Akita puppies for adoption in Colorado

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April 24, 2014 – 08:04 am

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Canine Candor, Inc. is based out of Greeley, Colorado and rescues dogs from Colorado. We adopt dogs mainly to Colorado residents but are not state specific if transportation is provided by the adopter.

About Our Rescue Group:

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Canine Candor is an organization designed to provide rescue, fostering, placement and networking to all dogs in need! We are a 501(c)3, nonprofit, state license, no kill organization.

A top priority right now for Canine Candor is to grow it's number of foster homes and focus on getting dogs out of emergency situations and into loving homes. Some dogs may be up for euthanasia at overcrowded shelters, others simply abandoned by their owners, or maybe the victims of a tough economy where owners must downsize and can't afford their pets any longer. These dogs all deserve a fair chance to get out of these situations and find their way into a new and promising future.

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Come Meet our Pets:

Canine Candor is a foster based rescue, meaning there is not a public facility with regular hours of operation.
Please contact us to meet any of our dogs! We do ask that you fill out an application prior to setting up a visit. Feel free to email us ahead of time if you have questions about this process.
We will post any upcoming adoption events as we schedule them!

Our Adoption Process:

Adoption applications and acceptance are required to adopt from Canine Candor as well as a home visit. (The home visit is a time for us and you to make sure this is a good fit before completing the adoption.)

You can find our adoption application on our website at

Canine Candor does not adopt out to anyone with a history of animal abuse or neglect.

Adoption fees apply. They vary from dog to dog based on age, breed, special needs, and length of time in rescue.
An adoption fee helps cover expenses of spaying/neutering, microchipping, other veterinary and training expenses for the rescue dogs.

Source: www.adoptapet.com


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  • Avatar kkid32 Where can i find Either Shiba Inu or Japanese Akita puppies for sale in the Bay Area?
    Nov 14, 2008 by kkid32 | Posted in Dogs

    Where can i find Either Shiba Inu or Japanese Akita puppies for sale in the Bay Area? Any dog breeders for those Breeds of dogs in the Bay Area? Prefferably in San Francisco. or any pet STORES that sell dogs in SF BAY AREA?
    uh just to let you know, i have a dog already and im looking for a new one, Shiba Inus and Japanese Akitas are the type i want because they are the way they are.

    • Here are some useful links to the national breed clubs for these breeds as well as some local rescue groups in your area.

      NOT BUY FROM A PET STORE!!

  • Avatar Tristan W What would you say is the average price of an Akita Inu?
    Sep 29, 2012 by Tristan W | Posted in Dogs

    I was thinking about buying one I was just wondering what their rarity is and the average cost.

    • Visit and look up the breed in your area and on the left side you can choose an age if you want. It will cost a donation of around $200 to the shelter and potientally save a dog's life. :)