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1 week ago

Pal's Place

All of the dogs in this album are currently available for adoption through Pal's Place Rescue! All of our dogs are in foster homes or boarding facilities and can be seen by appointment once an application has been received and approved. For an application or for more info, please email palsplace1@hotmail.com or palsplacerescue.org All dogs are spayed/neutered, examined by a veterinarian, vaccinated, and microchipped prior to being placed. Adoptions fees start at $375 and up for adults and $425 and up for puppies. Each dog's adoption donation will be indicated in their bio. We rely on adoption donations almost 100% to care for our rescued dogs and to provide them with the medical care needed to prepare them for adoption. ... See MoreSee Less

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Omigosh, Samantha! Those G pups!πŸ₯°

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4 weeks ago

Pal's Place

All of the dogs in this album are currently available for adoption through Pal's Place Rescue! All of our dogs are in foster homes or boarding facilities and can be seen by appointment once an application has been received and approved. For an application or for more info, please email palsplace1@hotmail.com or palsplacerescue.org All dogs are spayed/neutered, examined by a veterinarian, vaccinated, and microchipped prior to being placed. Adoptions fees start at $375 and up for adults and $425 and up for puppies. Each dog's adoption donation will be indicated in their bio. We rely on adoption donations almost 100% to care for our rescued dogs and to provide them with the medical care needed to prepare them for adoption.Wilder is a sensitive, sweet, and soulful pooch who needs a loving forever home. Pal's Place rescued Wilder from an overburdened animal control facility in rural Kentucky. He is estimated to be between 1-2 years of age and is a thin 40 pounds. An ideal weight for this fella is closer to 50-55 pounds. A recent DNA test revealed that he is about 45% German Shepherd, 13% Boxer, 13% Boston Terrier, and 11% Corgi, and smaller traces of DNA come from Siberian Laika and Bracco Italiano. A true super mutt! Wilder has some of the most expressive and intense eyes we have ever seen, and it seems this guy has already seen a lot in his young life. Wilder landed at animal control when he was an older pup (maybe 7-10 months old) and spent a couple of months in the confines of a kennel. Black dogs are often overlooked, and with him being so timid and scared, his chances of being adopted or tagged for rescue dwindled. We here at Pal's Place have a soft spot for underdogs, and as soon as a foster spot opened, we brought him into our program. A few months ago, he came to Pal's Place, a very shut-down, scared dog. After spending much of his formative puppy months in a kennel, he really didn't know how to be a dog. He was extremely timid and nervous around new people, and while also being ok in the presence of other dogs in his foster home, he spent much of his time alone, observing but not interacting much. Fast forward to today, and Wilder has blossomed under the care of a loving, patient, and understanding foster home. He now loves to play with people and other dogs, has discovered the comforts of the couch, loves toys, and is becoming more confident daily. Wilder is still a little cautious and shy when meeting new people, but with a few kind words, a slow approach, and some gentle pets, he offers some tail wags and tons of kisses. Much like his namesake, the actor and comedian Gene Wilder, Wilder has a really goofy and silly side and seems to enjoy making his humans laugh. He's come such a long way, and we are so thrilled to see him so happy and are looking forward to seeing this boy blossom even more in a forever home. While Wilder has made tremendous strides, it seems that he was handled roughly or possibly abused at some point. Quick movements and loud voices still startle him and sometimes cause him to run, hide, and tremble in fear, even from people he's very comfortable with. These episodes are becoming less frequent, and he's recovering much quicker (usually only a minute or two, then he's back to normal). We are hopeful that, in time, his past treatment will no longer haunt him as much, and we hope to find adopters that are understanding, supportive, and patient with him as he continues to work through his past trauma. Wilder is well-behaved in the home and housebroken when kept on a regular schedule. After living in a cage for many months, he understandably does not like to be confined at all so crates are a no-go for him. It's not an issue for him though, as he is trustworthy when alone with free run and has not been destructive. We think Wilder would be best suited to a quiet home with experienced and understanding guardians who can give him all the time and patience he needs to feel comfortable in a new environment. At least one other dog in the home would be fantastic but not absolutely required. If you are interested in meeting our wonderful Wilder, please reach out today! His adoption fee to the rescue is $375. He is currently being fostered in Chicago and can be visited by appointment after an adoption application has been submitted and approved by the rescue. For more information or for an application, please email palsplace1@hotmail.com or visit palsplacerescue.org/adopt/

