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My name is Zuma!
I'm being cared for by
The Haus of Dogs
Adoption process
1.

Submit Application

2.

Approve Application

3.

Meet the Pet

Facts about me

Breed
Black Mouth Cur/Greyhound
Color
Tan/Yellow/Fawn - with White
Age
Adult
Size
(When grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Weight
(Current) 66 lbs
Sex
Male
Pet ID

My info

Small blue checkmark Shots current
Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered
Small blue checkmark Housetrained

My story

Zuma had to be surrendered to a shelter as his former parent became very ill and was not expected to recover. It was a heartbreaking decision that had to be made, especially since the odds of him making it out of the shelter alive, was very unlikely. Sure enough, we heard about his plight just hours before he was scheduled for euthanasia due to overcrowding at the facility. We knew we had to step in and bring him to WA for a chance at a great life. Wells is sweet, great with children and other dogs, and wants all the love you can give him. He's now in WA and ready to find his furever home where he'll be safe and loved! To meet him please submit an application at www.thehausofdogs.com/adopt .

*We never guarantee a dog is housetrained even if they are, as they need time to learn their new home, their adopter's schedule and their new potty/walk schedule.
Zuma had to be surrendered to a shelter as his former parent became very ill and was not expected to recover. It was a heartbreaking decision that had to be made, especially since the odds of him making it out of the shelter alive, was very unlikely. Sure enough, we heard about his plight just hours before he was scheduled for euthanasia due to overcrowding at the facility. We knew we had to step in and bring him to WA for a chance at a great life. Wells is sweet, great with children and other dogs, and wants all the love you can give him. He's now in WA and ready to find his furever home where he'll be safe and loved! To meet him please submit an application at www.thehausofdogs.com/adopt .

*We never guarantee a dog is housetrained even if they are, as they need time to learn their new home, their adopter's schedule and their new potty/walk schedule.
Shelter

The Haus of Dogs

Contact info
Pet ID
Contact
Address
Edmonds, WA 98020

Their adoption process

1.

Submit Application

Our dogs are posted on social media. If anyone is interested in them and would like to set up a meet and greet, an application is submitted.

2.

Approve Application

Application is reviewed to confirm that both human and canine are a good match for each other.

3.

Meet the Pet

If all goes well during the meet between the dog and all members of the household including pets, payment is made and the contract is signed

Additional adoption info

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Go meet their pets

By appointment only at a mutually agreed upon location, with pre-approved applicants.
By appointment only at a mutually agreed upon location, with pre-approved applicants.

More about this shelter

We opened in December 2019 as a dog cafe. 3 months later we had to shut down due to Covid. We resumed operations in December 2020 but are solely doing adoptions. We hope to reopen the cafe sometime in the future. Our CEO has 3 dogs that she adopted from a shelter. Her experience at a high-kill shelter inspired her to start a halfway home for dogs while searching for their forever home. Our dogs spend a considerable amount of time playing with one another, thanks to proper introduction and close supervision during playtime. We only take in a small number of dogs to ensure each one gets plenty of one-on-one time with us. This also allows us to work with more fearful/shy/reactive dogs and adopt them out once they’re ready.
We opened in December 2019 as a dog cafe. 3 months later we had to shut down due to Covid. We resumed operations in December 2020 but are solely doing adoptions. We hope to reopen the cafe sometime in the future. Our CEO has 3 dogs that she adopted from a shelter. Her experience at a high-kill shelter inspired her to start a halfway home for dogs while searching for their forever home. Our dogs spend a considerable amount of time playing with one another, thanks to proper introduction and close supervision during playtime. We only take in a small number of dogs to ensure each one gets plenty of one-on-one time with us. This also allows us to work with more fearful/shy/reactive dogs and adopt them out once they’re ready.