Save the Date:

Sochi Dogs and Vlada—Live From New York!
Tune in Thursday December 11 at 9 pm EST 
Hear about the shelter and ask your questions. RSVP here.  

Latest News: 

Molly and Kat

Kat arrived in Scotland! This month we sent our very first dog to Scotland. The UK is one of the hardest countries to brings dogs into but Kat flew in without any problems. "When they opened the carrier she pranced straight out to the front door then turned and came over to say hello me," her new owner tells us, "She is really really sweet!" 

Just a week earlier Kat's sister Sochi arrived in Washington DC. Her new family is impressed with just how smart she is. "She copies our other dogs on what and what not to do. She has not had one accident in the house, is not food aggressive, listens, and even learned to ring the bell when she has to go potty." 

There is one more sister left! Molly is still at the shelter and we are positive she would make an incredible addition to any family! 

We are running a fundraising campaign to help pay for airline tickets for Molly and one more German Shepherd Mix, Nick. Read more about Molly and Nick and pitch in to help get them home here.  

Before and After:

Here are Mary and Tata when we first found them as puppies. 

Mary is now living in Calgary, Alberta with Carla and her brother Max, but Tata is still looking for a home. She is a happy Hound who loves to be around people. Looking to adopt? She is a true optimist!

SochiDogs is the first ever volunteer run animal shelter in the Sochi region.

We believe every dog deserves a home, and no animal should be left to suffer.

We are working to reduce the stray population by finding homes for stray dogs, educating individuals about responsible care and turning adoption into a lasting trend. Read more...

A note from Nick:

My name is Nick. I was rescued right before the Olympics, so, I guess, you can call me a true survivor. Some of you have worked very hard to donate to my fund raising campaign. I want to thank you so much. 
The second step to get me into a warm house is to adopt me. Do you want a wonderful German Shepherd mix, who is about 2 years old, or if you know of anyone who would want me, please contact Sochi Dogs. 
I know you cant resist a good deal for a handsome gent like me! Email I am just so grateful to you!

Remember Lola? 

She wandered into the shelter and took up residence all by herself. The Goodno family saw her picture all the way in Washington state and asked if she might like to join their family. Lola is loving her new life in Washington. Check out what she has been up to on Instagram:

Check out Petco's blog:

An Update on the Sochi Dogs: Things You Want to Know.

by Samantha Johnson on ‎11-13-2014 01:46 PM