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About Us

Mary's Dogs Rescue & Adoption

Mary’s Dogs rescues and re-homes dogs and puppies from shelters in North Carolina and South Carolina, USA. We partner with Humane Society of Marlboro County, S.C. and Forgotten Tails Animal Rescue in Manning, S.C..

We also serve as a resource to communities in Southern New Hampshire and pet owners nationwide by providing education and information on responsible pet ownership, including the importance of spay/neuter, positive behavior training, and good nutrition.

We’re eager to get these pups into their forever homes and just as determined to help you in your search for a dog. You can bet you won’t have to wait around for me to respond to an email or phone call. One of our team members will be in touch with you almost immediately. If you submit an application and we don’t respond, please follow up with an email or phone call, as occasionally something goes wrong with an online application submission.

If you have questions about a particular dog or puppy or simply want to inquire about his or her availability, call us at 603.370.7750 or send an email.

Potential adopters should fill out our adoption questionnaire link found right here on the website. You can submit the application right online. No need to print it and send by snail mail.  As mentioned previously, if you don’t receive word back, it means that the questionnaire wasn’t received. Please email us immediately!

Once your questionnaire is complete a team member will call you for a phone interview. We check all references and may also require a home visit. The adopter will complete an adoption contract once the adoption has been approved.

The total adoption fee is $595 (for all dogs under 1 year) and $545 (for dogs over 1 year), and includes professional transportation from our southern rescue facility, DA2PP, or similar distemper/parvo vaccination, rabies vaccine, bordatella vaccine (kennel cough), interstate health certificate/pre-transport vet visit, spay/neuter, negative fecal, worming, flea/tick preventative and microchipping. A New Hampshire health certificate is issued by our in-house veterinarian, Dr. Victoria Jardon when final examination is completed.