Chicagoland Dog Rescue Featured Dogs

Any Breed. Any Size. Any Age. Any Reason.

Duncan-adoption pending

BREED:  Great Pyrenees Mix
AGE:  9 months
SEX:  Male
BIO: Hi, my name is Duncan!  I am an absolutely GORGEOUS big boy who is hoping to find his furever home…I was adopted in March but life circumstances changed for my Mom and she got a new job that keeps her away from home a lot!!!  She knows that a young guy like me needs plenty of love and exercise and she is not able to give that to me now, so CDR is working to find me just the right place to call my own!  What do I need in a new home?  I am still a puppy but my bigger size might make people forget that and I will need to keep working on my manners but I am VERY smart, so with continued training, I will be AWESOME!  (No small children for me.  I can be jumpy and could accidentally knock them down!) And while I love other dogs, I can be a rough player so a canine pal that plays rough like me would be best!  What do I bring to a new home? I am completely potty trained and know how to let you know when I gotta go!  I just so happen to be an excellent snuggler and a great walker on my leash!  And when it is time for bed, I sleep on my doggie bed  throughout the night. I do love to play so a nice yard with a fence would be ideal for me! If you would be interested in meeting me, adopting me or even fostering me-please send an email or fill out a pre adoption application and a CDR volunteer will get back to you just as soon as they can!
Tail wags and puppy kisses-Duncan

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Begin by filling out an adoption application and we start pairing you with your perfect pooch!


Chicagoland Dog Rescue Dogs

Our trained volunteers will determine which home among all applicants is the best fit for the dog, and the dog will be brought back to complete the adoption paperwork.  Our adoption fee is $300 for adult dogs aged 7 months and up and $375 for puppies.  The fee covers the cost of all medical care including all legally required inoculations, a fecal test and deworming (if required), spaying or neutering, and a microchip. Lifetime training is also included.



All our dogs have all legally required preventative inoculations, are microchipped and are spayed or neutered to control the repetitive birth cycle that produces more unwanted dogs. Most have been rescued from kill shelters in the Midwest, so their exact breed and age is often unknown. All dogs have been medically or emotionally rehabilitated as needed and are temperament tested to assess their fit with other dogs, cats and children.

Chicagoland Dog Rescue reserves the right to restrict adoption of a dog to potential adopters who live within a fifty (50) mile radius of Schaumburg, IL

Weekly socialization and basic obedience training is offered to all adopters FREE OF CHARGE for the lifetime of the dog, something no other group offers!  Training is crucial for happy dogs and ensures that our adopted dogs remain in their happy households forever.  A minimum of 4 training sessions is required for all adopted dogs.

Details on our training program can be found here.

We Have More Dogs In Need

Your ideal canine companion might not look exactly the way you thought they should.  Browse and read about our other dogs and find the right dog for you.

Meet Britton

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Meet Greta

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Meet Bucky

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