Adoption process

We endeavour to individually match each person or family with the perfect dog or puppy to ensure it is the final and permanent home for the dog, and everyone is happy.

To adopt a dog from us, please email h2hdogs@gmail.com with the following information and any further questions you may have.

Once this is received, a herd2homes representative will contact you to have a further chat. Before dogs are placed in their forever homes, we either request some photos of your yard/shelter/where the dogs will sleep etc, or for a nearby volunteer to come around and perform a quick home check. This again, is to ensure the safety and happy forever lives of our dogs being adopted out.

We can transport dogs to most places in Australia, via commercial road or air transport, please don’t let the location of a dog that has stolen your heart, deter you. We aim to make everything work!

-Full Name:
-Address:
-Email:
-Contact Number:
-Specific Dog, or type of dog, you’re interested in:
-People living where the dog will be (Number of people, any kids? Ages? etc):
-Brief description of the home/yard area (fencing type, shelter, any hazards e.g. pools, etc) and where the dog will live and sleep:
-Brief description of any experience with/understanding of working breed dogs, and why you want to adopt one?:
-Other animals? Ages? Desexed? Up to date on vaccinations?:
– Brief description of the day to day life the new dog would have with you (including time alone on an average day, exercise and mental stimulation etc.):
-Any other information you feel may be relevant and helpful to add for the application process?:
*** If you are applying to adopt a puppy/young dog and do not have any other dogs of your own for company; due to the needs of working breed puppies, please describe for us your proposed plans to ensure the puppy/young dog remains well socialised, is not lonely or bored and potentially developing bad behaviours while at home alone:

Swift was rescued after being dumped in a rural pound at 16 weeks old. He now lives his life with his adoptive family and fur brother on acerage in Victoria.

Swift was rescued after being dumped in a rural pound at 16 weeks old. He now lives his active life with his adoptive family and fur brother on acerage in Victoria.