Auggie Rescues for Adoption

By Tom •  Updated: 04/06/21 •  6 min read
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Auggie is an athletic and lovable dog that many pet lovers cannot ignore. If you are looking to adopt one, we urge you to be fast about it because hundreds of dog lovers are already picking up and signing the adoption forms.

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But, before you rush to pick up an Auggie adoption form, you may want to learn a thing or two about this dog. That way, you will be quite sure that it is the type of dog breed that you want.

Auggie is a crossbreed between a Corgi and an Australian Shepherd.  Aside from sharing the genes of both parents, Auggie also doubles as one of the cutest dog breeds. That is because of the insatiable cuteness of the parents.

Besides, dog lovers always look for Auggie for adoption because the dog has the trio of personality, size and durability that can fit into any home. So, whether you are looking to adopt the dog for your younger children or you have more elders in your home, you can rest assured that Auggie is the right dog for you.

Now, let us look for some of the dog rescue groups and organizations that would be willing to adopt out Auggie to new adopters.

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1.    Scout’s Honor

Scout’s Honor is one of the best dog rescue organizations that care a lot about the wellbeing of dogs. The organization is an all-breed not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization that rescues, rehabilitates and places rescued dogs in permanent homes.

Also, Scout’s Honor has been in the service of looking after dogs since 2006 – and it is not stopping anytime soon.

It will interest you to know that this dog rescue organization has successfully rescued, rehabilitated and placed over 3,000 dogs in loving and permanent homes. The dogs have continued to live in harmony with the new owners.

If you are interested in adopting an Auggie from this organization, you can contact them via:

Email Address: info@scoutshonor.org

Address: 1302 Waugh Drive, Box 245, Houston, Texas 77019

2.    Passion 4 Paws

Passion 4 Paws is more of a dog rescue organization taking up the battle to fight for the voiceless souls – dogs.

The vision for starting the organization started because of the collaboration between the two founders, who are also a couple. Their names are Robin Shover and Tamara Clarke.

Before the organization was founded, Robin had been an advocate for preserving the lives of dogs. He had frequented high kill shelters where thousands of dogs (estimated at 9,500) are killed by day. He later married Tamara because of her love for offering dogs a second chance at life.

Together, they founded Passion 4 Paws, which has steadily grown to become one of the leading dog rescue organizations in Chittenden County and other surrounding areas.

Thanks to the generous donations from dog lovers and concerned individuals, Passion 4 Paws has successfully rescued, rehabilitated and found forever, loving homes for 1,500 dogs.

Aside from rescuing dogs from municipal shelters, the organization also focuses on the constant education of the public on the importance of dog rights, including how to spay, neuter and microchip dogs.

The organization also takes the advocacy for animal right further by participating in community projects and programs to spread the news of dog rights.

You can adopt any of the Auggies in their facility by looking up information about the dog on their website or sending them a mail. The contact details are listed below:

3.    Austin Bulldog Rescue

Austin Bulldog Rescue is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit and breeds specific dog rescue organization that rescues, rehabilitates and finds forever, loving homes for abandoned and hurt dogs.

The organization focuses on bulldogs and sometimes helps in rescuing other dogs, as the need may be.

The organization sources for the rescued dogs via owner surrender when the previous owners can no longer properly care for the dogs, the rescue of dogs from animal shelters and rescuing dogs from other rescue groups that are not fit to take care of the rescued dogs.

Besides those, Austin Bulldog Rescue also educates the public on dog rights and the need for every member of the public (dog lover or not) to help rescue and attend to the needs of abandoned and hurt dogs.

The organization also provides many other solutions for rescued dogs, such as training the dogs with troubled backgrounds, running fundraisers to pay the medical bills of rescued dogs, and transporting the animals through the help of their numerous volunteers.

Do you want to adopt an Auggie from Austin Bulldog Rescue? Here are the contact details so you can reach the organization faster:

Address: 1801 East 51st Street, Suite 365 #328, Austin, Texas 78723

4.    Humane Society of the Desert

Humane Society of the Desert is a dog rescue organization that helps dog lovers and adopters to find the four-legged forever friend that they have been looking for.

One of the unique things about adopting a dog (bet it an Auggie or any other dog from Humane Society of the Desert is that the organization plays a premium on the interest of the dogs. So, before you are allowed to adopt a dog, you will be presented with a series of questions that will help you understand better if you really want to adopt the dog – or you are just fascinated by the thought of it.

If you are interested in adopting a dog, such as an Auggie from Humane Society of the Desert, you can reach out to them via:

Telephone Number: 760-329-0203

Address: 17825 N. Indian Canyon Avenue, North Palm Springs, California 92258

Adopting a dog is a noble cause because you will indirectly encourage dog rescue groups and organizations to keep up the good work of rescuing and giving loving and permanent homes to endangered and abandoned dogs.

You, however, need to be sure that you want to adopt the dog, and not because you are fascinated by the characteristics of the dog or what it can do. That way, you will adopt the Auggie to take care of and not adopt one that will abandon or surrender later.

We wish you the best as you contact any of those Auggie rescue organizations to adopt a new canine friend.

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Tom

Tom has always loved to write since he was little - he wanted to be either a writer or a veterinary doctor, but he ended up being a professional writer while most of his works are based on animals. He was born in San Francisco but later moved to Texas to continue his job as a writer. He graduated from the University of San Francisco where he studied biotechnology. He is happily married and a soon to be father!

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