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Dogs Currently Available for Adoption

 

Our adoptable dogs are spayed or neutered, up-to-date on appropriate vaccines, have had a current health check, are microchipped, and have been through 8 weeks minimum training through the Powder Pals Program.  Adoptions include a bag of food, treats, training manual and training session with a volunteer to set you and your new family member up for success.

ADOPTION FEE: $250.00

FILL OUT AN APPLICATION HERE!





DELILA

Female 

Australian kelpie

1 year old





Delila is a young, affectionate and smart girl!  She loves to play fetch, learn a new trick and snuggle up for a nap all in one afternoon.  Delila does well with other dogs, and basically everyone she meets!  She is ready to graduate the Powder Pals Program and find her forever home!!



  




KEEBLER

Male 

Black mouth cur mix

1 1/2 years old

 

 


Keebler is a young man with an old soul!  He is quite mellow around the house, and prefers affection to almost any other reward.  He has been socialized with children of varying ages, and does very well with other dogs.  He is not trustworthy with cats. He can be shy and cautious with new people, but once he warms up he is a big cuddler!








SOPHIE

Female 

Shepherd mix

11 months old

 

 

 


Sophie is a sweet, smart and loyal girl!  She loves learning new things and passes her obedience tests with flying colors!  She is young and energetic and will need to go to a home that can provide her a lot of exercise!  




WHAT IS THE POWDER PALS PROGRAM??
Powder Pals is a cooperative program between New Hope and the Oregon Department of Corrections Powder River Correctional Facility in Baker City, OR in which inmates train dogs to correct behavioral deficiencies, including dogs that have been neglected and abused.  This gives an otherwise difficult-to-place dog, often facing euthanasia, a chance for a future and placement into a loving home.  
Program costs include acquisition of infrastructure to house and handle dogs, medical and temperament testing, training materials, and daily operating expenses.  The program is operated by volunteers, including experienced dog trainers who volunteer to teach inmates dog training skills.