We have adoptions Saturday & Sunday at PetSmart at the following times. If you are interested in a specific pet, please fill out an application. Thank you! Saturday (11am - 2pm) @ PetSmart, North Phoenix, 17035 N 7th Ave. in Phoenix. Go to Map Sunday (11am - 2pm) @ PetSmart, Desert Ridge Marketplace, 21001 N. Tatum Blvd in Phoenix. Go to Map
If you are in need of a loving, furry family member, look no further. Help A Dog Smile has several dogs looking to transition from homeless dogs to happy dogs. Meet your match today! More
We are an all-volunteer, 501(c)3 non profit organization. Every dollar you can spare helps save dogs' lives by funding vet care, food, and boarding. The dogs appreciate your support. More
Help A Dog Smile officially incorporated in September 2012. We are a group of dedicated volunteers that have been working together for years to find forever homes for stray dogs. More
Without our veterinary, boarding, and adoption partners, we could not do this life-saving work. Please support their businesses so we can keep rescuing dogs and finding homes. More
Olani is a very sweet 1.5 year old female that appears to be a cattledog with maybe some boxer or catahoula mixed in. She loves loves loves all people and is crate trained and uses a dog door without fail! She loves to go for walks and just trots along nicely. We suspect that she would love an active family that would play with her in the yard and take her for long walks:) She adores children and is very gentle with them. We have yet to see her jump. She would make a great only dog as she is far more interested in people than other dogs:) She loves riding in the car and is the perfect passenger, she just lays down and takes a nap!
The adoption fee of $175 helps with medical expenses incurred by the Rescue.
If you want to meet him, please fill out an online application at helpadogsmile.org and we will contact you so that you can meet this handsome guy.
Education: How hot is too hot to leave your dog in the car?
It’s officially time to leave Fido at home when you’re out running errands. If you see a dog left in a car, call 911 immediately; every minute counts.