People seeking to rescue and adopt Morkie dogs have two options: check the local animal shelters or search through websites, such as Petfinder and Petango.
It is not uncommon for adorable Morkie puppies to turn up at an animal shelter. Shelters are the best place to look as many Morkies have been rescued by them. Morkies that end up in shelters may have health problems and look less attractive, due to not being properly taken care of by previous owners. If there are no Morkies at a local shelter, search for this breed via pet-finding websites. These sites typically attract individuals and shelters seeking to find good, safe homes for homeless Morkies. Searching for a match requires entering details, such as the prospective owner's city/zip code and animal preferences, including dog breed, age, size and color, among other desired characteristics. If any Morkies are available in the vicinity, the dog's information turns up in the search results. Prospective owners can then contact the listing individual or agency and make arrangements to see the dog.
Morkies are less numerous than other dog breeds; therefore, constantly being on the lookout for Morkies is the best way to find one and give them a lifelong home.