Most abandoned Shar-Pei became that way through no fault of their own. Some of them were given up by owners who moved, divorced or suffered a family crisis and just couldn't keep them. Many of them are strays from animal shelters - dogs that were allowed to run loose and became lost. Wherever they came from, they are still in need of a loving place they can call home. The great advantage of rescue dogs is that they are often beyond the difficult, hyperactive puppy stage. This saves your carpets, furniture and shoes from being chewed up and permits you to get a full night’s sleep. Often, rescue dogs are already housebroken, some even obedience trained. They come to your home ready to love you and you get the warm feeling of knowing that you have given this homeless Shar-Pei a happy, safe and loving home. We carefully screen all of our dogs for temperament and health.
Our rescue provides necessary medical care and vaccinations before adoption. All the Shar-Pei adopted are spayed or neutered to make them better pets and to keep them from adding to the overpopulation problem. They are also tested for Heartworm, Ehrlichiosis, Lyme and Anaplasmosis and treated if necessary. All of our dogs also undergo a