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Home-to-Home Adoptions

Home-to-Home Adoptions

Here you will find dogs & cats that are up for adoption through private households. Please note, we are not responsible for these pets, and we are not making any assertions about them. We have not met the animals in person, and it is the responsibility of the potential adopter and current owner to discuss the adoption. Here are a few tips for potential adopters considering Home-to-Home pets:

  • Check out the pet’s behavioral and medical history to determine whether or not the pet is a good fit for you and your family.
  • When meeting the pet and their current owner, please do so in a public location or setting for your safety, the safety of the owner, and the safety of the animal.

Post Your Pet

Do you have an dog or cat that you are thinking about surrendering? It is best to do everything possible to keep your pet out of a shelter. This will give shelters more room to save the lives of animals that are not in homes.  To post an pet on our page please email info@savedme.org with the following information:

  1. A picture or picture(s) of the pet you are putting up for adoption
  2. The name of the pet
  3. A short description of the pet’s personality
  4. Your name and contact information

We will be happy to post the photo and description of your pet on this section of our website as a courtesy. Please remember that it is the responsibility of the owner to conduct the adoption process. To help you out, here are some tips:

  • Have proof of the dog or cat’s medical history and behavioral history available for potential adopters
  • Ask for references from potential adopters. If they can give you a veterinary reference, great! If not, ask for three personal references (not including family members or roommates).
  • If potential adopters have other pets, call their vet and make sure they are up to date on their vaccines including Bordetella and Rabies (contact your vet for specific recommendations).
  • Always meet potential adopters in a public location for your safety, the potential adopters safety, as well as the safety of the pet.

Adoptable Pets


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Hello! I’m a lovable 3 year old American Bulldog named Bohdi (rhymes with Brody). My owner passed away in October, and now I’m looking for a new family to call my own.

I’m a big guy at about 85 lbs, but I think I’m a small dog at heart and just want to snuggle with you on the couch. I am house trained, but could still use some training when it comes to jumping – I’m just so happy to see people! I sometimes get so excited when I first see you that I nip playfully, so I might not be a good fit with small children. (Although I currently live with a 5 year old boy, my people just separate me during my “excited” moments.) I also have lived with a small older dog and a cat, but have had trouble adjusting to other big dogs. My best fit is probably being the only pet in the house – I’m all the lover you need!

I am very good on a leash and don’t use my weight to pull. I’d be great for anyone who wants to walk or even run daily. I love playing fetch, or basically anything where you’re giving me attention and I can get some energy out. (My people always joke that if you throw me a stick, sometimes I bring back a small tree!)

I’m fixed and up to date with my shots – my people can give you vet references.

Please consider becoming my forever family this holiday season! Please contact Bea Cappella at beacappella@gmail.com for inquiries.



Bane is a 2 1/2 year old pittbull  that we have to give up because we are relocating and not allowed to bring him.  We have had him since he was 4 months old. He is a very lovable lap dog who will kiss you and lay with you as much as you will let him. It  sincerely breaks my heart to give him up, but I’ve no choice. He does well with other dogs, though there are certain ones he doesn’t like. He is very high energy, but if you need to go out, he also loves his crate . He is house broken and will let you know when someone is at the door. Bane would probably do better in a home without kids as he is a jumper! Bane is not fixed. When he was 10 months old he broke his left rear leg but it has since healed. If you have any questions please feel free to email me or call me at sacco1967@yahoo.com or call at267-401-7671.

Texas and Velvet

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If you have any questions regarding the Home-to-Home adoption process, please contact Saved Me, Inc. at 215-240-1240 or at info@savedme.org . 

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