One of the easiest ways to find Samoyeds available for adoption is to search for listings on adoption websites, such as Petfinder.com, or to find a breed rescue organization. Alert the local shelter that you are looking for a Samoyed.
Petfinder.com allows users to filter searches by location, breed and other factors to help them narrow the search listings. It features adoptable dogs from a variety of rescue organizations. However, because the shelters have to place the listings themselves, they may not be totally up to date. It can be a good idea to visit the local shelter in person to see if it has any Samoyeds available. Do this periodically during the search, because purebred dogs may be adopted quickly. The shelter may be willing to call if a Samoyed comes in.
To find a good breed rescue in your area, try getting in touch with the closest Samoyed breed club. The American Kennel Club also runs the AKC Rescue Network, which provides a list of rescue contacts. Consider adopting a dog from outside your geographical area, because Samoyeds may not be popular everywhere. Try talking with local Samoyed breeders as well as professionals such as veterinarians, groomers and trainers to see if they know of any Samoyeds in need of a home.