Our Featured Seattle, WA Partner:
Dog adoption and cat adoption saves lives. Adopt a dog or adopt a cat and you'll have a friend for life! Contact us, or contact another local humane society, animal shelter or SPCA.
4706 22nd Ave SW
Seattle, WA 98106
Cities, Towns, and/or Counties We Serve:Pacific Northwest Greater Seattle Area.
About Our Rescue Group:I started 6dogrees in 2008 we are a very small scale rescue. The primary focus was to educate about the importance of spay and neutering pets.I continue to encourage adopting over buying. My main focus is to expose,and help the deathrow dogs in high kill shelters. These animals deserve a second chance at life.My mission is to help save dogs slated for euthanasia due to no fault of their own and re-home them into forever homes.
The euthanasia rate of good dogs is staggering. 4-5 million dogs are euthanized in U.S. shelter systems every year. We all cringe and hurry to turn the channel when the heart wrenching Sara McLachlan commercial comes on tv. Why? No one wants to see sad, suffering, abused animals. The sad reality is there are many and if we all choose to “turn off” the problem then who will be their voice? I choose to be a "voice" to make a difference. I am not Bob Barker or Sara McLachlan by any means,but their messages got through to me. I "choose" to be involved and be the voice for the animals that need us. Help us promote adoptions over buying from back yard breeders, share in conversation with friends and family about shelter and rescue animals needing adoption.Explain the benefits of spay or neuter. Everyone can do something to aid in the issue of the pet over population issue. If we all are pro-active for the animals the need for shelters will diminish.
I network all rescue animals. My main focus is on deathrow dogs. It takes a small army of rescue networking to help get dogs to safety. Encourage adoption over “buying” a dog. My life is blessed with 5 dogs and 2 cats. I have been an animal lover all of my life. I enjoy connecting the right dog with the right person. I aim to be a voice for abused, homeless, and chained, animals in need. Abused and neglected animals do not choose where they live in the world, therefore I do not limit my work for animals to just my state. When it comes to saving lives there are no limitations.
Come Meet our Pets:All of our dogs are in foster care and can be met by appointment by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
6dogrees also attends various Greater Seattle NW adoption events! Please let us know if you have a venue we can attend to help expose our adoptable dogs.
We are always looking for indoor spaces to hold adoption events. Please contact us if you have or know of a space available for adoption events email: email@example.com
Our Adoption Process:6dogrees Rescue is dedicated to finding the best homes for our animals therefore we screen and ask for references.The process requirements for adopting one of our dogs is to email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org for a contract and adoption application.
Fill out the adoption contract and application and return by email to email@example.com for processing.
Adoption fees apply to all of our dogs.
Fees range from 200- 500 or more depending on the dog and the costs to save the dog.The fees we charge are used for our rescued dogs well being.
We make sure each dog that comes into our rescue is current on vaccines and spayed/neutered before the dog is adopted out. All required vaccinations are provided.
They are all DA2PP shots, rabies, bordetella, dewormed, flea treated, microchipped and groomed.
Because we specialize in Death Row Dogs, many of them require special medical attention.
Some dogs require surgeries including expensive orthopedic surgeries, dental work, teeth extractions, cherry eye, heart worm testing, various routine medications like flea treatments and de-worming medicines, specialized medications to get them healthy for adoption like ear,eye, antibiotic,and medications and other veterinary services.
Some of our dogs require emergency care at the 24 hr vet clinics and that is very costly. If we are lucky enough to have no costs we recycle the entire adoption fee back into rescuing another deathrow dog.