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Adoptable Havanese
Adoptable Havanese
The dogs listed in this section are available for adoption. If you’re interested in adopting, you must complete an adoption application before you can be considered as a possible candidate.
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Foster Care Area
Foster Care Area
The dogs listed in this section are in, or waiting for, foster care and are not yet available. If you're willing to wait, or to foster, you may still complete an adoption application to be considered as a candidate.
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Surrender or Request Help for a Havanese in Need
Surrender or Request Help for a Havanese in Need
If you need to surrender a Havanese to rescue, or you know of a Havanese that needs rescue assistance, please complete this form. Submissions are monitored seven days a week.
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Applications - Adoption & Volunteer
Applications - Adoption & Volunteer
Becoming a volunteer foster home can increase your chances of adopting, and HRI always needs volunteers to help with other efforts.
Volunteer Registration
Adoption Application
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Donations
Donations
HRI is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit entirely supported by your donations. Please consider helping. Every little bit adds up!
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HavToHavIt General Store
HavToHavIt General Store
Another way to support HRI is to enjoy some shopping at our very own store. All profits support our rescue dogs because the store is entirely staffed by our wonderful volunteers.
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Senior Advantage

"Blessed is the person who has earned the love of an old dog."

Sidney Jeanne Seward

Remember! Small dogs have a longer life-expectancy than large dogs and often live 14-17 years.

A senior dog will enjoy his daily walk, but nap time and cuddles are the highlight of their day and they love to share that with you.
You get a friend for life when you adopt a senior. Nothing matches their love and gratitude.
You won't find a more devoted companion than a senior dog. They seem to know they've been given a second chance.
Senior dogs already know that boots are made for walking and bones are for chewing.
You won't have to replace your carpets. Seniors have mastered the concepts of inside and outside and what's appropriate for each area.
You can teach senior dogs new tricks. They're eager to please and happy to learn. They often make excellent therapy dogs.
Senior dogs have learned how to fit in. They'll find a soft warm spot in the house as a favorite place, but are happy to share it with you.
Senior dogs are great companions for senior people, and everyone else.
Many people pass over senior dogs because they're dazzled by puppies, which reduces the seniors chance of finding a home. Don't forget...puppies soon become adults.
Adopt a senior and save a life!

 

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Playful Journey - ADOPTED

Playful Journey

journey_2008.jpg Journey, at little more than a year old, loves to play! As much as he loves running and wrestling with his foster siblings though, this guy loves to sit on your lap as long as you remember your "job" is to pet him and tell him what a great dog he is. Journey is curious about the world and is happy to keep himself busy exploring. He is very well behaved. Journey walks well on a leash. He is basically housetrained though he will need consistency when he makes his transition to his forever home. That home must have another dog for him to play with unless he's adopted with Cody, the dog with whom he came to HRI. He and Cody are bonded so it is preferable that the boys go home together.

Journey is currently fostered in Indiana.
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