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Midwest Akita Rescue Society
Dog adoption saves lives. Adopt a dog and you'll have a friend for life! Contact us, or contact another local humane society, animal shelter or SPCA.
Chicago, IL 60631
Pets at Our Rescue Group:
Cities, Towns, and/or Counties We Serve:Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky (north west), Michigan, Minnesota, Ohio, Wisconsin, St. Louis MO
About Our Rescue Group:In 1976, the Akita Rescue Society of America was founded by a small group of concerned Akita owners. In the early years, only a few Akitas required the services provided by ARSA, but as the breed grew in popularity, so has the number of Akitas arriving in rescue kennels and foster homes. Midwest Akita Rescue Society (MARS) is a member of Akita Owners Rescue Foundation, Inc. (AORF) which is a national rescue organization with various Akita Rescue groups across the United States. The purpose of MARS is to rescue, medically treat, rehabilitate and re-home abandoned, relinquished or otherwise homeless Akita dogs.
Come Meet our Pets:Call us for an appointment or directions!
Our Adoption Process:Would you like adopt a dog from MARS? You can call us and talk it over, read our information package, then fill out an adoption application form. Our representatives will check out your references, getting as much information as possible in order to decide if you will provide an environment compatible with any dog we may have waiting for a new home. One or two MARS volunteers will visit you in your home in order to ask specific questions about what you want in a dog and to talk about the dogs we have available. Any potential problems we see at that time will be fully discussed and resolved.
When you have been approved for adoption, you will be introduced to the Akitas. Each will have been spayed or neutered, and will be up-to-date on all vaccinations, heartworm negative, AVID microchipped and receiving monthly preventative medication, and in general good health. The Akita will have been evaluated on its response to male and female adults, children, cats, other Akita, small dogs and various other stimuli. As a result, there is a $300.00 required donation when you adopt.