We have plenty of hounds looking for their happy homes. Please feel free to check them out! At this moment, we can ONLY accept applications from Connecticut and Rhode Island residents. We will provide an update when this changes.
3 year old red female. She previously injured a ligament in her right hind leg and as a result she walks a bit funny. However, her leg doesn’t bother her and she gets around just fine. She will be evaluated by our vets when she arrives in Connecticut but otherwise she is available for immediate adoption! Most likely cat/small dog safe – we will confirm this.
4 year old dark brindle female. She had a fractured leg which was surgically repaired two weeks ago. Her stitches come out on Sunday and she is healing well! She has not been cat or small dog tested yet. She should be available for adoption very soon – we will just have our veterinarian re-check her leg when she arrives to our group.
We have plenty of opportunities coming up for you to meet our adoptable dogs! Come out and say hello! We’d love to help answer any questions you may have and spread the word about what makes these dogs so greyt! Feel free to check out our Events calendar as well!
January Meet and Greet!
Sunday Jan 19, 11am-1pm
Tractor Supply Co., 361 Scott Swamp Rd, Farmington, CT 06032, USA
Join us for our first event of 2020! Bring your hounds to visit, and meet the WAG hounds looking for their forever homes!View the Flyer
November Hound Walk
Sunday Nov 24, 12 Noon
Farmington Canal Heritage Trail 67 Mill St. Southington, CT 06489
The Farmington Canal Heritage Trail is an excellent, paved trail. We will be meeting in the parking lot for the Southington Dog Park. Warm clothing encouraged, and don’t forget to bring their basket muzzle if you plan on using the dog park!
WAG is always welcoming more helping hands! Whether it be donating food for the pups, helping new pups transition to home life in their foster homes, or parading dogs around at adoption events, every effort is much appreciated! Find out more about how you can get involved below!
Our adoptable dogs are placed in foster homes to help them become adjusted to life off the track. If you’d like to learn more about how to become a potential foster home and what that entails, click below.
We are always in need of a variety of items to help care for our foster dogs! Whether it be physical items such as toys, leashes, collars, food, or monetary donations, every item goes to helping these dogs to have the most comfortable transition as possible. To read about all the different ways you could help, please visit our How to Donate page.
The AmazonSmile Foundation will donate 0.5% of the purchase price of eligible products to the charitable organization of your choice. Every item available for purchase on www.amazon.com is also available on AmazonSmile at the same price. It’s super easy to set up! For more information on how to have it donate it WAG, please visit our How to Donate page.
We are always in need of dog beds for our foster dogs. If you would like to donate a dog bed, please check out Kuranda’s Dog Beds!