My name is Campbell!

Whippet/Pointer Mix Dog for adoption in Louisville, Kentucky - Campbell
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Derby City Dog Rescue

Facts about Campbell

  • Breed: Whippet/Pointer Mix
  • Color: Unknown
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
  • Sex: Male
  • ID#: D2014114
Meet Campbell! Campbell is a young pup who is a little lovebug.

Campbell, aka Soupy, loves people and is a snuggly little guy. He loves to play with other dogs and is fine with cats as well.

Sadly, he was hit by a car as a young puppy and had to have surgery to repair his leg. Because of the injury and not getting help right away, he has some tightness in his leg and will likely always have a bit of a stiff leg. It doesn't seem to bother him or slow him down.

Campbell is up to date on shots, neutered, and microchipped.

To apply to adopt Cambell, complete our application at

About Derby City Dog Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

Derby City Dog Rescue (DCDR) was founded in early 2011 by a group of friends who bonded over a shared love of dogs and a desire to help shelter animals. Our initial aim was to bridge the gap between local animal shelters in Louisville, Kentucky, and approved rescues outside the state to facilitate placement of local dogs in urgent situations. To ease some of the difficulties that can arise when dealing with a government shelter, we provided quality photos of the animals, quality communication between the rescue and shelter, pulling assistance, and help with getting dogs to transports. Alongside these efforts, DCDR also began serving as a small local rescue--taking a very limited number of dogs from area shelters, placing them into foster homes, and handling their adoptions.

DCDR has since grown into one of the largest dog rescues in the area. At any given time, we have an average of 75-100 dogs in our local adoption program, and we still continue our efforts to get others to safety with our out-of-state partner rescues. To date, DCDR has saved nearly 2000 dogs with this combined approach.

Most DCDR dogs are rescued when they are out of time in the shelter or in need of medical treatment the shelter cannot provide. Our dogs live in volunteer foster homes, learning the basics of house life and receiving any veterinary treatment they may require.

DCDR also assists our local animal shelter by taking better photos of animals in need and marketing them through Facebook for rescue, foster, or adoption. We are a founding member, along with Slugger City Bully Buddies and Tails Pet Photography, of the Rescue Me! Pet Photography project. Rescue Me! connects professional photographers and rescues/shelters to produce professional photographs of their animals for marketing across Facebook, Petfinder, Adoptapet, and in area businesses. In addition, we partner with other rescues, shelters, and animal advocacy groups to participate in events and programs that raise awareness of, and work toward solutions to, the plight of homeless pets in our community.

All of our rescue efforts are accomplished by a small, all-volunteer group of dedicated individuals who work together to achieve the common goal of saving hearts, one paw at a time. These efforts are supported by an equally dedicated (and awesome!) base of foster homes, donors, and volunteers, whose support is instrumental to our success.

Come Meet Our Pets...

We do not have a shelter or facility. All of our dogs are in private foster homes. We hold adoption events often, in various area businesses. Please see "Events" and "News" sections on our website (, or follow us on Facebook, to get info on upcoming adoption events. Private meet-and-greets for applicants may be scheduled, depending on the foster parent's availability.

Our Adoption Process...

Apply online at

One of our volunteers will make contact with the applicant within 48 hours, if at all possible, to confirm receipt and/or discuss any items on the application that need clarification. Four references will be needed: vet and three personal. If we are not able to reach all, we contact the applicant to request alternate references.

If all references are good, we conduct a home visit and meet-and-greet. Local applicants are allowed to opt for a trial or finalize adoption immediately. When the adoption is finalized, an adoption contract is signed, the fee is paid. All medical paperwork, microchip ID, etc., for the adopted dog is transferred to the adopter within a reasonable time of receipt of contract and fee. Fees are $200 per dog.

The process for long-distance adoption is slightly different and may take more time. The feasibility of long-distance adoptions are contingent on the availability of transportation or the adopter's willingness to travel to pick up the pet. In some long-distance cases, there may be transportation costs to be paid by the adopter.