For further questions about Rescue,
please contact IWAMS Rescue Coordinator:
Cell phone: 919-523-2583
or email: email@example.com
Click on the PDF icon above
to print out the
Irish Wolfhound Rescue of the Mid South
Please print it out, fill it in,
and mail it to the address
on the application.
IWAMS actively provides rescue and placement for Irish Wolfhounds in: Virginia, West Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina,
Florida and Georgia
If you would like to adopt an Irish Wolfhound, please contact our
Rescue Coordinator before filling out an application
(.pdf file link at left.) *
Donations to our Rescue Fund are greatly appreciated.
We often take in neglected cases, some of them severe, and are committed to giving each hound the health care they need. The medical expenses are often significant, and we would not be able to provide the level of care we do without our generous donors.
RESCUE FUND DONATATIONS by PAYPAL:
Log in to your PayPal account and
send your donation to: IWRescueoftheMidSouth@gmail.com
Under the "Send Money" option, send as a gift to avoid a fee being
taken out of your donation.
Thank you for your generosity!
DONATE by CHECK:
Please send it to our Treasurer at:
4451 Adams Swamp Road
Suffolk VA 23434
If you are no longer able to care for your Irish Wolfhound,
please contact our Rescue Coordinator (see left) to discuss all
we can do to help you and your hound.
We have excellent pre-approved homes that are Veterinarian and reference checked, premise checked, and often Irish Wolfhound experienced, that are waiting to give your hound a loving, safe, and responsible home.
In addition, the owner of an Irish Wolfhound that comes through IWAMS rescue is eligible for a grant from the Irish Wolfhound Foundation (www.iwfoundation.org/iwfrescue.html) if they experience a
major veterinary expense with your Irish Wolfhound that creates a financial burden.
Our priority and commitment is to the safety, comfort, and well-being of
your beloved hound and we place yours with as much care, love, and
due diligence as our own.
If you want to adopt an Irish Wolfhound:
If you are new to the breed, we recommend: