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Making A Difference
Whether you are shopping for your own pet, interested in adopting a new dog, or fostering one of ours, you can make a difference!
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View LHAR's Adoptable Dogs

Interested in adopting? Check out Lonely Hearts Animal Rescue.

Below you can view all of our available dogs and puppies. Click on their photo for more information on Petfinder.com’s website. Click on the adoption application button to the right of this page, and be sure to click on the “Submit” button at the end of the application. 

We try to give our dogs the best chance to have a great life and we look for loving adopters for our rescue pups and dogs. **PLEASE NOTE: We require that our puppies go into homes that have an adult at home or working from home for half of the day.

This avoids creating the new pup for 6-10 hours of the day. We require this due to house training, socialization issues, and the general well being of our pups. We also require that all animals in the perspective home be spayed or neutered prior to placing an LHAR dog/pup into that home

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Who We Are?

Wagsmore Adopt and Shop provides for all your pet supply needs. Wagsmore supports Lonely Hearts Animal Rescue, a 501(c)(3) non-profit rescue. Pet owners trust us to look after the needs of their beloved companions. We are specialists committed to delivering the very highest quality pet supplies.

Just a few of Our Product Lines

Here are just a few of the product lines we carry in-store.

Why Adopt and Shop?

We believe that while there will always be a place for humane dog breeding until we can control the pet overpopulation, dogs should be adopted not sold.

At Wagsmore Adopt and Shop and Lonely Hearts Animal Rescue, we believe that as long as there is an overabundance of adoptable dogs that are homeless, all dogs should be adopted, not bought. So it was a no-brainer.  When we decided to open a shop, we knew we would need to use the shop as another outreach program and hope base for our rescue’s operations.