β€’ Wilder's adoption fee to the rescue is $375. He is neutered, microchipped, and up-to-date with age-appropriate vaccines. Wilder can be visited by appointment once an adoption application is submitted and approved by the rescue. To complete an adoption application online, visit palsplacerescue.org/adopt/ or email Palsplace1@hotmail.com for an application or more information. We cannot place holds on our dogs for any reason. Please do not apply unless you are ready to welcome a new member into the home within three days of applying.

β€’ Pal's Place adoption fees start at $475 for puppies and $375 for dogs aged 12 months or older. This fee helps to cover medical expenses needed to prepare dogs for adoption (vaccines, microchips, spay/neuter surgeries, etc.), feeding, transportation, and general care for the dogs. Pal's Place is 100% reliant on donations to care for our rescued dogs.

β€’ Please email Palsplace1@hotmail.com or visit our website, www.palsplacerescue.org, for an adoption application. Pal's Place is a volunteer-run organization. Please allow up to 48 hours for a response. Please also check your spam/junk folder when awaiting an answer; sometimes, replies and applications end up in there!

β€’ All our dogs are in foster homes and can be seen BY APPOINTMENT ONLY after an approved application is received. For more info, please email palsplace1@hotmail.com. Email is the preferred contact method and is the quickest way to receive a response. We cannot place holds on our dogs. Please do not contact us until you are prepared to adopt.
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All of the dogs in this album are currently available for adoption through Pals Place Rescue! All of our dogs are in foster homes or boarding facilities and can be seen by appointment once an application has been received and approved.  For an application or for more info, please email palsplace1@hotmail.com or palsplacerescue.org  All dogs are spayed/neutered, examined by a veterinarian, vaccinated, and microchipped prior to being placed. Adoptions fees start at $375 and up for adults and $425 and up for puppies. Each dogs adoption donation will be indicated in their bio. We rely on adoption donations almost 100% to care for our rescued dogs and to provide them with the medical care needed to prepare them for adoption.

1 month ago

Pal's Place

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Merry Christmas from the Pals Place pack to you and yours! πŸŽ„β˜ƒοΈ

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Merry Christmas! We are SO thankful for the joy you brought to our family this year — Merry Christmas from Bailey! (fka Peach Tree)

Merry Christmas from Westley (Buck) and his sister, Abby!

Merry Christmas Samantha! πŸŽ„πŸŽβ€οΈ

Merry Christmas from Alumni Trinity (Peanut)!

Merry Christmas from Milton!

Merry Christmas from Porter (Pine)!!!

Merry Christmas from Daisy (Sage)!

Merry Christmas from Derby (Vader)!

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2 months ago

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2 months ago

Pal's Place

Fosters are needed as soon as possible! The animal control facility we rescue our dogs from is overflowing with animals. They have taken in 20-40 animals daily for over a month. They are entirely out of space, with more animals coming in every single day. They need our help urgently. If you have been considering fostering, the time is now!
Fostering for Pal's Place is free. We provide a crate, leash, collar, bowls, food, and other necessary supplies. We also provide all necessary vet care at one of our partner clinics. Foster homes must be in Chicago or a neighboring suburb so vet care can be provided with one of our clinics. We have partner veterinarians in Chicago, Countryside, Aurora, and Homewood. If interested in fostering, please email us at Samantha@palsplacerescue.org or Palsplace1@hotmail.com Pal's Place has no shelter facility and relies entirely on foster homes and paid boarding facilities for our rescued dogs until a forever home is found.Pal's Place has no shelter facility and relies entirely on foster homes and paid boarding facilities for our rescued dogs until a forever home is found. Pal's Place is ALWAYS in need of loving and caring foster families! **Fostering for Pal's Place is free!** Pal's Place will provide any necessary medical care and supplies during the foster period. Fosters provide a loving, safe environment and possibly some very basic training and guidance until forever families are found. If interested in fostering, please email Samantha@palsplacerescue.org, or palsplace1@hotmail.com **Fosters must be in Chicago or a nearby neighboring suburb. Pal's Place provides a crate, leash, collar, food, and any necessary medical care during the foster period with one of our partner vet clinics. We have partner clinics on Chicago's north side, Countryside, IL, Matteson, IL and North Aurora, IL
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We love pals place for bringing our Maya into our lives!

