Adoptable Animals

Throughout the year, Dog Is My CoPilot flies animals to safety from overcrowded shelters to adoption centers in other parts of our country. We work with municipal shelters, most often in the Southwest, to transport animals to non-profit rescue organizations, most often in the Northwest, where these animals have a better chance of finding a forever home. We would like nothing more than for every animal to find a loving home!

If you’re considering adding a new pet to your family, please explore the available animals at our partner organizations. By adopting a pet from one of our partners, you’ll save two lives: the animal you adopt will have a new loving forever home and you’ll create a new space at our partner’s organization for one more animal stuck in an overcrowded shelter.

Featured Adoption Centers

One Tail At A Time

One Tail at a Time

Portland, Oregon

To improve the lives of companion animals by providing humane, individualized care and a chance to know the comforts of a loving home through advocacy, education, and support of those in need.​


Sweet, wiggly, affectionate and playful once she has a minute to warm up, this baby found herself at Clackamas County Dog Services after being brought in as a stray. Melo is a go-slow girl who prefers a mellow home and to be handled or touched on her own terms by those she trusts — treats speed this process right along, as well a secure dog who can show her the way.

Oh. My. Heck aka Heck

This dude loves car rides, walks around the neighborhood and digging himself into cozy little blanket nests. Working on his house training and learning quickly, Mnemonic adjusts quickly and is a happy, sweet boy who just wants to be by your side.
Animal Adoption Center

Animal Adoption Center

Jackson, Wyoming

The Animal Adoption Center is dedicated to saving the lives of homeless animals through rescue, adoption, education and spay/neuter.


Roony 6-8 year old male Black Lab mix Roony was surrendered in Star Valley because his family could no longer care for him. He is a little older and bit grey in the face but he is super friendly, plays well with other dogs, enjoys chasing tennis balls, and loves kids!


Brownie and her siblings were originally from Idaho Falls where they were bred for profit. Their owners had found themselves in some trouble resulting in the mom and the puppies headed to the shelter.
Sunny Sky's Animal Rescue

Sunny Sky’s Animal Rescue

Puyallup, Washington

Sunny Sky’s Animal Rescue & Hospital is a registered 501(c)3 Non-Profit, helping dogs and cats find loving homes. Rescuing those from euthanasia and helping some with severe medical needs, Sunny Sky’s continues saying yes to the dogs and cats who need them most.


There are so many wonderful things to say about our new pup Loo! She is a 1 year old old Brindle Shepherd -Terrier mix. The combination of the best of these breeds is what makes up Loo! She is a beautiful brindle with dark expressive eyes. And oh so smart!


Blake is all terrier and lots of fun! He is just the happiest little pup! Probably because he knows this is his chance at a new forever family! He is ready to give lots of love and lots of laughs to those he loves. Blake is so comical and loves to toss his toys and get you involved.