Adoptable Dogs

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Dog's Play occasionally has dogs adoptable dogs available for sale. All dogs for sale have been started in heel work fundamentals, rally, and obstacle training.

All sales require completed paperwork, payment of fee(s), a home check either in person or video - and in some cases, a vet check.

All pups from Dog's Play come with a first right of refusal contract, which means that the dog MUST be returned to Dog's Play if there is any reason they cannot keep their home.

Keep scrolling to find out more about our current pups!

Adoptable Dog #1 - Murphy

Murphy is hyper-focused on his handler and has tremendous drive and work ethic.

He will need exercise companionship and a learning partner leader to help him excel.

Murphy has started obedience and agility.

Interested in Murphy?

Adoptable Dog #2 - Ray Ray

Ray Ray, the female Catahoula, is from Humane Society Treasure Coast. She is a high energy playful young lady who is learning obedience and agility. Needs an active home and big yard. Loves boy dogs. Ray Ray would love you to foster her or sponsor her stay and training at Dog's Play!

Adoptable Dog #3 - Ash

Handsome Ash is with Plenty of Pitt Bulls. He is one year old. Handsome and attentive in obedience. Making great progress and ready for adoption. Must be in a home with no small kids. Another adult large breed female would be awesome. Comes with training plan and one month free training at Dog's Play.

Adjustment Periods for Rescue Dogs

Rescue animals need time to adjust.

Follow the “3-3-3 rule” to help them decompress.

3 days: It takes three days to decompress. During this time, animals might feel overwhelmed, uninterested in food or companionship, and more comfortable in their safe space.

3 weeks: After three weeks, your new pet will start to settle in, feel more at ease in his environment and start to get into a routine.

3 months: It takes three months for your pet to get into the routine, feel secure in his new home and start to build a lifetime bond.

Plenty of Pit Bulls

Please take a look at the Plenty of Pit Bulls, a wonderful local rescue that we love!

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