Muscat Dog Adoption is a small dog rescue organisation, established in 2012, run by a group of dog-loving volunteers in Muscat, Oman. Our aim is to rescue injured and abandoned Wadi dogs and then re-home them in Muscat or overseas.
When first rescued, the dogs are vaccinated, neutered, de-wormed, de-flead and treated for any injuries they may have. We keep some of the dogs safe in a small makeshift pound, where a kennel hand cleans, feeds and exercises them on a twice daily basis. We also have a small group of dedicated volunteers who socialise and exercise the dogs. We try to find foster homes for the dogs so they can experience life in a domestic setting before getting adopted.
We rely entirely on fundraising and donations to enable us to continue our rescue efforts. We have monthly running costs of the pound, as well as continuous vets bills, and we also contribute towards any dogs' travel costs who we send abroad. Our team of dedicated volunteers organise regular fundraising events such as; bingo/ quiz nights, car boot sales and online auctions to fund the above costs.
As local adoption rates are low, we look for help to rehome our dogs from adoption groups overseas - where the dogs are usually rehomed quickly. We are always therefore looking for "flight buddies" to fly our dogs abroad. This means, if you already have plans to fly, you would add a dog or two onto your ticket as additional baggage. It won't cost you a thing, we organize everything and imagine the feeling knowing that you have helped one of the dogs get "home". Take a look at the "success stories" section to see some of those dogs!
We are always looking for people flying to the following destinations;
- New York/ Boston
-Vancouver (or anywhere in Canada)
Please get in touch if you can help fly a dog home!
If you are interested in adopting or fostering a dog, please complete an adoption/ foster form below:
Adoption Form: https://forms.gle/A5YMY5tFoxU9hsNS6
Foster Form: https://forms.gle/UwADkcfm9xJZdUfa8
For information on what to do if you rescue a dog, please see our advice page.