org for help with matchmaking you with the perfect pet for your family!
  • I'm looking for a purebred dog/cat. Do you have any?
    We receive purebred dogs, cats, puppies and kittens to our rescue. These animals are usually adopted quickly. Maybe try fostering or emailing adopt@dallasdogrrr.org to help you identify what we currently have in our rescue presently.
  • Does the Dallas DogRRR complete medical and behavioral testing on every animal in its care?
    Dallas DogRRR dogs are all placed in foster care. We complete a full medical evaluation and we do gather behavior information on each animal in our care. The organization fully discloses all known medical and/or behavioral conditions, including any incidents of biting or violent behavior towards a human, to all adopters and fosters. Despite the rigorous testing our veterinary and behavioral professionals conduct throughout every animal’s stay in our foster/boarding facility, other new and/or unknown medical and/or behavioral conditions may manifest in any animal at any time. By adopting or fostering an animal from the Dallas DogRRR, adopters and fosters acknowledge at the time of adoption or fostering that they may receive an animal with an undetected medical and/or behavioral condition and/or that a new medical and/or behavioral condition may appear at any time in the future. Any pet adopted from DAllas DogRRR can be returned to us at any time for any reason at no cost.
  • What is included in an adoption fee?
    Adoption Fees: Puppies, Adult Dogs, and Senior Dogs All Puppies and Dogs will receive the following Vaccines (DDHP series, Bordetella and Rabies), Heartworm test, heartworm, flea, and tick medication until adopted, fecal exam, spay or neuter, microchip, and veterinary care. Puppies (12 months and under) adoption fees are $400 plus tax ($433) Adult Dogs (1-7 years of age) are $260 plus tax ($281.45) Senior Dogs (8 and older) are $125 plus tax ($135.31) Flat-nosed Breed Dogs are $550 plus tax ($595.38) Kittens, Adult Cats, and Senior Cats All Kittens and Cats receive six vaccines (FeLV 1&2, FVRCP 1,2,&3, and Rabies); a snap test, fecal exam; spay or neuter, microchip, and veterinary care. Kittens (12 months and under) are $200 plus tax ($216.50) Adult Cats (1-7 years old) are $100 plus tax ($108.25) Senior Cats (8 years old and up) are $ 75 plus tax ($81.18) Spay/Neuter Deposit: There is a refundable $100 deposit on animals that have not been spayed or neutered. You will receive a refund if the animal is spayed or neutered by 6 months of age.
  • Can I have a Cat/Kitten declawed?
    Dallas Dog strictly prohibits having our felines declawed. There is research to support this decision. One of our adoption team members can discuss this further with you.
  • Why wasn’t I selected to adopt?
    This is a very difficult question to answer. There could be many reasons we sometimes can receive 1 application for an animal or 20. It depends on whether we have an extensive process to help us pick the best family to fit that pet. If you have any questions, please email adopt@dallasdogrrr.org to get feedback on your application and what you can do to be considered for the next available animal.
  • Can I decide not to have my animal spayed/neutered?
    No. Any animal that is released from an animal shelter must be spayed or neutered under Texas law. ANY PUPPY THAT IS NOT ALTERED DUE TO AGE AND WEIGHT WILL HAVE A SPAY AND NEUTER CONTRACT - THERE WILL BE A refundable $100 deposit on animals that have not been spayed or neutered. You will receive a refund if the animal is spayed or neutered by 6 months of age.
  • Do we do out of state adoptions?
    Yes, we do. We require all dogs to be altere