“A righteous man cares for the needs of his animals"


At Proverbs 12:10 Animal Rescue

we work hard to make sure our dogs are never in need of rescue again.

The key to our success is the process we use for matching dogs to people and people to dogs. If you and your family are looking to bring a rescued dog into your home, we can help make that process a fun and life changing experience, for both humans and dogs alike.

Rescue Dogs come from a variety of places - from shelters, owner surrenders due to the economy and loss of jobs, owner health issues or even owner death, legal seizures, or commercial breeders. It's really not important where they come from or why, it matters that they have a second chance at love and a furever family. If you are interested in adopting one (or more) of our dogs, please submit the ADOPTION APPLICATION below. We will contact you when a dog comes available matching your family needs. Our first priority is placing the right dog in the right home. We cannot take phone calls regarding available dogs.

Good things are worth waiting for. Thank you for your interest in helping one of our sweet rescue dogs.


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We appreciate you wanting to bring a dog into your home. In order for us to find the right dog for you, we need you to submit an adoption application. Please note: Adopters must be 24 years or older to adopt from Proverbs 12:10 Animal Rescue.

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We will review your application upon receipt. If we have any questions or concerns, we will contact you for clarity.

Finding Your Dog →


Once approved to adopt, the search for your dog begins. Volunteers will begin to evaluate dogs currently in our foster care program who may be a good fit for you and your family. We would also be open to discussing dogs in our care that you are specifically interested in.

NOTE: Adoptions are only done at Petco on Saturday.   Due to Covid and work schedules we are unable to arrange mid-week adoptions.
By submitting an application, you are acknowledging that our team will conduct a review of public records.
Please ensure your veterinary clinic has authorization from you to release medical information to us.
Most vets need a phone call from you first.

Dog Adoption Application