Yes! We have adopted to several states around the country. However, we don't put our animals on transport so, if approved, arrangements must be made to pick up your new pet in the northern Kentucky area.
can you tell me more about the adoptable pet?
We provide all the information we know about the pet in their biography/listing. More often than not, the history of an animal that comes into our rescue is unknown. Spending time with the foster allows us to learn more about each rescued animal.
can i meet the dog first?
Unlike most shelters, we do not have a facility to visit in order to meet the animal first. Once we approve an application, we strongly encourage a meet and greet before finalizing an adoption.
does the dog shed?
Yes. All dogs shed although some may be more than others.
is the animal still available?
We work hard to ensure the status of our animals is up to date across all our social media sites. If the pet in question is still viewable on Adopt-a-Pet and Petfinder, they are typically still available. You can also check our Adoptables page and our Facebook page for status updates.
do i need a fenced in yard?
No. Although, yes, we would certainly prefer it, we realize that not everyone has one. Our decisions will be based on the animal, the location of the property, and the applicant.
is the dog house trained?
Typically, our answer is no. Most of our dogs are in a transitional period and with that comes accidents. However, we try to post this information in their bio. As for puppies, prepare to potty train!
do you adopt dog siblings together?
No, we do not. There are many reasons why adopting littermates is not a good idea. We encourage you to read about it and understand our policy.
do you adopt cat siblings together?
Unlike dogs, cats do much better when adopted in pairs so, yes, go ahead and apply for both! They'll entertain each other and keep each other out of mischief (maybe) ;)
where are you located?
Lucky Tales Rescue primarily serves the greater Cincinnati area including northern Kentucky, southern Ohio, and parts of Indiana.