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ONE-ON-ONE REHABILITATIONS

ONE-ON-ONE REHABILITATIONS Unlike traditional shelters, Must Love Dogs NW specializes in individual hands-on rehabilitation and rehoming.
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MUST LOVE DOGS PRESENTS

MUST LOVE DOGS PRESENTS… An Emerald Affair Dinner & Auction- Online auction begins Tuesday, August 4 at noon!
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MUST LOVE DOGS NW IS DEDICATED TO PREVENTING ANIMAL HOMELESSNESS

Since 2008, Must Love Dogs NW has been deeply committed to ending pet homelessness in our community. We strive to educate the public on responsible dog ownership, behavior modification, and training assistance. We work to rehome dogs that are abused, neglected, homeless or about to be homeless and those in shelter settings. We provide spay/neuter and microchip assistance to animals in need. Through our volunteer foster network we are able to provide a loving home environment where we can get to know our dogs well and fully assess their needs. Must Love Dogs NW is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit corporation that relies 100% on the generosity of the community. Help us make a difference today.

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4 weeks ago

Must Love Dogs NW

From coming to Must Love Dogs NW as a bottle fed baby, to being an actual cat! Leon, now known as Lazlo, has been adopted!! 🎊🎉❤️ ...

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Oh my heart ! ❤

Adorable!!!

Yay!!

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2 months ago

Must Love Dogs NW

We have been patiently (but impatiently waiting) for this day to come!!! Lark officially adopted. 🎊☺️

Now known as popcorn! 🍿
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We have been patiently (but impatiently waiting) for this day to come!!! Lark officially adopted. 🎊☺️

Now known as popcorn! 🍿

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He will be spoiled rotten <3

Awe....I love this happy ending ❤️Congrats! Reminds me of my Daisy Mae...tuxedo kitty....best wishes to you ❤️😁

Enjoy him! And... You're welcome! 😉

And this how he passed out

All tired and sleepy

After long 6 hours popcorn started eating playing and went to the bathroom , here is us watching the news

Hooray for Popcorn!

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2 months ago

Must Love Dogs NW

Mr. Lark, pushing to be about 16 weeks of age! Lark has really started coming out of his shell with his two siblings being adopted out already. He is starting to demand attention, engaging with a cat savvy dog & another cat! He is really making a turn for the better & still available for adoption! Adoption fee is $150, this includes his neuter & a microchip too! Apply for lark today at mustlovedogsnw.org ...

Mr. Lark, pushing to be about 16 weeks of age! Lark has really started coming out of his shell with his two siblings being adopted out already. He is starting to demand attention, engaging with a cat savvy dog & another cat! He is really making a turn for the better & still available for adoption! Adoption fee is $150, this includes his neuter & a microchip too! Apply for lark today at mustlovedogsnw.orgImage attachmentImage attachment

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Is he still available , i can't find the link to adopt him

He looks like my Daisy Mae...found her in bushes crying...needless to say,took her to yo vet and kept her ❤️...she lived for 14 years as indoor cat😁

My kids have renamed him Mr. Toe-beans Purrito. 😂

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3 months ago

Must Love Dogs NW

Meet Finn! Roughly 12 week old kitten rescued by some nice Fire Fighters during the fires in Mollala. Finn is a little shy at first but is very brave, curious and always wants to be the center of attention! Finn would do best in a home with older cat to show him the ropes and be a companion. A dog is a maybe, but the dog must be a very cat savvy and gentle. Finn had some medical issues when he first arrived but we have since taken care of everything and he is ready to find his furever home! Finn has also had two de-womers, two kitten vaccines. The adoption fee is $150 covers his neuter and microchip. ...

Meet Finn! Roughly 12 week old kitten rescued by some nice Fire Fighters during the fires in Mollala. Finn is a little shy at first but is very brave, curious and always wants to be the center of attention! Finn would do best in a home with older cat to show him the ropes and be a companion. A dog is a maybe, but the dog must be a very cat savvy and gentle. Finn had some medical issues when he first arrived but we have since taken care of everything and he is ready to find his furever home! Finn has also had two de-womers, two kitten vaccines. The adoption fee is $150 covers his neuter and microchip.

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Heidi Fawn Morkert

Really cute

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