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In addition to dogs being fostered by NCBCRA, we also feature dogs being re-homed directly by their owners and available for adoption from shelters & other rescues. Please visit our Dogs Available From Owners and Dogs Available from Regional Shelters and Rescue web pages.


Due to limited resources, we are unable to accept owner surrender dogs into rescue at this time. We encourage anyone looking to re-home their dog to review the detailed information on re-homing at badrap.org


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MILTON is a beautiful tri-color senior boy, about 9-10 years young. MILTON is currently interviewing for his Forever Home. He wins all prizes for being a champion tail-wagger with a loving disposition. His vision is diminished from cataracts, but he sees shadows and forms, which makes him cautious, but calm and determined in his movements. In short order he learned where the doggie door was at his Foster Home. He loves to go for walks, feeling secure with his person on a leash. His Foster Mom is quickly falling for his handsome features and self confidence to trust in his abilities. Click/tap to see and read more about MILTON.

Meet CRAIG, a 1-year old 60-pound ‘puppy’ who loves to play with just about everyone. CRAIG has a medium coat, stunning markings, and piercing blue eyes. He loves to be right in the action, socializing and playing games, and will easily roll over for a good belly rub and affection from his human. Like any young dog, CRAIG is learning his manners in his foster home, such as no jumping, walking on a leash and recall, and will benefit from a basic obedience class with his new family. CRAIG is housetrained and sleeps in his crate at night, loves to chew on his antler or any other toy, and has a happy personality. Click/tap to see and read more about Craig.

Hi, my name is NEWTON. My foster family says I am a senior, but I'm not even the oldest dog in the house, so I don't really know what that means. My foster dad says I'm distinguished, but my foster mom says I am homely, goofy and she doesn't know what heck kind of dog I am.  I don't know what that means either. I just want to play ball. Click/tap here to see and read more about NEWT.

Introducing Milton!

Hiya Craig!!

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Craig

Hello Newt!!

ADOPTED!!