Adoptable Dogs

Meet the Dogs of Our "Kennel to Couch" Program!


All dogs in our Kennel to Couch program are adoptable! We help area shelters by placing senior and disabled dogs in a comfortable home-like environment while they wait to be adopted. While fostering, we provide meticulous healthcare, high quality food and lots of love and attention! 100% of all adoption fees go back to the shelter we fostered for. If you see a dog you are interested in please fill out an application to set up a meeting.

Our Application Process

Adopting a dog is a life-changing experience, especially a Bob’s House dog, because they are often senior or special needs dogs. Please take time to research what that means before making this decision.

  • Research the Senior Dog Advantage
  • Check out our FAQ section
  • Talk to your family and make sure everyone is on board.
  • Fill out our adoption application and wait for approval.
  • Schedule a meet and great with us.

Fill Out an Application


Why Should I Adopt a Senior Dog?

The Senior Dog

Many people automatically think of a puppy when they think of adding a dog to their family. Sure, puppies are cute and cuddly and everyone want to snuggle them, but lets face it, puppies are a lot of work! At Bob’s House, we love a puppy as much as the next person, but we’ve found that our seniors not only have the same cuddles and kisses that puppies have, but they are quieter, more content, and are happy just being near you.

Reasons to Love a Senior Dog:

  • They love naps and snuggles
  • They know and are grateful that you rescued them
  • They are trained on many basic commands
  • They make excellent therapy dogs
  • You are saving a life!

Equals 100% Love

We can't do this without your help.

Please consider making a donation to Bob's House for Dogs.

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Scroll over an image below to read some of our success stories!

Bella's Story

Bella's new mom, Katie, had never had a dog before. But after meeting Bella she fell totally in love. Now Bella is living the good life. She's spoiled by her mom and her family with treats, outfits, collars, and leashes. She loves to snuggle and get belly rubs, and they are never in short supply! Katie says, ``Many times, I have proudly spoke of our connection to Bob's House and hope that others can find the love and happiness we have found together.``

Tigger, Tiger & Honey's Story

Both Tiger and Honey came from an abusive home, but luckily found their way to Bob's House. After being adopted along with Tigger (from an area shelter), they found a wonderful family that gave them a home full of the love and care they deserve. The three amigos get to live out their days with their new furever family, and their new mom and dad say they would adopt from Bob's House again, and still like to visit!

Smokey's Story

This loving boy came to Bob's House back in 2014 after being picked up as a stray and living at Dodge County Humane Society for three months. After only a few days at Bob's House his furever family found him. Fast forward through obedience classes, therapy dog certification and achieving his Canine Good Citizen and Therapy Dog titles to a dog that is working in elementary schools helping with their reading skills. He is loved and happy every day!