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“Underhound Railroad was exceptional during our entire rescue adoption process. The foster home was wonderful and we were able to get all our questions answered. They went above and beyond to help is find the right rescue to add to our existing family and our current rescue dog. They made sure our home was safe and secure so that when we decided, we were all sure it was the right choice for us. We rescued our girl in December and couldn’t be happier! Thank you for your help adding an amazing new member to our home!”
– Donna

“Penny (now our “little one”, Piccola) came to us after two weeks with her wonderful foster parents. It was a whirlwind romance–we fell for that adorable little pit face the moment we saw her. We don’t want to think too much about what Piccola went through before Underhound Railroad rescued her, took care of her, and brought her our way, but we plan to do everything to make the rest of her life as wonderful as possible. Thank you for stepping in when Piccola needed it! You’re organization is outstanding to work with and doing something exceptional.”

– Ric

“We adopted our dog four years ago through Underhound Railroad. I was able to learn a lot about her from her foster and we were able to see that this dog would be a good match for us. Underhound volunteers take wonderful care of the dogs and pups they bring up from the south to save them from euthanasia. And that includes providing lots of love and patience as well as physical care. I wouldn’t hesitate to adopt another dog from Underhound Railroad.”

– Maryann

“I’ve adopted two wonderful dogs through this agency. They’ve been two of the best companions that I could ever ask for. The volunteers were always a delight to speak with and always putting the best interest of the dog before anything else.”

– Ryan

“Excellent, caring, ethical and well directed rescue. I have fostered dogs for them, evaluated dogs on their behalf in shelters and assisted with pulling those dogs for the rescue, and even adopted one of the dogs I fostered. Highly recommend.”

– Samantha

“Underhound Railroad helped to bring us a wonderful little pup after my husband and I suddenly and unexpectedly lost one of our precious fur babies. Everyone involved worked to hard and quickly to make sure all of the potential adopters and fosters were matched with the perfect Underhound. Our dog has been such a joy for us and if ever we find ourselves looking for another furbaby… Underhound Railroad is going to be the first place we look!”

– Courtney

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8 hours ago

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Taraji has found her furever home. Her dad fell head over heals as soon as he saw her. Sweet adventures and happy tails! 🏠❤ ... See MoreSee Less

Taraji has found her furever home. Her dad fell head over heals as soon as he saw her. Sweet adventures and happy tails! 🏠❤

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Congrats!

She looks like my rescue Molly I got last fall. I don't know what Molly is.

She is gorgeous. Congratulations!!

19 hours ago

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Steele is a gentle, sweet senior looking for a low-key retirement home. He does not require a crate when left alone, but he doesn't like to be alone for long. He wishes to be with you in whichever room you are in. Steele loves car rides and short walks. He occasionally gets some spring in his step to gallop behind you in the yard. Steele gets along well with all three female dogs in his foster home from 1 year to 13 years old. Steele stays by your side on leash-walks and is what we call a Velcro dog. He simply wants companionship. If he's awake, his tail is probably wagging. Steele does not bark much at all, so would probably be ok in a first floor apartment, condo or townhouse. When he does bark, you'll do a double-take because his bark is very unique! Steele recently had benign tumors removed from both his right rear and right front paw. His front paw had to also have a toe amputated. He's recovering very well from the surgery and the vet techs who change his bandages every day love his sweet personality. Doesn't Steele sound like the perfect gentlemen for you? Send in your adoption application today at www.underhoundrailroad.org

Steele is currently being fostered in North Carolina. If adopted North Steel can transport to his furever home beginning late April.
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Steele is a gentle, sweet senior looking for a low-key retirement home. He does not require a crate when left alone, but he doesnt like to be alone for long. He wishes to be with you in whichever room you are in. Steele loves car rides and short walks. He occasionally gets some spring in his step to gallop behind you in the yard. Steele gets along well with all three female dogs in his foster home from 1 year to 13 years old. Steele stays by your side on leash-walks and is what we call a Velcro dog. He simply wants companionship. If hes awake, his tail is probably wagging. Steele does not bark much at all, so would probably be ok in a first floor apartment, condo or townhouse. When he does bark, youll do a double-take because his bark is very unique! Steele recently had benign tumors removed from both his right rear and right front paw. His front paw had to also have a toe amputated. Hes recovering very well from the surgery and the vet techs who change his bandages every day love his sweet personality. Doesnt Steele sound like the perfect gentlemen for you? Send in your adoption application today at www.underhoundrailroad.org

Steele is currently being fostered in North Carolina. If adopted North Steel can transport to his furever home beginning late April.

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Is he still available. I’m very interested

Is he still available? What is his breed.

Love you buddy, your forever home and family are just around the corner for you.....Enjoy it once you get it Steele...

Good luck sweet boy!

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2 days ago

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Sissy (on the left) is soaking up exercise and the companion of a good friend in her foster home in Maine. Sissy had a few pounds to lose to get her on a healthy track and she is now logging two mile walks with grace!

Way to go, Sissy! Foster families are a gift. ❤️ If you would like to become a foster parent with Underhound Railroad please apply at underhoundrailroad.org/foster-application/
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Sissy (on the left) is soaking up exercise and the companion of a good friend in her foster home in Maine. Sissy had a few pounds to lose to get her on a healthy track and she is now logging two mile walks with grace!

Way to go, Sissy! Foster families are a gift. ❤️ If you would like to become a foster parent with Underhound Railroad please apply at  https://underhoundrailroad.org/foster-application/

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Looks like a perfect match...bookends.

2 days ago

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A very happy tails to Zita! She traveled all the way from South Carolina to Maine and found her furever dad. 😃 ... See MoreSee Less

A very happy tails to Zita! She traveled all the way from South Carolina to Maine and found her furever dad. 😃

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Oh yay congratulations!🎉🎈 ❤️

My fiancé and I have one of her sisters and she’s doing absolutely amazing! I’m so blessed! Best wishes to you guys!

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Beautiful!

Mama Olive and her baby Pickles came to Underhound Railroad last month - the cutest duo with the cutest names! Olive has been the best girl and best mama.

Last week, Olive’s foster noticed she had a hard lump on her face and a vet visit proved Olive has a fast growing mast cell tumor on her cheek.

Olive will be having surgery on Tuesday to remove the lump with wide margins and also be spayed. The cost of her tumor removal and surgery is close to $1400.

Can you help us keep Olive safe, sound and cancer free by donating to her surgery fund? Underhound Railroad is a volunteer run, 501(c)(3) organization. We rely solely on donations to be able to continue rescuing pups in need just like Olive. All donations are gratefully received and tax deductible.

We love Olive, dearly, and are so happy we get to spend this time with her. ❤️ Once recovered, Olive will be looking for her forever home!

You may donate via the link below or through PayPal: or via our website: www.UnderhoundRailroad.org
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My girl with mct has had it for over two years with no growth but I feed her a balanced raw food diet with supps.

Prayers for Olive. It would be amazing if she and her pup were adopted together. 🙏❤️

You have been invited by the legend himself! Foofa invites you to Pints and Puppies Event at Brady's Restaurant. He will have a few of his rescue pals and pups around looking for their furever homes.

Come join us April 17th from 2-5pm for a pawesome good time! Click link below for more details. 🎈
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I would love to adopt one of them please! I filled out an application a couple months ago or so!

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