Hank is sort of your typical teenage boy. Always walking around the house saying “I’m bored”, drives his car too fast, and needs to be reminded not to play ball in the house. Remember when you’d fill your parent’s vodka bottle with water and think they wouldn’t notice? Yeah, Hank does too!
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Little Libby Lu is the most popular girl on the playground. She doesn’t even need a filter for her Instagram photos, her looks are all natural! Her favorite spot for a photoshoot is out on a long walk with her friends.
Can Hedwig use his ears to fly? The answer is of course… not! He is currently working on his studies in the art of “sit”, “down”, and “stay”. In his free time, he enjoys ruff-housing with friends, and cuddling up on the couch to watch a good movie. Harry Potter is his favorite.
Animal Farm Foundation Adoption Process
We are located Dutchess County, NY. The dogs in our care come from shelters and rescues across the country.
The dogs are spayed/neutered, microchipped, and vaccinated. While we don’t charge adoption fees, we welcome donations to further help us achieve our goal of bringing dogs and people together to end discrimination.
We view all of our dogs and potential adopters as individuals. We make our matches on an adopter’s lifestyle and a dog’s needs and preferences.
We spend quality time with the dogs every day and put them in unique situations so that we can learn as much as possible about them. They get regular exercise, basic obedience training, and daily interactions with people and other animals. They enjoy outings where they experience real-life situations in public and sleepovers with AFF guests.
Most of our available dogs have been through basic manners training at our PAWS of Purpose program on Rikers Island and completed some additional training through our service dog program.
Our Dogs Are Individuals
The majority of shelter dogs in the United States are mixed breed dogs of unknown parentage. Shelters typically use visual breed identification (based only on physical appearances) to assign a breed to the dogs in their care. Visual breed identification has been proven inaccurate and unreliable by science. Unless a dog comes with pedigree papers or is the known offspring of two registered purebred dogs, we don’t make guesses about what breed they are.
What a dog looks like tells us nothing about his behavior or personality, so it is much more appropriate to see each dog as an individual.
Help Us Keep Dogs and People Together to End Discrimination
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Animal Farm Foundation is a 501c3 organization. Your donation is tax-deductible.
The Latest From Our Team
An interview with Animal Farm Foundation's Director of Behavior and Training
Our hearing alert dogs alert people to sounds to assist with their daily life and keep them safe in emergencies.
P.O. Box 624
Bangall, NY 12506