These dogs are in foster care but NOT yet ready for adoption.  They may be too young, need time to gain weight, recover from illness or trauma, or need sterilization.  We do not adopt animals that are ill or unsterilized.  Watch the progress of these animals with updates here and on Facebook.  They will soon be ready to move into your home and heart!

Canela

Canela

Canela is a young dog, 2-3 years old, who is spayed and vaccinated.  She has suffered trauma due to abandonment, and needs a loving home in which she can feel safe and secure.  Canela is good with other dogs and people, not sure about cats.

Algarrobos Puppies

Algarrobos Puppies

This litter of six puppies will be available for adoption after they are weaned and sterilized.  Some of the pups will have longer fur.  They are growing well, and we’ll provide updates soon.

Mocho

Mocho

Mocho is a young male, about 7 months old. He was abandoned and is now being rehabilitated in his foster home. He will be ready to adopt sometime in May.

Paco

Paco

Paco is a 3-month old pup who was found tied to a short chain.  He is in foster care until he is sterilized and deemed healthy.

Chester

Chester

Our “Little Man” is elderly, blind, and has a chronic heart condition.  However, he’s loving, smart, loves being around people, and is very easy to care for.  He is not ready to adopt yet because he is still too thin and has a cough that is being managed by a vet.  When he gains weight and resolves his cough, he will be ready to adopt as a Special Needs dog that will fill your heart with love.

Millie

Millie was rescued in downtown Boquete.  She was severely malnourished and dehydrated when she was rescued.  She received immediate veterinary care for her malnutrition, and is recovering well with specialized dog food, Iron, B-12, and antibiotics.  She is still extremely thin, but her energy levels have increased dramatically.  It turns out that Millie is playful, silly, and very bouncy!   We need to work with her for a while so she can learn how to live in a home setting.  She will need to be vaccinated and sterilized after she recovers her health.  Follow this page for updates on Millie’s progress.