No dog on earth is loved as much as Tucker from Pal’s Place! Wish I could help foster, but we are in the Milwaukee area

Our boy Bear was adopted from Pal's 5 years ago this upcoming weekend! He's the best protector of our 3 human kids and loving life running around in his yard. Thank you, Pal's Place for rescuing him!

This is Dixie. Another Pal’s Place alum and success story!

This sweet boy was helped by palsplace 12 years ago! They help so many dogs!

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2 months ago

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2 months ago

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Copper, a 3-year-old male Hound/Lab mix, needs a foster home! Copper (FKA Karl) was adopted from Pal's Place when he was a young puppy in December 2019. He was adopted into a house with a mother and her 4-year-old child. It was just the three of them for two years, and Copper did great. A year ago, a new baby and a male partner moved into the home, and Copper is still struggling to adjust. Copper was not exposed to many men when he was younger, and he is very timid with them, not aggressive at all, but does all he can to avoid them. He is also nervous around the 1-year-old baby now that they are becoming more mobile. His adopter has decided to return Copper to our care to find a home where he will be less anxious. Copper is housetrained, trustworthy when left uncrated in the home, knows his basic commands, and is generally well-behaved. He loves other dogs and has attended daycare regularly in the past. Copper has always done well with school-aged children and women. Men in the home and men he is introduced to be patient with him and understand his fears. If interested in fostering Copper, please email Samantha@palsplacerescue.org for more information or for a foster application. Fostering for Pal's Place is free! We provide all necessary food, supplies, and medical care (at one of our partner vet clinics in Chicago and neighboring suburbs). Fosters provide a safe and loving environment until a forever family is found! ... See MoreSee Less

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He’s lucky to have Pal's Place , and I wish we could foster. He is adorable and looks like Bailey (formerly Peach Tree) we adopted from you in August. Thank you for all you do πŸ’•

He looks like a great guy. Glad they contacted you. Sadly I can't foster

Sending an email.

Lynda Beguhn Romero, fostering?

Grt rid of the male partner!!!!!

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3 months ago

Pal's Place

Fosters are needed as soon as possible! The animal control facility we rescue our dogs from is overflowing with animals. They have taken in 20-40 animals daily for over a month. They are entirely out of space, with more animals coming in every single day. They need our help urgently. If you have been considering fostering, the time is now!
Fostering for Pal's Place is free. We provide a crate, leash, collar, bowls, food, and other necessary supplies. We also provide all necessary vet care at one of our partner clinics. Foster homes must be in Chicago or a neighboring suburb so vet care can be provided with one of our clinics. We have partner veterinarians in Chicago, Countryside, Aurora, and Homewood. If interested in fostering, please email us at Palsplace1@hotmail.com
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3 months ago

Pal's Place

All of the dogs in this album are currently available for adoption through Pal's Place Rescue! All of our dogs are in foster homes or boarding facilities and can be seen by appointment once an application has been received and approved. For an application or for more info, please email palsplace1@hotmail.com or palsplacerescue.org All dogs are spayed/neutered, examined by a veterinarian, vaccinated, and microchipped prior to being placed. Adoptions fees start at $375 and up for adults and $425 and up for puppies. Each dog's adoption donation will be indicated in their bio. We rely on adoption donations almost 100% to care for our rescued dogs and to provide them with the medical care needed to prepare them for adoption. ... See MoreSee Less

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